Sunderman Conservatory Professor Yeon-Su Kim Peacefully Passes Away
Nov06

Sunderman Conservatory Professor Yeon-Su Kim Peacefully Passes Away

By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor Sunderman Conservatory of Music Professor Yeon-Su Kim passed away this weekend surrounded by her family in her home of Seoul, South Korea after an extended illness, according to an email sent late Tuesday night by Provost Chris Zappe. An accomplished violinist, recitalist, chamber musician and esteemed teacher, Dr. Kim was the first violinist of the Cosmos Quartet and performed internationally while...

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Torrential Rains Cause Flash Flooding on Campus Roads and Inside Buildings
Nov01

Torrential Rains Cause Flash Flooding on Campus Roads and Inside Buildings

This slideshow requires JavaScript. By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor Heavy rains and high winds in Gettysburg starting between 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday caused flooding on North Washington Street and Carlisle Street and inside several buildings on campus. Students were alerted of the flooding via the campus alert system and an email from Director of Public Safety Bill Lafferty. Some residence halls experienced leakage through the windows;...

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42nd Annual Croll Lecture: Scrutiny in the Eighteenth Century by Tita Chico
Nov01

42nd Annual Croll Lecture: Scrutiny in the Eighteenth Century by Tita Chico

By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor University of Maryland Professor of English Tita Chico spoke at the 42nd Annual Croll Lecture, co-sponsored by the Department of English, Women & Gender Studies, and the Events Planning and Coordinating Committee (EPACC), on Thursday, Oct. 24 in Joseph Theatre. Chico presented on “Microscopes and Couplets: Scrutiny in the Long Eighteenth Century” as part of the 50th annual meeting of the East-Central...

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British Vocal Ensemble VOCES8 Performs for Gettysburg
Oct31

British Vocal Ensemble VOCES8 Performs for Gettysburg

By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor On Friday, October 25, the premier British vocal octet VOCES8 performed for the Gettysburg College community in the Christ Chapel on campus. The group includes eight singers, two from each voice part of soprano, alto, tenor, and bass, including Artistic Director Barnaby Smith. They are widely known for their extensive repertoire and distinguishable vocal expression through a cappella performances and in...

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Weekly Event Roundup: October 21 – 26, 2019
Oct21

Weekly Event Roundup: October 21 – 26, 2019

By Maura Breth, Staff Writer Monday, Oct. 21: Responsible Business: Capitalism in the 21st Century  Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in Mara Auditorium, Masters Hall Join Dr. R. Edward Freeman, Elis and Signe Olsson Professor at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business This lecture will focus on principles that undergird the new story of business that is emerging, which include the importance of purpose and stakeholders a more robust...

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