Live on Air: Annual Family Pops Concert
Feb22

Live on Air: Annual Family Pops Concert

By David Poulos, Staff Writer The Sunderman Conservatory of Music presented their Wind Symphony Annual Family Pops Concert on Feb. 18 in the Majestic Theater. The concert was in collaboration with Gettysburg College’s non-commercial, student-run radio station “WZBT 91.1 FM.” The concert was named “Live on Air,” and students recorded radio segments to mimic real radio stations. These segments were played between the different...

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The Joshua Redman Group Visits Gettysburg College
Feb19

The Joshua Redman Group Visits Gettysburg College

By Ainsley Green, Staff Writer On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Sunderman Chamber Music Foundation Concert Series featured a performance from the Joshua Redman Group in Paul Recital Hall at 8 p.m. The jazz group featured vocalist Gabrielle Cavassa and was just one stop in their “where are we” tour, promoting and sharing the music of their record under the Blue Note Records label released on Sep. 15, 2023. The instrumentalists included group...

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New Art Exhibit “Ansel Adams: Manzanar” on Display at Schmucker Art Gallery
Feb17

New Art Exhibit “Ansel Adams: Manzanar” on Display at Schmucker Art Gallery

By Leah Nath, Staff Writer A staple feature of Gettysburg College’s campus, the Schmucker Art Gallery, has opened its first exhibition of 2024—Ansel Adams: Manzanar. Each year the gallery displays eight to ten different exhibitions, highlighting the college’s visual arts program with the intention of deepening the community’s exposure to diverse perspectives and art. The current Schmucker Art Gallery Director Sarah Kate Gillespie is...

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Senior Spotlight: Charlie Wingert, Theatre Arts
Feb07

Senior Spotlight: Charlie Wingert, Theatre Arts

By David Poulos, Contributing Writer Theatre Arts and Cinema & Media Studies double major Charlie Wingert ’24 delivered his senior capstone staged reading on Feb. 4 in Brua Hall. Wingert wrote the story, arranged the music and directed the staged reading, titled “This Love: The Musical.” Wingert narrated the story, and the songs were performed by Evan Hilborn ’25, Katie Poliero ’25, Elana Mandelberg ’27, Devyn Wesolwski ’25 and...

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Waldo’s & Company Opens an Intermediate Printmaking Exhibition with Student Artwork
Feb04

Waldo’s & Company Opens an Intermediate Printmaking Exhibition with Student Artwork

By Cassidy Haines, Social Media Manager On Friday, local non-profit art organization and coffee shop Waldo’s & Company, often known as Waldo’s, held a reception celebrating the opening of their art exhibition. This exhibition displays work from the Gettysburg College printmaking program. The reception went from 6 to 8 p.m., and the Intermediate Printmaking Exhibition will be on display for a month. Waldo’s houses studios and...

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“From Mountains to Cities: East Asian Landscapes” Exhibit Opens
Dec15

“From Mountains to Cities: East Asian Landscapes” Exhibit Opens

By Sarah Daniels, Staff Writer On Wednesday, Dec. 6, art history professor Yan Sun and the 10 students from her Art History Methods class opened their curated exhibit titled “From Mountains to Cities.” The students included Catherine Haley ’24, Conrad Martens ’25, Cyndy Basil ’25, Emma Wylam ’24, Isobel Debenham ’25, Katherine Tyson ’26, Lenna Kouzoujian ’25, Miriam Glatfelter ’24, Molly Griffith ’23 and Noelle Muni ’24.  The exhibit...

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