Review: ‘Who Are You in Gettysburg’ Speaks to Real Problems in our Community
Dec27

Review: ‘Who Are You in Gettysburg’ Speaks to Real Problems in our Community

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer Gettysburg College is a community made up of people who are unafraid to share their opinions and life stories whenever the opportunity may arise. “Who Are You in Gettysburg” was an excellent opportunity for the voices of minority students at Gettysburg to be heard loud and clear, and boy were their stories ones that needed to be told. The show took place on Nov. 15 at 6:30 pm and was directed by Britney...

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“Unsilent Night” Connects Students through Collaborative Sound Experience
Dec21

“Unsilent Night” Connects Students through Collaborative Sound Experience

By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor Following an open rehearsal of the Sunderman Conservatory of Music’s Symphony Orchestra, students brought out glow sticks, warm winter garments, and portable speakers to walk across campus the night of Dec. 5 and create a cacophony of sound with Phil Kline’s Unsilent Night mobile application. The trek began at Schmucker Hall, where Music Professor César Leal and student coordinators Hera...

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Getting to Know Disney Plus
Dec09

Getting to Know Disney Plus

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, Disney officially launched its new streaming service, Disney Plus. Disney is hoping that the service will be able to compete with Netflix and eventually become the predominant streaming service. The kickoff includes several original television shows such as The Mandalorian, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and The World According to Jeff Goldblum. Disney Plus...

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From XIX to ’19 Symposium Celebrates Women’s Rights through Performances and Lectures
Nov24

From XIX to ’19 Symposium Celebrates Women’s Rights through Performances and Lectures

This slideshow requires JavaScript. By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor The year 2020 marks the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote in the United States. Students and faculty worked together in the Sunderman Conservatory of Music on Sunday, Nov. 17 for the From XIX to ‘19 Symposium to commemorate the 100-year mark of the amendment being passed and ratified in a series of lectures, performances, and...

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Student Spotlight: Benjamin Fruchtl
Nov20

Student Spotlight: Benjamin Fruchtl

By Ben Simon, Contributing Writer Benjamin Fruchtl ‘20 is a music education major that is already looking past his impending graduation. Between College Choir, Wind Symphony, and Marching Band, among others, Fruchtl is deeply immersed within the musical culture of Gettysburg College, which has helped him develop and further his dream of becoming a music teacher. Fruchtl came to Gettysburg College upon learning of the Sunderman...

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Student Spotlight: Aubryanna Tayman
Nov18

Student Spotlight: Aubryanna Tayman

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer Aubryanna Tayman is a voice performance major whose musical experience began with the theater world. Her experience with musical theater led her to pursue voice lessons during her junior year of high school. She saw her first opera at eighteen, inciting a passion that would follow her through college. Her four years at Gettysburg led her on a journey toward a deeper passion for opera. Her experience at...

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