“I Beseech You” at Schmucker Art Gallery: The Feminist Movement, 100 Years Later
Dec13

“I Beseech You” at Schmucker Art Gallery: The Feminist Movement, 100 Years Later

By Jackie McMahon, Staff Writer This August marked the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment, which granted women the right to vote in the United States. This milestone anniversary was celebrated by women across the country, but it also provides an opportunity for somber reflection on how far the women’s rights movement has come, and how much farther it has to go. The Schmucker Art Gallery’s exhibition “I Beseech You: Women,...

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Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7
Nov12

Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer The Trail of the Chicago 7 tells the story of a group of seven people who are arrested after a protest at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago. The movie mainly follows these seven men as they go through their trial and await sentencing. However, the film also shows everything that happened leading up to the protest and the actual march in downtown Chicago. Aaron Sorkin, the director of the movie,...

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Theatre Department Presents Virtual Production of ‘She Kills Monsters’
Oct28

Theatre Department Presents Virtual Production of ‘She Kills Monsters’

By Lily Zhou, A&E Editor The theatre department has been hard at work on their upcoming virtual production of She Kills Monsters, Virtual Realms, which is set to premiere Friday, October 30 at 8 p.m. on YouTube.  She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms is a play by Qui Nguyen that tells the story of Agnes Evans as she copes with the death of her teenage sister, Tilly. When Agnes finds Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, she...

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Faculty Spotlight: Elly Toyoda Joins Sunderman Faculty as Visiting Assistant Professor of Violin
Oct27

Faculty Spotlight: Elly Toyoda Joins Sunderman Faculty as Visiting Assistant Professor of Violin

By Lily Zhou, A&E Editor Dr. Elly Toyoda was hired as a visiting assistant professor of violin for the Sunderman Conservatory of Music this semester. Even before she came to Gettysburg to teach, she had previously visited campus in February as a guest performer with the music ensemble Eighth Blackbird. “I remember thinking, ‘Wow, I wish I could have studied here as a student!’ It was immediately apparent to me that the school is...

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Teaching in a Pandemic: Alumni Face Challenges and Nurture Passions as First-Time Music Educators
Oct11

Teaching in a Pandemic: Alumni Face Challenges and Nurture Passions as First-Time Music Educators

By Julia Dortch, Contributing Writer, and Lily Zhou, A&E Editor Teaching and learning in a pandemic have presented many challenges for both educators and students around the world. After graduating virtually back in May, Ben Fruchtl ‘20 and Brooke Maskin ‘20 have already been able to experience both sides of the coin — they are currently navigating their first few months as music teachers in a virtual setting.  Fruchtl is...

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Review: Schitt’s Creek
Oct10

Review: Schitt’s Creek

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer Schitt’s Creek tells the story of a rich family that has all of their assets taken away from them, except for a small town in the middle of nowhere called Schitt’s Creek. As a result of losing their home and all of their money, the family is forced to move into a motel located in the town. Throughout the show, the family must figure out a way to get back on their feet while also coming to appreciate...

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