Dr. Brent Talbot Departs Gettysburg
Mar19

Dr. Brent Talbot Departs Gettysburg

By Victoria Staub, A&E Editor Dr. Brent Talbot, an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Music Education in our Sunderman Conservatory of Music, will be leaving at the end of this academic year. Talbot is taking a position as the Head and a Professor of the Department of Music at the School of Theatre and Music within the University of Illinois Chicago’s College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts.  Dr. Talbot has been a member...

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Listeners and Performers Brings New Music Performances to Gettysburg
Mar06

Listeners and Performers Brings New Music Performances to Gettysburg

By Ava Burchell, Staff Writer Pop-up musical social events will soon begin to appear on campus due to a new club called Listeners and Performers. The purpose of Listeners and Performers is to diversify Gettysburg College’s social scene and music. During a midnight walk to 7/11, Ratul Pradhan ’25 and Jack Joiner ’25 realized that the College is missing a place to listen and perform live music outside of the Sunderman Conservatory....

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Review: Netflix’s Murder-Mystery Comedy Murderville
Mar02

Review: Netflix’s Murder-Mystery Comedy Murderville

By Laken Franchetti, Assistant News Editor “Murderville” is a new six-episode Netflix series that follows celebrity guests as they attempt to solve murder mysteries. Will Arnett is the lead character throughout the show, acting as homicide detective Terry Seattle. Each episode has him leading a new celebrity guest through a murder investigation. However, there is a catch. The celebrity guests get no script, so they have to...

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The Sunderman Conservatory’s “Sunderman at the Movies”
Feb23

The Sunderman Conservatory’s “Sunderman at the Movies”

By Victoria Staub, A&E Editor On Friday, February 18, The Sunderman Conservatory of Music presented “Sunderman at the Movies.” This event, held at the Majestic Theater, included performances from the Sunderman Conservatory’s Symphony Orchestra and Wind Symphony with each group performing for approximately one hour. This event featured music from a variety of films, appealing to attendants of all ages. The Symphony Orchestra,...

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Review of “Eternals”: Do We Really Need More Superhero Movies?
Feb11

Review of “Eternals”: Do We Really Need More Superhero Movies?

By Kayla Ellis, Contributing Writer Making over $400 million at the box office this past November, Marvel’s Eternals became the tenth highest grossing film of 2021. The movie, headed by Best Director Oscar-winner Chloe Zhao, had a notable ensemble cast, led by Gemma Chan, that included many fan-favorite actors: Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, and even Angelina Jolie all stepped up and donned the brightly colored metallic tracksuits...

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Celebrated Haitian Singer and Vodou Priest Erol Josué Visits Conservatory
Feb11

Celebrated Haitian Singer and Vodou Priest Erol Josué Visits Conservatory

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer This past weekend, Erol Josué, renowned singer, ethnologist, and Houngan (Vodou) priest, visited Gettysburg College’s Sunderman Conservatory for an array of residency activities.  Born in Haiti, Josué was ordained as a Vodou priest in his teens and has gone on to an extensive career in music, spirituality, and ethnology. His music draws from sacred song, Vodou ritual, and electronic music creating a...

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