Faculty Considers First Significant Revision to Curriculum Since 2004
Dec06

Faculty Considers First Significant Revision to Curriculum Since 2004

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief The Gettysburg College faculty is in the early stages of considering substantive revisions to the Gettysburg Curriculum, the core curriculum that has been in place at the college since 2004. While no specific changes have yet been proposed, the Academic Policy and Program Committee (APPC) has appointed a Curriculum Review Committee to consider possible changes, and the faculty spent its meeting on...

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From the Magazine: A Gettysburg College Crossword Puzzle
Dec05

From the Magazine: A Gettysburg College Crossword Puzzle

ACROSS   3 A beloved moniker for the 14th President     7 The grandest small-town theatre in America!     8 Our unaquatic lake     9 Shockingly, it’s the most aggressive rodent on campus     10 Gettysburg College’s resident historian     12 A record-setting crowd descended on Gettysburg for this most auspicious occasion     13 The last two teams the football team defeated     14 Champs … three times in eight years     15...

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Musselman Library Helps Students Buy and Sell Textbooks
Dec03

Musselman Library Helps Students Buy and Sell Textbooks

By Musselman Library Interested in saving money by buying a used textbook from another student? Want to make some money back by reselling your used textbook to a peer? The Scholarly Communications Department of Musselman Library is sponsoring an informal textbook-swap for students. According to our student textbook survey, many students are frustrated with the amount they get when they try to resell their textbooks, while others wish...

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What Gettysburgians Are Thankful For
Nov28

What Gettysburgians Are Thankful For

Compiled by Cameron D’Amica, Features Editor I’m thankful for the lifelong friendships I made this year and all the new opportunities I encountered! – Flavia Scotto  d’Antuono ‘22 I’m thankful to be done with lab for the semester! – Caitlin Yap ‘22 This year I’m very thankful for my health, my family, teammates, friends, and education. I’ve had a great year so far and I’m thankful for all the people who made it...

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Servo Thanksgiving: A Time for Camaraderie and Gratitude
Nov25

Servo Thanksgiving: A Time for Camaraderie and Gratitude

By Thomas Cassara & Emma Canfora, Staff Writers Servo Thanksgiving is a Gettysburg College tradition that marks not only Thanksgiving itself, but also the first semester drawing to a close. Starting at 4:30 on Nov. 20, staff and faculty served students dinner, which included array of traditional Thanksgiving foods such as turkey, mashed potatoes, and gravy, with pumpkin pie served for dessert. Although dinner began in the evening,...

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Burgburst 2019 Features Food and Film Theme
Nov25

Burgburst 2019 Features Food and Film Theme

By Safiya Amin, Staff Writer On Saturday, Nov. 23, Burgburst—the biggest annual cultural event on campus—took place. Colorful flags representing countries of the Gettysburg community lined the perimeter of the CUB ballroom, and tables with blue table cloth and fairy light centerpieces were placed facing the stage where student performances reflecting various cultures occurred. The film-themed Burgburst bought together many members of...

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