Postcard from Abroad: What I Owe to Southern France
Apr27

Postcard from Abroad: What I Owe to Southern France

By George Malian When I arrived in France in January, I spoke no French, had never left the United States before and had never flown on an airplane. On the day of my arrival, I found myself alone at a bus station waiting to be picked up by the family of strangers I’d be living with. It was the first time I grasped the gravity of what I was doing. What I did not realize during those first few moments is that the next two months would...

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The Greatest Night in the History of Television
Apr27

The Greatest Night in the History of Television

By Victoria Staub, Arts & Entertainment Editor and Carter Hanson, Magazine Editor The Academy Awards, or Oscars, are demonstrative of the greatest achievements in film of each year, at least according to the Academy. This year’s awards, which were held on March 27, highlighted numerous important and even controversial films from the past year. Arguably, the most important award of the night is for Best Picture, which deems a film...

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Crossword ANSWERS, Mar. 2022 Issue
Apr27

Crossword ANSWERS, Mar. 2022 Issue

Made by Carter Hanson // Magazine Editor Edited by Leah Attai See blank crossword HERE This crossword originally appeared in the March 2022 issue of the...

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Crossword, Mar. 2022 Issue
Apr27

Crossword, Mar. 2022 Issue

Made by Carter Hanson // Magazine Editor Edited by Leah Attai This crossword originally appeared in the March 2022 issue of the Gettysburgian. Across Accident Sanctioned individual, since Feb. 2022 Eat quickly Gulf dolphinfish A craze Monitor or Merrimack, for example Brooks of The Producers and Blazing Saddles Wheel hat? “Easy as ___” Not imaginary, briefly Punchable clock Name more common among Republican senators than women until...

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Editorial: A Guide to Getting Your Tuition Back
Apr25

Editorial: A Guide to Getting Your Tuition Back

By The Gettysburgian Editorial Board We all know Gettysburg College is expensive. We each know how much money we are putting in, but how much are we getting out? And how much more can we get out? The College tells us that the tuition is high because the Gettysburg experience is unique and valuable. Because we pay an exorbitant price for tuition, we have to make it worth its price by seeking out the opportunities that the College...

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Opinion: A Call for Non-Athlete Hours at the Jaeger Center
Apr25

Opinion: A Call for Non-Athlete Hours at the Jaeger Center

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor It wasn’t until the second semester of senior year that I finally started to regularly go to the gym. Over winter break I learned how to lift, erg (the rowing machine) and began to actually enjoy working out. So, when I chest press or squat, I have a hard time staying in the zone when the entire baseball team envelopes the lifting section and waits around me until I finish. It’s hard to stretch when...

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