Crossword ANSWERS, Apr. 2022 Issue
Jun20

Crossword ANSWERS, Apr. 2022 Issue

Made By Carter Hanson Edited By Leah Attai See blank crossword HERE. This crossword originally appeared in the April 2022 issue of the Gettysburgian.  ...

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Crossword, Apr. 2022 Issue
Jun20

Crossword, Apr. 2022 Issue

Made By Carter Hanson Edited By Leah Attai This crossword originally appeared in the April 2022 issue of the Gettysburgian. Across 1. Ultimate assessment 10. Gov. dept. headed by Tom Vilsack since Feb. 2021 14. Cheat on a crossword 16. “The __ __ near!” 17. Characters whos stare brings love and good cheer 19. When doubled and paired with “O,” forms the chorus of “Old MacDonald” 20. Musical named for the early 20th century genre it...

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Perspectives: Advice from the Class of 2022
Jun17

Perspectives: Advice from the Class of 2022

Compiled by Gracie Meisner // Features Editor Emma Groff: International and Globalization Studies My time at Gettysburg has definitely not been what I was expecting when I came in as a first-year student. When I arrived, I knew I wanted to go abroad once, but my advisor encouraged me to go twice, which I eventually worked up the courage to do. Now, as I finish my final semester at Gettysburg, I have spent almost an equal number of...

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Postcard from Abroad: The Ethics of Abroad—Privilege, Poverty & Travel
Jun15

Postcard from Abroad: The Ethics of Abroad—Privilege, Poverty & Travel

By Matt Semon, Contributing Writer When I heard from others about their experiences studying abroad, I often hear about pub crawls in London or rushing to catch a train a few drinks in to avoid being stuck in France for the night. And I don’t mean to devalue these experiences; I have had similar moments getting lost on the Trams in Istanbul or accidentally going to a belly-dancing performance. But something that I have never heard in...

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Postcard from Abroad: On Walking Alone, Celebrating Solitude & Falling in Love with a City Across the Pond
Jun15

Postcard from Abroad: On Walking Alone, Celebrating Solitude & Falling in Love with a City Across the Pond

By Katie Oglesby // Fall ’21 Magazine Editor If anyone knows anything about me, it’s that I’m anxious most of the time, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that being abroad has been a real test of my anxiety—travel anxiety, social anxiety, academic anxiety (you name it and I’ve probably had it here)—but being abroad has also been freeing. One of the hardest things for me is spending time by myself, which is funny, because if you...

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International Student-Athletes at Gettysburg
Jun14

International Student-Athletes at Gettysburg

By Jack Herr // Sports Editor Located in rural south-central Pennsylvania, it can be difficult to find evidence of international influence in Gettysburg. However, two of Gettysburg College’s varsity teams (men’s basketball and men’s soccer) feature a handful of student-athletes from around the world. Maro Ramadan ’24, a defenseman on the men’s soccer team, is from Oxford, United Kingdom, but went to high school at South Kent School in...

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