“Unborn Lives Matter” Flyers Torn Down Across Campus
Nov20

“Unborn Lives Matter” Flyers Torn Down Across Campus

By Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor On Wednesday evening, members of the Gettysburg College Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) hung approximately 80 flyers advertising their upcoming event, a lecture by pro-life activist Angela “Bay” Buchanan to be held November 29, that included, in large font, “Unborn Lives Matter.” According to YAF’s Acting Chairman, Nick Arbaugh ’20, “over half”...

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Campus Celebrates 25th Annual Servo Thanksgiving
Nov18

Campus Celebrates 25th Annual Servo Thanksgiving

By Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor It was that time of year again for Gettysburg College on Tuesday when the Dining Center, lovingly known as Servo, transformed itself from buffet-style dining, to a sit-down family-style Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings. It was the 25th anniversary of the campus tradition. Students waited in line for hours — some arriving before 10:00 a.m. — ready for a Thanksgiving feast with...

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Remembrance Day Parade Route Changed, Security Increased Due to ‘Verified Threat’, Police Say
Nov17

Remembrance Day Parade Route Changed, Security Increased Due to ‘Verified Threat’, Police Say

By Jamie Welch, Editor-in-Chief Gettysburg Borough Police in conjunction with other local, state and federal agencies are beefing up security in response to a “verified threat” to the Remembrance Day parade planned for this Saturday in Gettysburg. A statement issued by the borough Friday requests attendees not bring backpacks and/or coolers to the Remembrance Day parade route or viewing areas of the scheduled events....

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Eisenhower Institute Holds Campus Policy Debate
Nov17

Eisenhower Institute Holds Campus Policy Debate

By Kate Delaney, Staff Writer On Wednesday night, the Eisenhower Institute hosted a campus-wide policy event in Mara Auditorium. Moderated by Dr. Douglas Page, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, the debate included representatives from six political clubs on campus, including the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), the College Republicans, College Independents, College Democrats,...

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DPS Crime Log: October 30-November 12
Nov16

DPS Crime Log: October 30-November 12

Compiled by Gauri Mangala, Assistant News Editor October 30, 2017 (Monday) – Drug Abuse Violation: Possession: Marijuana at Campus: Exterior – North Lawn McKnight Hall; Closed: No Suspects or Witnesses October 31, 2017 (Tuesday) – Larceny: Theft of Bicycles at Campus: Exterior – Musselman Library Bike Rack; Closed: No Suspects or Witnesses Bicycle Recovered – Sex Offense: Rape, Domestic Violence at...

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Senate Debates Budgets, Appoints New Members, Hears Proposed New Policy
Nov16

Senate Debates Budgets, Appoints New Members, Hears Proposed New Policy

By Sarah Hinck, Staff Writer and Benjamin Pontz, Managing News Editor Budget proposals, committee presentations, and the proposal of an amendment to the Student Senate Constitution came to the floor at the body’s final meeting before Thanksgiving break Monday evening. Entering the meeting, Senate had allotted 47% of its annual budget, though only 18% had been spent as of the meeting. Because clubs are required to remit any unspent...

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