Student Senate Amends Constitution. Club representatives will now have a vote.
Sep26

Student Senate Amends Constitution. Club representatives will now have a vote.

By Joseph Maguschak, Contributing Writer Monday, Sept. 24 marked Student Senate’s fourth meeting of the semester and its second meeting with a full quorum, after the installation of the Class of 2022 officers and senators-at-large. President Nick Arbaugh ’20 began the meeting by announcing that Elijah Fernandez has been appointed as a Senator of the Class of 2021. This news was followed by Jon Allen’s report of the $160 million that...

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Gettysburgians Walk Out In Support of Ford, Ramirez
Sep25

Gettysburgians Walk Out In Support of Ford, Ramirez

By Gauri Mangala, News Editor On Monday, Sept. 24, members of the Gettysburg College community joined together shortly after 1:00 p.m. in front of Pennsylvania Hall to take part in “#BelieveSurvivors National Walkout and Moment of Solidarity” in support of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, each of whom has recently come forward accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault. The national walk-out was...

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Yoo, Coll Debate Extent of President’s War Power at Fielding Center Event
Sep24

Yoo, Coll Debate Extent of President’s War Power at Fielding Center Event

By Kaley Michael, Staff Writer On Thursday, Sept. 20, the Fielding Center for Presidential Leadership Study, part of the Eisenhower Institute, held a public debate on the president’s power of war, particularly in regards to the question: Can the president launch war without congressional authorization? Nearly 100 students anticipating a spirited discussion filled Mara Auditorium to hear Professors John Yoo, Emanuel Heller Professor of...

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Blasts from the Past: September 21, 2018
Sep23

Blasts from the Past: September 21, 2018

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1928, one of the professors went on his sabbatical and went on a trip around the world. Dr. Sanders, a philosophy professor, went to the West Coast, stopping at National Parks like Yosemite and the Grand Canyons. He and his wife then went to San Francisco and took a boat the Hawaii. From there, they went to Japan. During their boat ride, a typhoon passed where the ship was sailing, which...

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DPS Crime Log: September 3-16, 2018
Sep23

DPS Crime Log: September 3-16, 2018

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer September 3, 2018 (Monday) Assault: Aggravated – Hands, Fists, Feet Etc./ Liquor Laws: Underage Consumption at Public-Clery: West Water Street; Closed – Referred to Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (SRR) September 4, 2018 (Tuesday) Liquor Laws: False Identification Card at Musselman Hall; Closed – Referred to SRR Fraud/Identity Theft at Patrick Hall; Closed –...

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College Union Building Grand Opening
Sep22

College Union Building Grand Opening

By Phoebe Doscher, Staff Writer Students gathered around the fire, listening to live music performed by 3 Shades of Blue and enjoying ice cream from Half Pint to celebrate the Grand Opening of the College Union Building (CUB) the night of Saturday, September 15th. Sponsored by Student Senate, the Interfraternity Council, and Panhellenic Council, this opening included activities to get students excited about utilizing the newly...

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