Student Political Groups Participate in Public Policy Debate
Oct22

Student Political Groups Participate in Public Policy Debate

By Carter A. Hanson, Staff Writer On Thursday, Oct. 17, the Campus Policy Debate in Mara Auditorium featured debaters among some of the political student groups on campus. The Leftist Student Collective, College Democrats, College Republicans, and the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) debated for an hour and a half on policy issues such as gun control, climate change, data privacy, e-cigarette regulations, and packing the Supreme...

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Weekly Event Roundup: October 21 – 26, 2019
Oct21

Weekly Event Roundup: October 21 – 26, 2019

By Maura Breth, Staff Writer Monday, Oct. 21: Responsible Business: Capitalism in the 21st Century  Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in Mara Auditorium, Masters Hall Join Dr. R. Edward Freeman, Elis and Signe Olsson Professor at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business This lecture will focus on principles that undergird the new story of business that is emerging, which include the importance of purpose and stakeholders a more robust...

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DPS Crime Log: October 14 – 20, 2019
Oct21

DPS Crime Log: October 14 – 20, 2019

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer October 14, 2019 (Monday) Harassment at Masters Hall; Closed – Referred to SRR October 15, 2019 (Tuesday) No incidents reported October 16, 2019 (Wednesday) Disorderly Conduct at Phi Delta Theta 109 W. Lincoln Avenue; Closed – Referred to SRR and Greek Life October 17, 2019 (Thursday) No incidents reported October 18, 2019 (Friday) No incidents reported October 19, 2019 (Saturday) No...

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Blasts from the Past: October 21, 2019
Oct21

Blasts from the Past: October 21, 2019

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1899, The Gettysburgian promoted students to tell newspapers in New York, Washington, and Philadelphia of the efforts Gettysburg students put into their work to make Gettysburg students known by potential employers. Alumni saw other college students mentioned in newspapers, but they did not see what Gettysburg College students were doing in these papers. The alumni felt it helped to get...

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Newman Lecture: Michael Moreland on Religious Liberty and First Amendment Rights
Oct20

Newman Lecture: Michael Moreland on Religious Liberty and First Amendment Rights

By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor Dr. Michael Moreland presented in CUB 260 Thursday night on the intersection between religion and politics for the Annual Newman Lecture presented by the Newman Association and Catholic Campus Ministry. Moreland is the University Professor of Law and Religion and the Director of the Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion, and Public Policy at Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law....

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Extended Power Outage Cancels Morning Classes, Causes Confusion on Heels of Reading Days
Oct17

Extended Power Outage Cancels Morning Classes, Causes Confusion on Heels of Reading Days

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief A power outage shut down the campus computing network, led to the cancellation of classes before noon, and created a de facto extra half reading day at Gettysburg College on Wednesday. The blackout began around 1:00 a.m. and ended in most areas of campus about nine hours later, shortly after 10:00 a.m. Power was fully restored to areas with lingering outages by 1:45 p.m. The campus network —...

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