DPS Crime Log: Nov. 27 – Dec. 4, 2019
Dec09

DPS Crime Log: Nov. 27 – Dec. 4, 2019

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer November 27, 2019 (Wednesday) No incidents reported November 28, 2019 (Thursday) No incidents reported November 29, 2019 (Friday) Underage Drinking (Arrests: 2) Public Drunkenness at W. Water Street public sidewalk; Persons arrested by Gettysburg Borough PD: Joseph Talocka & Connor Murtaugh on Charge of Underage Drinking, Andrew Howard on charge of public drunkenness, All arrestees of 300...

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Senate Continues Debate on Club Representative Amendment
Dec08

Senate Continues Debate on Club Representative Amendment

By Garrett Adams, Staff Writer Student Senate’s last meeting of the semester on Monday, Dec. 2 was highlighted by a return to the proposal for new amendment that would no longer require club representatives to attend weekly Senate meetings. The amendment is a proposal championed by Student Senate President Patrick McKenna ’20, who discussed the rationale for his plan in an interview earlier this semester with “On...

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College Debuts New Eisenhower Scholarship for Class of 2024
Dec07

College Debuts New Eisenhower Scholarship for Class of 2024

By Phoebe Doscher and Benjamin Pontz Gettysburg College has introduced a new merit scholarship geared towards incoming students with records of civic engagement. The Eisenhower Scholarship, named for the 34th President of the United States and namesake of the college’s public policy institute, represents the highest merit-based offering to incoming students at $40,000 per year. Approximately ten members of the Class of 2024, for which...

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Faculty Meeting News and Notes: December 5, 2019
Dec06

Faculty Meeting News and Notes: December 5, 2019

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief Gettysburg College has a new minor in data science. After a motion to delay the vote was defeated, the faculty voted Thursday afternoon by a 3:1 margin to approve the new minor, which students could begin to declare as soon as the spring semester. Discussion on the proposal centered around potential hidden costs associated with new course sections that it may require and whether the Provost’s...

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Faculty Considers First Significant Revision to Curriculum Since 2004
Dec06

Faculty Considers First Significant Revision to Curriculum Since 2004

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief The Gettysburg College faculty is in the early stages of considering substantive revisions to the Gettysburg Curriculum, the core curriculum that has been in place at the college since 2004. While no specific changes have yet been proposed, the Academic Policy and Program Committee (APPC) has appointed a Curriculum Review Committee to consider possible changes, and the faculty spent its meeting on...

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Mullis Named Vice President of Development, Alumni & Parent Relations
Dec05

Mullis Named Vice President of Development, Alumni & Parent Relations

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief Clarence “Tres” Mullis has been named Vice President of Development, Alumni & Parent Relations (DAPR), Gettysburg President Bob Iuliano announced via an email to staff Wednesday. Mullis comes to Gettysburg from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, where he has served since 2006 as Executive Director for University Development. “Tres emerged from an...

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