Manzanar: Eisenhower Institute Lunch and Learn Panel Discussion
Feb22

Manzanar: Eisenhower Institute Lunch and Learn Panel Discussion

By Chloe Kieper, Contributing Writer The Eisenhower Institute hosted a Lunch and Learn Panel on the Manzanar War Relocation Center in the Schmucker Art Gallery on Wed. The panel was headed by Professor of Asian Studies Yoko Nishimura and Professor of Political Science Alauna Safarpour. The panel covered the history behind Schmucker Art Gallery’s first art exhibition of 2024 titled “Ansel Adams: Manzanar,” which was curated by Emma...

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Campus Safety Crime Log: Feb. 12 – Feb. 18, 2024
Feb21

Campus Safety Crime Log: Feb. 12 – Feb. 18, 2024

Compiled by Alexis Doyle, Staff Writer Monday, Feb. 12 Vandalism: Patrick Hall; Closed (Referred to SRR) Retail Theft: Jaeger Center – The Dive; Closed (Referred to SRR) Tuesday, Feb. 13 Terroristic Threats: Apple Hall; Open Wednesday, Feb. 14 Possession of Marijuana (Small Amount), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia: Patrick Hall; Closed (Referred to SRR) Clery Act Drug Law Violation Referrals: 1 Thursday, Feb. 15 Theft and...

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Student Senate 2/19: Update on Stolen Packages and Senate Discusses Future
Feb20

Student Senate 2/19: Update on Stolen Packages and Senate Discusses Future

By Ella Prieto, Managing Editor  Officer Reports  President Andrew Lemon ’24 had no reports, simply wishing everyone a great week. Vice President Geoffrey Meadville ’25 reminded senators to email both him and Secretary Grace Nelson ’26 if they have to miss a meeting. If they fail to do so, it counts as an unexcused absence which senators only have three of before there are consequences. Treasurer Alfredo Roman Jordan ’26 shared a...

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OSAGL Hosts the Spring Activities Fair
Feb17

OSAGL Hosts the Spring Activities Fair

By Katie Lauriello, Lead Copy Editor On Wednesday, the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life (OSAGL) hosted its Spring Activities Fair in the College Union Building Ballroom from 4 to 6 p.m. Several clubs brought gifts for attendees, including lotions, pins and candy. OSAGL staff member Natalie Vancura ’25 commented on the differences between the fall and spring activities fairs: “It’s interesting to get the engagement of...

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Faculty Meeting News and Notes: Feb. 15, 2024
Feb16

Faculty Meeting News and Notes: Feb. 15, 2024

By Laken Franchetti, Editor-in-Chief President Bob Iuliano began Thursday’s faculty meeting by thanking everyone involved that organized or participated in the meetings with the Board of Trustees this past weekend. Iuliano also revealed the news that a $5.5 million commitment had been made to the Gettysburg Fund from two alumni in the Class of 1976. This is larger than any commitment from a living donor in the last capital campaign....

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Campus Safety Crime Log: Feb. 5 – Feb. 11, 2024
Feb14

Campus Safety Crime Log: Feb. 5 – Feb. 11, 2024

Compiled by Alexis Doyle, Staff Writer Monday, Feb. 5 Vandalism: Plank Gym; Open Tuesday, Feb. 6 Vandalism: 104 W. Water St (ATO); Closed (Organization Referred to OSAGL) Vandalism: 109 W. Water St (PDT); Closed (Organization Referred to OSAGL) Wednesday, Feb. 7 Sex Offense – Fondling: Location Withheld to Protect Victim Anonymity; Closed (Referred to Title IX Office) Thursday, Feb. 8 No Crimes Reported Friday, Feb. 9 Underage...

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