Early Development of Legal Studies Minor in Progress
Jan20

Early Development of Legal Studies Minor in Progress

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor Scott Boddery, pre-law advisor and assistant professor of political science, is currently making plans to develop a legal studies minor. The minor would be intended for any students interested in law, rather than just for students interested in going to law school. “The impetus behind this is the fact that I’ve seen — in my role as a political science professor, but also as a pre law...

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DPS Crime Log: Dec. 5, 2019 –  Jan. 1, 2020
Jan20

DPS Crime Log: Dec. 5, 2019 – Jan. 1, 2020

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer December 5, 2019 (Thursday) No incidents reported December 6, 2019 (Friday) Disorderly Conduct at Hanson Hall; Closed: Referred to SRR December 7, 2019 (Saturday) Liquor Laws: Underage Consumption (Referrals: 1) at 105 West Water Street; Closed: Referred to SRR Liquor Laws: Underage Consumption (Referrals: 1) at Paul Hall; Closed: Referred to SRR Liquor Laws: Underage Consumption (Referrals: 1)...

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Weekly Event Roundup: January 20 – 26, 2020
Jan20

Weekly Event Roundup: January 20 – 26, 2020

Compiled by Phoebe Doscher, News Editor Monday, Jan. 20: First Day of Classes Textbook Rush 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. in CUB Ballroom Come by to pick up reserved textbooks or buy books. Tuesday, Jan. 21: GoinGlobal Learning Session 10 – 11 a.m. in CUB 208 Learn how to use a resource to find jobs and internships at home and abroad Wednesday, Jan. 22: Time Management Workshop 4 – 5 p.m. in the Mosaic House A workshop for OME and...

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Phi Delta Theta Apologizes for Playing ‘Purge’ Siren During Power Outage
Dec21

Phi Delta Theta Apologizes for Playing ‘Purge’ Siren During Power Outage

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief Nearly two months after an overnight power outage during which members of Phi Delta Theta blasted the siren and announcement from The Purge, the fraternity has now issued an apology as part of a sanction imposed by the Interfraternity Council’s (IFC) Judicial Board. The apology, which states that members of the fraternity did not intend “to cause any unnecessary disturbance to the...

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Majestic Theater Endowment Campaign Tops $5 Million Goal
Dec20

Majestic Theater Endowment Campaign Tops $5 Million Goal

By Cameron Jury, Staff Writer Gettysburg’s Majestic Theater celebrated its 94th birthday on Nov. 19 and announced that it has raised $5.3 million through its Centennial Endowment Campaign. This campaign began in 2015 in honor of the theater’s 90th birthday with a goal to “raise dedicated funds to bring in bigger stars and expand the diversity of its world-class programming in music, dance, theater, and film,”...

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Eisenhower Institute Lecture: Regulation in the Face of the Vaping Epidemic
Dec20

Eisenhower Institute Lecture: Regulation in the Face of the Vaping Epidemic

By Nicole DeJacimo, Assistant News Editor Three panelists discussed the American vaping epidemic and how the country is responding to concerns and regulations on Tuesday, Dec. 3 in Mara Auditorium. Hosted by the Undergraduate Fellows of the Eisenhower Institute, Health Care Reporter for Politico Sarah Owermohle, Deputy Director for Policy Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Chris Bostic, and Gettysburg College Professor of Health...

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