National College Rankings Places Gettysburg at the Highs and Lows
Jun17

National College Rankings Places Gettysburg at the Highs and Lows

By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing-Editor Recently, the Princeton Review published the 2021 college rankings; Gettysburg made the list of top twenty schools for six categories, in addition to being classified as a green college, one of the best value colleges, and a college that creates futures for its students. Of the best 386 schools evaluated by the Princeton Review, Gettysburg College ranks as follows:  #7 Lots of Greek Life #7 Little...

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Gettysburg Appoints Inaugural Director of Gender Equity and LGBTQIA+ Life
Jun10

Gettysburg Appoints Inaugural Director of Gender Equity and LGBTQIA+ Life

By Phoebe Doscher, Editor-in-Chief Starting June 1, Amanda Del Gaudio began as Gettysburg’s inaugural Director of Gender Equity and LGBTQIA+ Life. Del Gaudio formerly served as the Assistant Director of LGBTQ+ Advocacy and Awareness at Hofstra University. Del Gaudio’s role entails leadership over initiatives for the Women’s Center and LGBTQIA+ Life. In an Instagram Live on the LGBTQIA+ Life’s page, she outlined her goals to...

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Anne Ehrlich Appointed Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students
Jun09

Anne Ehrlich Appointed Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students

Anne Ehrlich, Courtsey of Knox College By Nicole DeJacimo, Managing Editor Today, President Bob Iuliano announced in a campus-wide email Dean Julie Ramsey’s new successor, Anne Ehrlich, who hails from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois. Ehlrich will serve as Gettysburg’s Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students beginning July 26.  At Knox College, Ehrlich served as the Vice President for Student Development since 2016....

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Gettysburg Alumna Revives Efforts to Make Arrest Following 2013 Sexual Assault
Jun03

Gettysburg Alumna Revives Efforts to Make Arrest Following 2013 Sexual Assault

By Phoebe Doscher, Editor-in-Chief On May 17, the Associated Press released a story about two sexual assault cases that occurred on Gettysburg’s campus in 2013 and 2014. Gettysburg alumna Shannon Keeler ‘17 and former Gettysburg student Katayoun Amir-Aslani came forward about their experiences after Keeler received a message with an alleged confession to her sexual assault, prompting her to bring the case to Pennsylvania authorities...

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One-Quarter of Student Body Vaccinated, College Announces Deadlines for COVID Vaccinations
Jun01

One-Quarter of Student Body Vaccinated, College Announces Deadlines for COVID Vaccinations

By Phoebe Doscher, Editor-in-Chief This afternoon, Interim Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students Jeff Foster sent an email to the campus community outlining the fall 2021 vaccine requirement for Gettysburg students.  Nearly a quarter of the student body has received vaccinations for COVID-19, according to Health Services’ immunization records. The remainder of students must be fully vaccinated at least fourteen days...

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Gettysburg College Holds Stand in Power Event Following Chauvin Trial
May25

Gettysburg College Holds Stand in Power Event Following Chauvin Trial

By Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor On April 22, Gettysburg College students, faculty, and administrators gathered at the Peace Pole at noon to address the verdict that found Derek Chauvin guilty of killing George Floyd. Students stood with cardboard signs that read “Black Lives Matter” and “No Justice, No Peace.” The event was titled: “Stand in Power: Reflections on Structural Racism and The Chauvin Trial.”...

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