Student Senate Committees Present Semester Progress
Nov13

Student Senate Committees Present Semester Progress

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor Student Senate met Nov. 9 for committee presentations.  Treasurer Connor Heath ‘23 began by mentioning that there would be a budget request to approve at the next meeting. Chair of Senate Outreach Committee Sydney Quan ‘22 gave a presentation on headshots to ensure the rest of the Student Senate would submit them to her for their website properly. Chair of Academic and Career Affairs Committee Garrett...

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Blast from the Past—November 12, 2020 Edition
Nov12

Blast from the Past—November 12, 2020 Edition

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1915, the Pen and Sword Society was putting together an honor system for the college. They were looking into different references to the honor system at Gettysburg and putting together a pamphlet to give to all the students so everyone would have one. Then, the students could take a vote on how they felt about the honor system. They hoped it would spark deep conversations among the...

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College Launches New Strategic Plan, Addresses Financial Uncertainty and Marketability
Nov10

College Launches New Strategic Plan, Addresses Financial Uncertainty and Marketability

By Nicole DeJacimo, Content Producer Last week, President Bob Iuliano and Assistant Vice President of College Life Darrien Davenport outlined the beginning stages of the new strategic plan called Living Our Promise in an online seminar. The current plan, Unfinished Work, is set to expire at the end of this academic year.  Throughout the seminar, Iuliano circled back to four pillars and underscored their significance in the new...

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Weekly Roundup Nov. 11 to Nov. 13
Nov09

Weekly Roundup Nov. 11 to Nov. 13

  Compiled By Katie Oglesby, News Editor   Wednesday, Nov. 11   Cookies, Cocoa, and Career Connections Held in-person at the Bullethole Patio from 12:00 to 1:30 P.M. for the residential cohort. Center for Career Engagement hosts a gathering with warm drinks and snacks to show how students can use connectGettysburg to virtually connect with alumni.     DIY Aromatherapy Spray Held in Memorial Field Tent 8 from...

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Business, Organizations, and Management Major Receives $3.5 Million Donation
Nov05

Business, Organizations, and Management Major Receives $3.5 Million Donation

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor  David R. Brennan ‘75, Chair of the Board of Trustees of the College, has recently gifted the Business, Organizations, and Management Major $3.5 million.  According to Executive Director of Communications and Marketing Jamie Yates, this gift will support “new faculty positions in accounting and marketing; curricular course innovation stipends; applied student learning experiences; an endowed lecture fund;...

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Senate Approves Reusable Containers in The Bullet Hole, Strikes Down Club Attendance Amendment
Nov04

Senate Approves Reusable Containers in The Bullet Hole, Strikes Down Club Attendance Amendment

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor   The Senate Meeting of Nov. 2 began with Giacomo Coppola ‘22 introducing an opinion on behalf of the sustainability committee to introduce reusable containers in The Bullet Hole. The opinion was passed. Lauren Browning ‘22 also reintroduced the tabled amendment from the previous meeting regarding affinity groups, which would require club representatives to meet with their affinity group leaders...

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