Democracy Week Presents First Dialogue Across Difference Event
Sep22

Democracy Week Presents First Dialogue Across Difference Event

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Gettysburg students and community members gathered in the College Union Building to discuss topics such as climate and diversity and learn about constructive dialogue. The workshop, titled “Dialogue Across Difference,” is part of Eisenhower Institute’s Democracy Week, which features lectures and voter registration events.  Hosted by the Eisenhower Institute and Urban Rural Action, the event...

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Student Senate 9/19: Senate Provides Budget Update and Addresses Continued Safety Concerns
Sep21

Student Senate 9/19: Senate Provides Budget Update and Addresses Continued Safety Concerns

By: Kenzie Smith, Staff Writer On Monday, Student Senate continued previous work on the Constitution overhaul, addressed students’ continuing concerns regarding safety, and discussed restructuring their committees.   Officer Reports President Miranda Zamora ’23 started off by announcing that finalists have been chosen for the Ralph Cavalier Award based on over one hundred nominations from the student body. Zamora provided the...

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Robin Wall Kimmerer Presents Honorable Harvest Lecture
Sep20

Robin Wall Kimmerer Presents Honorable Harvest Lecture

By Alli Dayton, Managing/News Editor On Monday, author Robin Wall Kimmerer visited Gettysburg College to present a lecture entitled, “The Honorable Harvest: What does the Earth ask of us?” on her bestselling book Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants. Environmental Studies Professor Salma Monani began the event by reading Gettysburg College’s land acknowledgment statement.  After...

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Eisenhower Institute Presents American Polarization Panel
Sep20

Eisenhower Institute Presents American Polarization Panel

By Alicia Method, Staff Writer On Saturday, the Eisenhower Institute, paired with Learning Life, hosted a dialogue in Washington D.C. geared toward helping students to understand division in American culture, as part of their Democracy Week. Titled “American Polarization: A Conversation,” the event hosted three speakers: Nealin Parker, Seth David Radwell, and Bill Schneider. The lecture portion of the event was available online for...

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Campus Safety Crime Log: Sept. 12 – 18, 2022
Sep19

Campus Safety Crime Log: Sept. 12 – 18, 2022

Compiled by Sarah Laud, Features Editor Monday 9/12:  Stalking: Clery Act Definition at Hazlett Hall; Closed (Referrals: 1)  Clery Act Hate Crime: Race Bias Motivated Intimidation by Physical Menace, Disorderly Conduct Hazardous Condition, Harassment at 200 Block West Lincoln Avenue; Closed (Referrals: 1) Sex Offense: Rape at Carlisle House; Closed (Referrals: 1) Disorderly Conduct and Harassment at 300 Block West Lincoln Avenue;...

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Eisenhower Institute Hosts Speak! Constitution Day Town Hall
Sep19

Eisenhower Institute Hosts Speak! Constitution Day Town Hall

By Ella Prieto, Contributing Writer   The Eisenhower Institute celebrated Democracy Week with various events around campus. On Saturday, Sept. 17, Constitution Day, they hosted a Town Hall with the Harvard Public Opinion Project (HPOP) of the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics on American values. It involved students, faculty, and staff of Gettysburg College along with Gettysburg’s residents.  The Harvard Public Opinion...

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