DiFonzo, Prieto and Lauriello to Lead Gettysburgian in 2024-2025 Academic Year
May15

DiFonzo, Prieto and Lauriello to Lead Gettysburgian in 2024-2025 Academic Year

Staff Report Vince DiFonzo ’25 will serve as editor-in-chief for The Gettysburgian in the 2024-2025 academic year for its 127th volume. Ella Prieto ’26 will act as managing editor in the fall, and Katie Lauriello ’25 will take over that position in the spring. The three of them, as well as the rest of the incoming editorial board, were elected unanimously by The Gettysburgian’s staff. DiFonzo previously served as opinions editor, lead...

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Office of Diversity & Inclusion Announces a New Land Acknowledgement Statement
May13

Office of Diversity & Inclusion Announces a New Land Acknowledgement Statement

By Sophie Lange, News Editor On Friday, Gettysburg College Chief Diversity Officer Eloísa Gordon Mora sent a campus-wide email alerting the college community that the Land Acknowledgement Committee updated the official Land Acknowledgement Statement. The original statement was written after a listening session was held with several Indigenous community organizations, including organizations in Lancaster, PA, where the massacre of the...

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Dean of Admissions Gail Sweezey to Retire After 41 Years at Gettysburg College
May11

Dean of Admissions Gail Sweezey to Retire After 41 Years at Gettysburg College

By Laken Franchetti, Editor-in-Chief At the faculty meeting on March 21, President Bob Iuliano revealed to faculty members that Dean of Admissions Gail Sweezey would be retiring at the end of July. Sweezey has served the campus community at Gettysburg College for 41 years, and she was given a round of applause from faculty when Iuliano revealed the news. The following day, Vice President for Enrollment and Educational Services Carey...

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Email from President Iuliano Alerts Campus to New Initiatives
May09

Email from President Iuliano Alerts Campus to New Initiatives

By Ella Prieto, Managing Editor On Thursday, Gettysburg College President Bob Iuliano sent a campus-wide email alerting individuals of new initiatives for the 2024-2025 academic year. He began by listing accomplishments from the past academic year, such as the creation of the Donna Jean Brogan Center for Quantitative Learning and the $2.4 million Wi-Fi upgrade. “With the increasingly competitive higher education landscape, this work...

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Student Senate’s Campaign to Better Its Reputation
May08

Student Senate’s Campaign to Better Its Reputation

By Ella Prieto, Managing Editor  As another academic year winds down, the Gettysburg College Student Senate has reflected on their year of work. While many members feel proud of their work and accomplishments, an issue still remains for the Senate: bettering their reputation on campus. Multiple meetings this semester have featured in-depth discussions around this issue.  Senators have proposed numerous projects to accomplish this,...

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Campus Safety Crime Log: April 21 – April 29, 2024
May04

Campus Safety Crime Log: April 21 – April 29, 2024

Compiled by Sophie Lange, News Editor Sunday, Apr. 21 Telephonic Harassment: Musselman Hall; Closed (Referred to SRR) Monday, Apr. 22 Bicycle Theft: Dining Center; Closed (No Known Suspects or Witnesses) Vandalism: Jaeger Center; Closed (Juvenile Matter) Retail Theft: CUB Commons; Closed (Referred to SRR) Theft & Vandalism: Brua Hall; Closed (Juvenile Matter) Tuesday, Apr. 23 Retail Theft: CUB Commons; Closed (Referred to SRR)...

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