Student Senate Tables Three Amendments and Sends Two Back to Committee
Apr26

Student Senate Tables Three Amendments and Sends Two Back to Committee

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor On Monday April 19, Senate met and primarily discussed the contents of five amendments, two of which were brought forth by the Inclusion Committee. The first amendment, explained by Inclusion Officer Daniel Jones ‘22 would allow non-recognized clubs up to $800 in funding where they are now not allowed any funding from Senate. This launched debate amongst club representatives and members of the executive...

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Weekly Roundup April 26 – May 2
Apr26

Weekly Roundup April 26 – May 2

Compiled by Jane Fitzpatrick, Assistant News Editor Monday, Apr 26 Sunderman Wind Quintet Performance Held outside Musselman Library from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. That Fantastic Flute! A celebration of Dr. Teresa Bowers’ 40-year career at Gettysburg College Take Back the Night Week Kick Off Held virtually and on Stine Lake (Rain location: Ballroom)  from 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.  Come hear from Katie Koestner, the...

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Virtual Showcase Recognizes 80+ Students who Completed Garthwait Leadership Certificate
Apr26

Virtual Showcase Recognizes 80+ Students who Completed Garthwait Leadership Certificate

By Katie Oglesby, News Editor On Wednesday, April 21, the Garthwait Leadership Center (GLC) virtually held their annual Leadership Certificate Showcase to recognize the more than 80 students who completed the year-long, co-curricular leadership certificate program. Executive Director Andrew Hughes introduced the event.  Leadership Mentor Ingrid Bayer ‘22 led into the panel discussion between Leadership Mentors Sarah Feldman ‘22 and...

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Student Senate Hosts Technocratic Forum and Election
Apr22

Student Senate Hosts Technocratic Forum and Election

Kyle Beatty, Staff Writer. Student Senate’s Apr. 12 meeting began with the announcement of next year’s President and Vice President: Syd Quan ‘22 and Colin Hughes ‘23, respectively. President Kurtis Grey ‘21 reported that, in response to Student Senate’s opinion on emergency contraceptive access, the Health Center is immediately lowering the cost of Plan B from $20 to $9 and will continue to reduce the cost and increase access. Senate...

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College Announces Release of BARC Report
Apr22

College Announces Release of BARC Report

By Alli Dayton, Staff Writer Last June, President Iuliano asked the Bias Awareness and Resource Committee (BARC) to evaluate tools and resources for diverse students, the protocols for bias incidents, campus programming, and campus awareness of bias incidents. The committee delivered recommendations for these policies during the summer, and since then, members of the college community have continued to explore ways to confront...

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Eisenhower Institute’s New Virtual Format Leads to Programming Changes
Apr21

Eisenhower Institute’s New Virtual Format Leads to Programming Changes

By Alli Dayton, Staff Writer The Eisenhower Institute  (EI) prepares students for careers in public, private, and nonprofit sectors through programs that teach students about leadership, networking, and translating their knowledge to positive action. Some of the distinctive program’s year-long or semester-long programs include Washington Connections, Environmental Leadership, Strategy and Leadership in Transformational Times, Contours...

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