Blasts from the Past: November 11, 2019
Nov11

Blasts from the Past: November 11, 2019

By Shannon Zeltmann, Staff Writer This week in 1939, the town and college celebrated National Book Week. President Henry Hanson was going to be the main speaker on the first day of the event at the Gettysburg Court House. Other speakers included the librarian of Pennsylvania State College and the Hanover Public librarian. The college was also going to have a few short theatre productions, along with an essay contest for students....

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Faculty Meeting News and Notes: November 7, 2019
Nov10

Faculty Meeting News and Notes: November 7, 2019

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief Bob Iuliano gave the clearest public indication yet of his early priorities as President of Gettysburg College at Thursday afternoon’s faculty meeting, outlining seven areas in which he hopes to make strides ahead of a more formal strategic planning process that he plans to begin next fall. 1) Continue to get to know the Gettysburg College community Since the beginning of the fall semester,...

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CANstruction Food Drive and Contest Brings in Donations for Campus Kitchen
Nov10

CANstruction Food Drive and Contest Brings in Donations for Campus Kitchen

By Katie Oglesby, Staff Writer On Wednesday, Nov. 6, the Campus Kitchen and the Center for Public Service hosted their second annual CANstruction Contest and Food Drive in the College Union Building (CUB) Ballroom. Organizations across campus collected cans in a food drive and then built sculptures for friendly competition between the groups.  The Campus Kitchen hosted the food drive to provide the funds and food to deliver warm meals...

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Gettysburg College Spends Less on Instruction than Peers
Nov10

Gettysburg College Spends Less on Instruction than Peers

By Carter Hanson, Katie Oglesby & Benjamin Pontz Gettysburg College spends less per student on instruction than any of its closest peer institutions, an analysis based on data from The Chronicle of Higher Education conducted by The Gettysburgian shows. Annual tuition (excluding room and board) for the 2016-17 academic year, the year for which The Chronicle compiled a comprehensive data set, was $50,860.  That year, the college...

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Student Senate: Announcements from Servo in Light of Dining Services Satisfaction Survey
Nov08

Student Senate: Announcements from Servo in Light of Dining Services Satisfaction Survey

By Kyle Beatty, Staff Writer Monday’s Senate Meeting featured a discussion of new options to students at Servo, the upcoming Burgburst—with related questions of budget allotment and procedure—and weekly club announcements and student concerns. First, President Pat McKenna ‘20 mentioned The Gettysburgian’s latest magazine edition, highlighting its reporting on the college’s carbon emissions reduction goals. Vice President Jack...

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DPS Crime Log: Oct. 28 – Nov. 3, 2019
Nov07

DPS Crime Log: Oct. 28 – Nov. 3, 2019

Compiled by Kaley Michael, Staff Writer October 28, 2019 (Monday) Drug Abuse Violation: Possession: Marijuana (Referrals: 2) at Hanson Hall; Closed – Referred to SRR October 29, 2019 (Tuesday) No incidents reported October 30, 2019 (Wednesday) No incidents reported October 31, 2019 (Thursday) Harassment at North Washington Street 300 Block; Open – Under Investigation November 1, 2019 (Friday) Robbery Other Weapon: Liquor...

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