‘We Are Truly Sorry’: College Issues 10 Percent Tuition Refund to Students Studying Remotely
Sep09

‘We Are Truly Sorry’: College Issues 10 Percent Tuition Refund to Students Studying Remotely

  By Anna Cincotta, Editor-in-Chief  Less than three weeks into Gettysburg’s in-person semester during the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 60 students tested positive for the virus and over 150 were told to quarantine due to contact tracing. Three college employees working on campus have also tested positive since Aug. 30. Approximately 1,300 students were told to move out of residence last weekend due to the rise in cases and the...

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Students Living in the Gettysburg Hotel Asked to Quarantine, Effective Immediately
Aug28

Students Living in the Gettysburg Hotel Asked to Quarantine, Effective Immediately

By Anna Cincotta, Editor-in-Chief, and Gauri Mangala, Managing Editor An initial review of the second round of baseline testing results from this week indicates that there may be a number of students in the Gettysburg Hotel who have been “impacted” by the virus, according to an email sent today by Julie Ramsey, Vice President of College Life and Dean of Students. All students currently residing in the hotel have been asked to...

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MLB Season Shortened Due to COVID-19
Aug26

MLB Season Shortened Due to COVID-19

By Kyle Miller, Staff Writer A few months ago, with the outbreak of the coronavirus and the growing frustration between Major League Baseball (MLB) players and owners, it seemed like the MLB season was on the verge of cancellation. Players were disappointed with the amount of money they would be paid for a shortened season, but after a few short weeks a deal was made — it was time for baseball. The agreement was a 60-game season...

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Opinion: College Communication and COVID-19
Jul21

Opinion: College Communication and COVID-19

By Emily Dalgleish, Opinions Editor  In just a few weeks, I am supposed to travel across the country to return to Gettysburg. As of now, I don’t know when I am supposed to return, if my housing is confirmed, or even how I will be eating. Some of those details we were supposed to find out yesterday. As students, we are relying on clear, consistent communication from the College. That communication is severely lacking. President Iuliano...

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College Provides More Details Regarding COVID-19 Protocols for the Fall Semester
Jul21

College Provides More Details Regarding COVID-19 Protocols for the Fall Semester

By Nicole DeJacimo, Content Manager Early this week, President Bob Iuliano and Dean Julie Ramsey outlined new COVID-19 protocols in preparation for the return to residence this upcoming semester and emphasized caring for one another during the ongoing global pandemic.  Behavioral Expectations and Testing In accordance with CDC guidelines and Governor Tom Wolf’s state mandates, all students and staff must wear a mask when they are...

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