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Photography Contest Finalist

Photography Contest Finalist

The Etownian February 15, 2018 0

First-year student Miranda Fedor is a finalist in the Photographer’s Forum annual photography contest. This photo was selected out of over 12,000 entries from around the world and will be published in Photographer’s Forum,

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New Digital Humanities Hub open house introduces workspace in Wenger Hall

New Digital Humanities Hub open house introduces workspace in Wenger Hall

The Etownian February 15, 2018 0

The Elizabethtown College Digitial Humanities Hub is a new project and resource space for humanities students. The Hub, located in Wenger 103, hosts new equipment including computers, software, DSLR cameras, video cameras, a portable

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The rise of a new gaming era

The rise of a new gaming era

The Etownian February 1, 2018 0

The untamed roar of the crowd, the tightening of your chest and the rush of adrenaline. It sounds all too familiar. If you haven’t felt it personally, you probably know someone who has, or

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Art exhibit of collage paintings, ceramics opens for public viewing

Art exhibit of collage paintings, ceramics opens for public viewing

The Etownian February 1, 2018 0

Thursday, Jan. 25, in the lobby of the Zug – Hess Art Gallery, Elizabethtown College put the work of artist James Gallagher on display for the public. Ranging from collages of all colors to

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E-fit class instructor discusses the passion she has for Pound as a form of therapy

E-fit class instructor discusses the passion she has for Pound as a form of therapy

The Etownian December 7, 2017 0

Jessica Schultz was 10 years old when she first experienced pain. Her wrists burned like they were on fire or being stabbed with needles. For Schultz, there is no cause. The pain never decreased,

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Editor shares working with celebrities, editing and publishing books

Editor shares working with celebrities, editing and publishing books

The Etownian November 2, 2017 0

Oct. 28, the Bowers Writers House hosted a lecture entitled “Book or Bust: Make it or Break it in the Publishing World.” The lecture featured Charles “Chuck” F. Adams, Executive Editor at Algonquin Books.

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Field Hockey team falls 4-2 on the road against Catholic University (#18)

Field Hockey team falls 4-2 on the road against Catholic University (#18)

The Etownian October 28, 2017 0

Oct. 7 in Washington, D.C., the Elizabethtown College field hockey team faced Catholic University of America for the first time since the Blue Jays defeated the Cardinals last season. This year Catholic scored twice

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Etown Simplified: Five Steps to Create an Effective Daily Routine

Etown Simplified: Five Steps to Create an Effective Daily Routine

The Etownian October 18, 2017 0

Have you ever asked yourself, “How can I use my time appropriately?” A key aspect of living a simple life is creating a routine and managing one’s time efficiently. Having a consistent routine has

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Movie Review: Death Note has all-star cast, but not much else

The Etownian September 15, 2017 0

“Death Note” is one of the newer films to be added to Netflix’s register. Based on the 2006 anime of the same name, “Death Note” boasts of an all-star cast and $40 million budget,

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Men’s basketball falters in second half, looks ahead to Goucher

Men’s basketball falters in second half, looks ahead to Goucher

The Etownian February 15, 2017 0

Elizabethtown’s men’s basketball team suffered a disappointing loss at home against Landmark Conference opponent Moravian College last Saturday, Feb. 4. Senior Josh Eden kicked the game off with a layup which was immediately answered

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