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New school year begins with faculty promotions, tenures

New school year begins with faculty promotions, tenures

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

Elizabethtown College recognized four newly-tenured and promoted faculty members at the College’s annual Convocation ceremony Friday, Aug. 28. Drs. Conrad Kanagy, Jeffery Long and Gabriela Sanchis were promoted from associate professors to full professor

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Athletic department updates: user-friendly, improved website

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

Friday, Aug. 24, the Elizabethtown College Athletic Communications Department launched the latest version of their website: www.Etownbluejays.com. Teamed with collegiate athletic web-based content management company SIDEARM Sports, Etown Athletics produced a new site that

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Linares-Farras steps in as interim director of Study Abroad

Linares-Farras steps in as interim director of Study Abroad

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

Dr. Montserrat Linares-Farras, an associate professor of Spanish and the chair of the department of modern languages is the new interim director of the Study Abroad Office at Elizabethtown College this year. Linares-Farras is

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Issues arise surrounding vehicle policies

Issues arise surrounding vehicle policies

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

Elizabethtown College has been receiving many new makeovers in the last few years, one of them being the new campus parking system. The College has been trying to make it easier for students, faculty

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President publishes article for Huff. Post College

President publishes article for Huff. Post College

The Etownian September 12, 2012 1

We all know Dr. Carl J. Strikwerda as President of Elizabethtown College, but as of Aug. 2012, he’s known nationwide as one of the Huffington Post’s writers of world economy and corporate and economic

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Our voices heard: job limits removed

Our voices heard: job limits removed

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

After much dispute and concern from students, the policy keeping students from holding more than two paid on-campus jobs has been revoked. When it was announced that students would no longer be able to

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#Trending: Are we keeping up with social media in academia?

#Trending: Are we keeping up with social media in academia?

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

Outside of Etown, Twitter is becoming more popular than ever on college campuses.  Students frequently shout out shameless self-promotion asking friends to “follow” them on Twitter.  Teachers are now asking the same to their

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Put Your Records On: Jenny O

Put Your Records On: Jenny O

The Etownian September 12, 2012 1

Have you ever seen a commercial that featured an awesome song, and you sort of hope that at the end of the commercial, in that tiny fine print that whizzes by, they’ll give the

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Thinspo: healthy encouragement or debilitating influence?

Thinspo: healthy encouragement or debilitating influence?

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

Do you remember that year when all the magazine front covers were about Lindsay Lohan? Media plays a big role on how we perceive our body. We are greatly influenced by media on what

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Voter ID law in question raises ethical concerns, sparks debate pre-election

Voter ID law in question raises ethical concerns, sparks debate pre-election

The Etownian September 12, 2012 0

Voting laws and regulations have been a topic of debate since creation of our nation. From the 15th amendment which prohibits all levels of the government from denying a citizen the right to vote

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