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‘Cover the Night’ event raises Kony awareness

‘Cover the Night’ event raises Kony awareness

The Etownian March 25, 2012 0

Recently, a YouTube video uploaded by Jason Russell went viral. Elizabethtown College will be participating in Russell’s awareness campaign event, Cover the Night, on April 20. “KONY 2012” is a short film about international

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Physicist recites poems in native languages that resonate with personal experiences

Physicist recites poems in native languages that resonate with personal experiences

The Etownian February 23, 2012 0

On Feb. 28, there will be a poetry reading by Dr. Ilan Gravé, associate professor of physics and engineering, at the Bowers Writers House. His presentation is called “From Quantum Wells to Dante’s Inferno:

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The Neglected Few: An Editorial

The Neglected Few: An Editorial

The Etownian February 2, 2012 3

APOLOGIES During the past week, we have learned quite a bit about the definition of and the actions behind being a publication of integrity and how we failed these standards in relation to “The

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Republican debate reveals candidates strengths, weaknesses

Republican debate reveals candidates strengths, weaknesses

The Etownian October 21, 2011 0

Contemporary politics are as turbulent as ever. We are currently in an election season, which is in the context of a federal credit downgrade, the assassination of Osama bin Laden and a growing protest

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Parade float ideas create healthy competition

Parade float ideas create healthy competition

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

Everyone loves a parade. It’s fair to say that, more often than not, good times will be had due to the heightened festive atmosphere. Depending on where you are, you can expect music, excessive

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Senior presents positive twist on post-graduation

Senior presents positive twist on post-graduation

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

As I was driving through Philadelphia on my way home for fall break, I saw a homeless man with a sign that read “The End is Near: 2012” (it was actually spelled ‘Neer’ but

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Homecoming brings back fond memories

Homecoming brings back fond memories

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

For the past year or so, I’ve been waiting for post-college life to click like Elizabethtown College did. I’ve itched for a game of Mafia; I’ve hungered for a chicken ranch cheesesteak on a

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Homecoming traditions, events celebrate Blue Jay spirit

Homecoming traditions, events celebrate Blue Jay spirit

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

There is something more reliable than the mercurial weather to predict the months of September and October. An annual tradition celebrated in high schools and colleges throughout the country, homecoming is a welcoming back

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Professors’ offices represent interests, experiences

Professors’ offices represent interests, experiences

The Etownian October 14, 2011 1

Think about the feeling you get at the start of each school year. You have a new dorm room, a new space that is all your own. For the next 10 months, it will

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Craig clarifies plans to evolve Center for Global Citizenship, raise interest

Craig clarifies plans to evolve Center for Global Citizenship, raise interest

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

Ambassador John Craig first became associated with Elizabethtown College because of geography. His family has lived in Lancaster County for 250 years, and his house on College Avenue was built in 1908 by his

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