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The U.S. government briefly shut down Saturday, Jan. 20. As Congress members struggled to reach a decision on the “Dreamers” bill, members passed a movement not to fund the government until an agreement wasRead More »
Elizabethtown College, alongside eighty-five other colleges in the United States, has joined the American Talent Initiative (ATI) with the intent of helping more lower-income students receive a higher education. With hopes that school attendanceRead More »
The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: Does political content on social media create division?
Facebook, Google and Twitter are under federal investigation for allowing Russian propaganda to spread on their sites during the 2016 election. The three social media sites will have to answer questions about how theyRead More »
The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: Should “nonbinary” be added as a gender option on state ID?
Early in October, California lawmakers passed a bill that would allow Californians to have gender-neutral and nonbinary gender options on licenses and identification papers. The bill, known as the Gender Recognition Act, is setRead More »
Saturday, Oct. 14, the Elizabethtown College Blue Jays field hockey team faced off against the Goucher College Gophers and racked up another shutout victory 4-0. The Blue Jays were able to beat the GophersRead More »
Saturday, Sept. 23, the Elizabethtown College’s women’s field hockey team took to the field against Drew University and claimed a shutout victory in the Landmark Conference opening. The first conference game of the seasonRead More »
Fans of singer and actress Selena Gomez were surprised and relieved by her recent announcement of receiving a kidney transplant earlier this month. Gomez received a kidney from friend and actress Francia Raisa. ComplicationsRead More »
Saturday, Sept. 16, Elizabethtown College faced off against Lebanon Valley College on the soccer field at LVC, winning with a shutout victory and a final score of 3-0. With this victory, the Etown ladiesRead More »
The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in on national debate: Should Confederate monuments stay or go?
Confederate statues began cropping up in American cities in the 1890s to commemorate living and dead Confederate soldiers. Monuments and Civil War reenactments became large-scale forms of commemoration. One hundred fifty years later, citizensRead More »
Elizabethtown College pulled out ahead of the Morrisville State College Mustangs with a six goal lead Saturday, Sept. 1 in a strong start to a weekend of matches. Along with the first hat-trick ofRead More »