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Geaney performs Irish songs, reads poetry

Emily Drinks March 18, 2015 0

Michael Geaney, a graduate in Gaelic Language and History from University College Cork, educated students on his tenth visit to Elizabethtown College through song and poetry at Bowers Writers House on Tuesday, March 10.

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Bower Writers House offers comfortable environment for conversation, relaxation during Mellow Monday event series

Bower Writers House offers comfortable environment for conversation, relaxation during Mellow Monday event series

Emily Drinks March 18, 2015 0

The Bower Writers House offers a unique opportunity to students with Mellow Mondays, a time for students to relax after the weekend and prepare for the upcoming week. Mellow Mondays are held every Monday

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Braxton explains transhumanism in a modern, religious context

Braxton explains transhumanism in a modern, religious context

Emily Drinks February 25, 2015 0

“Religion is one of the things that sets humans apart,” Dr. Donald M. Braxton, the J. Omar Professor of Religion at Juniata College, said at his presentation titled “Hacking the Religious Minds: Turning Religion

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Corrigan explains starting Baltimore Marathon, attracting sponsors, initiating, organizing events with students

Corrigan explains starting Baltimore Marathon, attracting sponsors, initiating, organizing events with students

Emily Drinks February 4, 2015 0

On Friday, Jan 30, Lee Corrigan, owner and operator of the Baltimore Marathon and Corrigan Sports Enterprise (CSE), discussed getting sponsors and running the Baltimore Marathon. Corrigan first explained that CSE always tries to

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Schwab lectures on keeping businesses afloat in changing market

Emily Drinks January 28, 2015 0

Israel Schwab, the CEO of D&H Distributing Company (D&H), gave a presentation titled “Distribution, Sales and Logistics in the Computer and Consumer Electronics Business” at Elizabethtown College on Friday, Jan. 22. Schwab said he

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Diversity film shows unity of family, community in Gobi Desert to save a camel

Emily Drinks January 22, 2015 0

On Thursday, Jan. 15, Elizabethtown College showed the documentary “The Story of the Weeping Camel,” a German film set in Mongolia. Louise Hyder-Darlington, the access services librarian, hosted the event. Hyder-Darlington was introduced to

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Martin Luther King Jr. week celebrates diversity with gospel extravaganza, interfaith prayer service, candlelight march

Martin Luther King Jr. week celebrates diversity with gospel extravaganza, interfaith prayer service, candlelight march

Emily Drinks January 22, 2015 0

Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) week at Elizabethtown College finds different ways to celebrate diversity on campus. Etown first began celebrating the week in 2005. The program has grown from a one-day celebration to

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Fritz explores the character of Phyllis in English madrigals

Emily Drinks November 19, 2014 0

Dr. Matthew Fritz, associate professor of music, gave a presentation titled “Secular Music of the Renaissance” at Elizabethtown College on Thursday, Nov. 13, which explored the character of Phyllis in English madrigals. Fritz’s presentation

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Haar and Cassel explain health care costs, importance of benefits

Emily Drinks November 5, 2014 0

Janine Haar, Elizabethtown College’s health consultant from Benecon, and Capital Blue Cross Benefit Specialist Dana Cassel presented “Know Your Benefits,” the first of a series of discussions on utilizing health benefits. Haar first explained

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Author speaks on self-publishing, rising popularity of digital publishing

Author speaks on self-publishing, rising popularity of digital publishing

Emily Drinks October 30, 2014 0

“Where are people going to buy copies of the book, if they buy copies at all? Well, the answer is obviously online,” Robert Swartwood said. He spoke about his experience with self-publishing at Bowers

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