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Into the Streets provides chance to volunteer in community

Into the Streets provides chance to volunteer in community

Emily Drinks October 30, 2014 0

Into the Streets is part of how Elizabethtown College fulfills its motto of “educate for service.” Into the Streets is a yearly event that happens on a Saturday. The event allows students to volunteer

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Comedian Matt Bellace discusses natural highs, relaxation without drugs

Emily Drinks October 29, 2014 0

Matt Bellace led a presentation on how to get high naturally that incorporated comedy and audience participation at Elizabethtown College on Sunday, Oct. 26. Bellace began his presentation by asking four female audience members

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M&M Mars lecturer discusses workplace motivation theories

Emily Drinks October 22, 2014 0

M&M Mars lecturer Matthew Kirk delved into what motivates employees as part of the M&M Mars Lecture Series on Friday, Oct. 17. Kirk has worked for the Benecon Group since 2008. He was the

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DeGoede designs new device for The Gambia

Emily Drinks October 16, 2014 0

Dr. Kurt DeGoede, professor of engineering and physics, discussed the work he has been doing with Elizabethtown College students in the Gambia to help develop better technology in the country on Tuesday, Oct. 14.

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Called to Lead challenges students to define, identify leadership traits

Emily Drinks September 11, 2014 0

“Leadership is something you can use in almost every situation in life, regardless of your official title,” Stacey Zimmerman, the assistant director of Called to Lead, said while facilitating the event “What Does Leadership

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Capital One legal expert discusses risk management within businesses

Capital One legal expert discusses risk management within businesses

Emily Drinks April 30, 2014 0

Steve Gannon, deputy general counsel of Capital One, spoke on risk management in businesses at Elizabethtown College on Wednesday, April 30. Gannon oversees Capital One’s legal department, which includes the corporate transactions, regulatory, banking,

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McFadyen-Ketchum reads poems from book ‘Ghost Gear’

McFadyen-Ketchum reads poems from book ‘Ghost Gear’

Emily Drinks April 10, 2014 0

Poet Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum, author of “Ghost Gear,” visited Elizabethtown College on Friday, April 6, as part of his book tour. “Poetry is really a true collaboration with the world,” he said. McFadyen-Ketchum derived some

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‘Diversity of Pro-Life Movement’ event sparks abortion debate

Emily Drinks April 3, 2014 0

On Friday, March 28 in Brinser Lecture Hall, Dr. Grant Clark and Karen Shablin told their personal stories about abortion and why they support a pro-life movement at Elizabethtown College. Clark had been the

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Mark Kiselica speaks on the challenges of adolescent fathers in faculty lecture

Emily Drinks March 27, 2014 0

Dr. Mark Kiselica, an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow, presented on the troubles teenage fathers face in “The Complicated Worlds of Adolescent Fathers: Implications for Clinical Practice, Public Policy and Research” on Tuesday,

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Political scientist discusses tuition costs

Emily Drinks March 19, 2014 0

Dr. Robert Weissberg, author of “Bad Students, Not Bad Schools,” presented his lecture “Cutting Tuition while Learning Economics” on Wednesday, March 19 in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center.  Weissberg discussed ways to effectively lower

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