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First-year discusses personal growth between fall, spring semesters

Erik Spiller April 3, 2014 0

I can honestly say that none of the expectations I had for completing my spring semester have gone as planned; that isn’t a bad thing. When it comes to transitioning from fall semester into

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‘Mississippi Masala’ film highlights importance of cross-cultural relations

‘Mississippi Masala’ film highlights importance of cross-cultural relations

Erik Spiller March 27, 2014 0

On March 25 at 7 p.m. in Gibble Auditorium, the film “Mississippi Masala” was shown for the college community. In the film, African American and Indian cultures combine and collide when it comes to

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Campus Security implements Blue Note method to enforce overall safety

Campus Security implements Blue Note method to enforce overall safety

Erik Spiller February 20, 2014 0

Campus Security has been working with the campus community to improve safety procedures. Campus Security has implemented a new method of ensuring campus safety. The user-friendly plan to leave Blue Notes indicates when specific

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Wrestling competes at Pete Wilson-Wheaton Invitational

Wrestling competes at Pete Wilson-Wheaton Invitational

Erik Spiller February 5, 2014 0

“Anything is possible,” was the tone set by Elizabethtown College’s wrestling team this past weekend at the Pete Wilson-Wheaton (III) Invitational. The Pete Wilson-Wheaton (III) Invitational is a large tournament in which 30 DIII

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