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Class of 2018 begins sophomore year with semi-formal dinner, information session encouraging use of various campus programs

Gwen Fries September 25, 2015 0

Sophomore Blue Jays flocked to the KAV for this year’s Sophomore Year Experience Opening Dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Begun as a way to welcome sophomores back to Elizabethtown College, bring the class together,

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Liberal Arts Living Learning Community annual programs underway

Gwen Fries September 17, 2015 0

The Liberal Arts Residence Living Learning Community in Myer Residential Hall has begun their programing for the fall semester, including Hump Day Café, Alpha Achievers and Fantabulous Fridays and Myer office hours. Hump Day

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Blue Jays return to the nest, join faculty, staff

Blue Jays return to the nest, join faculty, staff

Gwen Fries September 11, 2015 0

With the addition of Chris Morgan, ’91, as Elizabethtown College’s new athletic director, one can’t help but take note of the number of alumni who now serve the College as faculty members and staff.

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Benowitz discusses new book regarding history of borough

Benowitz discusses new book regarding history of borough

Gwen Fries September 11, 2015 0

In the winter of 2014, Professor Jean-Paul Benowitz, director of Student Transition Programs and assistant director of Academic Advising, began to write his third book, Elizabethtown, at the request of Arcadia Publishing. The book

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College announces graduation speakers for traditional, SCPS ceremonies

College announces graduation speakers for traditional, SCPS ceremonies

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

A Campus News email distributed on Friday, April 10 announced the speakers for commencement ceremonies of both the traditional school and School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS). E. Roe Stamps IV will speak

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Stamps program students attend convention, meet other scholars

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

Sixteen Elizabethtown College students flew down to Atlanta, Ga. to attend the third biennial National Stamps Scholar Convention at the Georgia Institute of Technology this past weekend. The students, accompanied by Dr. Jean Pretz,

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Global Talent, Fashion Show celebrates variety of cultures

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

On Sunday, April 12, the Office of International Student Services collaborated with the No Boundaries Club to perform a “Global Talent and Fashion Show” to an audience of over 100 residents of the Masonic

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Junior offers advice for pushing through final weeks of semester

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

The end of April is always ridiculously busy. The projects that you cringed just reading about during syllabus week are due, and every activity including TGIS, recitals, banquets and SCAD are here. It would

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Foreign language requirement offers important balance to well-rounded education

Foreign language requirement offers important balance to well-rounded education

Gwen Fries April 1, 2015 0

In order to satisfy the requirements laid out by the Core Program, students must take a “Power of Language” course studying either a modern or ancient foreign language. The College deems knowledge of a

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Dance Team, vocalists join together for “One Elle of a Night”

Gwen Fries March 25, 2015 0

On March 22, the Elizabethtown College Dance Team sponsored “One Elle of a Night” in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. The event raised over $1,500 through admission and raffle ticket sales and was able

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