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Student Senate discusses hazing, reviews ethicality of campus traditions

Kelly Bergh September 11, 2015 0

A debate about hazing took up the majority of the Student Senate meeting on Thursday, Sept. 10. Student representatives from all four classes identified campus activities that may be in violation of Elizabethtown College’s

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First-year class makes history as most diverse ever

Kelly Bergh September 11, 2015 0

The Class of 2019 is the most ethnically diverse class that Elizabethtown College has ever seen. Seventy-three students identify as a minority coming from an underrepresented ethnic background. Last year, all of the departments

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Honors students to present at national conference next semester

Kelly Bergh April 29, 2015 0

On Tuesday, April 21 the National Collegiate Honors Council accepted the project proposal of three representatives of the Elizabethtown College Honors Program. Sophomore Tyler Latshaw, senior Phil Belder and assistant professor of political science

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SCAD events celebrate scholarship

SCAD events celebrate scholarship

Kelly Bergh April 29, 2015 0

Students from every discipline on campus dressed up to celebrate and, for some, to present during the 8th annual Scholarship and Creative Arts Days hosted at Elizabethtown College from April 20 to April 22.

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Model United Nations class attends national conference in New York City

Kelly Bergh April 15, 2015 0

Late last month, students in Elizabethtown College’s Model United Nations course attended the National Model United Nations conference in New York City to participate in simulated UN committees. From March 22 to March 26,

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First Momentum cohort reaches end of undergraduate years

First Momentum cohort reaches end of undergraduate years

Kelly Bergh April 15, 2015 0

On April 7, the first Momentum cohort looked back at their time and forward to their graduation this May with a celebratory dinner. Momentum is a program that incoming first-years who are first generation

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Political science professor wins first Kreider prize

Political science professor wins first Kreider prize

Kelly Bergh April 15, 2015 0

Dr. Oya Dursun-Ozkanca, associate professor of political science, was announced as the first recipient of Elizabethtown College’s Kreider Prize for Teaching Excellence. She will be officially recognized during Commencement this May and at Opening

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Pulitzer Prize winner gives 2015 Ware Lecture, addresses activism

Pulitzer Prize winner gives 2015 Ware Lecture, addresses activism

Kelly Bergh April 15, 2015 0

On Monday, April 13 Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof delivered Elizabethtown College’s 2015 Ware lecture, during which he discussed his work as a journalist and human rights activist. The Ware lecture,

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Ants march on campus as warm weather arrives

Kelly Bergh April 1, 2015 0

With spring comes warm weather, and with warm weather comes bugs. This week, Elizabethtown College sent an email to students warning them of the impending march of ants on campus. Mark Zimmerman, director of

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Professor of religious studies publishes book on public figure Mister Rogers’ pacifism, peace promotion

Kelly Bergh April 1, 2015 0

Elizabethtown College associate professor of religious studies and peace and conflict studies Dr. Michael G. Long is the author of “Peaceful Neighbor: Discovering The Countercultural Mister Rogers,” released on March 13. The book takes

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