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New Study Abroad Advisor talks about her time spent at Etown

New Study Abroad Advisor talks about her time spent at Etown

Rachel Lee November 17, 2017 0

Would you work for your school? Elizabethtown College graduate Megan Bell ’14 currently works as a study abroad advisor at the Etown Study Abroad Office. While at Etown, Bell majored in corporate communications with

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Career Expo prepares students for the future

Career Expo prepares students for the future

Rachel Lee November 9, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College hosts a variety of events to help students prepare for the future. Friday, Nov. 3, the Job, Internship and Graduate School Expo took place in Thompson Gymnasium from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30

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Live connected: new learning outcome, program theme for Residence life

Live connected: new learning outcome, program theme for Residence life

Rachel Lee November 2, 2017 0

How do resident assistants (RAs), Area Coordinators and the Office of Residence Life as a whole help students at Elizabethtown College? For this academic year, the Office of Residence Life has launched a new

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Discovering differences in gender ratios according to major

Discovering differences in gender ratios according to major

Rachel Lee October 20, 2017 0

Does gender affect what major college students choose? Nationally, some majors have relatively even gender ratios, while others have more uneven gender ratios. What causes this? There are several possible answers, and each major

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Etown alumna now lives in Mexico and co-owns two companies

Etown alumna now lives in Mexico and co-owns two companies

Rachel Lee October 20, 2017 0

Where will your major take you? Elizabethtown College graduate Stephanie Watts ‘93 majored in business administration with a concentration in international business management and a minor in French. She currently lives in Puerto Vallarta,

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Afternoon craft talk leads students to write creatively about photos

Afternoon craft talk leads students to write creatively about photos

Rachel Lee October 20, 2017 0

You’re making the painting speak, the sculpture speak,” poet Julia Spicher Kasdorf said during her craft talk Thursday, Oct. 12, in the Bowers Writers House. Spicher Kasdorf spoke about the relationship between poetry and

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Fellinger shares his story, reflecting on his past jobs and works of fiction

Rachel Lee September 29, 2017 0

Writers can wear many hats throughout their careers. This is true for Writing Fellow in the Writing Wing at Elizabethtown College Richard Fellinger. He has been a journalist, short story writer and is now

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Professor reads novel to audience in High Library

Rachel Lee September 29, 2017 0

Write about what you know and let your imagination go with it,” Writing Fellow in the Writing Wing Richard Fellinger said during his reading in the High Library Monday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.

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College Alumnus located in Thailand enjoys traveling and trying unique food

College Alumnus located in Thailand enjoys traveling and trying unique food

Rachel Lee September 22, 2017 0

Where are Elizabethtown College alumni now? They are all over the world. Corey Thomas, ‘07, has lived in Africa and currently resides with his wife Amanda Lalley in Bangkok, the capital and largest urban

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Students work at National Park and go on Summer Archaeology Dig

Rachel Lee September 14, 2017 0

Photo courtesy of Delaney Dammeyer What did you do over the summer? This question has been circling around the Elizabethtown College campus as the first two weeks of classes have come and gone. For

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