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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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Blue Jays Abroad Spotlight: First student studying in Granada, Spain

Blue Jays Abroad Spotlight: First student studying in Granada, Spain

Rachel Lee February 2, 2017 0

Immersion is the best way to learn a language, and studying abroad gives students the opportunity to take advantage of being immersed in a different culture. This semester, senior Maria Boretti and I are

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Campus Security accepting canned food for unpaid tickets

Rachel Lee December 8, 2016 0

Campus Security launched its second annual Food for Fines campaign Monday, Nov. 28. They are accepting canned goods and other items as payment for unpaid parking tickets. Students, faculty and staff can drop off

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Faculty artists display creative works in month-long Zug Hall exhibition

Faculty artists display creative works in month-long Zug Hall exhibition

Rachel Lee November 17, 2016 0

This work and “Corn-Chips” were inspired by farming, according to Friedly. He was inspired by his heritage and the local area. His father came from a farming village in Switzerland. “The farming makes me

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Students ‘become more globally minded’ with International Education Week

Students ‘become more globally minded’ with International Education Week

Rachel Lee November 10, 2016 0

The goal of International Education Week is to help Etown campus become more globally minded, more internationalized. We highlight a lot of different cultures and make Etown students aware of what’s going on in

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Most modern musical ever performed at College opens

Rachel Lee November 3, 2016 0

The Elizabethtown College production of “Spring Awakening” opened Thursday, Oct. 27. This musical was originally produced in 2006 and is the most modern musical students have performed at Etown to date. The musical was

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Student-Athlete Mentors sponsors campaign against drunk driving

Student-Athlete Mentors sponsors campaign against drunk driving

Rachel Lee October 20, 2016 0

For the first time, Elizabethtown College Student-Athlete Mentors (SAMs) hosted the Blue Jays Never Drive Drunk Campaign Tuesday, Oct. 18 in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. Erin Coombs from the Edward Taylor Coombs (ETC)

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