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Human trafficking awareness month events hosted by Office of Center for Community and Civic Engagement

Samantha Weiss January 28, 2016 0

According to United States Department of State, human trafficking is defined as “the act of recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing, or obtaining a person for compelled labor or commercial sex acts through the use of

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French table offers new opportunity for high school, college students to interact, cooperate on language learning objectives

Samantha Weiss September 25, 2015 0

Every second and fourth Thursdays, Elizabethtown’s popular café, Folklore is filled with the sounds of French speakers. Over coffee and snacks, French students talk with Dr. Vanessa Borilot, Elizabethtown College French professor, and Mrs.

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International Peace Day planned, celebrated by music students

Samantha Weiss September 25, 2015 0

Senior music therapy major Abby Whitmoyer greeted people at the BSC doors with a joyful “happy peace day” and a flyer explaining International Peace Day and the music department’s involvement Sept. 15, 2015. Meanwhile,

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Arctic sustainability research brings anthropology professor to University of Iceland

Samantha Weiss September 25, 2015 0

As an anthropology major in college and graduate school, Dr. Robert Wheelersburg was required to pick a region of the world that interested him. He decided against the most common regions and chose the

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New area coordinator takes steps towards future goals with first job

Samantha Weiss September 25, 2015 0

“You will reach the highest level of your profession.” It was this fortune cookie that convinced Victor Osorio to dream big and keep working towards those dreams. After graduating from Alfred University in May

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Senior promotes saying no on a “yes” campus, gives advice for students involved in too many activities, jobs

Samantha Weiss September 17, 2015 0

I can remember my family seeing me off to college with well-intentioned advice. They urged me to take advantage of all that Elizabethtown College had to offer. They wanted me to make the most

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Business professor studies sustainable workplace practices, green employees in Durham

Business professor studies sustainable workplace practices, green employees in Durham

Samantha Weiss September 11, 2015 0

Whether she is encouraging students in her business classes to minimize print documents or carrying plastic bottles home to assure they are properly recycled, Dr. Cristina Ciocirlan is constantly looking for ways to promote

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Benefits of long-term, short-term study abroad weighed against each other

Benefits of long-term, short-term study abroad weighed against each other

Samantha Weiss September 2, 2015 0

Elizabethtown College prides itself on its mission to develop students into leaders, both in their own communities and globally. While this goal is pursued in all departments and disciplines, the Study Abroad Office is

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Etownian staff member shares study abroad experience

Samantha Weiss March 18, 2015 0

One month ago, I stepped off the plane in a foreign country where I didn’t know the language, the lifestyle or how much to tip a cab driver. (Just a hint: in Morocco, they

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Thanksgiving dinner, tree lighting events are festive tradition

Thanksgiving dinner, tree lighting events are festive tradition

Samantha Weiss November 19, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College prides itself on building and maintaining a community feel between students, faculty and staff. In order to uphold this standard, the College has adapted several traditions unique to Etown. These traditions are

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