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Strengths and Creative Arts Night helps celebrate students’ strengths

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale August 27, 2017 0

 Students attending the Scholarship and Creative Arts Night reflect on their strengths and unwind with arts and crafts and an open mic after SCAD. Photo Credit: Shane Bahn The Scholarship and Creative Arts Day

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Faculty lecture connects communications, business success strategies

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale February 15, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College’s Spring 2017 Faculty Scholarship Lecture on business communication strategies was held Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Susquehanna Room of Myer Hall. Led by Dr. Tamara Gillis, professor of communications,

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RAs assist the community on MLK day, volunteer for ECHOS

RAs assist the community on MLK day, volunteer for ECHOS

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale February 2, 2017 0

Every year, the Corporation for National and Community Service calls upon individuals and groups around the country to participate in MLK Day of Service by volunteering in their communities and addressing some the nation’s

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Multimedia performance celebrates King’s dream, video, song combined

Multimedia performance celebrates King’s dream, video, song combined

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale February 2, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College honored the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a week-long celebration that began Monday, Jan. 16 and continued through Saturday, Jan. 21. Throughout the week, the

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Students react to presidential election, discuss media scandals, Trump policies

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale December 8, 2016 0

I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United

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Students argue whether current events belong in the classroom, campus keeps them informed

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale November 17, 2016 0

Between classes, tests, studying, finding time to eat and socializing, students in today’s world are finding it difficult to stay “plugged in” to current events. While many college students’ mornings begin with rolling over

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Students attending Trump rally receive violent threats, question supporters of newly elected US president

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale November 10, 2016 0

Racist slurs. Sexist attacks. Hateful rhetoric. What do these things have in common? They can all be found at a Donald Trump rally. It frankly doesn’t matter who you support, whether you lean left

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Soar Above Hate training works to decrease diversity-related issues

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale November 10, 2016 0

After last year’s bias-related incident involving slurs written on white boards in Esbenshade, student groups across campus have joined together to speak out against hateful speech and actions. Noir, Elizabethtown College’s student diversity union,

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Groups on campus, in community support local homeless

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale November 3, 2016 0

Individuals experiencing homelessness are frequently stigmatized and misrepresented by mainstream media. While there are plenty of cases where mental health and substance abuse have contributed to an individual’s experience with homelessness, the majority of

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Campus fails to provide students with reliable transportation off campus

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale October 20, 2016 0

Elizabethtown College prides itself on being a residential campus, where a majority of students choose not to go home on the weekends. Most students will agree that residential life at Etown is comfortable due

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