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The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: What is the significance of the impending DACA deal?

The Weekly Chirp: Students, faculty weigh in: What is the significance of the impending DACA deal?

Emma Knight February 15, 2018 0

Monday, March 5, President Donald Trump plans to repeal the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) unless new legislation is passed. DACA refers to a protection policy that affects people who came to

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Album of PA native moody, memorable

Album of PA native moody, memorable

Samantha Romberger February 15, 2018 0

Pennsylvania native Matthew Tyler Musto, who goes by the stage-name “blackbear,” (stylized lowercase) released his third studio album, “digital druglord,” April 21, 2017. It was preceded by promotional single “Do Re Mi,” which hit

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Photography Contest Finalist

Photography Contest Finalist

The Etownian February 15, 2018 0

First-year student Miranda Fedor is a finalist in the Photographer’s Forum annual photography contest. This photo was selected out of over 12,000 entries from around the world and will be published in Photographer’s Forum,

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#Throwback Thursday Review: Highlights of 2009’s “The Time That Remains”

#Throwback Thursday Review: Highlights of 2009’s “The Time That Remains”

Kenyon Tarquinio February 15, 2018 0

I love a good Throwback Thursday, especially when I neglect to go to the theaters. It’s cold outside; can you blame me? I am also a firm believer that it is never too late

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Business Profile: Trellis Marketplace has something in store for every shopper

Business Profile: Trellis Marketplace has something in store for every shopper

Jennifer Beihoff February 15, 2018 0

The Trellis Marketplace is a small-scale shopping mall full of diverse goods sold by small business vendors. The marketplace is currently home to around 25 vendors from locally grown businesses. These vendors are spread

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Students, faculty weigh in on national debate: Was government shutdown necessary?

Students, faculty weigh in on national debate: Was government shutdown necessary?

Delaney Dammeyer February 1, 2018 0

The U.S. government briefly shut down Saturday, Jan. 20. As Congress members struggled to reach a decision on the “Dreamers” bill, members passed a movement not to fund the government until an agreement was

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Movie Review: “The Greatest Showman” a sanitized spectacle

Movie Review: “The Greatest Showman” a sanitized spectacle

Andrew Hrip February 1, 2018 0

Everybody enjoys seeing one form of entertainment or another. Whether it be a movie, theatrical performance, sporting event or concert, there is always something out there that can provide a temporary escape for people

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The rise of a new gaming era

The rise of a new gaming era

The Etownian February 1, 2018 0

The untamed roar of the crowd, the tightening of your chest and the rush of adrenaline. It sounds all too familiar. If you haven’t felt it personally, you probably know someone who has, or

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Business Profile: Julienne Sushi adds new, different flavor to Etown community

Business Profile: Julienne Sushi adds new, different flavor to Etown community

Jennifer Beihoff February 1, 2018 0

Julienne Sushi is a seafood restaurant and sushi bar centrally located at 19 East High Street, just off South Market Street, in the heart of Elizabethtown. After a year of renovations, the shop opened

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“Jumanji” sequel meets subpar expectations

“Jumanji” sequel meets subpar expectations

Kenyon Tarquinio January 25, 2018 0

The recent string of sequels to 90s movies closed out 2017 with the release of “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.” While I originally vowed to never see this film, my opinion was swayed by

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