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Senior recitals demonstrate richness and diversity of Etown campus community

Senior recitals demonstrate richness and diversity of Etown campus community

Grace Marchione April 1, 2015 0

Each year, Elizabethtown College students demonstrate their knowledge and skills through various formal assessments. Typically, these include portfolios, presentations and papers. However, there is one type of project which rarely receives the attention it

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Foreign language requirement offers important balance to well-rounded education

Foreign language requirement offers important balance to well-rounded education

Gwen Fries April 1, 2015 0

In order to satisfy the requirements laid out by the Core Program, students must take a “Power of Language” course studying either a modern or ancient foreign language. The College deems knowledge of a

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Substance-free residence program represents an important addition to traditional on-campus housing options

Substance-free residence program represents an important addition to traditional on-campus housing options

Clark Stefanic April 1, 2015 0

When I was in high school, there always seemed to be a stigma my parents held about time I spent away from home. If I were to ever head out for more than just

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Gender-neutral housing provides progressive, necessary option for LGBTQ-identifying students living on campus

Gender-neutral housing provides progressive, necessary option for LGBTQ-identifying students living on campus

Tara Siano April 1, 2015 0

According to the 2010 United States Census, only .3 percent of Americans are transgender. However, despite a limited population, Elizabethtown College has offered up a generous number of rooms to gender-neutral housing, and for

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Professors stress importance of core classes in becoming well-rounded thinkers

Professors stress importance of core classes in becoming well-rounded thinkers

Abigail Piskel March 25, 2015 0

Core classes: we love them, and yet we hate them at the same time. We come to school to learn more about our intended fields so we can apply our knowledge to get jobs.

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Student comments on nature of social sub-groups on campus, visible effects

Student comments on nature of social sub-groups on campus, visible effects

Connor Burke March 25, 2015 0

“But what we found out that each one of us is a brain, and an athlete, and a basket case, a princess, and a criminal. Does that answer your question?” With those words, the

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Competitive natures cause tension in intramural sports

Competitive natures cause tension in intramural sports

Chris Friedkin March 25, 2015 0

Students who play intramurals have different views on how the sports should be played. Some say that intramurals should be less competitive, while others think they should be more competitive. When students sign up

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Closing of Sweet Briar College alarms, brings liberal arts into question

Closing of Sweet Briar College alarms, brings liberal arts into question

Kelly Bergh March 25, 2015 0

Almost a century ago, in 1921, Albert Einstein emphasized to Thomas Edison what the majority of our country today seems to have forgotten: “The value of an education in a liberal arts college is

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FASHION COLUMN

FASHION COLUMN

Emily Lidstone March 19, 2015 0

Years ago, it seemed to me that dark, black clothing meant a dark personality. To wear black every day was to express to the world that you had a dark soul and a disdain

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) causes depression in campus community during fall, winter months

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) causes depression in campus community during fall, winter months

Elinor Curry March 19, 2015 0

For people like me, the coming of spring means more than just melting snow and warmer, longer days. I, like many, have seasonal depression. Getting through the winter seems impossible to me. As the

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