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Circle K’s Caitlin’s Smiles event helps make cards for kids in hospital

Circle K’s Caitlin’s Smiles event helps make cards for kids in hospital

Mikenna Lehane November 17, 2017 0

Monday, Nov. 13 from 6-8 p.m. the Koon’s Activity Venue (KAV) was full of people busy working on different crafts to give to children in hospitals. The event was put on by Circle K

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Author shares his experiences growing up as a Muslim in America

Author shares his experiences growing up as a Muslim in America

Katie Weiler November 17, 2017 0

The Bowers Writers House was filled with an abundance of laughter Monday, Nov. 13 as author Haroon Moghul shared his story with a comedic approach. Moghul’s most recent book is titled “How to be

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New Study Abroad Advisor talks about her time spent at Etown

New Study Abroad Advisor talks about her time spent at Etown

Rachel Lee November 17, 2017 0

Would you work for your school? Elizabethtown College graduate Megan Bell ’14 currently works as a study abroad advisor at the Etown Study Abroad Office. While at Etown, Bell majored in corporate communications with

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Panel on reform lines up with anniversary of Protestant Reformation

Panel on reform lines up with anniversary of Protestant Reformation

Brianna Titi November 17, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College hosted an event Tuesday, Nov. 14, sponsored by the Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies about three different reform movements and leaders: Martin Luther, John Calvin and Swiss Anabaptists. Each speaker

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Final event of World War I lecture series shares view from the East

Final event of World War I lecture series shares view from the East

Aprille Mohn November 17, 2017 0

Monday, Nov. 13, the High Library hosted the last installment of the World War I and America program for the fall 2017 semester. The lecture featured Dr. David Kenley, the Director of the Center

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Governor visits Etown’s solar field to announce new solar energy bill

Governor visits Etown’s solar field to announce new solar energy bill

Meghan Kenney November 17, 2017 0

Monday, Nov. 13, at 10 a.m., Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf greeted government officials and Elizabethtown College students and faculty at the College’s solar field to sign House Bill 118, which encourages Pennsylvanians to produce

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First play of the year “Medea” is a classic adaption of the original play

First play of the year “Medea” is a classic adaption of the original play

Brianna Titi November 2, 2017 0

Elizabethtown’s Tempest Theatre is hosting its first play of the year this upcoming week. “Medea” was originally written in 430 B.C. and has had multiple adaptations since. Etown’s theatre department is doing Liz Lochhead’s

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Live connected: new learning outcome, program theme for Residence life

Live connected: new learning outcome, program theme for Residence life

Rachel Lee November 2, 2017 0

How do resident assistants (RAs), Area Coordinators and the Office of Residence Life as a whole help students at Elizabethtown College? For this academic year, the Office of Residence Life has launched a new

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Bowers speaker shares personal story in creative writing essay

Bowers speaker shares personal story in creative writing essay

Sofia Jurado November 2, 2017 0

Monday, Oct. 30, students gathered at the Bowers Writers House to hear a reading from speaker Jessica McCaughey. McCaughey is an assistant professor of academic and professional writing at George Washington University. She developed

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Senate’s annual Trunk-or-treating event brings kids to campus

Senate’s annual Trunk-or-treating event brings kids to campus

Katie Weiler November 2, 2017 0

Monday, Oct. 30, only a day before Halloween, was the day of the annual Trunk-or-Treat event in the parking lot of Elizabethtown College’s Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. The event was held to let

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