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M&M Mars lecturer details business culture, leadership skills

M&M Mars lecturer details business culture, leadership skills

Noel Abastillas November 19, 2014 0

On Friday, Nov. 14, Scott Rogers spoke as part of the M&M Mars Executive Lecture Series. Rogers is the President of the Glatfelter Agency, a full service insurance agency for personal, business and commercial

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Fritz explores the character of Phyllis in English madrigals

Fritz explores the character of Phyllis in English madrigals

Emily Drinks November 19, 2014 0

Dr. Matthew Fritz, associate professor of music, gave a presentation titled “Secular Music of the Renaissance” at Elizabethtown College on Thursday, Nov. 13, which explored the character of Phyllis in English madrigals. Fritz’s presentation

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Spence explains music selection, educational, entertaining pieces

Spence explains music selection, educational, entertaining pieces

Justin Pechulis November 19, 2014 0

On Sunday, Nov. 16 in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center, the Department of Fine and Performing Arts hosted a performance by the Elizabethtown College Community Orchestra. The orchestra is made up of 78 musicians,

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Grimm encourages students to pursue writing, publishing

Grimm encourages students to pursue writing, publishing

Corinne McCarthy November 19, 2014 0

Adjunct Faculty Member of the English Department Tyler Grimm’s students might be surprised to learn that Grimm did not know he wanted to be a writer until his junior year of college. Grimm revealed

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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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Yorty explains difficulties facing women entering a STEM career

Yorty explains difficulties facing women entering a STEM career

Ashley Reeb November 19, 2014 0

“I’m in the minority,” Associate Professor of Molecular Biology Dr. Jodi Yorty said as she began to discuss her vocational calling to a field where women are not always expected. As part of the

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Robert Johansen lectures on six guidelines for global peacebuilding

Robert Johansen lectures on six guidelines for global peacebuilding

Kayleigh Kuykendall November 19, 2014 0

On Tuesday, Nov. 11, Dr. Robert Johansen, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Peace Studies at Notre Dame University and founding faculty member of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, one of the

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Senior entrepreneur Quinn Nadu produces Redemption Calls for goose, duck hunting

Senior entrepreneur Quinn Nadu produces Redemption Calls for goose, duck hunting

Emily Vasa November 19, 2014 0

Senior business major Quinn Nadu has had a mind for entrepreneurship since he was in high school. He has since created and maintained his own business, Redemption Calls, manufacturing and selling duck and goose

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Eli Hastings discusses trauma writing, narrative therapy, explains importance of narrative, storytelling for helping fragmented memories

Eli Hastings discusses trauma writing, narrative therapy, explains importance of narrative, storytelling for helping fragmented memories

Noel Abastillas November 19, 2014 0

On Monday Nov. 10, Bowers Writers House held an afternoon craft talk and evening reading with memoirist and therapist Eli Hastings. Hastings discussed the craft of trauma writing and later gave a reading of

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Office of International Student Services holds information tables, special dinner as part of International Education Week

Office of International Student Services holds information tables, special dinner as part of International Education Week

Ryan Schwark November 19, 2014 0

Asking Elizabethtown College students about the weather at this time of year is usually met with complaints about frigid temperatures from legions of chattering teeth. The same question asked closer to the equator would

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