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Student Wellness raises awareness of mental health concerns

Student Wellness raises awareness of mental health concerns

Justin Pechulis September 18, 2014 0

This week at Elizabethtown College, Student Wellness organized a mental health awareness week, titled MIND Your Health, which offered  a number of different events designed to help bring awareness to the importance of mental

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North explains workplace culture, responsibilities of business leaders

North explains workplace culture, responsibilities of business leaders

Amber Mangabat September 18, 2014 0

Roger North, president and founder of the North Group Consultants, spoke to business students on Friday, Sept. 12 as part of the M&M Mars Executive Lecture Series. His seminar, titled “Culture Eats Strategy for

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Called to Lead event considers legacies

Called to Lead event considers legacies

Olivia Fryberger September 18, 2014 0

A session was conducted by Stacey Zimmerman, assistant director of Called to Lead, this past Friday, Sept. 12 to discuss how to live and lead with purpose. Called to Lead is a leadership development

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Spanish program used to immerse children in language, give students service experience

Spanish program used to immerse children in language, give students service experience

Gwen Fries September 18, 2014 0

Every Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 6:50 p.m., one professor, two Spanish education students, two service learning students and eight children meet in Nicarry 104 and 106 to learn Spanish in an immersive environment.

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Religious studies professor speaks about Vedanta’s effects on popular culture

Religious studies professor speaks about Vedanta’s effects on popular culture

Kacie Hallman September 18, 2014 0

At 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 15 in the Susquehanna Room, Dr. Jeffery Long,  professor of religion and Asian studies,  delivered a lecture about what he said is his favorite topic to present. Long

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Alumni display artwork in Lyet Gallery, allow viewers to develop their own reactions

Alumni display artwork in Lyet Gallery, allow viewers to develop their own reactions

Shane Bahn September 18, 2014 0

On September 12 at 5 p.m., the opening reception showing the artwork of two Elizabethtown College alumni was opened to the public in the Lyet Gallery in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. Kristina Funk

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McDougle suggests, demonstrates pedagogical techniques for music

McDougle suggests, demonstrates pedagogical techniques for music

The Etownian September 11, 2014 0

Lauren McDougle from the Organization of American Kodály Educators held a workshop on musical accompaniments Saturday, Sept. 6 for music education and education majors. The organization promotes an approach to music education developed by

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Called to Lead challenges students to define, identify leadership traits

Called to Lead challenges students to define, identify leadership traits

Emily Drinks September 11, 2014 0

“Leadership is something you can use in almost every situation in life, regardless of your official title,” Stacey Zimmerman, the assistant director of Called to Lead, said while facilitating the event “What Does Leadership

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Craig speaks about ISIS formation, effects on Syria-U.S. relations

Craig speaks about ISIS formation, effects on Syria-U.S. relations

Gwen Fries September 11, 2014 0

On Monday, Sept. 8, the Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking hosted a lecture by Elizabethtown College’s Ambassador in Residence John B. Craig entitled “Terrorism and the Iran Revolution: ISIS in Syria.” Craig began

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Ashley amuses students using everyday situations, promotes optimism

Ashley amuses students using everyday situations, promotes optimism

Emily Vasa September 11, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College students welcomed rising comedian Tracey Ashley with thunderous applause Thursday, Sept. 4. Ashley and her audience developed such friendly interactions that Ashley extended her set and stayed afterward to interact with several

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