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Etown hosts day-long training, discusses teaching Shakespeare

Etown hosts day-long training, discusses teaching Shakespeare

Samantha Romberger November 17, 2016 0

April 23, 1616, roughly 400 years ago, the legendary William Shakespeare passed away. To honor his life and works, the Folger Shakespeare Library of Washington D.C. is touring the First Folio. The First Folio,

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Faculty artists display creative works in month-long Zug Hall exhibition

Faculty artists display creative works in month-long Zug Hall exhibition

Rachel Lee November 17, 2016 0

This work and “Corn-Chips” were inspired by farming, according to Friedly. He was inspired by his heritage and the local area. His father came from a farming village in Switzerland. “The farming makes me

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Actor performs interactive show, holds workshop for students

Actor performs interactive show, holds workshop for students

Matthew Vancleef November 17, 2016 0

New York City actor Louis Butelli performed a one-man show in the Tempest Theater Sunday, Nov. 13 at 2 p.m. Commissioned by the Folger Shakespeare Library, Butelli and his colleagues wrote the show entitled

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Award-winning author leads interactive writing workshop

Award-winning author leads interactive writing workshop

Amity Radcliffe November 17, 2016 0

Monday, Nov. 14, Bowers Writers House hosted a craft talk and evening reading with author Jeffrey Ethan Lee. Lee is a fiction and poetry writer who has written many award-winning books, including “identity papers,”

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Music department presents Shakespeare-oriented event

Music department presents Shakespeare-oriented event

Aileen Ida November 17, 2016 0

As Shakespeare’s First Folio comes to Elizabethtown College, a long list of other events related to Shakespeare and his influence on the arts are taking place across campus. One such event, entitled If Music

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Mosaic House sponsors Black Lives Matter discussion, vigil

Mosaic House sponsors Black Lives Matter discussion, vigil

Delaney Dammeyer November 17, 2016 0

Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., the Mosaic House hosted an event centered on the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Students and faculty held a Respecting All Perspectives (RAP) discussion in the house. Later,

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Group meditation held in library, discussions follow

Group meditation held in library, discussions follow

Aileen Ida November 10, 2016 0

I’m interested in alternative states of consciousness, which is my thesis project, and I wanted to experiment,” said senior psychology and philosophy major Andrew Kile in regard to the meditation event recently held in

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Soar Above Hate training works to decrease diversity-related issues

Soar Above Hate training works to decrease diversity-related issues

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale November 10, 2016 0

After last year’s bias-related incident involving slurs written on white boards in Esbenshade, student groups across campus have joined together to speak out against hateful speech and actions. Noir, Elizabethtown College’s student diversity union,

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First Folio! events kick off with Shakespeare-themed student art exhibit

First Folio! events kick off with Shakespeare-themed student art exhibit

Mikenna Lehane November 10, 2016 0

From Nov. 10 to Dec. 4, the High Library represents the exhibition of the First Folio!: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare. Courtesy of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., the exhibition honors

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Panel discusses possible effects of presidential election results

Panel discusses possible effects of presidential election results

Stephanie Miller November 10, 2016 0

After Donald Trump pulled off a shocking victory in Tuesday’s presidential election, many people needed time to process the results. The appropriately titled “Campaign 2016 Post-mortem: What Just Happened?” panel was designed to help

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