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Kraybill explains initiation of Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies

Kraybill explains initiation of Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies

Ashley Reeb April 15, 2015 0

Not many would guess that Elizabethtown College holds the only research institute in the world for Anabaptist and Pietist studies. Even fewer would be able to tell the story of how our very own

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Kraybill, Kopko explain Bergholz Amish beard-cutting hate crime case

Kraybill, Kopko explain Bergholz Amish beard-cutting hate crime case

Ryan Somerville April 15, 2015 0

Many think of the Amish people as a tight community that stick together. Not much is heard about any issues within their group. In 2011, the spotlight was on the Amish, more specifically on

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Gross shares performance experiences, collaborative work with composers

Gross shares performance experiences, collaborative work with composers

Abigal Thrift April 15, 2015 0

Dr. Anne Gross, assistant professor of music, has been in demand across the world, from all over the United States to Ireland, Germany, Spain, Australia and Cuba. Her reputation, skill and knowledge as a

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Global Talent, Fashion Show celebrates variety of cultures

Global Talent, Fashion Show celebrates variety of cultures

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

On Sunday, April 12, the Office of International Student Services collaborated with the No Boundaries Club to perform a “Global Talent and Fashion Show” to an audience of over 100 residents of the Masonic

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Students support Sexual Assault Awareness, Prevention Month

Students support Sexual Assault Awareness, Prevention Month

Emily Drinks April 15, 2015 0

Elizabethtown College invited students to take part in a series of events focusing on Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAM). The events began with the Clothesline Project Display on Wednesday, April 1. A

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Relay for Life event raises over $50,000

Relay for Life event raises over $50,000

Kevin Hughes April 1, 2015 0

The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life was held Friday, March 27 into Saturday, March 28 from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. in the Thompson Gymnasium. Several teams of students, cancer survivors and other

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Kennedy discusses one-child policy in China, implications for gender ratio

Kennedy discusses one-child policy in China, implications for gender ratio

Emily Vasas April 1, 2015 0

Dr. John J. Kennedy, associate professor of political science and director of the Center for Global and International Studies at the University of Kansas, first observed the phenomenon of the “missing girls” in China

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Professors hold evening discussion of book by upcoming lecturer Kristof

Professors hold evening discussion of book by upcoming lecturer Kristof

Chad Lammer April 1, 2015 0

Bowers Writers House was full of students from Associate Professor of Japanese Dr. Mahua Bhattacharya’s Anime to Zen class to discuss the writings of Nicholas Kristof in his book, “Thunder from the East: Portrait

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Behrens shares history of Open Door Recital for children

Behrens shares history of Open Door Recital for children

LelynnJunne OConnor April 1, 2015 0

“In that the recital now is in its 14th year, many students don’t know the history of the recital,” Dr. Gene Behrens, professor of music, said. Fourteen years ago, some of the families of

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Shelly explains difficulties of starting a small business

Shelly explains difficulties of starting a small business

Mary Kondash April 1, 2015 0

Andrew Shelly of Andrew Douglas Jewelers in Elizabethtown came to talk about his store and a bit about his experience with business as part of the M&M Mars Lecture series. Growing up, his father

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