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Campus Security officer offers RAD self-defense classes, empowers women through education on safety, defense

Campus Security officer offers RAD self-defense classes, empowers women through education on safety, defense

Emily Vasa October 30, 2014 0

Dale Boyer, assistant director of Campus Security, led a Rape Aggression Defense Systems (RAD) program at Elizabethtown College on Oct. 25 and 26. Founded in 1989 by Lawrence N. Nadeau and Sheri Iachetta, RAD

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Author speaks on self-publishing, rising popularity of digital publishing

Author speaks on self-publishing, rising popularity of digital publishing

Emily Drinks October 30, 2014 0

“Where are people going to buy copies of the book, if they buy copies at all? Well, the answer is obviously online,” Robert Swartwood said. He spoke about his experience with self-publishing at Bowers

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Newman Club holds paranormal-themed meeting, explains Catholic Church’s beliefs about angels, ghosts, supernatural

Newman Club holds paranormal-themed meeting, explains Catholic Church’s beliefs about angels, ghosts, supernatural

Corinne McCarthy October 30, 2014 0

It was a dark and spooky Monday night at Hoover 215 as the Catholic Newman Club held their weekly meeting. The theme this week — just in time for Halloween — was the paranormal.

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Into the Streets provides chance to volunteer in community

Into the Streets provides chance to volunteer in community

Emily Drinks October 30, 2014 0

Into the Streets is part of how Elizabethtown College fulfills its motto of “educate for service.” Into the Streets is a yearly event that happens on a Saturday. The event allows students to volunteer

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Herb Weaver explores surrealism through ceramics, mixed media

Herb Weaver explores surrealism through ceramics, mixed media

The Etownian October 29, 2014 0

On Tuesday, Oct. 21, the Fine and Performing Arts Department held a reception for the opening of artist, Herb Weaver’s ceramics gallery titled “Ceramics – Mixed Media”  at the John W. Hess Gallery in

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Long leads event celebrating Diwali, Hindu festival of lights

Long leads event celebrating Diwali, Hindu festival of lights

Kayleigh Kuykendall October 29, 2014 0

On Thursday, Oct. 23, Elizabethtown College celebrated a holiday known as Diwali with the help of Dr. Jeffery D. Long, professor of religion and Asian studies.    Diwali is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated

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Comedian Matt Bellace discusses natural highs, relaxation without drugs

Comedian Matt Bellace discusses natural highs, relaxation without drugs

Emily Drinks October 29, 2014 0

Matt Bellace led a presentation on how to get high naturally that incorporated comedy and audience participation at Elizabethtown College on Sunday, Oct. 26. Bellace began his presentation by asking four female audience members

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Gross featured as part of Monday Concert Series

Gross featured as part of Monday Concert Series

Justin Pechulis October 22, 2014 0

As part of their Monday Concert Series, Elizabethtown College’s Fine and Performing Arts Department hosted a performance in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center on Oct. 20, with Dr. Anne Gross, assistant professor of music.

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Religious Studies professor speaks on importance of identification in society

Religious Studies professor speaks on importance of identification in society

Mattie Sweet October 22, 2014 0

On Monday, Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. in the Susquehanna Room, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Dr. Richard Newton delivered a lecture on the politics of identification cards and scriptures in America. Newton currently

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Former actress, current writer reads at Bowers Writers House

Former actress, current writer reads at Bowers Writers House

Amber Mangabat October 22, 2014 0

On Saturday, Oct. 18, writer and retired actress Lisa Jakub spoke about her forthcoming memoir at Bowers Writers House. Jakub’s memoir, titled “You Look Like That Girl,” describes her thoughts and emotions during her

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