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Lunar New Year celebration welcomes the Year of the Goat

Lunar New Year celebration welcomes the Year of the Goat

Elinor Curry February 25, 2015 0

Thursday, Feb. 19, began the celebration of the Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival. This year is the “Year of the Goat.” Each year in the

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Hart shares his life with students through poetry

Hart shares his life with students through poetry

Chris Friedkin February 25, 2015 0

The College of William and Mary’s Professor of English and Humanities Henry Hart visited Bowers Writers House at Elizabethtown College on Thursday, Feb. 19 to read some of his award-winning poetry. Hart has published

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Exhibit sparks discussion on childbirth mortality rates

Exhibit sparks discussion on childbirth mortality rates

Kayleigh Kuykendall February 25, 2015 0

On Tuesday, an opening reception was held for Carol Galligan’s exhibit “Birth Memorial…a Memorial to Women Who Died in Childbirth.” Galligan’s three-part exhibit was sponsored by the Department of Fine and Performing Arts and

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Newton shows film on social justice system

Newton shows film on social justice system

Ashley Reeb February 25, 2015 0

New York City is known for its busy streets, iconic views and controversial events, such as the Eric Garner case, that catch attention across America. On Feb. 23, Dr. Richard Newton, assistant professor of

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Baxter explains transhumanism in a modern, religious context

Baxter explains transhumanism in a modern, religious context

Emily Drinks February 25, 2015 0

“Religion is one of the things that sets humans apart,” Dr. Donald M. Baxter, the J. Omar Professor of Religion at Juniata College, said at his presentation titled “Hacking the Religious Minds: Turning Religion

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Wenger discusses constituencies, working for a major corporation, encourages students to continue learning throughout lifetime

Wenger discusses constituencies, working for a major corporation, encourages students to continue learning throughout lifetime

Connor Burke February 25, 2015 0

On Feb. 20, the Business Department of Elizabethtown College held one of their weekly M&M Mars Lecture series of speeches, this time featuring E. Philip Wenger, the CEO, President and Chairman of the Fulton

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Admissions offers personalized experiences to prospective students

Admissions offers personalized experiences to prospective students

Victoria Madonna February 19, 2015 0

Like many other current students across the Elizabethtown College campus, accepted high school seniors from surrounding states will be stepping foot on that same red brick this coming Saturday, Feb. 21 for an accepted

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Appel encourages valuing morals, happiness in academic pursuits

Appel encourages valuing morals, happiness in academic pursuits

Luke Fernandez February 18, 2015 0

On Wednesday, Feb. 11, “Humanities and the Richness of Being: A Life Dynamic with Dr. Jacob Appel” was held in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. The event was sponsored by Bowers Writers House. The

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Global film represents naivety, surrealism through film ‘Amélie’

Global film represents naivety, surrealism through film ‘Amélie’

Noel Abastillas February 18, 2015 0

On Feb. 12, the Global Film Festival, sponsored by the Office of International Student Services and the High Library, screened the 2001 romantic comedy “Amélie” in Gibble Auditorium. The film is a part of

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Marshall stresses learning communication skills for leadership

Marshall stresses learning communication skills for leadership

Michaela Fetterolf February 18, 2015 0

Joseph W. “Chip” Marshall, vice chairman of Stevens & Lee, gave a lecture titled “A Lifetime of Lessons Learned” on Friday, Feb. 13 as a part of the M&M Mars Executive Lecture series. Marshall

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