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Travelling exhibit starts conversation

Travelling exhibit starts conversation

addy fry February 15, 2018 0

The Elizabethtown College High Library provided students and local observers an opportunity to view the World War I and America exhibition Thursday, Feb. 1. Opinions toward the war will be showcased throughout the month,

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Speaker uses Lincoln as an example of civility, discusses modern incivility

Speaker uses Lincoln as an example of civility, discusses modern incivility

Meghan Kenney February 15, 2018 0

Dr. Matthew Moen visited the Elizabethtown College Feb. 12 for a lecture about incivility and about the use of past political climates as reference for civility today. Moen is the President of the Gettysburg

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Student groups offer tips for healthy relationships

Student groups offer tips for healthy relationships

Brianna Titi February 15, 2018 0

Feb. 12, in the BSC, the Student Wellness Advocacy Group (SWAG) and It’s on Us club representative members hosted informational and interactive displays. Both clubs provided multiple brochures, papers and informational packets to students.

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Professor shows audience the religious side of baseball player Jackie Robinson

Professor shows audience the religious side of baseball player Jackie Robinson

Brianna Titi February 15, 2018 0

Author of nine books regarding topics of religion, politics and civil rights, associate professor of religious studies and peace and conflicts studies Dr. Michael Long spoke Tuesday, Feb. 6 at the Hoover Center of

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Students compete in lip syncing, dance to be crowned Mr. Etown

Students compete in lip syncing, dance to be crowned Mr. Etown

Aprille Mohn February 15, 2018 0

The evening of Feb. 9 was one reserved for excitement; it was the night of the much anticipated annual Mr. Etown competition. Mr. Etown 2018 was filled with dance numbers, lip syncing and above

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Students help local winter shelter provide services to homeless

Students help local winter shelter provide services to homeless

Rachel Lee February 1, 2018 0

What does homelessness look like in Lancaster County? It depends on the location. In more urban areas like Lancaster City and Harrisburg, some homeless people can be seen living on the streets. In more

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Service trip to Nicaragua brings English education to local children

Service trip to Nicaragua brings English education to local children

Rachel Lee February 1, 2018 0

What did Elizabethtown College students and faculty and staff do over winter break? A group of 11 people went on a service trip to Nicaragua through the Center for Community and Civic Engagement (CCCE).

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Art exhibit of collage paintings, ceramics opens for public viewing

Art exhibit of collage paintings, ceramics opens for public viewing

The Etownian February 1, 2018 0

Thursday, Jan. 25, in the lobby of the Zug – Hess Art Gallery, Elizabethtown College put the work of artist James Gallagher on display for the public. Ranging from collages of all colors to

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Professors explain creative repetition, how computers are not human

Professors explain creative repetition, how computers are not human

Mikenna Lehane February 1, 2018 0

Jan. 25, the Bowers Writers House welcomed Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department Dr. Jean Pretz, Professor and Associate Professor of Computer Science Dr. Barry Wittman and Associate Professor of Music Dr. Justin

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Momentum, Kinesis help first-generation students adjust to college life

Momentum, Kinesis help first-generation students adjust to college life

Brianna Titi February 1, 2018 0

Elizabethtown College created a program in 2011 called Momentum that was designed to aid first-generation college students in academic and personal growth. The College has received national recognition for its contributions. Additionally, Etown’s Momentum

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