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Psychology club hosts mental health first aid training by branch of Philhaven

Psychology club hosts mental health first aid training by branch of Philhaven

The Etownian February 4, 2016 0

The Psychology Club hosted an 8-hour Mental Health First Aid Training Seminar in the Susquehanna Room in Myer Residence Hall Sunday, January 30. The training session was conducted by certified mental healthcare educators from

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Pressure to find jobs causes anxiety, excitement for seniors entering professional world

Pressure to find jobs causes anxiety, excitement for seniors entering professional world

Abigail Piskel January 28, 2016 0

Welcome back Blue Jays! By now I’m sure we are all back in the groove and have our schedules pretty much set. For some of you it is your second semester of college and

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Human trafficking awareness month events hosted by Office of Center for Community and Civic Engagement

Human trafficking awareness month events hosted by Office of Center for Community and Civic Engagement

Samantha Weiss January 28, 2016 0

According to United States Department of State, human trafficking is defined as “the act of recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing, or obtaining a person for compelled labor or commercial sex acts through the use of

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Blue Jay studying abroad in Japan expresses excitement for new experiences, opportunites

Blue Jay studying abroad in Japan expresses excitement for new experiences, opportunites

The Etownian January 28, 2016 0

“Ittekimasu!” I say to my dorm-father as I rush out the door at 7:45 am to catch the last train that reaches my university’s building on time. Normally, I would grimace at the mere

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Anatomy of a good interview

Anatomy of a good interview

The Etownian January 28, 2016 0

Practice makes perfect. Job interviews evaluate distinctive qualities about your personality and work ethic, so many tend to contain the same questions. The internet is a great source to review common questions before your

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Art show opens in Zug Gallery

Art show opens in Zug Gallery

Emily Drinks January 28, 2016 0

Helen Beekman, an artist who works primarily with hay and bronze, explained how she constructs her art pieces and what her inspiration in for her sculptures as part of a reception for her collection

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A.L.I.C.E. training instituted by campus security with the goal of offering active shooter training to all students

A.L.I.C.E. training instituted by campus security with the goal of offering active shooter training to all students

Corinne McCarthy January 28, 2016 0

There have been zero deaths due to fire in schools for the past fifty years. Why? Because students are prepared. They practice fire drills so they know exactly what to do in the event

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French table offers new opportunity for high school,  college students to interact, cooperate on language learning objectives

French table offers new opportunity for high school, college students to interact, cooperate on language learning objectives

Samantha Weiss September 25, 2015 0

Every second and fourth Thursdays, Elizabethtown’s popular café, Folklore is filled with the sounds of French speakers. Over coffee and snacks, French students talk with Dr. Vanessa Borilot, Elizabethtown College French professor, and Mrs.

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Friedly presents “Related/Unrelated,” unconventional, interactive art

Friedly presents “Related/Unrelated,” unconventional, interactive art

The Etownian September 25, 2015 0

When Professor of Fine Arts Milton Friedly was invited to participate in an art show in Lancaster, the first question he asked himself was “Can I do a show for this space?” His initial

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International Peace Day planned, celebrated by music students

International Peace Day planned, celebrated by music students

Samantha Weiss September 25, 2015 0

Senior music therapy major Abby Whitmoyer greeted people at the BSC doors with a joyful “happy peace day” and a flyer explaining International Peace Day and the music department’s involvement Sept. 15, 2015. Meanwhile,

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