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Students work at National Park and go on Summer Archaeology Dig

Students work at National Park and go on Summer Archaeology Dig

Rachel Lee September 14, 2017 0

Photo courtesy of Delaney Dammeyer What did you do over the summer? This question has been circling around the Elizabethtown College campus as the first two weeks of classes have come and gone. For

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Strengths and Creative Arts Night helps celebrate students’ strengths

Strengths and Creative Arts Night helps celebrate students’ strengths

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale August 27, 2017 0

 Students attending the Scholarship and Creative Arts Night reflect on their strengths and unwind with arts and crafts and an open mic after SCAD. Photo Credit: Shane Bahn The Scholarship and Creative Arts Day

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Got Schnitz? Panel discusses PA German culture and cuisine

Got Schnitz? Panel discusses PA German culture and cuisine

Katie Weiler August 27, 2017 0

The panel discussion titled, “Got Schnitz? Pennsylvania German Material Culture” was held Wednesday April 19, and, fortunately, had Schnitz served after the event. The panel was introduced by associate professor of German at the

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Program hosted to dispel winter-induced depression

Program hosted to dispel winter-induced depression

Mikenna Lehane February 15, 2017 0

Feb. 6 from 5 to 7 p.m. the Student Wellness Advocacy Group (SWAG) sponsored Shake the Winter Blues. The mission of SWAG is to work to support and encourage positive, informed choices, believing that

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Faculty lecture connects communications, business success strategies

Faculty lecture connects communications, business success strategies

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale February 15, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College’s Spring 2017 Faculty Scholarship Lecture on business communication strategies was held Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Susquehanna Room of Myer Hall. Led by Dr. Tamara Gillis, professor of communications,

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Fine and Performing Arts offers master class, students perform

Fine and Performing Arts offers master class, students perform

Amity Radcliffe February 15, 2017 0

Feb. 5, the Fine and Performing Arts Department held a master class by composer Lori Laitman. Described by “Fanfare Magazine” as “one of the most talented and intriguing of living composers,” Laitman has composed

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Blue Jays Abroad Spotlight: First student studying in Granada, Spain

Blue Jays Abroad Spotlight: First student studying in Granada, Spain

Rachel Lee February 2, 2017 0

Immersion is the best way to learn a language, and studying abroad gives students the opportunity to take advantage of being immersed in a different culture. This semester, senior Maria Boretti and I are

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Students active in post-march campaign on local political outreach

Students active in post-march campaign on local political outreach

Delaney Dammeyer February 2, 2017 0

he Mosaic House is hosting multiple activities created by the Women’s March on Washington organizers. These activities, known as the “Ten Actions in the First 100 Days,” are putting people in touch with their

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RAs assist the community on MLK day, volunteer for ECHOS

RAs assist the community on MLK day, volunteer for ECHOS

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale February 2, 2017 0

Every year, the Corporation for National and Community Service calls upon individuals and groups around the country to participate in MLK Day of Service by volunteering in their communities and addressing some the nation’s

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Toiletry drive encourages involvement among students, middle-schoolers

Toiletry drive encourages involvement among students, middle-schoolers

Katie Weiler February 2, 2017 0

That started out as a grant from the Center of Global Understanding and Peacemaking has now grown into collecting toiletries for the Community Cupboard of Elizabethtown. Dr. Leigh Shannon Haley-Mize, assistant professor of education,

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