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Editor shares working with celebrities, editing and publishing books

Editor shares working with celebrities, editing and publishing books

The Etownian November 2, 2017 0

Oct. 28, the Bowers Writers House hosted a lecture entitled “Book or Bust: Make it or Break it in the Publishing World.” The lecture featured Charles “Chuck” F. Adams, Executive Editor at Algonquin Books.

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New poetry book on fracking read at Bowers, lecturers share artwork

New poetry book on fracking read at Bowers, lecturers share artwork

Katie Weiler October 20, 2017 0

The Bowers Writers House held two events featuring Julia Spicher Kasdorf, the latter a joint effort with Steven Rubin on Thursday, Oct. 12. The pair is joining forces in a new book on the

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Discovering differences in gender ratios according to major

Discovering differences in gender ratios according to major

Rachel Lee October 20, 2017 0

Does gender affect what major college students choose? Nationally, some majors have relatively even gender ratios, while others have more uneven gender ratios. What causes this? There are several possible answers, and each major

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Etown alumna now lives in Mexico and co-owns two companies

Etown alumna now lives in Mexico and co-owns two companies

Rachel Lee October 20, 2017 0

Where will your major take you? Elizabethtown College graduate Stephanie Watts ‘93 majored in business administration with a concentration in international business management and a minor in French. She currently lives in Puerto Vallarta,

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Speaker expresses passion for nonprofit organizations and artwork

Speaker expresses passion for nonprofit organizations and artwork

Brianna Titi October 20, 2017 0

Be out in the world and be comfortable with that,” internationally famous artist Sean J. Patrick Carney said. Carney dedicates his time, passion and artistic talents to working for nonprofit organizations. Carney spoke at

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Afternoon craft talk leads students to write creatively about photos

Afternoon craft talk leads students to write creatively about photos

Rachel Lee October 20, 2017 0

You’re making the painting speak, the sculpture speak,” poet Julia Spicher Kasdorf said during her craft talk Thursday, Oct. 12, in the Bowers Writers House. Spicher Kasdorf spoke about the relationship between poetry and

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Guest lecturer on photography shares stories behind his photographs

Guest lecturer on photography shares stories behind his photographs

Katie Weiler October 20, 2017 0

During a photography lecture Thursday, Oct. 12, photographer Steven Rubin shared some of his projects and the scenarios of the people he had photographed. As an associate professor of art in the Photography Department

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Career Palooza celebrates professional development through trivia

Career Palooza celebrates professional development through trivia

Katie Weiler October 20, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College’s career center hosted its annual Career Palooza event in the Baugher Student Center and Blue Bean. The event lasted from 5 to 7 p.m. and featured a variety of interactive games for

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Professor researches prophecies and how to determine the truth

Professor researches prophecies and how to determine the truth

Brianna Titi October 20, 2017 0

How can we determine if we should believe everything prophets of the 21st century are telling us? Religious studies professor and researcher Dr. Julia M. O’Brien spoke about this topic at Elizabethtown College Sept.

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Diversity team hosts second part of series, a panel on gender identity

Diversity team hosts second part of series, a panel on gender identity

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale October 20, 2017 0

Wednesday, Oct. 11 the Elizabethtown College Diversity Team hosted the second part of their “Blue Jays Talk” series, a panel on Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation at the Mosaic House. The event featured three

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