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Former Etownian Editor-in-Chief writes book of poetry titled, “Salt Water”

Former Etownian Editor-in-Chief writes book of poetry titled, “Salt Water”

Katie Weiler October 20, 2017 0

Brianna Wiest, a 2013 graduate of Elizabethtown College, is making her mark on the literary world. Wiest is the author of many articles that have been published in a variety of well-known magazines, such

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Etown students host students from Konstanz University, Germany

Etown students host students from Konstanz University, Germany

Katie Weiler October 20, 2017 0

Elizabethtown students recently played host to a number of German students from Konstanz University. From Sept. 21 to 23, the German students took a tour of Central Pennsylvania, while staying at the College. The

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Documentary on race relations followed by panel sparks discussion

Documentary on race relations followed by panel sparks discussion

Sofia Jurado October 20, 2017 0

Tuesday, Oct. 3, students and faculty attended a showing of the documentary “I am Not Your Negro,” which is based on writings by acclaimed American author James Baldwin. Following the showing, there was a

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Lecture on perception of Hindu religion in the American education system provides new insights

Lecture on perception of Hindu religion in the American education system provides new insights

Sofia Jurado September 29, 2017 0

Wednesday, Sept. 20, the Bowers Writers House held a seminar led by professor of religion and Asian studies Dr. Jeffery Long titled “Believe it or Not: Why Facts and Truth Charm, Fascinate and Intrigue

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Fellinger shares his story,  reflecting on his past jobs and works of fiction

Fellinger shares his story, reflecting on his past jobs and works of fiction

Rachel Lee September 29, 2017 0

Writers can wear many hats throughout their careers. This is true for Writing Fellow in the Writing Wing at Elizabethtown College Richard Fellinger. He has been a journalist, short story writer and is now

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Peacemaking art exhibit holds artwork for exchange in Germany

Peacemaking art exhibit holds artwork for exchange in Germany

Katie Weiler September 29, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College held a new artwork exhibit featuring artists from all over the world and their impressions of peace Thursday, Sept. 21. The Brethren and the idea of peace, as embedded in the College’s

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Director of one-man show explains Israeli-Palestinian conflict in his film

Director of one-man show explains Israeli-Palestinian conflict in his film

Katie Weiler September 29, 2017 0

Tuesday, Sept. 26, an audience with students from Elizabethtown College and members of the Elizabethtown community sat down for a screening of Director Aaron Davidman’s one-man show, “Wrestling Jerusalem.” Bowers Writers House Director Jesse

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Poet and novelist Javier Ávila kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month

Poet and novelist Javier Ávila kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month

Brianna Titi September 29, 2017 0

Internationally famous poet and novelist Dr. Javier Ávila spoke at Elizabethtown College at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26. Ávila is also a professor at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. His show, titled “The

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Professor reads novel to audience in High Library

Professor reads novel to audience in High Library

Rachel Lee September 29, 2017 0

Write about what you know and let your imagination go with it,” Writing Fellow in the Writing Wing Richard Fellinger said during his reading in the High Library Monday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.

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Book discussion on mental health

Book discussion on mental health

Mikenna Lehane September 29, 2017 0

Sept. 25 at 7 p.m., students and faculty joined author Tim Kreider for a discussion about his book “Refuse to Drown.” The event was titled “A Son’s Crime, A Father’s Unthinkable Choice and a

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