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Hundreds of thousands march on Washington, stand for women’s rights

Hundreds of thousands march on Washington, stand for women’s rights

Andrew Hrip February 2, 2017 0

Around 500,000 people walked the streets of our nation’s capital Saturday, Jan. 21 in the Women’s March on Washington D.C. to support the unification people of all genders, ages, colors, creeds, political affiliations, disabilities

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Art exhibit follows ‘political progression,’ uses diverse media

Art exhibit follows ‘political progression,’ uses diverse media

Amity Radcliffe February 2, 2017 0

The Zug-John W. Hess Gallery hosted an opening reception for Cheryl Harper “Responses to Life as I Know It” Thursday, Jan. 19. Harper is a studio artist, art historian, print maker and sculptor who

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Contributions to the common good panel pays tribute to MLK

Contributions to the common good panel pays tribute to MLK

Aileen Ida February 2, 2017 0

In the week leading up to what may be considered one of the most controversial inaugurations in United States history, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Elizabethtown College sponsored a variety of events

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Multimedia performance celebrates King’s dream, video, song combined

Multimedia performance celebrates King’s dream, video, song combined

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale February 2, 2017 0

Elizabethtown College honored the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a week-long celebration that began Monday, Jan. 16 and continued through Saturday, Jan. 21. Throughout the week, the

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President Strikwerda stands up against hate, signs letter to Trump

President Strikwerda stands up against hate, signs letter to Trump

Aileen Ida December 8, 2016 0

We are now just a month out from what was arguably the most volatile presidential election in modern times. Following the election, the number of hate crimes skyrocketed—many of which were directly linked to

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Concert brings holiday cheer to campus, features themed readings

Concert brings holiday cheer to campus, features themed readings

Stephanie Miller December 8, 2016 0

Most college students could use some holiday cheer in the middle of a hectic last week of classes. Students at Elizabethtown College had an opportunity to relax and get into the holiday spirit at

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Campus Security accepting canned food for unpaid tickets

Campus Security accepting canned food for unpaid tickets

Rachel Lee December 8, 2016 0

Campus Security launched its second annual Food for Fines campaign Monday, Nov. 28. They are accepting canned goods and other items as payment for unpaid parking tickets. Students, faculty and staff can drop off

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Students left on campus over break were not without Thanksgiving dinner

Students left on campus over break were not without Thanksgiving dinner

Aileen Ida December 8, 2016 0

Thanksgiving break is, for most students, a time to return home, relax and visit with family. For some, though, extenuating circumstances prevent them from leaving campus over short breaks such as Thanksgiving. In some

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Phalanx showcases talents, holds ugly sweater contest

Phalanx showcases talents, holds ugly sweater contest

Mikenna Lehane December 8, 2016 0

Saturday Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. Phalanx performed in the Koon’s Activity Venue (KAV), bringing the joy of the holidays to Elizabethtown College. Phalanx represents the all-male a cappella group on campus. This was

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World AIDS Day event raises awareness of disease prevalence

World AIDS Day event raises awareness of disease prevalence

Katie Weiler December 8, 2016 0

Thursday, Dec. 1, in order to celebrate World AIDS Day, Elizabethtown College’s Student Wellness Advocacy Group (S.W.A.G.) urged students to become aware of the effects that AIDS can have on all of us. S.W.A.G.

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