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Diversity Classic Film Festival promotes awareness

Diversity Classic Film Festival promotes awareness

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

Often, the greatest lessons in life are learned outside of the classroom, through mediums other than lectures and assigned readings. While books present a more conventional approach to finding out more about major issues

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Professor explores civil rights history

Professor explores civil rights history

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

“Greatness is more than a matter of following society and doing what the majority tells you to do.” After sitting down with Dr. Michael Long, this was one of the many pieces of advice

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Kathy Fry spreads cheer at Blue Bean

Kathy Fry spreads cheer at Blue Bean

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

Every day, we Elizabethtown College students go into the Marketplace to eat, go to the Jay’s Nest for a quick snack or go to the Blue Bean to get coffee. But do we ever

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Faculty wind quintet exhibits talents of FAPA professors

Faculty wind quintet exhibits talents of FAPA professors

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

You probably never imagined you could travel back to the early 20th century, then to Colorado’s gorgeous landscape and then to the tranquility of Avalon, N.J., all in one night. You surely never thought

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Numerous Etown alumni bands play Chameleon Club in Lancaster

Numerous Etown alumni bands play Chameleon Club in Lancaster

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

When searching for a fun night out, most Elizabethtown College students would rather stay on campus than deal with the frustration of searching for a good time in the sleepy, surrounding area. Luckily, a

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Lynden Gallery to better host works, events after renovations

Lynden Gallery to better host works, events after renovations

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

Located at 117 South Market Street, Lynden Gallery brings art and character to the downtown area of Elizabethtown, Pa. Their mission statement, found on the gallery website (lyndengallery.com) is to offer: “Fine Art, Custom

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“Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead” to open next weekend

“Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead” to open next weekend

TEMP ORARY October 21, 2011 0

Based on Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” Elizabethtown College’s fall production of “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead” will not only be funny, but also philosophical, triggering thoughts on life, death and one’s identity, according to those involved.

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Craig clarifies plans to evolve Center for Global Citizenship, raise interest

Craig clarifies plans to evolve Center for Global Citizenship, raise interest

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

Ambassador John Craig first became associated with Elizabethtown College because of geography. His family has lived in Lancaster County for 250 years, and his house on College Avenue was built in 1908 by his

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Dining Services’ Linda Lokey celebrates retirement

Dining Services’ Linda Lokey celebrates retirement

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

Food is essential to life, not only for its nourishment but also for its ability to provide comfort. This quality leads many people to associate food with home and family, especially grandmothers. Going away

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‘Uncommon Bond’ gallery contributes artistic flair for homecoming weekend

‘Uncommon Bond’ gallery contributes artistic flair for homecoming weekend

The Etownian October 14, 2011 0

When one thinks of the artwork displayed around the Elizabethtown College campus, what may automatically spring to mind is the work done by students. Be it the canvases in the Blue Bean, murals in

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