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College recognizes domestic violence, supports survivors

College recognizes domestic violence, supports survivors

The Etownian October 13, 2016 0

Domestic violence awareness is celebrated during the month of October.The Office of Student Wellness picked the week of Sept. 10 – Sept. 14 to educate the students at Elizabethtown College about how to prevent

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Director, co-writer of “Gandhi’s Gift” speaks at documentary’s premiere on campus, introduces film, discusses prior research

Director, co-writer of “Gandhi’s Gift” speaks at documentary’s premiere on campus, introduces film, discusses prior research

The Etownian October 13, 2016 0

Students and members of the community gathered in Gibble Auditorium Tuesday, Oct. 3 for the premiere of a documentary titled “Gandhi’s Gift.” The film’s director and co-writer Kell Kearns made an appearance for the

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Campus supports LGBTQ community, national day of support and remembrance, candlelight vigil held to stand in solidarity

Campus supports LGBTQ community, national day of support and remembrance, candlelight vigil held to stand in solidarity

The Etownian October 13, 2016 0

Elizabethtown College’s LGBTQ+ community and their allies gathered on the Brossman Commons (BSC) Concord Tuesday, Oct. 11 to recognize the 28th anniversary of National Coming Out Day. For many, it was an opportunity to

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Students of diverse majors, worldviews travel to Chicago for interfaith studies, bring back plans to educate campus

Students of diverse majors, worldviews travel to Chicago for interfaith studies, bring back plans to educate campus

The Etownian October 13, 2016 0

This August, five Elizabethtown Students were able to attend the Interfaith Leadership Institute (ILI) in Chicago. The three day conference was sponsored by the non-profit organization, Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) and consisted of sessions

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Students, senior citizens help rebuild after Hurricane Sandy

Students, senior citizens help rebuild after Hurricane Sandy

The Etownian October 13, 2016 0

Over fall break, 10 students travelled to Point Pleasant, New Jersey and helped repair two houses in the area that had been affected by Hurricane Sandy four years ago. The students worked with senior

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Bowers Writers House sponsors panel, professors discuss research

Bowers Writers House sponsors panel, professors discuss research

The Etownian September 29, 2016 0

Every semester, the Bowers Writers House hosts a variety of lectures and panel discussions that are meant to give students the opportunity to engage with experts and to explore post-graduation career paths. Monday Sept.

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Biology professor discusses new cancer medications, treatments

Biology professor discusses new cancer medications, treatments

The Etownian September 29, 2016 0

Dr. Jane Cavender, professor of biology and chair of the biology department, held a presentation entitled “What are these new cancer drugs?” as part of the Community Enrichment Series. “Talks like this hopefully give

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Restorative Circle training encourages civil conversations

Restorative Circle training encourages civil conversations

The Etownian September 29, 2016 0

The Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking recently cosponsored an event named ‘Kay Pranis – Training for Using Restorative Circles with Young People.’ The event took place from Thursday, Sept. 22 through Saturday, Sept.

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College students to mentor international high schoolers

College students to mentor international high schoolers

The Etownian September 29, 2016 0

Friday, Sept. 23, the Elizabethtown College Center for Community and Civic Engagement launched its new Building Bridges program with Lancaster Mennonite School. The program includes international students from Lancaster Mennonite and students from Etown

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Honors society provides coloring sheets, gives smile to those in need

Honors society provides coloring sheets, gives smile to those in need

The Etownian September 29, 2016 0

Students across campus may be wondering why there are bins of coloring pages in the Baugher’s Student Center (BSC) and in dorms. They are for Color a Smile, which collects colored pages and distributes

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