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Alternative prom creates safe space for all students

Alternative prom creates safe space for all students

Aileen Ida November 3, 2016 0

I think it was cool getting together and dancing to music and just being silly and there was food—I liked all that stuff,” junior Derek Burton said of his time at the Second Chance

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Piano recital held to honor former piano instructor, mentor, motivator

Piano recital held to honor former piano instructor, mentor, motivator

Delaney Dammeyer November 3, 2016 0

Mr. Robert McDonald performed a memorial recital for the late Nancy Bowman Hatz Saturday, Oct. 22. The recital took place in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center in front of an audience of students, faculty,

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Most modern musical ever performed at College opens

Most modern musical ever performed at College opens

Rachel Lee November 3, 2016 0

The Elizabethtown College production of “Spring Awakening” opened Thursday, Oct. 27. This musical was originally produced in 2006 and is the most modern musical students have performed at Etown to date. The musical was

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Sleep Fair hosted to educate students on healthy sleep habits

Sleep Fair hosted to educate students on healthy sleep habits

Aileen Ida November 3, 2016 0

The Student Wellness Advocacy Group (S.W.A.G.) hosted their first ever Sleep Fair Wednesday, Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the KAV. S.W.A.G. collaborated with a couple people from the campus and

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2016 Peace Fellow lectures on the American criminal justice system

2016 Peace Fellow lectures on the American criminal justice system

Matthew Vancleef November 3, 2016 0

The Elizabethtown College Alumni Peace Fellowship (ECAPF) and the Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking recently honored 2016 Peace Fellow Melanie Snyder ’85. Snyder is currently executive director of the Lancaster County Re-Entry Management

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Author speaks about history, impact of pit bull on culture

Author speaks about history, impact of pit bull on culture

Mikenna Lehane November 3, 2016 0

Wednesday, Nov. 2 the Bowers Writers House welcomed author Bronwen Dickey for a craft talk and evening reading. Dickey discussed her writing strategy and personal approach to creating narratives and talked about her new

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Professors discuss struggles of translating original works

Professors discuss struggles of translating original works

Amity Radcliffe November 3, 2016 0

The Bowers Writers House held an event Monday, Oct. 24 about the process of translation. Dr. Brian Newsome, Dr. Vanessa Borilot and Dr. Mark Harman spoke about their experiences with translation. Newsome talked about

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Groups on campus, in community support local homeless

Groups on campus, in community support local homeless

Shaye Lynn DiPasquale November 3, 2016 0

Individuals experiencing homelessness are frequently stigmatized and misrepresented by mainstream media. While there are plenty of cases where mental health and substance abuse have contributed to an individual’s experience with homelessness, the majority of

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Student-Athlete Mentors sponsors campaign against drunk driving

Student-Athlete Mentors sponsors campaign against drunk driving

Rachel Lee October 20, 2016 0

For the first time, Elizabethtown College Student-Athlete Mentors (SAMs) hosted the Blue Jays Never Drive Drunk Campaign Tuesday, Oct. 18 in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. Erin Coombs from the Edward Taylor Coombs (ETC)

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Founder of Feel Your Boobies Foundation speaks to Etown students, encourages audience to take their breast health into their own hands

Founder of Feel Your Boobies Foundation speaks to Etown students, encourages audience to take their breast health into their own hands

The Etownian October 20, 2016 0

When I was 33 years old, I was diagnosed with breast cancer, and I found my lump by feeling my boobies,” said Leigh Hurst, founder of the Feel Your Boobies Foundation, at the event

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