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Director of Dining Services plans future adjustments to meal plan, food selections

Director of Dining Services plans future adjustments to meal plan, food selections

Sarah Olson September 18, 2014 0

Imagine having to feed 1,900 people every day for nine months, keep the meals interesting, have healthy options and do it all on a budget. This is what Eric Turzai, director of dining services,

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Poet speaks at Leffler Chapel, speaks at Bowers Writers House

Poet speaks at Leffler Chapel, speaks at Bowers Writers House

Tiana Ferrante September 18, 2014 0

Richard Blanco, a poet whose writing caught the attention of The White House, presented “Cuban Blanco, American Richard: Made in Cuba, Assembled in Spain, Imported to the USA” in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center

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Young Americans for Liberty take field trip to Trop

Young Americans for Liberty take field trip to Trop

Madison Dodge September 18, 2014 0

In honor of Constitution Week, the Young Americans for Liberty group at Etown visited the Trop Gun Shop shooting range on Tuesday, Sept. 16. After a safety briefing and gun familiarization class, 16 students

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Students attend summer LGBTQ activism camp

Students attend summer LGBTQ activism camp

Samantha Weiss September 18, 2014 0

Introduced in 2002, Campus Pride started as an online group called Campus PrideNet, which provided services to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and ally students and faculty on college campuses. The founders

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Sophomore program begins with dinner event

Sophomore program begins with dinner event

Tiana Ferrante September 18, 2014 0

The new Sophomore Experience program debuted Thursday evening with a dinner for the current sophomore class, along with at least one faculty member per table, in the KAV. Associate Professor of History and Assistant

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Community mourns passing of political science professor

Community mourns passing of political science professor

Kaitlin Gibboney September 11, 2014 0

On Tuesday afternoon, the Elizabethtown College community mourned the loss of Dr. W. Wesley McDonald, professor of political science at the College. McDonald has been at the College since 1980 after earning his undergraduate

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Professor publishes book on beard cuttings

Professor publishes book on beard cuttings

Alyssa Aichele September 11, 2014 0

Dr. Donald Kraybill, distinguished college professor and senior fellow at Elizabethtown College’s Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies, recently published a book about Amish beard cutting attacks and hate crimes convictions called “Renegade

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Center introduces conflict management certification

Center introduces conflict management certification

The Etownian September 11, 2014 0

The Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking at Elizabethtown College introduced a certification program to instruct students, staff members and faculty in conflict management and transformation. Peacemaker-in-Residence Jonathan Rudy designed the Conflict Transformation Certificate

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ITS offers free Microsoft Office products to current students

ITS offers free Microsoft Office products to current students

Jessica Feldmiller September 11, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College’s new agreement with Microsoft will make students’ penny-pinching less of a necessity for some. Microsoft has started a Student Advantage Program which Etown, like many other institutions, has instituted this year. This

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Literary magazine undergoes rebranding

Literary magazine undergoes rebranding

Michaela Fetterolf September 11, 2014 0

The campus literary magazine, formerly known as “Fine Print,” has been renamed “VOX.” Senior Kyler Koons, a professional writing major and editor-in-chief of the magazine, is responsible for the revamped name and the overall

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