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Online humanities courses maximize convenience

Online humanities courses maximize convenience

The Etownian October 29, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College has received a grant to develop two new online upper-level humanities courses from the Council of Independent Colleges. Dr. David Kenley, associate professor of history, and Dr. Jeffery Long, professor of religion

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Liberian ambassador discusses rebuilding, state of his home country

Liberian ambassador discusses rebuilding, state of his home country

Kaitlin Gibboney October 29, 2014 0

Yesterday evening, Liberian Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh visited the Elizabethtown College campus to speak about his home country, Liberia. Sulunteh has been an ambassador to Liberia since May 2012. He attempted to run for Vice

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Career Services holds first Pre-Law Night event

Career Services holds first Pre-Law Night event

Tiana Ferrante October 29, 2014 0

Last Tuesday, Elizabethtown College’s Office of Career Services held its first Pre-Law Night event in Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. Elizabethtown College’s  Pre-Law Club and Pre-Law Advising also sponsored the event. The event primarily

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Scholarship fund honors political science professor

Scholarship fund honors political science professor

Tiana Ferrante October 29, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College is in the process of establishing the W. Wesley McDonald Memorial Scholarship to commemorate Dr. W. Wesley McDonald, an Elizabethtown College professor in the political science department who passed away on Sept.

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Mellon Foundation awards humanities programs grant

Mellon Foundation awards humanities programs grant

Tiana Ferrante October 29, 2014 0

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation recently presented a “Capacity Building for the Humanities” grant of $100,000 to Elizabethtown College. This is the second time that the Mellon Foundation selected the College as an award

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Walk of Love 5k run/walk event raises money for orphaned children

Walk of Love 5k run/walk event raises money for orphaned children

Kelly Moore October 29, 2014 0

The Walk of Love cross country 5k run and fun walk took place at Elizabethtown College  on  Saturday, Oct. 25. Participants came together to raise money to benefit orphaned children around the world. Sophomore

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Class of 1976 alumna receives Educate for Service award, highest alumni honor

Class of 1976 alumna receives Educate for Service award, highest alumni honor

Amber Mangabat October 29, 2014 0

On Friday, Oct. 24, Class of 1976 alumna Nancy Dering Mock received the Service Through Professional Achievement Award of 2014. The ceremony took place during the President’s Dinner held at the Masonic Village in

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Senior earns 2014 Paul M. Grubb, Jr. Student Peace Award

Senior earns 2014 Paul M. Grubb, Jr. Student Peace Award

Tiana Ferrante October 23, 2014 0

The Elizabethtown College Alumni Peace Fellowship honored senior Bhim Thapaliya with the 2014 Paul M. Grubb, Jr. Student Peace Award at a reception last Saturday. In recognition for his peace- and justice-related work with

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Kopko anticipates becoming director of Honors Program

Kopko anticipates becoming director of Honors Program

Tiana Ferrante October 23, 2014 0

Last Tuesday, the Honors Council hosted a lecture by Dr. Kyle Kopko ‘05 as the first event of the new Honors Lecture Series. Kopko, an assistant professor of political science and the director of

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Student Wellness holds Alcohol Awareness Week, educates students

Student Wellness holds Alcohol Awareness Week, educates students

Carly Katz October 23, 2014 0

Oct. 19 through 26 is Student Wellness’ Alcohol Awareness Week. The week is a national collegiate movement, and colleges all across the country are programming on this topic. The purpose of the week is

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