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Schlosser doors vandalized over the weekend

Schlosser doors vandalized over the weekend

The Etownian September 22, 2016 0

Bias-related vandalism was found in Schlosser Hall this past weekend. The events occurred in the middle of the night Saturday, Sept. 17 and Sunday, Sept. 18 on the second and third floors. Racial slurs,

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Seniors attend ASA conference

Seniors attend ASA conference

The Etownian September 22, 2016 0

This past summer Elizabethtown senior sociology majors Irene Snyder and Philip Ebersole attended the Honors Program of the American Sociological Association (ASA) in Seattle, Washington. Only 35 sociology students internationally have the opportunity to

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Panel Discussion surrounds freedom of speech at local schools

Panel Discussion surrounds freedom of speech at local schools

The Etownian September 22, 2016 0

Lancaster Newspapers (LNP) invited Elizabethtown College to participate in a panel discussion about free speech and political correctness on college campuses. The forum took place at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at the

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The Electoral College

The Electoral College

Kelly Bergh September 22, 2016 0

When you picture the stereotypical college professor (fictional character, not necessarily real), chances are you don’t imagine a trendy young woman or a soccer dad. You might call to mind an older man, dressed

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Vandalism of Royer whiteboards example of bias on campus

Vandalism of Royer whiteboards example of bias on campus

Tara Siano February 4, 2016 0

Every student living in Royer with a whiteboard was a victim of bias-related vandalism on Monday, January 28th. At 10 a.m., Resident Assistant Sara Treier woke up to find swastikas, residents’ names, and phallic

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Local Snapchat geofilter vanishes from app as quickly as photos

Local Snapchat geofilter vanishes from app as quickly as photos

The Etownian February 4, 2016 0

Elizabethtown College’s campus was filled with excitement when a new Geofilter on Snapchat was unveiled in early October, 2015. That excitement quickly subsided after said Geofilter was removed only a month later. Snapchat allows

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SCAD submission period opens

SCAD submission period opens

Kelly Moore February 4, 2016 0

The 2016 Scholarship and Creative Arts Days (SCAD) will be this April 18th and 19th. SCAD was launched in 2007 and is an annual conference that celebrates the difference Elizabethtown students make with their

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Healthy Mondays program events aim to decrease stress, increase mindfulness of personal wellbeing

Healthy Mondays program events aim to decrease stress, increase mindfulness of personal wellbeing

The Etownian February 4, 2016 0

The staff members of The Well at Elizabethtown College want to make Monday students’ new favorite day of the week. They plan to do this with this semester’s Healthy Mondays program, a series of

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Analysis of campus fire and safety reports confirms low crime rate, indicates October as most common time for illegal activity

Analysis of campus fire and safety reports confirms low crime rate, indicates October as most common time for illegal activity

The Etownian February 4, 2016 0

The students of Elizabethtown College are fortunate to live in a relatively safe area where crime is not a constant fear among them on a daily basis. However, all colleges have their issues and

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Community grieves over death of first-year Heather Groody

Community grieves over death of first-year Heather Groody

David Smith January 28, 2016 0

Students from Schlosser residence hall and from all across the campus are coming together in a show of support for the Elizabethtown College community and for their fellow classmates following the loss of Heather

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