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Honors students to present at national conference next semester

Honors students to present at national conference next semester

Kelly Bergh April 29, 2015 0

On Tuesday, April 21 the National Collegiate Honors Council accepted the project proposal of three representatives of the Elizabethtown College Honors Program. Sophomore Tyler Latshaw, senior Phil Belder and assistant professor of political science

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Called to Lead concludes year

Called to Lead concludes year

David Smith April 29, 2015 0

This year’s Called to Lead annual dinner on April 28th marked the end of another successful year for the program. Under the leadership of Reverend Tracy Sadd and Stacey Zimmerman, students within the program

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Royer Residence Hall experiences plumbing problems, flooding

Royer Residence Hall experiences plumbing problems, flooding

Kelly Moore April 29, 2015 0

Since 1962, Royer residence hall has comfortably housed 125 men and women on Elizabethtown College’s campus. However, this semester, numerous students have been complaining about the repeated flooding on the first floor. The Resident

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Two students, two professors awarded Fulbright scholarships

Two students, two professors awarded Fulbright scholarships

Luke Fernandez April 29, 2015 0

This year four members of Elizabethtown College were awarded Fulbright scholarships. The winners, of which there were two students and two professors, are Robert Wheelersburg, professor of anthropology, Cristina Ciocirlan, associate professor of management,

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Color Classic supports Joshua Group

Color Classic supports Joshua Group

Tara Siano April 29, 2015 0

Over 300 people were painted purple on Sunday, April 19, to raise money for charity. After last year’s successful color run, the Elizabethtown College Class of 2017 brought back the Etown Color Classic. Purple

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TGIS brings students weekend of Hunger Games-themed festivities

TGIS brings students weekend of Hunger Games-themed festivities

Sarah Olson April 29, 2015 0

The annual Thank Goodness It’s Spring Festival, or TGIS, was held this past weekend as a campus-wide closer to the school year. This year’s theme was based off the popular book and film series

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Hundreds of volunteers clean up campus for annual PRIDE Day

Hundreds of volunteers clean up campus for annual PRIDE Day

Matthew Vancleef April 29, 2015 0

On Saturday, April 18, students, faculty, alumni and community members came together to clean up the Elizabethtown College campus with beautification projects, including mulching, planting trees and flowers and picking up trash. In 1901,

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SCAD events celebrate scholarship

SCAD events celebrate scholarship

Brittany Pressley April 29, 2015 0

Students from every discipline on campus dressed up to celebrate and, for some, to present during the 8th annual Scholarship and Creative Arts Days hosted at Elizabethtown College from April 20 to April 22.

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College announces graduation speakers for traditional, SCPS ceremonies

College announces graduation speakers for traditional, SCPS ceremonies

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

A Campus News email distributed on Friday, April 10 announced the speakers for commencement ceremonies of both the traditional school and School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS). E. Roe Stamps IV will speak

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Model United Nations class attends national conference in New York City

Model United Nations class attends national conference in New York City

Kelly Bergh April 15, 2015 0

Late last month, students in Elizabethtown College’s Model United Nations course attended the National Model United Nations conference in New York City to participate in simulated UN committees. From March 22 to March 26,

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