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Local libraries face excessive budget cuts

Local libraries face excessive budget cuts

TEMP ORARY January 26, 2012 0

Public libraries nationwide are struggling to maintain balanced budgets with reduced government funding over the last ten years. The Elizabethtown Public Library and Middletown Public Library are both victims of funding cuts and are

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Harrisburg problems continue amid politicians’ 3 percent raise

Harrisburg problems continue amid politicians’ 3 percent raise

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 1

A judge turned down Harrisburg’s bankruptcy case, and now the city needs to rehabilitate its financial situation under the state’s guidance. The case was dismissed because it violated the state’s rules laid out for

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Newt Gingrich demonstrates strong potential for GOP

Newt Gingrich demonstrates strong potential for GOP

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 0

The GOP race for the Oval Office is continually plunging into ambiguity as the Republican National Convention (RNC) approaches. Currently, the GOP is in the midst of dealing with Herman Cain’s recent withdrawal, as

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Police interference raises ethics questions

Police interference raises ethics questions

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 0

The slogan “We are the 99 percent” has come a long way since it originated with The Occupy Wall Street movement. From Wall Street to downtown Lancaster, Occupy protestors claim to be a part

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Child obesity rates increase, schools slow to react

Child obesity rates increase, schools slow to react

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 1

Recent studies published by the National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) have provided a new statistical insight into the growing number of American children and early adolescents who are overweight or obese. To date,

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Hershey Med. isolates cancer-killing virus

Hershey Med. isolates cancer-killing virus

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 0

In a fifth-floor laboratory at Hershey Medical Center, scientists have discovered a virus which they believe may facilitate the destruction of cancerous cells in the human body. Dr. Craig Meyers and his team brought

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NSSE recognizes first-year experience

NSSE recognizes first-year experience

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 0

The results are in, ladies and gentlemen, and it’s good news: Elizabethtown is ahead of the game. The College’s first-year program was recently evaluated and is considered very strong, according to the National Survey

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Gibble Auditorium receives grant for new improvements

Gibble Auditorium receives grant for new improvements

TEMP ORARY November 18, 2011 0

The Science, Mathematics and Engineering Center (SMEC) project at Elizabethtown College is responsible for the renovations to the Masters Center for Science, Mathematics and Engineering. “When you walk in the building, everything is nice

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Trees represent more long-lasting significance than thought

Trees represent more long-lasting significance than thought

TEMP ORARY November 17, 2011 2

A 400-year-old white oak tree fell during Hurricane Irene at Messiah College. Due to its age, this 90-foot-tall tree was an icon for the College. Currently, the ecology and sustainability class at Messiah is

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Herman Cain deflects sexual assault allegations

Herman Cain deflects sexual assault allegations

TEMP ORARY November 17, 2011 1

Herman Cain, the recent frontrunner in the GOP primaries and inventor of the highly-marketed 9-9-9 tax plan, has been struck with allegations of sexual misconduct in the late 1990s, during his tenure as President

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