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Cooperative Grumbling: An Editorial on How to Play Nice

Cooperative Grumbling: An Editorial on How to Play Nice

The Etownian April 20, 2012 2

As we push forward to become a truer liberal arts institution, promoting “Learning Everywhere” in every piece of Strategic Planning literature we print, the College needs to do a better job of engulfing its

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Music students, professionals jazzed to play premiere Saxophonium

Music students, professionals jazzed to play premiere Saxophonium

TEMP ORARY March 30, 2012 0

April 12, Elizabethtown College will be presenting an all-saxophone concert called Saxophonium. This concert is run by Faith Shiffer, adjunct flute and saxophone professor. Shiffer has had this date reserved for a year now,

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Artist-in-residence to incorporate creativity outside of Steinman

Artist-in-residence to incorporate creativity outside of Steinman

TEMP ORARY March 30, 2012 0

Art geeks, brace yourselves — last fall semester, a brand new artist-in-residence position was created at Elizabethtown College. Since then, artist Lou Schellenberg has been developing her role in this new position. Schellenberg is

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Dr. Long introduces classes to Eastern religions, Middle Earth

Dr. Long introduces classes to Eastern religions, Middle Earth

TEMP ORARY March 29, 2012 0

Dr. Jeffery Long, associate professor of religious studies and department chair, walks into his house after a long day at work, turns on some music and picks up a science fiction novel. He would

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New artist-in-residence brings in creativity outside of classes

New artist-in-residence brings in creativity outside of classes

TEMP ORARY March 29, 2012 0

Art geeks, brace yourselves — last fall semester, a brand new artist-in-residence position was created at Elizabethtown College. Since then, artist Lou Schellenberg has been developing her role for this new position. Schellenberg is

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Cavender, students present cancer research for Inaugural Lecture

Cavender, students present cancer research for Inaugural Lecture

TEMP ORARY March 22, 2012 0

Medical breakthroughs don’t occur overnight; they take years of research, ingenuity and thousands of people working toward a common goal. One of the most baffling mysteries facing scientists today is the search for a

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Research on eating less helps scone lover

Research on eating less helps scone lover

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

When Dr. Jane Cavender introduced the speaker in Gibble the other day, she was aware that the audience consisted of biology students and faculty interested in learning about the relationship between calorie intake and

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Physicist recites poems in native languages that resonate with personal experiences

Physicist recites poems in native languages that resonate with personal experiences

The Etownian February 23, 2012 1

On Feb. 28, there will be a poetry reading by Dr. Ilan Gravé, associate professor of physics and engineering, at the Bowers Writers House. His presentation is called “From Quantum Wells to Dante’s Inferno:

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Poet, professor presents lecture to commemorate presidential inauguration

Poet, professor presents lecture to commemorate presidential inauguration

TEMP ORARY February 16, 2012 7

On Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m., Dr. Carmine Sarracino, poet and professor of English, will be presenting “Life, Point Blank: War as a Metaphor for Ordinary Life.” Sarracino plans to read from his collection

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Assault on free enterprise, top banker’s knighthood revoked

Assault on free enterprise, top banker’s knighthood revoked

TEMP ORARY February 12, 2012 1

The report from Britain is not reassuring. The Tories, supposedly the ally of business interests, are showing signs of hostility to capitalism. It is as if Mitt Romney were to propose an individual mandate

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