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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 0

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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Professor responds to Elmhurst’s LGBT admissions article

Professor responds to Elmhurst’s LGBT admissions article

TEMP ORARY February 20, 2012 0

After reading Duc T. Dam’s “Prospective college students’ sexual orientation questioned” article in the Jan. 26, 2012 issue of the Etownian, I would like to present a few thoughts. Overall, I found the article

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Workplace policies create monetary strife

Workplace policies create monetary strife

TEMP ORARY February 20, 2012 0

The air is thick with talk of employment policies. Discrimination, harassment, workplace bullying — all, we’re reminded, stuff to be avoided. Training sessions for employees are being conducted, with the College’s lawyers holding forth

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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 1

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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McDonald responds to diversity editorial

McDonald responds to diversity editorial

TEMP ORARY February 12, 2012 0

Contrary to the allegations of the Anti-Defamation League and the Etownian (2/2) editorial, the H.L Mencken Club engages in serious academic and intellectual discussions as opposed to racially-charged venting. The racist label is hurled

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Professor responds to racist allegations

Professor responds to racist allegations

TEMP ORARY February 12, 2012 0

Having spent thirty years writing on the topic that Mr. Benincasa presumes to address, I am appalled by his inability to explain what the term “multiculturalism” means. This is particularly unsettling, given the fact

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Business chair sympathizes with Wall Street bankers

TEMP ORARY November 18, 2011 0

Department chairs and Wall Street bankers have a lot in common. They lead the good life, collect hefty year-end bonuses and do God’s work. (The last, by the way, was what Goldman Sachs’ CEO

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Professor discusses unexpected benefits of strategic planning

TEMP ORARY November 3, 2011 0

Strategic Planning (SP) at Elizabethtown College continues at a furious pace. If you are not a member of one of the five committees involved in SP, you probably have little idea about the work

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