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Fernandez takes home title at 198 pounds, leads wrestling to strong finish at Ursinus

Fernandez takes home title at 198 pounds, leads wrestling to strong finish at Ursinus

Brian LUKACSY November 17, 2016 0

The Elizabethtown College men’s wrestling team competed in the Ursinus Fall Brawl this past Saturday, Nov. 12. Senior Luke Fernandez, ranked seventh in the country in the 197-pound weight class, dominated his competition on

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Light lifts men’s soccer to NCAA win, Blue Jays fall in second round, 2-0

Light lifts men’s soccer to NCAA win, Blue Jays fall in second round, 2-0

Brian LUKACSY November 17, 2016 0

Every NCAA team has a defining moment during their run toward a championship. Saturday night, senior Jeff Light provided the Elizabethtown College men’s soccer team with one. In the 95th minute, Light scored to

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Kevin Spacey’s “Nine Lives” is as terrible as everyone expected

Connor Burke November 17, 2016 0

Nine Lives” is just as bad as you think it would be. Have you ever thought a movie sounded like a bad idea, but watched it anyway? Sometimes those movies end up being great,

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Students discuss College’s use of four credit course system

Kayleigh Kuykendall November 17, 2016 0

As I have begun the journey into my last year of school, I realized that this week marks the last time I will be registering for classes in my undergraduate career. As I began

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Simulation reveals strengths, weaknesses of handicap accessibility on campus

Simulation reveals strengths, weaknesses of handicap accessibility on campus

Megan Kane November 17, 2016 0

I am not physically disabled. A few weeks ago, however, I got a glimpse into the challenges that individuals with disabilities face. During a disability simulation in my special education class, I took a

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Mosaic House sponsors Black Lives Matter discussion, vigil

Mosaic House sponsors Black Lives Matter discussion, vigil

Delaney Dammeyer November 17, 2016 0

Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., the Mosaic House hosted an event centered on the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Students and faculty held a Respecting All Perspectives (RAP) discussion in the house. Later,

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Wrestling places four at Messiah Invitational, Pflanz takes home first

Wrestling places four at Messiah Invitational, Pflanz takes home first

Brian LUKACSY November 10, 2016 0

The Elizabethtown College wrestling team competed at the Messiah Invitational this past weekend. The Blue Jays were led by four individual wrestlers that placed at the event. Fifth-year senior Bryan Pflanz took home the

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Men’s, women’s swim teams take down Gallaudet University

Men’s, women’s swim teams take down Gallaudet University

Meghan Piercy November 10, 2016 0

On Saturday, Nov. 5, Elizabethtown’s women’s and men’s swim teams took on Gallaudet University on the road in and out-of-conference meet. Led by first-years Sara Lingo and Sadie Hawkins, the female Blue Jays took

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Etown stays open on Election Day, student voters debate policy

Megan Kane November 10, 2016 0

Numerous colleges and universities across the country closed on Election Day this past Tuesday. Elizabethtown College was not one of them. Instead, as voters rushed to the polls, the students of Etown followed the

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Students ‘become more globally minded’ with International Education Week

Students ‘become more globally minded’ with International Education Week

Rachel Lee November 10, 2016 0

The goal of International Education Week is to help Etown campus become more globally minded, more internationalized. We highlight a lot of different cultures and make Etown students aware of what’s going on in

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