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‘A Murder is Announced’ play illustrates classic Christie mystery

‘A Murder is Announced’ play illustrates classic Christie mystery

The Etownian April 30, 2014 0

Featuring murders, false identities and hidden pasts, “A Murder is Announced” depicted Leslie Darbon’s adaptation of a classic Agatha Christie mystery. This production was directed by Dr. Michael Swanson, who is the director of

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ECHotline replaces past incident report form

ECHotline replaces past incident report form

Brian LUKACSY April 30, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College has replaced its Crime Incident Report Form with the new ECHotline. The old form that was used to report suspicious, illegal or improper activity is no longer available. The new ECHotline gives

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Board of Trustees elects new Chair

Board of Trustees elects new Chair

Tiana Ferrante April 30, 2014 0

This week, Dr. Robert Kerr, former vice chairman of the Board of Trustees, was selected as the new chair of the Elizabethtown College Board of Trustees. Following the Board’s luncheon last week, Kerr shared

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Blue Jays fall to York College in season finale despite strong hitting performance

Blue Jays fall to York College in season finale despite strong hitting performance

Matthew Shank April 30, 2014 0

The Elizabethtown College baseball team split a final MAC Commonwealth Conference double-header at home against Lebanon Valley College on Saturday before finishing up the season with a 3-9 loss against York College at home

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Graduating senior reflects on experience working on campus throughout summer

Graduating senior reflects on experience working on campus throughout summer

The Etownian April 30, 2014 0

This time of the year, most of you are worrying about finals and finding summer jobs.  However, there is a small group of people on campus who will not be traveling home. Every summer,

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Nobel Peace Prize winner shares message of justice, coexistence on campus

Nobel Peace Prize winner shares message of justice, coexistence on campus

Jill Norris April 19, 2014 0

Tawakkol Karman, the first Arab woman and youngest recipient ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, visited Elizabethtown College last week to share her ideals of peace and justice. Her visit was part of

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PRIDE Day 2014 motivates Jays, alumni to clean up campus

PRIDE Day 2014 motivates Jays, alumni to clean up campus

Kaitlin Gibboney April 10, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College’s fifth annual PRIDE Program Volunteer Day was held on Saturday, April 5. The PRIDE program, standing for Promote, Recruit, Involve, Donate and Employ, was founded to engage all people in the Etown

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‘House’ script coordinator, alumnus offers industry insight

‘House’ script coordinator, alumnus offers industry insight

Kayleigh Kuykendall April 10, 2014 0

Elizabethtown College welcomed alumnus Dustin Paddock, who discussed his Hollywood story with students at Bowers Writers House on April 2. After graduating from Etown, Paddock drove his hatchback to Hollywood where he hoped to

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Sophomore class organizes Color 4.5k

Sophomore class organizes Color 4.5k

Carolyn Lukiewski April 10, 2014 0

On Sunday, April 6, the Elizabethtown College Class of 2016 held the first Color Classic, a 4.5 kilometers run, during which participants were showered with colored powder. The Class of 2016 had been brainstorming

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Rwanda genocide survivor shares live experiences

Rwanda genocide survivor shares live experiences

Samantha Weiss April 10, 2014 0

ne of the fondest memories of my childhood in Rwanda is of swimming in Lake Kivu as a boy … From the lake, I could climb a steep hill to our house, which was

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