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Social Enterprise Institute provides new opportunities for real-world learning experiences

Kelly Bergh January 28, 2015 0

Elizabethtown College has established the Social Enterprise Institute (SEI) to offer another channel through which members of the Etown community can use their talents and skills to benefit the community. The Institute fulfills the

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Hudson represents Blue Jays, SAAC at NCAA Convention

Hudson represents Blue Jays, SAAC at NCAA Convention

Brian LUKACSY January 28, 2015 0

The annual National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Convention occurred from Jan. 14 to Jan. 17 in Washington D.C. The Convention’s purpose is the vote on legislation for Division I, II and III athletics. The

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Student athletes take on APPLE Conference

Student athletes take on APPLE Conference

Karley Ice January 28, 2015 0

Four student athletes and two administrative representatives from Elizabethtown College attended the APPLE Conference in Reston, Va. from Jan. 16 to Jan. 18, made possible by a grant from the NCAA. The Gordie Center

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Kirk cultivates art collection painted by death row inmates

Kirk cultivates art collection painted by death row inmates

Ian Harrigan January 28, 2015 0

On Friday Jan. 23, during a week where we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy, Ann Marie Kirk, co-founder of Art For Justice, came to Elizabethtown College to present a gallery of

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Faculty, staff members’ meal plan options should allow them to eat cheaply on campus

Faculty, staff members’ meal plan options should allow them to eat cheaply on campus

Lynn OConner January 28, 2015 0

Mornings in the Baugher Student Center begin with the opening of the Marketplace and Jay’s Nest at 7 a.m. Meanwhile, Dining Services employees have already begun their day. Student assistants report to the Blue

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School named to President’s Honor Roll for ninth year

School named to President’s Honor Roll for ninth year

The Etownian January 22, 2015 0

Elizabethtown College earned a place on the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction at the end of 2014 for its commitment to serving the local community. This is the ninth

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Teach-in promotes awareness of current events, race issues across country

Teach-in promotes awareness of current events, race issues across country

Kelly Bergh January 22, 2015 0

The teach-in held during the first week of the spring semester gave students and faculty an opportunity to discuss current national and global race-related issues. Recent events regarding race and violence stemming from bias

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Martin Luther King Jr. week celebrates diversity with gospel extravaganza, interfaith prayer service, candlelight march

Martin Luther King Jr. week celebrates diversity with gospel extravaganza, interfaith prayer service, candlelight march

Emily Drinks January 22, 2015 0

Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) week at Elizabethtown College finds different ways to celebrate diversity on campus. Etown first began celebrating the week in 2005. The program has grown from a one-day celebration to

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Men’s basketball currently riding a four-game winning streak

Men’s basketball currently riding a four-game winning streak

Ryan Sandell January 21, 2015 0

The Elizabethtown College men’s basketball team enjoyed a successful weekend going 3-0 versus Drew University, Goucher College and the United States Merchant Marine Academy. The Blue Jays improved their record to 8-9, and extended

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Avoiding distractions, planning ahead helps semester run smoothly

Avoiding distractions, planning ahead helps semester run smoothly

Samantha Kick January 21, 2015 0

It may not feel like summer is around the corner with the kind of weather we have been having lately, but spring semester is the time of year when many students begin counting down

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