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College announces graduation speakers for traditional, SCPS ceremonies

College announces graduation speakers for traditional, SCPS ceremonies

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

A Campus News email distributed on Friday, April 10 announced the speakers for commencement ceremonies of both the traditional school and School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS). E. Roe Stamps IV will speak

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Track and field teams compete at Bucknell, Messiah meets

Track and field teams compete at Bucknell, Messiah meets

Karley Ice April 15, 2015 0

The Elizabethtown College men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in two events, both on Saturday, April 12 at the Messiah Invitational and the Bucknell Bison Outdoor Classic. Multiple performances earned athletes new

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Junior offers advice for pushing through final weeks of semester

Gwen Fries April 15, 2015 0

The end of April is always ridiculously busy. The projects that you cringed just reading about during syllabus week are due, and every activity including TGIS, recitals, banquets and SCAD are here. It would

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Anonymous social media app Yik Yak creates controversy

Kelly Moore April 1, 2015 0

Since its creation just over a year ago, the anonymous social media app Yik Yak has massively grown in popularity on college campuses across the country. Unlike social networks like Facebook or Twitter, Yik

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Wilson explains negative portrayal, absence of females in video games

Wilson explains negative portrayal, absence of females in video games

Emily Drinks April 1, 2015 0

Senior and Etownian webmaster Luke Wilson presented on the portrayal of women in video games, focusing on the underrepresentation and misrepresentation of many female characters as part of a computer science club tech talk

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Gans details Auschwitz, death marches during Holocaust

Gans details Auschwitz, death marches during Holocaust

Kayleigh Kuykendall April 1, 2015 0

On April 1, a lecture was held in Gibble Auditorium by Holocaust survivor Philip L. Gans who presented his experience as a survivor of Auschwitz, one of the most well-known concentration camps during World

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Women’s tennis opens Landmark Conference with win over Moravian

Karley Ice April 1, 2015 0

The Elizabethtown College women’s tennis team is starting off 1-0 in the Landmark Conference after a 7-2 win at the Alumni Courts over Moravian College on Sunday, March 29. Senior Kaitlyn Pellegrino earned her

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Lawler shares his writing process, reads from his fiction work

Lawler shares his writing process, reads from his fiction work

Adam Landes March 25, 2015 0

Patrick Lawler visited Bowers Writers House Thursday, March 19 at 8 p.m. A fiction writer, poet, teacher and scholar, Lawler focused mainly on his recent publication. Inspired by Zeno of Elea, he loves writing

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Student comments on nature of social sub-groups on campus, visible effects

Student comments on nature of social sub-groups on campus, visible effects

Connor Burke March 25, 2015 0

“But what we found out that each one of us is a brain, and an athlete, and a basket case, a princess, and a criminal. Does that answer your question?” With those words, the

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Closing of Sweet Briar College alarms, brings liberal arts into question

Kelly Bergh March 25, 2015 0

Almost a century ago, in 1921, Albert Einstein emphasized to Thomas Edison what the majority of our country today seems to have forgotten: “The value of an education in a liberal arts college is

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