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Men’s basketball loses two legends

Men’s basketball loses two legends

Brian Lukacsy January 28, 2016 0

Earlier this month, the Elizabethtown College community lost two icons when Frank Keath ’49 and Bill Foster ’54 passed away. Both men made their mark on the men’s basketball program at Etown and their

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Community grieves over death of first-year Heather Groody

Community grieves over death of first-year Heather Groody

David Smith January 28, 2016 0

Students from Schlosser residence hall and from all across the campus are coming together in a show of support for the Elizabethtown College community and for their fellow classmates following the loss of Heather

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Political science professor quoted in New York Times article about Presidential Medal of Freedom, analyzes recipient demographics

Political science professor quoted in New York Times article about Presidential Medal of Freedom, analyzes recipient demographics

The Etownian January 28, 2016 0

In a New York Times article published on Dec 27, 2015, Elizabethtown College’s own Dr. Kyle Kopko, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Director of the Pre-Law Program, was consulted in regards to a

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Blizzard of 2016 blankets Northeast, campus in three feet of snow

Blizzard of 2016 blankets Northeast, campus in three feet of snow

Kelly Bergh January 28, 2016 0

  The weekend of Jan. 22 marked the first significant snowfall of the winter for the Northeast. Elizabethtown College was blanketed by over 30 inches of snow, mandating a snow day on Monday, Jan.

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Senior recounts educational, personal college experiences

Luke Wilson April 29, 2015 0

They say that when you find the right college, when you step on campus, you just know. It just feels right. When I first came to Etown, I felt the exact opposite of that.

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Senate president offers perspective on Board of Trustees meeting

Senate president offers perspective on Board of Trustees meeting

Collin Davidson April 29, 2015 0

For most on campus, the last weekend in April often represents T.G.I.S. and a last chance for recreation in the days leading up to finals week. However, for the decision-makers of the College, this

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Play raises awareness about sexual assault, war in Iraq

Play raises awareness about sexual assault, war in Iraq

Kayleigh Kuykendall April 29, 2015 0

Between April 16 and April 26, the Theatre and Dance division of Elizabethtown College’s Fine and Performing Arts Department presented their production of Ellen McLaughlin’s play “Ajax in Iraq.” The play offered a mash-up

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DePuydt retires after 25 years as reference librarian, archivist

DePuydt retires after 25 years as reference librarian, archivist

Crystal Uminski April 29, 2015 0

After 25 years of service to Elizabethtown College, Reference Librarian and Archivist Peter DePuydt is retiring from his position at the High Library. DePuydt began working at Etown in August 1990 after spending several

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Stang hits 50 goals, lacrosse wins finale

Stang hits 50 goals, lacrosse wins finale

Alyssa Aichele April 29, 2015 0

Elizabethtown College’s women’s lacrosse team ended their 2015 season on a very positive note with an 18-7 win over Gwynedd Mercy College last Wednesday night. Two important factors to this win were E-town’s duo

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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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