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Track & Field opens inaugural spring season

Track & Field opens inaugural spring season

Victoria Madonna March 25, 2015 0

After a delayed start due to Friday’s snowfall, the Elizabethtown College men’s and women’s track and field teams started their season when they hosted the Early Bird Opener on Saturday. Alvernia University, York College

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Emergent Scholars luncheon recognizes, rewards sophomores

Emergent Scholars luncheon recognizes, rewards sophomores

Kelly Bergh March 18, 2015 0

On Sunday, March 8, a luncheon was held to honor Elizabethtown College’s 2015 Emergent Scholars. The 54 sophomores and their chosen mentors spent time celebrating their accomplishments and appreciating the high standard of academics

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Geaney performs Irish songs, reads poetry

Emily Drinks March 18, 2015 0

Michael Geaney, a graduate in Gaelic Language and History from University College Cork, educated students on his tenth visit to Elizabethtown College through song and poetry at Bowers Writers House on Tuesday, March 10.

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Fries draws comparisons between baseball, leadership

Tara Siano March 18, 2015 0

Notre Dame senior infielder, Tommy Chase, is more than just a student-athlete. Chase uses his free time to give back to his community by participating in Life Works, an organization that pairs mentors with

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Lunar New Year celebration welcomes the Year of the Goat

Lunar New Year celebration welcomes the Year of the Goat

Elinor Curry February 25, 2015 0

Thursday, Feb. 19, began the celebration of the Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival. This year is the “Year of the Goat.” Each year in the

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BSC computer station undergoes renovations for ease of use

BSC computer station undergoes renovations for ease of use

Kelly Bergh February 25, 2015 0

Students may have noticed the computer station on the second floor of the BSC under construction between Feb. 12 and 13. The station’s renovation features a new counter for the computers and a relocated

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Braxton explains transhumanism in a modern, religious context

Braxton explains transhumanism in a modern, religious context

Emily Drinks February 25, 2015 0

“Religion is one of the things that sets humans apart,” Dr. Donald M. Braxton, the J. Omar Professor of Religion at Juniata College, said at his presentation titled “Hacking the Religious Minds: Turning Religion

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Women’s basketball season ends in Landmark Semi-finals

Women’s basketball season ends in Landmark Semi-finals

Ryan Somerville February 25, 2015 0

The Elizabethtown College women’s basketball team will enter the Landmark Conference Playoffs on a three-game winning streak after their victory over Susquehanna on Saturday. The Blue Jays and the Crusaders played for seeding in

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‘Art for Justice’ display visually depicts issues related to life in prison system

Sam Cooper February 25, 2015 0

I attended the on-campus cultural event “Art for Justice,” on display in the BSC. The exhibit is a collection of artwork done by inmates at prisons in America and is intended to show the

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Business department hosts annual economic symposium, offers students look at present, future of global economy

Business department hosts annual economic symposium, offers students look at present, future of global economy

Kelly Bergh February 19, 2015 0

On Wednesday, Feb. 18, the Elizabethtown College Business Department hosted its annual Economic Symposium to offer members of the campus community information regarding the current economic status of the country. Panelists included Ms. Ardy

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