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12/05/2022
The Weekly Roundup Dec. 5 – Dec. 11

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Compiled by Vincent DiFonzo, Staff Writer   Monday, Dec. 5 Noon – 1 p.m., Bible Study, Glatfelter Hall 203 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Dean Ehrlich Drop-In Hours 1 p.m. – 4 p.m., Tha Fe…

On Friday, the public policy department hosted Army War College representatives to lead a panel discussion. See what the...
12/05/2022
Public Policy Department Hosts U.S. Army War College Panel Discussion

On Friday, the public policy department hosted Army War College representatives to lead a panel discussion. See what they said here:

By Ella Prieto, Staff Writer On Friday, the Public Policy Department hosted representatives from the Army War College for a panel discussion as a part of their Eisenhower Series College Program. T…

Read our spotlight of the captains of the Bullets soccer teams here:
12/05/2022
Captain Spotlight: Bullets Soccer Edition

Read our spotlight of the captains of the Bullets soccer teams here:

By David Goldman, Staff Writer As Bullets athletics inches toward the winter season and heads indoors, we look back on the successful season of both the men’s and women’s soccer programs at Gettysb…

Thursday's faculty meeting included continued discussion of the proposed curriculum changes and comments from the chair ...
12/04/2022
Faculty Meeting News and Notes: Dec. 1, 2022

Thursday's faculty meeting included continued discussion of the proposed curriculum changes and comments from the chair of the physics department on a bias complaint against Professor Jacquelynne Millingo. Read more about it here:

By Katie Oglesby, Editor-in-Chief President Bob Iuliano began Thursday’s faculty meeting responding to comments from Associate Professor of Biology István A. Urcuyo at the end of the last meeting. …

Student Senate tabled policy regarding committees on Monday, resulting in a lack of committee meetings until Dec. 5 at t...
12/04/2022
Student Senate 11/28: Senate Tables Committee Policy, Resulting in Pause in Committee Meetings

Student Senate tabled policy regarding committees on Monday, resulting in a lack of committee meetings until Dec. 5 at the earliest. Read about the whole meeting here:

By Kenzie Smith, Staff Writer Monday’s Student Senate Meeting hosted the GSRC as a guest speaker and tabled policy for committees, which means no committee will be able to meet until after Monday, …

Recently, the Eisenhower Institute hosted Neal Orringer to discuss STEM policy. Learn more here:
12/04/2022
Eisenhower Institute Hosts Event to Discuss Smart STEM Policy

Recently, the Eisenhower Institute hosted Neal Orringer to discuss STEM policy. Learn more here:

By Vincent DiFonzo, Staff Writer On Thursday, the Eisenhower Institute hosted Neal Orringer for an event entitled “Lunch and Learn: Smart STEM Policies.” Attendees learned about how STEM fields int…

The Office of Sexual Respect and Title IX offered free STI testing on Thursday for World Aids Day. Read about it here:
12/04/2022
Title IX Office Offers Free STI Testing for World AIDS Day

The Office of Sexual Respect and Title IX offered free STI testing on Thursday for World Aids Day. Read about it here:

By Juliette Rhinow, Contributing Writer On Thursday, the Office of Sexual Respect and Title IX partnered with Family First Health and the Pennsylvania Department of Health on World AIDS Day to off…

Yesterday, Dr. Eloisa Gordon-Mora sent out a campus-wide email explaining that protocols and procedures for bias inciden...
12/01/2022
Gordon-Mora Addresses Upcoming Changes to Bias Reporting On-Campus

Yesterday, Dr. Eloisa Gordon-Mora sent out a campus-wide email explaining that protocols and procedures for bias incidents will change in the near future. Read about it here:

By Alli Dayton, Managing/News Editor On Wednesday, Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Eloísa Gordon-Mora sent out a campus-wide email detailing upcoming improvements to the College’s bias reporting. Gordo…

Read the Campus Safety crime log for the past two weeks here:
11/30/2022
Campus Safety Crime Log: Nov. 14 -Nov. 27, 2022

Read the Campus Safety crime log for the past two weeks here:

Compiled by Alexis Doyle, Staff Writer   Monday, Nov. 14 Vandalism: Huber Hall; Closed (No Known Suspects or Witnesses) Vandalism: Paul Hall; Closed (No Known Suspects or Witnesses) Theft from…

Read our third student opinion on the "Tired of white cis men?" poster controversy here:
11/29/2022
Opinion: The Real Issue With ‘Tired of White Cis Men’

Read our third student opinion on the "Tired of white cis men?" poster controversy here:

By Dominic DiLuzio, Guest Columnist Any moderately engaged member of this campus has heard of “the poster,” as it is known, and even more certainly has heard a plethora of opinions, either from fri…

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11/29/2022
The Weekly Roundup Nov. 28 – Dec. 4

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Compiled by Vincent DiFonzo, Staff Writer   Monday, Nov. 28 Noon – 1 p.m., Bible Study, Glatfelter Hall 203 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Dean Ehrlich Drop-In Hours 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., EI Sp…

Read this senior spotlight on Zane Kazmarski, a soprano tenor:
11/28/2022
Senior Spotlight: Zane Kazmarski, Soprano Tenor

Read this senior spotlight on Zane Kazmarski, a soprano tenor:

By Brandon Banda, Staff Writer On Saturday, Nov. 5, Paul Recital Hall hosted the senior recital for Zane Kazmarski ’23. Kazmarski performed eight songs in total, two pieces split into two variant s…

The Eisenhower Institute recently opened applications for their spring 2023 programs. See the details here:
11/26/2022
Eisenhower Institute Opens Applications for Spring 2023 Programs

The Eisenhower Institute recently opened applications for their spring 2023 programs. See the details here:

By Ella Prieto, Staff Writer Applications recently opened for the Eisenhower Institute’s (EI) Spring 2023 Programs. An email was sent to all Gettysburg students explaining what the programs will e…

Read about the guest pianist performance by Penn State professor Melody Quah here:
11/25/2022
Guest Pianist Melody Quah Performs at Paul Recital Hall

Read about the guest pianist performance by Penn State professor Melody Quah here:

By Kenzie Smith, Staff Writer On Saturday, pianist and piano professor at Pennsylvania State University Melody Quah performed a guest recital in Paul Recital Hall. Quah is an accomplished pianist …

Read another student opinion on the "Tired of white cis men?" poster that garnered national attention here:
11/24/2022
Opinion: Distracting From Moral Evil Only Empowers It

Read another student opinion on the "Tired of white cis men?" poster that garnered national attention here:

By Owen Lanier Separating and belittling groups of people based on race should be a thing of the past, yet it seems to be all the rage. This past week, a now famous Peace and Justices Studies senio…

Hillel and the Newman Association hosted an Interfaith Thanksgiving this weekend. Read about it here:
11/24/2022
Newman Association and Hillel Host an Interfaith Thanksgiving

Hillel and the Newman Association hosted an Interfaith Thanksgiving this weekend. Read about it here:

By Zach Brooks, Staff Writer Every Sunday after 5 p.m. mass, members of the Newman Association (the student partner with the Catholic Campus Ministry) and Hillel (which serves spiritual, cultural, …

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11/22/2022
The Weekly Roundup Nov. 21 – 27

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Compiled by Vincent DiFonzo, Staff Writer   Monday, Nov. 21 Noon – 1 p.m., Bible Study, Glatfelter Hall 203 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Dean Ehrlich Drop-In Hours 2 p.m. – 3 p.m., Stude…

Recently, TFP posted a video on YouTube about the student response to their anti-abortion demonstration outside Servo. R...
11/21/2022
A Video from TFP about the Anti-Abortion Demonstration outside Servo Goes Viral

Recently, TFP posted a video on YouTube about the student response to their anti-abortion demonstration outside Servo. Read the story here:

By Katie Oglesby, Editor-in-Chief On Oct. 25, The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family, and Property (TFP) held an anti-abortion protest outside of Servo. In response, students led…

The Eisenhower Institute and the Schmucker Art Gallery collaborated to host a Lunch and Learn session in the art gallery...
11/21/2022
Eisenhower Institute and Schmucker Art Gallery Present Intersection of Art and Public Policy Event

The Eisenhower Institute and the Schmucker Art Gallery collaborated to host a Lunch and Learn session in the art gallery to discuss the intersection of art and policy. Read about it here:

By Sophie Lange, Staff Writer On Thursday at 12 p.m., the Eisenhower Institute hosted a Lunch and Learn event in collaboration with the Schmucker Art Gallery. This was the first collaboration betwe…

Last week, the Office of Multicultural Engagement hosted a week of programming centered around first-generation students...
11/21/2022
OME Hosts First-Generation Week to Support First-Generation Students

Last week, the Office of Multicultural Engagement hosted a week of programming centered around first-generation students. See the whole story here:

By Rachel Nguyen, Contributing Writer Last week, from Nov. 7 to Nov. 12, the Office of Multicultural Engagement (OME) organized a first-generation week to celebrate National First-Generation Day on…

College Republicans invited Christian Watson to talk on Thursday. Read about his lecture here:
11/20/2022
College Republicans Hosts Podcaster Christian Watson

College Republicans invited Christian Watson to talk on Thursday. Read about his lecture here:

By Jake Gramanz, Staff Writer Christian Watson, Host of Pensive Politics, was invited as a guest speaker Thursday by the Gettysburg College Republicans to give a lecture on identity politics and cr…

Thursday's faculty meeting included discussions of faculty salaries, the "Tired of white cis men?" poster controversy, a...
11/20/2022
Faculty Meeting News and Notes: Nov. 17, 2022

Thursday's faculty meeting included discussions of faculty salaries, the "Tired of white cis men?" poster controversy, and proposed curriculum changes. Read about it here:

By Katie Oglesby, Editor-in-Chief Thursday’s faculty meeting began with a discussion of the “Tired of white cis men?” poster that garnered national attention earlier this week before leading into c…

Today, the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center hosted a vigil for Trans Day of Remembrance. Read about it here:
11/19/2022
GSRC Hosts Trans Day of Remembrance Vigil to Honor Lives Lost in 2022

Today, the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center hosted a vigil for Trans Day of Remembrance. Read about it here:

By Ella Prieto, Staff Writer On Friday, the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) hosted its annual Trans Day of Remembrance Vigil to honor transgender lives lost this year due to violence a…

A sports writer unpacked the controversies in the beginning of the NBA season. Read about it here:
11/17/2022
NBA Update: Early Season Filled with Controversy

A sports writer unpacked the controversies in the beginning of the NBA season. Read about it here:

By Colin Lawless, Staff Writer The NBA has returned for its 2022-23 campaign, and it certainly has not lost its charm. Coming off a season that saw the Golden State Warriors return to the mountain…

The fall production of "Shakespeare in Love" debuted this weekend at the Majestic Theater. Read a review of it here:
11/16/2022
Review: “Shakespeare in Love”

The fall production of "Shakespeare in Love" debuted this weekend at the Majestic Theater. Read a review of it here:

By Vincent DiFonzo, Staff Writer Majestic Theater hosted Gettysburg College’s fall production, “Shakespeare in Love,” which ran from Nov. 10-13. The play was presented by the Department of Theater…

See last week's campus crimes here:
11/16/2022
Campus Safety Crime Log: Nov. 7 -Nov. 13, 2022

See last week's campus crimes here:

Compiled by Alexis Doyle, Staff Writer Monday, Nov. 7 Vandalism- Damage to Vehicle: Constitution Lot; Closed (No Suspects Identified)   Tuesday, Nov. 8 Vandalism: Campus Exterior- Stevens Hall…

Read a writer's recap of the World Series here:
11/16/2022
World Series Recap: Goliath Triumphs over David

Read a writer's recap of the World Series here:

By Benjamin Simon, Staff Writer The 2022 World Series was an action-packed affair with plenty of drama and intrigue to have viewers continuously on the edge of their seats. Full disclosure before I…

Read about Campus Safety's most recent update to parking on campus here:
11/15/2022
Parking Passes Are Now Available to All First-Years

Read about Campus Safety's most recent update to parking on campus here:

By Ella Prieto, Staff Writer On Monday, Executive Director of Campus Safety Alex Wiltz sent out an email to first-year students announcing that they would all be eligible for parking passes. “We h…

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11/14/2022
The Weekly Roundup Nov. 14 – 21

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Compiled by Vincent DiFonzo, Staff Writer   Monday, Nov 14 Noon – 1 p.m., Bible Study, Glatfelter Hall 203 Noon – 1 p.m., American Anti-Racism Alliance Lunch Conversation, College …

Have you ever wondered about the preparation for Servo Thanksgiving? Read here to find out:
11/14/2022
A Behind the Scenes Look at Servo Thanksgiving

Have you ever wondered about the preparation for Servo Thanksgiving? Read here to find out:

By Sydney Dyer, Staff Writer While it is commonly known that Servo Thanksgiving is a long-held tradition at Gettysburg College, the amount of work and planning by the Servo staff that goes on behin…

See the campus crimes from the past week here:
11/12/2022
Campus Safety Crime Log: Oct. 31-Nov. 6, 2022

See the campus crimes from the past week here:

Compiled by Alexis Doyle, Staff Writer   Monday, Oct. 31 No Crimes Reported   Tuesday, Nov. 1 Criminal Trespass and Vandalism: Musselman Hall; Closed (No Known Suspects or Witnesses) &nbs…

Read how students organized to vote and watch the midterm election results roll in on Tuesday here:
11/12/2022
Gettysburg College Students Prepare for Election Results

Read how students organized to vote and watch the midterm election results roll in on Tuesday here:

By Ella Prieto, Staff Writer On Nov. 8, Gettysburg College opened the Ballroom in the College Union Building (CUB) as a polling place for the Pennsylvania 2022 Midterm Elections. The poll was open…

On Thursday, the campus community was updated that the student involved in the video recording at a Sigma Alpha Epsilon ...
11/12/2022
Campus-Wide Email Updates Students on Incident at SAE House

On Thursday, the campus community was updated that the student involved in the video recording at a Sigma Alpha Epsilon party has left the College. Read the whole story here:

By Ella Prieto, Staff Writer On Thursday, Vice President for College Life and Dean of Students Anne Ehrlich sent out a campus-wide email that updated the community on the incident at the Sigma Alp…

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Last month, the Eisenhower Institute and The Gettysburgian hosted a conversation with Gettysburg mayor-elect Rita Frealing about the historic election and her plans as mayor of America's most famous small town.
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As the semester is winding down and we’re now in finals week, The Gettysburgian asked faculty and students to reflect on the last six weeks of remote learning. Read what our community shared.
GLC Executive Director Andy Hughes was interviewed last week by The Gettysburgian Editor-in-Chief Ben Pontz '20 about how to stay connected and lead from afar. Check out the video.
Today, President Bob Iuliano sat down with Gettysburg College senior and Editor-in-Chief of The Gettysburgian Ben Pontz '20 to discuss the campus community's move to remote learning and other recent events impacting Gettysburg and beyond.
"[T]he events of the past few weeks are exactly what a liberal arts education is preparing us for: entering a rapidly-evolving situation with imperfect information, armed with the ability to think critically and adjust on the fly, to anchor our decisions to our core values, and to view times of disruption as opportunities for innovation."

Ben Pontz ’20, Editor-in-Chief of The Gettysburgian, reflects on the Gettysburg College community and the road ahead.
The Gettysburgian covered our Digital Scholarship Poster Session last week.

https://gettysburgian.com/2020/02/musselman-library-hosts-digital-scholarship-presentations/

Are you interested in digital scholarship? We are currently searching for students to join our Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows this summer, apps due 3/1:

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Tune in to episode 3 of Conversations Beneath the Cupola, hosted by Gettysburg College President Robert W. Iuliano to hear Fielding Fellow Ben Pontz ’20 discuss the breadth and depth of opportunities and experiences that exist for students at Gettysburg College. Besides his involvement at the Eisenhower Institute, he is the drum major of the marching band, the Editor-in-Chief of The Gettysburgian, and the news director of the campus radio station.
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In launching a science writing column in The Gettysburgian, Meagan Phelan ’05 launched her career. Now the Science Press Package Executive Director, Phelan and her 10-member team serve as liaisons between scientists and journalists, communicating the significance of scientific studies to the public.

“What she and her office do has never been more critical than it is today,” Biology Prof. Kay Etheridge said. “The future of humans and most other species on the planet depend upon the world understanding the science behind what is happening with climate change, emerging diseases, and other timely issues that demand our response.” Read the article: gburg.us/31aG15H
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