April 24th, 2013
By Craig Heckman and Courtney Walton
With the big finale approaching in less than two weeks’ time, Professor Fee’s Medieval Drama (ENG 312) class looks forward to their play, “You’re Outta Here: The Story of Adam and Eve” with excitement and anticipation. Consisting of three parts translated from Middle English and reinterpreted by several members of the class, the production provides ...
November 2nd, 2012
By Elizabeth Elliot
Look-out point. Civil War hospital. Haunted house. Head rest for drunken Saturday night revelers. Since 1837, Penn Hall has been there to serve any and all of students’ needs. It is only fitting and proper that we give our favorite building a shout out for its 175th birthday. And may we say, Penny—may we call you Penny?–you are ...
October 4th, 2012
By Emily Francisco
Last week, student employee Hannah Leone took on the role of a hero while finishing up her Wednesday evening shift at Musselman Library.
Around 11:50 p.m. on September 26, Hannah was working at the circulation desk when she saw a blur of motion out of the corner of her eye. The beeping gates caught her attention, and she turned ...
September 27th, 2012
By Elizabeth Elliott
On September 24th, the producers and director of 1,000 to 1: The Cory Weissman Story met in Kline Theater to let students and faculty get a behind-the-scenes look at the creative processes driving the highly-anticipated film. Director Mike Levine and producers Bruce Gordon (a father of two Gettysburg students) and Bob Burris (also the film’s screenwriter) were interviewed ...
September 14th, 2012
Members of the Campus Activities Board (CAB) recently announced that the main performer for the Fall Concert this year will be the Tufts University affiliated Timeflies. Opening will be the band Go Radio.
Stay tuned for more information!
September 13th, 2012
By Liz Williams
As Election Day approaches, the Gettysburg College Democrats are drumming up enthusiasm among student voters. Corinne Fucci ‘14, president of College Democrats, has been working with the Obama campaign in Adams County over the past few months and hopes to get as many students as possible to the voting booths this November.
With the help of Lumumba Seegers, field ...
April 17th, 2012
By The Gettysburg Forum
This morning the Gettysburg College Student Senate lodge a formal complaint with the Provost’s Office concerning the recent handling of Easter weekend–April 8th through 10th–in the academic and auxiliary spheres of campus. Below you can read the letter written by Student Senate President Andrew Ferreira on behalf of the student population concerning this matter.
Dear Provost Zappe:
I am ...
March 22nd, 2012
By Audra Foster
In case you didn’t hear the cries and chants of democratic, Allied, and anti-Santorum rage echoing from Lincoln Square last night, here’s a little update: Presidential candidate Rick Santorum spoke at the Gettysburg Hotel last night, amid a mess of protesters and (presumably) supporters. For the sleepy town of Gettysburg, PA, population of less than 8,000, the ...
September 15th, 2011
By Jenna O’Connell
If you were anywhere on campus during the past couple of weeks, you were bound to have noticed the strange occurrences that have been going on at Gettysburg College.
No, it wasn’t the Civil War ghost that haunts your dorm room switching off your lights; it was a power outage.
On Wednesday, Sept. 7, the campus was plunged into darkness.
September 15th, 2011
By Liz Williams
Students, faculty, staff, and community members gathered on the lawn in front of Penn Hall last Tuesday to join in commemorating the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
The events of the day were organized by a 9/11 event committee led by Andrew Ferriera and Richard Aime.
Two services were held, one in the morning, and ...