The Attic Advisory Board is a group of students ranging from first-years to seniors who program, implement, and oversee all of the Attic sponsored events. The board meets bi-weekly to discuss and make initial decisions on the different events such as Campus Socials, CAB-sponsored and co-sponsored events.
Jamie Welch is a first-year Computer Science and OMS double major from Ocean City, MD. Besides being the Attic Coordinator and lurking in the Attic most Thursday nights, Jamie is involved with CAB, the Student Alumni Association, and Rotaract. In his spare time Jamie sings in the Concert Choir and writes for The Gettysburgian. He can't wait to help plan and host fantastic events in the Attic this year!
Sarah is a senior Environmental Studies major and French minor from Fort Washington, PA. Last spring, Sarah munched on baguettes, explored art museums, sniffed the flowers of Monet's garden, and perfected her French while studying abroad in Paris, France. Sarah served as the Attic Coordinator her sophomore year and is extremely excited to be back on campus for her favorite Attic events which include Happy Hours and Sundaes on Monday. On campus, Sarah also serves as the Orientation Coordinator for the Class of 2018 out of the Office of Residential & First-Year Programs. Also a member of the Campus Activities Board as Special Events Chair, an admissions tour guide, and a member of the Student Conduct Review Board, she loves sharing Gettysburg's many traditions with old and new friends.
Meghan Eaton is a first year student from Rocklin, California. She is planning to major in history and minor in civil war era studies. Other then the Attic Advisory Board, Meghan is apart of CAB, a participant in RISE, and holds two jobs on campus. She can not wait to help create amazing events for the Attic this year!
Phoebe is a senior Computer Science and French double major from Germantown, MD. Phoebe has been on the Attic Advisory Board since her first year, and cannot wait for her last great year with the Attic! She is also involved in the Campus Activities Board and Colleges Against Cancer, and is a campus tour guide. She studied abroad in Paris, France during the Spring 2014 semester and developed a serious love of traveling.
Liz Grimes is a junior Biology major from Sandy Hook, CT. She is also in the process of getting her teaching certification in both biology and physics. Liz has been a part of the board since the spring of her sophomore year. Other than CAB and the Biology/education department, Liz is the assistant captain of the Ultimate Frisbee team, works for the DEN, loves to cook and enjoys Italian food and long walks on the beach.
Christina Jones is a senior Political Science and Globalization Studies double major from Brooklyn, NY. Last Spring, Christina studied abroad in New Delhi, India and learned a lot about Public Health and Human Rights. She is also a part of the Black Student Union, Latin American Student Association, the Honor Commission and Big Brothers Big Sisters. She is also the Student Supervisor of Musselman Library (Ask Me!) and a Student Assistant of the Political Science Department. She loves being a part of AAB, because she can help plan all the epic events at the Attic!
Rebecca is a junior from Burlington, CT. She is an OMS with a business minor. Aside from AAB she is involved with the Campus Activities Board, the Honor Commission and Hillel. Her favorite Attic event is the Tropics Party and anything that includes Mr. G's ice cream! Rebecca is studying abroad in Copenhagen for the Fall semester. She is looking forward to being back on campus in the Spring for all the exciting Attic events!
Jonah Lucas is a junior from Hope, New Jersey double majoring in OMS and Theater. Jonah hates acting though, so prefers to spend his time helping out in the attic where he helps run the lights and sound as well as eats all the snacks. In his spare time he is an RA on in Paul, tour guides, and plays intramural waterpolo.
Megan Anne is a junior from Blacksburg, VA double majoring in Italian and Religious Studies with an Anthropology minor. Megan is also involved with the Honor Commission and works in the Gettysburg College post office. She is currently studying abroad in Ferrara, Italy for the year.