Friday Luncheon: Clair Guadiani's address
Friday Night Dinner: Video on the Commission for the Future
Saturday Morning: Greetings from President Janet Morgan Riggs '77
Saturday Night Gala Videos
The music careers of Holly Krafka '78 and her son Nick Krafka '11 began with music education majors at Gettysburg College.
K. Richard Brunner, Jr. '58 led the project to build the Gettysburg College Veterans Memorial.
Flora Darpino and Christopher O'Brien '83 have risen through the ranks of the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps.
Gail Bower '84, president of Bower & Co. Consulting LLC, helps non-profit organizations increase their visibility, revenue, and impact.
Lisa DeBanico ’84, Marc Favieri ’90, Walt Hemberger ’54, Ann Hymes ’96, and Matt Rockstroh ’87 are the newest members of The Rudisill Hall of Athletic Honor.
Nick Johnson '90, senior vice president of digital media sales at NBC Universal, returned to campus and shared the secrets to his success with students during Career Week 2011.
Gettysburg College graduate Debra Wolgemuth '69 is working to develop the first-ever marketable male contraceptive pill.
Charitable giving by Bruce and Carol Hamilton '59 was featured in the Wall Street Journal in September 2011.
Made possible by a generous gift from James Heston '70, the Heston Summer Experience allows students to participate in social justice initiatives in local and global communities.
Class of 2011 alumni Sara Cawley, Gracie Raver, Michael Hannum, and Anskar Fossee, as well as Calynn Dowler '10, received Fulbright grants to study and teach in nations around the world.
Carol Cantele '83 was named NCAA Division III Women's Lacrosse Coach of the Year. Her Gettysburg College team won the college its first NCAA championship.
Denise Harnois '84 is a liver transplant specialist at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla.
Mary E. "Betty" (Shaub) Baldwin '49 left a bequest of $160,000 to Gettysburg College.
From Saturday Night Live to real estate, Maria (Constantine) Vecchione ’86 is continuously exploring.
Jen (Fisher) Bryant '82, Wilson Allen Heefner '56, and Olivia Parr-Rud '73 published new books in 2011.
A $1 million gift from Daria Lo Presti Foster '76 will fund scholarships for talented students.