Patrick Quinlan ’06 merges his passion for English with a career in internal medicine
“Thus in silence in dreams’ projections,
Returning, resuming, I thread my way through the hospitals,
The hurt and wounded I pacify with soothing hand,...Read More
Jessica Desmond Trenti ’90 taking the helm in human resources ingenuity for Merck
What tools do you bring to work everyday? A laptop, some pens, your smartphone?
Leadership, integrity, and passion are the answers for Gettysburg College alumna Jessica Desmond Trenti &rsquo...Read More
Let’s talk turkey: BOLD alums reflect on SERVO Thanksgiving
Lamin Oo ’10 mentioned by President Obama in Burma
I invited President Lincoln
In the wake of the Battle of Gettysburg, David Wills, an 1851 graduate of Pennsylvania (now Gettysburg) College, became an architect of the community's recovery. It was Wills who suggested the ...Read More
Alum with personal connection to Ike honors his legacy with gift to Eisenhower Institute
Roy Fairman ’68 was just thirteen years old the first time he caddied for President Dwight D. Eisenhower at the Gettysburg Country Club during the summer of 1959.
More than 50 years ...Read More
Prof and alum co-author Veterans Day piece on homeless vets with families
English Prof. Chris Fee and Josh Stewart ’11, assistant director of policy at the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, co-authored a piece for the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch...Read More
If the shoe fits: John Skrabak ’79 leads business intelligence initiatives at Foot Locker
Sneakers—they’re an everyday wardrobe item, fashion statement, or essential piece in our gym bag. What many consumers may not realize, however, is how these sporty kicks are carefully ...Read More
Campaign gift expands access to STEM fields
Through Gettysburg Great: The Campaign for Our College, an alumna is helping to ease financial roadblocks for future Gettysburgians ...Read More
Geoffrey Jackson ’91 commissions lasting gift
Each year, thousands of visitors pour through the Admissions building. Many, even decades later, keep with them memories of that visit.
Geoffrey Jackson ’91 returned to the Admissions ...Read More