Enzo Pinga ’11 co-founds urban agriculture company in home country
Enzo Pinga ’11 made the 8,590 mile trek from his native Philippines to Gettysburg College in 2007. Just five years later, Enzo returned to the Philippines to make a difference.
A hands-on approach: Prof. Rimvydas Baltaduonis conducts new econ research
Economics Prof. Rimvydas Baltaduonis is not only embracing the concept of a global education, he’s taking it to the next ...Read More
Couple blends their interests with latest gift
Neil ’82 and Jen Fisher Bryant ’82 recently continued their unwavering support of Gettysburg College with a generous gift to name the press box at Clark Field – home of the ...Read More
Benjamin Constable ’13 accepts fellowship in South Africa
Benjamin Constable ’13 has never been afraid to step out of his comfort zone.
Case in point: just over a year after graduating from Gettysburg with a degree in physics, he gave up a ...Read More
The 411 — Bob Joseph ’69
Gained from G-burg
Sense of responsibility.
Supports G-...Read More
Voice of Experience: Matt Haag ’94
Can you see yourself in Gettysburg’s future?
For 20 years, I’ve had the opportunity to work for amazing organizations. While grateful for my career (and paycheck!), I&...Read More
A running leap of faith
Cindy Holck McWilliams ’84 was feeling pulled: arranging coverage for life’s details, kissing loved ones goodbye, and heading for Guatemala with nervous anticipation and one ...Read More
Making Gettysburg and Great inseparable
Today, a liberal arts education is more valuable than ever in preparing graduates for a world set on fast-forward.
- Are you in a job that didn’t exist when you were in ...
Gettysburg Great Weekend
Gettysburgians from across the country—and around the globe—gathered on campus for a spectacular Homecoming and Campaign kick-off weekend, Sept. 19-20.
Alumni reconnecting with ...Read More
A great day to be a Bullet - Parting shot
Whenever I wear a sweatshirt with the Bullets logo, it’s bound to be recognized by another alum. We are a small, tightly knit community. And proud of our school.
So when I returned for...Read More