As Gettysburg College joins the nation this year in commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, it's clear that not only our location binds us to these historic events. We are also bound by service.
Not merely witness to history but transformed by it, a campus in the crosshairs of battle became a meeting place for the final reunion.
Language, religion, geography, politics, culture — to understand the Middle East is to recognize its diversity.
From the Gettysburg Hello to the Stoles of Gratitude, traditions shape how Gettysburgians think — and feel — about themselves and their alma mater.
A career development expert says liberal arts grads are well prepared for a little healthy wandering at all of life’s stages.
You can find class notes beginning on page 31 of the pdf of the magazine or by logging in to myGettysburg.