See how Nate Atwater '14 captured the essence of Get Acquainted Day through the lens of his camera.
Not merely witness to history but transformed by it, a campus in the crosshairs of battle became a meeting place for the final reunion.
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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.
Director of the Civil War Institute and Robert C. Fluhrer Professor of Civil War Studies
Carmichael recently led the organization of “The Future of Civil War History: Looking Beyond the 150th,” an innovative 3-day conference on the frontiers of academic and public history.
Southern history, public history, and cultural history