In an article written for USA Today Colleges, Kasey Varner '14 discusses the work of Cure Duchenne House, on of the College's theme houses, and the work its done to raise money for Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy.
From USA Today Colleges:
Scott Wojciechowski, the residential life coordinator for College Houses, says that Gettysburg doesn’t set fundraising goals for the students or even mandate fundraising, instead letting the individual houses determine the direction of their philanthropic aims.
“What strengthens the Cure Duchenne House’s program is that they know the boys,” Wojciechowski says. “They are directly impacting people in our home community and that’s powerful.”