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Photo of the Day contest winner chosen by razor-thin margin

A one-vote margin decided Gettysburg College's Photo of the Day contest.

With 93 of 392 ballots cast, Spanish and psychology major Jen Lech, Class of 2010, will receive an eight-gigabyte iPod... Learn More


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Gettysburg College magazine reaches from Nicaragua to Lincoln's bedroom

The new issue of Gettysburg College's magazine reaches from a Nicaraguan coffee farm to the house where Lincoln finished his Gettysburg Address.

Since the early 1980s, hundreds of Gettysburg...

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United World Colleges program brings students to Gettysburg

Mohamed Sehwail, of Palestine's West Bank, is one of three current students who came to Gettysburg College through the prestigious United World Colleges Davis Scholarships program, which is profiled...

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Prof. Ralph Cavaliere profiled in new Gettysburg magazine

The newest issue of Gettysburg, the College's magazine, looks back on biology Prof. Ralph Cavaliere's decades of service and looks forward to campus improvements planned in coming years.

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Outdoor adventures welcome new students to Gettysburg College

From kayaking in the Chesapeake Bay to helping the homeless in Washington, D.C., off-campus adventures introduce first-year students to the wide range of leadership opportunities available at Gettysburg...

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New Gettysburg magazine features presidential campaign; video available

The company candidates keep reveal far more about them than soundbites and campaign ads, political science Prof. Shirley Anne Warshaw says in the summer issue of Gettysburg, the College's magazine.
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Reconstruction failed Maryland's African Americans, Gettysburg prof says

After the Civil War, Maryland's African American population might have been better off in one of the conquered Confederate states.

That is one startling conclusion of research by Africana studies...

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Study abroad gives Gettysburg College students a global education

Nationally, only about two percent of all undergraduates study overseas, but at Gettysburg College, that figure is a whopping 50 percent.

Nearly 90 programs help prepare students for today&rsquo...

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Grad who headed UNICEF and Peace Corps is making a world of difference

Carol Bellamy ’63 was executive director of UNICEF, director of the Peace Corps, president of the New York Council, and a New York state senator—not to mention her successful career as a...

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Distinctive Programs

Gettysburg College offers distinctive programs that enhance the quality of the liberal arts experience for students:

Civil War Institute


Eisenhower Institute


Garthwait Leadership Center


Sunderman Conservatory of Music


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