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U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack meets students at Gettysburg College

Gettysburg College's Eisenhower Institute (EI) hosted U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack on campus Jan. 25.

Vilsack met with students and faculty members as part of the EI's Women In Leadership... Learn More


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Hundreds attend Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on campus; photo gallery

Hundreds attended the 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Jan. 23 in Gettysburg College's Christ Chapel.

Educator, author, and civil rights advocate Dr. Bettye F. Baker recounted her...

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October snow blankets Gettysburg College -- photo gallery

An October snowstorm blanketed the Gettysburg College campus, combining with remaining autumn leaves to create colorful vistas on the historic campus.

A gallery of photographs illustrates the...

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Photo of the Day Contest winners announced

An image of the campus' autumn beauty won the "People's Choice" award in Gettysburg College's third annual Photo of the Day contest.

Ashleigh Zicker '13 submitted the winning image, which received...

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Vote now in Gettysburg College’s Photo of the Day contest

An online poll is under way to determine the winner of the People's Choice award in Gettysburg College's third annual Photo of the Day contest.

Anyone is welcome to vote, but only one vote from...

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Submit entries now for Photo of the Day contest; two prizes this year

Submissions are now welcome for Gettysburg College's second annual Photo of the Day contest.

Two prizes -- Canon Powershot SD780IS cameras that shoot both still images and HD video -- will be...

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Women's lacrosse seniors graduate in special ceremony; photo gallery

Ten members of Gettysburg College's women's lacrosse team graduated May 11 in a special Commencement ceremony in Schmucker Hall's Paul Recital Hall.

Included were Jessica Crane, Erin Cushing...

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Gettysburg College students elected to Phi Beta Kappa; photo gallery

Gettysburg College's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa initiated new members April 7.

Election to Phi Beta Kappa is perhaps the most widely recognized academic distinction in American higher education...

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Blizzard dumps another foot on campus; photo galleries

A blizzard dumped approximately a foot of snow on campus Feb. 9 and 10, for a total accumulation of some three feet in less an week.

The latest storm rolled in Tuesday afternoon and raged through...

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Storm dumps two feet of snow on campus; photo galleries

Gettysburg College was not immune from the giant snowstorm that hammered the mid-Atlantic region Feb. 5 and 6.

Students made the best of the situation, playing football in the snow, digging ...

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Candlelight vigil honors memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; photo gallery

A candlelight vigil on the steps of Gettysburg College's Musselman Library honored the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 18.

"Dr. King's relevance did not disappear with the passage...

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Photo gallery highlights holiday lights on campus

From fraternity houses to Pennsylvania Hall, the Gettysburg College campus is aglow with lights.

Blazing decorations are a longstanding tradition on campus during the winter holiday season, and...

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Photo gallery highlights holiday lights on campus

Sigma Nu lights

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Gettysburg College students travel to Britain to study ancient artifacts

What if Stonehenge were relocated to a museum and replica stones were erected at the original site? Would the site still feel sacred? Would the fake stones be sacred? And how about the original stones...

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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...

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Study abroad an 'incredible' experience, student says

Studying in Spain was "one of the most incredible things I ever did in my life," said Jen Lech, a Spanish and psychology double-major.

During four and a half months abroad, she said, "one of...

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Student's photos highlight study-abroad experiences in Bahamas, Denmark, Africa

To some travelers, the Bahamas, Copenhagen, and Africa might sound like a dream vacation: fun in the sun, clubbing, and a safari.

But for Katharine "GK" Hickey, Class of 2010, those three Learn More


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Vote now in Gettysburg College Photo of the Day contest

Six finalists have been chosen in Gettysburg College’s Photo of the Day contest.

Your votes will determine the winner, who will receive an eight-gigabyte iPod touch. Results will be...

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New Photo of the Day archive filled with Gettysburg College images

A complete archive of Gettysburg College's Photo of the Day images is now available.

You can view and comment ...

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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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