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At home in the lab: With profs’ mentorship, Danny Zeng ’15 confirms passion for chem research


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Happy Thanksgiving!


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Sarah Connelly ’15 merges feminist theory and art through web-comic


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Living room learning: College houses “spark” interest beyond the classroom


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Lamin Oo ’10 mentioned by President Obama in Burma


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Dedication Day: Reflections on what the Gettysburg Address means today


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Julian Bond visits campus for Fall Convocation


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Warshaw writes op-ed on Obama administration's handling of Ebola


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Prof and alum co-author Veterans Day piece on homeless vets with families


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Guelzo earns media attention for pieces on Gettysburg Medal of Honor recipient


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Prof. Zhining Hu prepares global citizens for a global economy


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Great jobs, great lives


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From Jack Kerouac to the labor market, meet 2014’s Mellon Summer Scholars


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Gburg Off-Campus, Part 4: Samantha Poteste ’15 engages the D.C. nonprofit world


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Rats! Psych Prof. Steve Siviy’s research with students goes global


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A hands-on approach: Prof. Rimvydas Baltaduonis conducts new econ research


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Prof. Chris Fee's homelessness First-Year Seminar featured in Washington Post


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Bienvenidos a ECON 255: La pobreza y la salud en las Américas


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Entrepreneurial Fellowship helps student launch venture


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Elliptigo or no-go? Health sciences prof and students test fitness product


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Einstein, Alice, and Gimbel: First-Year Seminar, mentorship set alum on new path


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Orientation 2014: Journal of a Residence Coordinator [Updated 9-1]


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First-Year Walk speaker has walked a mile in students’ shoes


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Welcome Class of 2018: Orientation highlights, photos, videos, and more!


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Top Orientation traditions and experiences at a glance


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Technology brings the travels of Victorian explorers to life


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In Her Words: Music standout Alice Broadway ’14 tells of journey to Brazil


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Flipping the classroom: Physics Prof. Tim Good uses technology to engage students with classwork


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Salamander Science


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Students use physics to unpack DNA, one molecule at a time


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Faculty seminar studies food insecurity and global health in India


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Isherwood authors Philadelphia Inquirer piece on WWI's legacy


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Exploring Ethiopia: Students and faculty encounter the consequences of energy poverty


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150 + 1 years ago: Highlights from the Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the Battle of Gettysburg


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Gettysburg gamers create Red Light Race, a new Android app


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Inside the Middle East with the Eisenhower Institute


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Guelzo examines Lincoln’s 1864 challenges in NY Times Civil War blog


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President Riggs pens op-ed as part of Aspen Institute’s Summit at Gettysburg


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Want to honor vets this Memorial Day? Help end veterans' homelessness


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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