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Lamin Oo ’10 mentioned by President Obama in Burma

Lamin Oo ’10 returned to his homeland of Myanmar/Burma upon graduating from Gettysburg to work on a documentary This Land Is Our Land... Learn More


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Dedication Day: Reflections on what the Gettysburg Address means today

November 19 is a notable day in the town of Gettysburg and in our nation’s history. Yes, it is a time for reflection and remembrance, but it is also a time to think about where we are as a country...

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Julian Bond visits campus for Fall Convocation

Civil rights leader and activist Julian Bond spoke before a packed audience on November 13 in the College Union Building Ballroom at Gettysburg College.

Bond spoke about the need for many people...

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

Harold G. Evans Chair of Eisenhower Leadership Studies and political science Prof. Shirley Anne Warshaw wrote a Nov. 12 Harrisburg Patriot-News Learn More


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

English Prof. Chris Fee and Josh Stewart ’11, assistant director of policy at the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, co-authored a piece for the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch ...

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

Allen Guelzo, the Henry R. Luce Professor of the Civil War Era, Director of Civil War Era Studies and author of Gettysburg: The Last Invasion, received national and local media attention for...

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Prof. Zhining Hu prepares global citizens for a global economy

As an undergraduate student, economics Prof. Zhining Hu wanted more hands-on learning and research opportunities, and she wasn’t afraid...

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Great jobs, great lives

A Gettysburg education is the surest path toward developing the kind of intellectual power the world needs. From day one, Gettysburg prepares its students to be thinkers and doers – engaged citizens...

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

Each year, while many of their classmates are at summer internships and jobs around the country and the world, a cohort of Gettysburg students remains on campus to pursue their academic passions. While...

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

More than half of Gettysburg students spend at least one semester studying off-campus. In 2013, the Institute of International Education recognized this commitment ...

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

What does a rat’s behavior during play have to do with anxiety in children? That is one of the questions psychology Prof....

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

Economics Prof. Rimvydas Baltaduonis is not only embracing the concept of a global education, he’s taking it to the next level...

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

English Prof. Chris Fee's First-Year Seminar on homelessness was featured in an Oct. 12 Washington Post article.

Fee's seminar, Trying to Find a Way Back Home: An Introduction to the Literature...

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

An enthusiastic communicator, Economics Prof. Eileen Stillwaggon knows the value of using multiple languages for working in an integrated global economy. During the...

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Entrepreneurial Fellowship helps student launch venture

Wei Xiong ’15 saw a need on campus.

Each semester, students sign up for their courses. And each semester, there is a list of books students need to buy. Depending on a students course load...

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

It seems that almost every day there’s a new fitness product on the market – always alleging faster, stronger, or better results. Learn More


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

A First-Year Seminar can have a big impact on the life of a student. Just ask Jeff Maynes ’05 whose life and career looks completely different than he thought it would thirteen years after he ...

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

Residence Coordinator and Orientation aficionado Abby Conner ’15 will be keeping a journal over the next week as Gettysburg College welcomes...

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

World War I scholar, professor, assistant director of Gettysburg College’s Civil War Institute (CWI), these are just a few of the distinctions held...

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

Welcome, Class of 2018! Today, 724 students arrived on campus from their homes across the country and world.

Opening Day is always one of the most exciting days of the year, and we invite you...

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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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