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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... Learn More


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32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration to be held Jan. 23

Educator, author, and civil rights advocate Dr. Bettye F. Baker will speak at the 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration January 23. The event will be held in Gettysburg College’s Christ...

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Recognition ceremony honors December graduates; video, photo gallery

Gettysburg College recognized mid-year graduates at a Dec. 15 ceremony in the College Union Building Ballroom.

Families, friends, and faculty members gathered to honor the achievements of 29 ...

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Thanksgiving dinner by the numbers

Each year Gettysburg College's Dining Center hosts Thanksgiving dinner for more than 2,000 students. Seated with their friends, students are served a roasted turkey with all the fixings by more than...

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Dedication Day events illustrate Gettysburg College's ties to Lincoln legacy

Nearly 150 years after the Civil War's pivotal battle and the Gettysburg Address, Gettysburg College remains strongly connected to the legacy of President Abraham Lincoln.

Highlights of the College's...

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28th Annual Fall Convocation to feature award-winning journalist

Award-winning radio journalist, producer, and educator Deepa Fernandes will be the keynote speaker at Gettysburg College's 28th Annual Fall Convocation on Nov. 10.

The lecture, which is scheduled...

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One Great Weekend to be held at Gettysburg Oct. 21-23

Gettysburg College alumni, parents, family members, and friends are invited to celebrate One Great Weekend, a combination of Homecoming and Family Weekend.

Put on your orange and blue and come...

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Vote for the Top Ten story of 2010

From deep snow on campus to students firing back at Jon Stewart to a record number of Fulbright student scholars, 2010 was a stellar year for Gettysburg College.

Listing all of the year's news...

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Distinguished Alumni honored by Gettysburg College

A guardian of public safety, a U.S. Navy hero, an advocate of international service learning, and a statewide Professor of the Year, are Gettysburg College's Distinguished Alumni for 2010.

The...

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Hunger activist Robert Egger calls Gettysburg graduates “Generation Now”

Hunger-combating activist Robert Egger, president and founder of D.C. Central Kitchen in Washington, D.C., spoke to 631 graduates May 16 at Gettysburg College's Commencement Exercises, charging them...

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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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Gettysburg College students enjoy turkey with friends, chili for a cause

Each year Gettysburg College's Dining Center hosts Thanksgiving dinner for more than 2,000 students. Seated with their friends, students are served a roasted turkey with all the fixings by more than...

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Inauguration of Janet Morgan Riggs planned Sept. 11-13 at Gettysburg College

Gettysburg College will celebrate the installation of Janet Morgan Riggs as the college’s 14th president Sept. 11-13.

Riggs' installation ceremony will take place Sept. 12 at 1 p.m....

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Gettysburg College's newest students volunteer, get to know their new 'home'

One day after moving into residence halls, Gettysburg College's newest students were highly visible in the community Aug. 27 as they participated in the 19th annual Gettysburg Is Volunteering (GIV) ...

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Civil War deaths shaped America, Harvard president says at Gettysburg College

Death was the “texture” of the Civil War experience, Harvard University President Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust said July 15 at Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater.

“We ...

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Gettysburg College celebrates 177 years on Founders Day April 7

Gettysburg College's founder Samuel Simon Schmucker's belief in the value of an institution dedicated to "advance the cause of liberal education" resulted in the granting of the College's charter 177...

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Ceremony honors 29 December graduates; photo gallery available

Gettysburg College recognized mid-year graduates at a Dec. 18 ceremony.

A standing-room-only crowd of families, faculty, and friends packed Schmucker Hall's Paul Recital Hall to celebrate...

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Gettysburg College students enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner with friends

What do you do with 224 turkeys, 2,000 students, and 100 faculty and staff volunteers? Serve Thanksgiving dinner.

 

Each year the dining center hosts Thanksgiving dinner for the...

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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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