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New York Times profiles Gettysburg College music Prof. Avner Dorman

The New York Times profiled Gettysburg College music Prof. Avner Dorman, a rising international star composer.

"Dorman's music works its magic by melding far-flung influences and making... Learn More


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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Web videos by Josh Scheinblum '11

Josh Scheinblum '11 is an active videographer on the Gettysburg College campus, working with the Sports Information Office, Office of Web Communications & Marketing, and Office of Communications...

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Gwen Ifill to speak about why politics matter April 8

Gwen Ifill will speak on "Breaking Through: Why Politics Matters" April 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gettysburg College Union Building, Room 260.

Ifill is moderator and managing editor of "Washington...

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International student Denitsa Koleva '10 leads the Student Senate

Denitsa Koleva's fellow students have made it clear: she is a leader.

Not only was she elected president of the Student Senate, but she also received a Learn More


Faculty and student research the effect of 2009 Pennsylvania budget impasse on local agencies

Gettysburg College Sociology Professor Michael Gibbons and students blended research methods with public policy to help community service organizations in South Central Pennsylvania.

As many...

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History professors discuss the Underground Railroad, imperialism, and Lincoln on video

A downloadable video series focusing on faculty members and their published works and research is available on the College's YouTube...

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Think critically. Act compassionately. Kate Sweetland-Lambird '10 student leadership video

Kate Sweetland-Lambird '10 came to Gettysburg knowing she would get involved with the College's Center for Public Service (CPS). What she didn't know was...

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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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Gettysburg College students complete media internships with NBC, CBS, Sirius XM

While interning at NBC News in New York, Andrew Arenge, Class of 2010, was "in the control room during any breaking news," including "when we announced that Michael Jackson had passed away."

Arenge...

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Learning to lead: student manages orientation experience for new class

Like most first-year students, Angela Dolson was nervous when she arrived on campus. Unlike most first-years, she resolved to help future new arrivals adapt to campus life.

This past summer,...

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Campus candlelight vigil honors King legacy; video available

Members of the Gettysburg College community gathered Jan. 19 for a candlelight vigil in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dozens of students, faculty members, administrators,...

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Top Ten stories highlight high-profile year at Gettysburg College

From presidential campaigns visiting campus to professors analyzing the race on national television, 2008 was a high-profile year for Gettysburg College.

Listing all of the year's great...

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Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College Fall 2008 Speaker Series wrap-up

The Eisenhower Institute at Gettysburg College's Fall 2008 Speaker Series featured politicians and pundits who analyzed the presidential election, women and politics and the future of transportation...

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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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Lincoln-Douglas debates remain at heart of U.S. politics, Gettysburg College prof says

There is a direct link between today's "culture wars" and the famed Lincoln-Douglas debates of 150 years ago, a Gettysburg College professor argued in an op-ed in the Christian Science Monitor...

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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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Justice O'Connor tells grads to 'aim high'; video and photo gallery available

Note: To replace programs damaged by rain, Gettysburg College has mailed new copies to graduates and their families. Anyone who has not received a new Commencement program can contact Kathy Criasia...

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Gettysburg College prof probes political debates on NPR's WHYY

Gettysburg College's Civil War Era Studies Professor Allen Guelzo appeared on "Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane," Philadelphia's NPR affiliate WHYY serving southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware...

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Video of the winning acts and highlights from the 2008 Talent Show

A dozen students sang, performed, and danced while participating in this year's annual Talent Show last month. Sponsored by Gettysburg College's International Club, the event drew a large crowd and...

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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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