From the President
“The world will little note, nor long remember, what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here.”
Of course, we all remember President Abraham Lincoln’s iconic Gettysburg Address, but with this humble phrase, President Lincoln reinforced that action means more than rhetoric. Read more.
Determined to travel
Rejection led David Zapata ’94 to blaze an international trail.
Complex memories: the Vietnam War era
Then—as now—the College was a place for thoughtful discourse and purposeful action.
Making it in marketing
Digital marketer Elise Sondheim ’15 helps high-profile retailers tell their brand stories.
A horse of course
A succession of well-mentored student researchers, a patent, and insights into genetic disorders are some of the benefits of chemistry Prof. Koren Lipsett’s ongoing research.
- Majestic nears 100
- Prof notes - Christopher Fee
- What to explore in computer science
- The 411 - Troy Datcher ’90
- Day to lead Conservatory
- Scholars and Authors
- Discovery, diversity, and excellence in music prized
- Media notes
- Litigating for good
- Dichotomies illustrated
Do great work
- What students Do
- What makes Gettysburg Great
- Work that makes a difference
You can find class notes beginning on page 31 of the pdf of the magazine.