Gettysburg College Magazine is published twice a year as a gift to all alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the College by the Communications and Marketing Office. Included below are select highlights from the Spring 2020 issue.
by Molly Foster
With an entrepreneurial spirit inspired by family and strengthened at Gettysburg, Roby Burch ’17 turned a college idea into a trademarked business.
by Molly Foster
Since 2004, Stoles of Gratitude have served as symbolic reminders that generosity doesn’t go unnoticed. Stories of hardship, hope, and growth emerge from a beloved tradition.
by Michael J. Birkner ’72, P’10
Symposium ’70 was the brainchild of Stephen Nowlan ’72. During the peak era of activism, he turned the annual “awareness week” into something much bigger.
by Megan Miller
Since its founding in 1832, Gettysburg College has cultivated a culture centered around action and ruled by conscience.
President Bob Iuliano reflects on enduring words by the late Nelson Mandela.
Go inside our new podcast, Conversations Beneath the Cupola, hosted by President Bob Iuliano.
In October 2019, we announced a new major built upon our history of preparing students for success in the business world.
Exploration happens beyond the classroom through creative pursuits.
Don Snyder ’62, a retired Sears, Roebuck and Co. retail executive, shares how he meticulously curated a 1,100-square-foot toy collection.
Maurice Banks, former assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania, joined the Bullets football program on February 3.
When we experience and express our appreciation, how do we grow and shift our worldview?
Bob ’60 and Brenda Parry are visionary Gettysburgians for lifetime giving.
“We are descended from our teachers, who are descended from their teachers in the same way our students will descend from us.”
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