Gettysburg College Magazine - Summer 2021

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 Summer 2021 issue.



  • President’s Letter:

    A Gettysburg Education Lays The Foundation For A Lifetime of Learning And Evolving

    President Iuliano pens a letter about Gettysburg College’s position to deepen its national footprint and deliver a truly consequential education.

  • Noteworthy:

    The 'Resilient' Return Of The Orange And Blue

    The Gettysburg College Bullets returned to play! Read about their successes after an extended pause due to COVID-19.

  • Conversations:

    Media Mentions

    The reimagined J-Term, our 189th Founder’s Day, a student-athlete’s story on why she transferred to Gettysburg College, and our Servo cookie showdown stirred nostalgia on social media. Plus, read about our students, alumni, faculty, and staff in the media.

  • News:


    Catch up on Gettysburg College happenings in our news roundup from the Summer 2021 edition of our magazine.

  • Perspectives:

    On The Topic Of Hope

    How do we look ahead toward progress, growth, and change?

  • Connections:

    Bruce S. Gordon ’68

    Trustee Emeritus Bruce S. Gordon ’68, who recently founded The Bruce S. Gordon ’68 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Teaching Excellence Prize, shared his Gettysburg experiences, including being one of three African-American students on campus in 1964.

  • Prof Path:

    Shelli Frey

    The chemistry professor is a problem-solver. Prof. Shelli Frey shares her path from student to teacher, including 13 years teaching at Gettysburg.

  • What Makes A Great...


    Learn about the process of making wine from sommelier Alexander Lopez-Wilson ’10.

  • From The Archives

    A Timeline Of Technology

    From the first electric light to computers, internet, 3D printing, and virtual reality, learn how Gettysburg College made technological strides across the last century.

  • Reflections:

    Window Of Opportunity

    Laura Johnson Stanton ’09 reflects on her serendipitous connection with Musselman Library architect Hugh Newell Jacobson.

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