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 2023 issue.
by Katelyn Silva
For teams of one to 100, success is contingent upon the growth of both the individual and the collective.
by Molly Pavlovich
For today’s TikTok savvy tourists, travel is an experience that goes beyond simply seeing opening eyes and souls to explore and discover.
by Michael Vyskocil
Rachel Rutter ’11 dedicates self to service for the well-being of immigrant children.
Gettysburg College President Bob Iuliano reflects on the Four Areas of Focus that will guide the institution’s decision-making and priorities in the years ahead.
Gettysburg College celebrated the inaugural Master's Commencement for its new Master of Arts in American history program, honoring the achievements of its first graduates.
Our community came alive on social media when Gettysburg College was featured on “Jeopardy!” and when we celebrated the people who make this place special.
Catch up on Gettysburg College happenings in our news roundup from the Summer 2023 edition of our magazine.
How does the power of belief take hold in our lives?
Lives of Consequence:
Born in a refugee camp, Yin's commitment to education and community impact shines through his role at SPARK Quality Support Center, volunteerism, and ongoing pursuit of education for a lasting legacy.
From his defining moments as a member of the Gettysburg College Choir to serving on the Alumni Board of Directors, Brian Pumphrey ’98 shares why he is loyal to our College.
Prof. Linus Nyiwul exemplifies the impact of passionate teaching, dedication to fostering growth, and a commitment to making education a transformative experience for students.
From The Archives
Explore Gettysburg College's historical and cinematic importance, featuring its role as a training ground, film backdrop, and source of stories portraying adversity and triumph.
Behind the Scenes:
Danny Ziegler ’21 of Ziggy Donutz shares life lessons he’s learned from creating a great doughnut.
Mimi Schlichter ’82 reflects on her journey from animal science to art at Gettysburg College, which fostered personal growth and shaped her as an artist, writer, and church musician through diverse experiences.
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