Alumni returning to campus often comment on how things have changed since their graduation. Gettysburg’s academic programs now include Middle East and Islamic Studies, Chinese Studies, neuroscience, and public policy.
Four Gettysburgians share recollections and responses from a day that went from revelry to tragedy in a heartbeat.
Out of 134 students who were attending the College in 1895, two would become president of one of the world's most important academic societies.
Public historians blend the physical and virtual worlds to bring history to life.
With the commemoration over, here are some of the sights seen on campus and in town during the ten days of Gettysburg 150: Reflections of History, June 28 to July 7.
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