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A Celebrated Score

Gettysburg College senior Jeff Binner was recently one of only two undergraduates in the country selected to have their orchestral composition performed by the Learn More


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College couple creates fund for art and photography

As husband and wife, history professor Michael J. Birkner ’72 P’10 and library director Robin Wagner P’10 share much of their personal and professional lives. As employees of Gettysburg...

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The Lucky 13 of ’13: Top moments from the past year

2013 was yet another interesting, exciting, and successful year for Gettysburg College and our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends.

A new annual event to add to the list of well-loved...

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Music or biology? Gettysburg's Jimmy Nguyen '15 chose both; Watch video

Gettysburg College junior Jimmy Nguyen loved music, but didn't know if he could balance pursuing his passion while also working to earn a biology degree. After interacting with the Learn More


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Captivated by Curation

When Emily Francisco ’14 stepped onto Gettysburg College’s campus, she was immediately overcome by the energy and sense of community she experienced.  It was Learn More


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Majestic Theater tops digital cinema campaign goal

Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater is proud to announce its “Save Our Downtown Movies” campaign has raised $161,703, exceeding its $150,000 goal to convert two cinemas to digital...

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Sunderman Conservatory sees double with release of two CDs

Gettysburg College Prof. Russell McCutcheon has produced and directed a CD recording that introduces new musical works to the world&rsquo...

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Gettysburg College families to gather for weekend celebration

Gettysburg College will welcome hundreds of parents, family members, and friends to campus Friday, Oct. 26 to Sunday, Oct. 28 for Family Weekend.

The celebratory weekend will feature a host...

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Gettysburg College’s Sunderman Conservatory offers students a medley of opportunities

Gettysburg College’s Sunderman Conservatory offers students a medley of opportunities to harmonize their musical studies with other aspects of the liberal arts curriculum.

“I thought...

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Theatre department founder Prof. Emile Schmidt passes away at 85

Prof. Emeritus Emile O. Schmidt, founder of Gettysburg College’s Department of Theatre Arts, died surrounded by family Aug. 1, 2012, three days after celebrating his 85th birthday.

A memorial...

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Art history alum advances career at renowned NYC museum

What’s it like to be surrounded by priceless pieces of modern and contemporary art on a daily basis?

Ask Claire Charlesworth ’07, who works at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in ...

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New endowment supports family programming at Majestic Theater

Trumpet practice sounded from offstage as Jean LeGros '73 and Jeffrey Gabel met at the Majestic Theater to talk about their joint gift in support of family programming.

“Never a dull moment...

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Majestic Theater highlighted in AP report on digital threat to historic movie houses

Gettysburg College’s Majestic Theater is the centerpiece of an Associated Press video report on how next year’s industry-wide switch from film to digital projection threatens historic movie...

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Celebrate art, culture, and cuisine at the Gettysburg Festival June 8-17

Immerse yourself in American arts, culture, and cuisine at the Gettysburg Festival June 8-17.

Now in its fifth year, the ten-day celebration features dozens of free and ticketed music, art, film...

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Lionel Hong '12 gained a world of experience at Gettysburg College

From an oil-trading summer internship in Denmark to singing in West Side Story to running track, Lionel Hong ’12 has amassed a world of experience during his four years at Gettysburg College...

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Conflict and resolution theme of new work by Gettysburg conservatory prof

The world premiere of Uzu and Muzu from Kakaruzu, a new piece by internationally-acclaimed composer Avner Dorman, was presented by the Stockton (CA) Symphony on March 8. Dorman is professor...

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Romeo & Juliet coming to Gettysburg College March 1-5

Under the direction of Prof. Chris Kauffman ’92, Gettysburg College's Department of Theatre Arts will present a fresh and vibrant production of William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy "Romeo...

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Blues 'genius' to perform at Gettysburg College March 1

Blues musician Corey Harris will perform at Gettysburg College March 1. Beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Junction, the concert is free and open to the public.

A powerful singer and an accomplished...

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NPR’s Carl Kasell to narrate Wind Symphony concert at the Majestic Theater

A guest performance by National Public Radio's Carl Kasell will highlight March 2's concert by the Wind Symphony of Gettysburg College's Sunderman Conservatory of Music.

The 8 p.m. concert will...

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23rd Annual Winter Jazz Ensemble Concert to be held Feb. 18

The 23rd Annual Winter Jazz Concert will take place Feb. 18 at the Majestic Theater.

The Gettysburg College Jazz Ensemble, directed by Prof. John "Buzz" Jones, will perform a variety of big ...

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Distinctive Programs

Gettysburg College offers distinctive programs that enhance the quality of the liberal arts experience for students:

Civil War Institute


Eisenhower Institute


Garthwait Leadership Center


Sunderman Conservatory of Music 


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