Why do they do it? Is it the thrill of being watched? Is it the gross satisfaction of making others squeamishly uncomfortable? Or, is it merely the physical manifestation of a nauseatingly unhealthy level of co-dependency… Whatever the reason may be, it is time that we as a campus community put our collective foot down … More Stop Holding Hands in Class
On a brisk but sunny Saturday morning, March 24, a large crowd quickly began to accumulate in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha chapter house on 113 West Broadway St, Gettysburg, PA. In a display of inter-fraternal solidarity, four separate Greek-letter organizations joined together to celebrate their shared commitment to the ideals of service and … More Battlefield Ruck March 2018 raises over $2K for Homes for our Troops
2018 has been year of fresh starts and new-beginnings over at the Lambda Chi Alpha chapter house. Decade-old disciplinary sanctions have been lifted, large-scale renovations/donations have been procured and substantial membership growth has been achieved. And yet, amidst all of this excitement, there is one new development in the big red house on West Broadway … More Living in the Lambda Chi basement
Yes. And here is why: Course Load: Under the current scheduling system broken down by semesters, students take four courses per-term and eight courses per-year. Look at that math! On a trimester system, students would only take three courses per-term, yet they would finish the year having taken nine. And, seriously, I didn’t use a … More Should Gettysburg College switch to a trimester system?
The weather is getting colder, the leaves are changing color, and across campus Halloween costumes of varying levels of vulgarity are being meticulously assembled. The last thing on anyone’s mind right now, is the outdoor weather season. A wintry eternity lies between us and the Spring semester. However, it is never too early to begin … More Kan Jam is better than Cornhole
On the eve of their “pizza 5k” philanthropy event, ΛΧΑ, ΑΧΡ, and ΑΟΠ members all gathered at the pavilion behind West Building for a pasta-dinner fundraiser. Feeling that the funds were not being raised quite fast enough, senior Steve Muoio (ΛΧΑ) ‘18 decided to take the fundraising efforts into his own hands. Muoio bet the … More Gettysburg senior gets wet for charity