INTERVIEW: Ari Snaevarsson ’17 Publishes Book on Eating Disorder Recovery

Ari Snaevarsson graduated from Gettysburg College in December 2017, with a major in Health Sciences and a minor in Religious Studies. During his time at Gettysburg, Ari wrote nutrition articles as the Features Editor of the Gettysburgian, spearheaded the powerlifting team, and interned at a residential clinic for victims of eating disorders. Shortly before graduation, … More INTERVIEW: Ari Snaevarsson ’17 Publishes Book on Eating Disorder Recovery

All-American status: Hilfrank ’18 took on each cross country race ‘with an open mind’

Elizabeth Hilfrank ’18 claimed All-American status this past cross country (XC) season — the third to do so in school history. She snagged XC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, claimed all-region honors and locked up a first-team all-conference spot. At one point during the season, she won three straight races. I had the chance to speak … More All-American status: Hilfrank ’18 took on each cross country race ‘with an open mind’

Senate President Frigon reveals his roots to the Civil War

Luke Frigon ’18 has wanted to attend Gettysburg College since he was around eight years old, he claims. He is now in his senior year and has risen to become President of Student Senate. Philanthropy, fundraising or personal relations (alumni relations) are his desired landing spots for life after graduation — and he eventually wants … More Senate President Frigon reveals his roots to the Civil War

Writer Jonathan Dee reveals why he wrote a novel set in the post-9/11 period

Jonathan Dee, an American novelist and non-fiction writer, came to speak at Gettysburg College on Monday, Oct. 16. Dee was a finalist for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize. He read from the prologue of his recently published novel, “The Locals” — set the day after September 11, 2001, and he also held a brief Q&A. Two … More Writer Jonathan Dee reveals why he wrote a novel set in the post-9/11 period

Club Rugby President Zach Blackmore provides insight on the culture and expectations

I had a chance to chat with Club Rugby President Zach Blackmore and learn more about his motivations for playing, the season in general and some of the culture that comes along with club sports. Jordan Merrifield: Why did you want to join rugby in the first place? Zach Blackmore: Well, it’s a sport that a … More Club Rugby President Zach Blackmore provides insight on the culture and expectations