A Look At The Confederate Monuments Debate From Gettysburg Memorial (NPR)

Scott Hancock, associate professor of History and Africana Studies, took part in a discussion revolving around the recent debates of whether Confederate monuments should be removed from US soil. This October discussion was hosted on NPR. Here is the opening excerpt: Gettysburg, Pa., where Union forces turned the tide of the Civil War in a horrific … More A Look At The Confederate Monuments Debate From Gettysburg Memorial (NPR)

Economics Department gets spooky

On Monday, October 30, students gathered at the Economics Department for hot cider, apples and caramel while taking part in the department’s annual pumpkin carving contest. The entries were unlike any jack-o-lanterns on campus, but equally scary! Some students took a more traditional approach to their pumpkins by carving Halloween favorites like Linus and the Great … More Economics Department gets spooky

Democracy Matters hosts its first “Democracy and Donuts” event

On Monday, Oct. 30, Gettysburg College’s political club Democracy Matters held its first “Democracy and Donuts” event. Democracy Matters defines itself as a “non-partisan, campus-based student organization that strives to diminish the role of money in politics and maximize the principles of democracy.” Although this political organization was founded nationally in 2001, the club did … More Democracy Matters hosts its first “Democracy and Donuts” event

Why eating soup in a movie theater could become a regular occurrence

A customer goes to a movie theater and can buy popcorn, slushies, candy, and maybe in the future… soup. Campbell Soup Company is targeting China as one of its potential new markets for the future. This market is home to the most populated country in the world, but it’s also home to a cinema market … More Why eating soup in a movie theater could become a regular occurrence

How to survive Servo when you’re tired of Servo

Gettysburgians have it pretty good when it comes to campus food.  Servo has been nationally ranked among college dining halls a few times.  I’m sure when your friends visit, they compliment the variety and high quality of our cuisine.  However, at one point, we all fall into complacency and begin to feel like Servo food just isn’t … More How to survive Servo when you’re tired of Servo

Album review: Arcade Fire’s Everything Now

Arcade Fire is my favorite band of all time. My devotion to this Montréal-based Indie rock group stems from a deep appreciation for their instrumental complexity, as well as a fascination with their ability to evolve dramatically. Naturally, my expectations for their fifth studio album, “Everything Now,” were sky-high. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. Though imperfect, … More Album review: Arcade Fire’s Everything Now