Literary Review

Literary Review

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Comedic Relief: The School For Lies

Comedic Relief: The School For Lies

By: Elisabeth French “Gettysburg Great!” accurately describes the performance displayed by the Theatre Arts Program of Gettysburg College this fall. The School For Lies is an intriguing, flamboyant, highly comical play. The student actors encompass these roles flawlessly. Based on the play, The Misanthrope by […]

Student Kathleen Bolger Examines Her Path to Writing

Student Kathleen Bolger Examines Her Path to Writing

Kathleen Bolger, or Katie as she is known to me, is a fellow senior at Gettysburg College and an English Major with a Writing Concentration and minors in Spanish and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Since being at Gettysburg, she has published two poems (2016) […]

Musical Mind

Musical Mind

Adam Cordle is a soloist and chamber musician, mostly playing concert series throughout North America and Europe. He has been involved in music for quite some time and I got a chance to sit down with him to delve into his passion of music and […]

Interview with Danielle Jones

Interview with Danielle Jones

Danielle Jones is a senior Violence in Memory and History major at Gettysburg College with an undeniable passion for culture. Danielle has worked on a variety of projects including exhibits at the Smithsonian and the New York Historical Society that interconnect memory and history. Danielle […]

The Contemporary Confederacy

The Contemporary Confederacy

Dr. Ian Isherwood is an alumni of Gettysburg College, Dartmouth College, and the University of Glasgow, where obtained his PhD. His focus is on modern British history, particularly the history of war. He highlights the importance of an interdisciplinary approach in understanding history, especially when […]

Seeing in Black and White in the Schmucker Art Gallery

Seeing in Black and White in the Schmucker Art Gallery

By: Anne Lacey The first time that any student visits their college art gallery is a special moment. They usually become entranced into a world, different from their own, in which they can view things that have bigger meaning than the test they are studying […]

Messages and Mobility in The Mercury

Messages and Mobility in The Mercury

By: Nicole Farina An element, a planet, a Roman God, and even a literary magazine—mercury is a multi-veiled name. Mercury is the fastest moving planet in the solar system, which is why the liquid element mercury inherited its name. The Roman God Mercury has a […]

Gettysburg College: The School for Slightly Inaccurate Information

Gettysburg College: The School for Slightly Inaccurate Information

By: Caleigh Flegg The theater has a reputation of pushing boundaries, of being innovative and even uncomfortable. Gettysburg College’s most recent production certainly fits that bill; looking around The Kline Theater during the show, one can see an amusing combination of students and professors shaking […]

The Process of Discovery in Writing

The Process of Discovery in Writing

By: Nicole Farina Creative fiction writer Fred Leebron is the author of hundreds of short stories, personal essays, three novels, and even an anthology. A graduate from Princeton University, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Iowa, he’s since put his degrees to good use […]

Blake, Rossetti, and Feminism with Suzanne Flynn

Blake, Rossetti, and Feminism with Suzanne Flynn

By: Caleigh Flegg Suzanne Flynn is known to most as a ubiquitous figure in Gettysburg College’s English department; in keeping with this position, she is a no-nonsense woman that expects the very best from everyone. However, once you get to know her, she will happily […]

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