Elizabethtown College Online Magazine
Dr. Diane Bridge trains her microscope on a lethal banquet unfolding in a droplet. A tiny freshwater predator from the hydra genus flexes tentacles that could be straight from a monster movie. Helpless in its clutch are two brine shrimp larvae with reddish specks for eyes. Snack time …
With the reorganization of student wellness, a reinvigorated Employee Wellness Team and plans for a new sports, fitness and wellness center, the Elizabethtown College community has a renewed focus on health.
Bee hives next to the College garden offer pollen exchange, honey and lesson opportunities.
In autumn 2011, when first-years, wide-eyed and practically shimmering with anticipation, pulled suitcases and tightly rolled posters from minivans and waved goodbye to tearful family members, there were three among them who had already stepped up their educational game.