Elizabethtown College Online Magazine

Rewind and Reminisce: Conversations on College Keepsakes

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Paste. Tape. Clip. Tuck. All methods of fastening memories to or between pages, hoping that, over time, they stick and they stay.

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Perusing Peru

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Cross-Cultural Experience Offers Students Immersion Opportunities

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STEM Sells

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Careers can STEM from a love of science, technology, engineering and math.

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Strengthen the Soul

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To connect to the soul, one must first quiet all external noise. So, in solitude or side by side, we tend to seek serene spaces to calm the clamor, to explore our essence.

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An Appetite for Sustainability

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Food, it is said, is good for the soul. our minds and bodies require nourishment. You could say, then, that Elizabethtown College Dining Services feeds the mind, body and soul.

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Pushing Boundaries

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Whether you want to push yourself to the limit or just get a healthier body, stepping out of your comfort zone and into a new challenge can unlock a passion you didn’t know was there and inspire you to chase something truly exciting.

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Mentors and Mentees Move Forward, Together

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Moving forward often requires us to look back. History has proven that the role of a mentor can have a profound impact on society....

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Putting the Pieces Together: Archaeology Research Spans Continents, Civilizations

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Fragments of a 400-year-old clay pot sit on a table in the Public Archaeology Lab at Elizabethtown College—a hidden gem of a facility tucked behind a college-owned home. Joseph Bomberger ‘13 is putting together these fragile remains as part of a summer internship.

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Lake Placida Through the Years

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One day at Lake Placida in the 1940s, Ziegler “Zig” Heilman ‘50 did the unthinkable. He and his skating buddies had been furiously...

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From Center to School

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So What’s In A Name? The Edward R. Murphy Center for Continuing Education and Distance Learning has a new name: The Elizabethtown...

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