Elizabethtown College Online Magazine

Anything But Plain

Posted by in Features, Spring 2015 | 0 comments

After nearly four decades at Elizabethown, the College’s prolific plain sect expert is retiring. Here, faculty and staff members,  colleagues and former students reflect on Kraybill’s decorated career and his influence on individuals—and an entire culture.

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Capstone: Walking ‘Miles’ in Her Shoes

Posted by in Features, Spring 2015 | 0 comments

Stephanie Miles shows up to her psychology appointment at Penn State Hershey Medical Center fresh from a day of classes, clad in Catholic school plaid. She’s depressed, anxious. She’s not fond of her mom. She’s a rebel. She’s, well…she’s not actually Stephanie Miles…

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Capstone: On air, Online

Posted by in Features, Spring 2015 | 0 comments

When it comes to fulfilling this Signature Learning Experience, each academic department treats capstones, projects and portfolios...

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Blue & Gray Going Green

Posted by in Features, Spring 2015 | 0 comments

Sustainability efforts ‘growing’ on campus, in the classroom and in the world

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Wireless World, Connected Campus

Posted by in Features, Winter 2015 | 0 comments

Technology Supports Learning at Elizabethtown College    Chalk to marker. Pen to stylus. Paperless pads and tablets. Pages that are...

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Some Things Just Mesh

Posted by in Features, Winter 2015 | 0 comments

It was a change they didn’t account for. Greg Kenneally ’11 and Michael Kenneally ’11 had it planned: Elizabethtown College. Graduate school. CPA exam. A career in public accounting. But the twins’ game plan took an unexpected turn.

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Connecting Classroom Concepts to Real-World Work Experience

Posted by in Features, Winter 2015 | 0 comments

When, at the end of their telephone conversation, a vendor from China wished a happy holiday to Katie Brumbach ’15 she took notice. In that simple interaction, the Elizabethtown College international business major realized…

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Rewind and Reminisce: Conversations on College Keepsakes

Posted by in Fall 2014, Features | 0 comments

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

Posted by in Fall 2014, Features | 0 comments

Cross-Cultural Experience Offers Students Immersion Opportunities

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STEM Sells

Posted by in Fall 2014, Features | 0 comments

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

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