Elizabethtown College Online Magazine

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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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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Lives of Service – Milton McFalls

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  MILTON MCFALLS ‘68 – A BREATH OF FRESH AIR A four-story house stands proudly on the corner of Beach and 11th in North...

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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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Alumni Encounters: Fall 2013 — New Feature

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It’s a small world, after all! You never know where you’ll run into a Blue Jay. Alumni Encounters, a new, recurring column launched in...

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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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Alumni Assist with Sandy Clean-up

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It’s been months since Hurricane Sandy tore across the East Coast and, for many coastal town residents, the storm is not just a recent...

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The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far from the …. Trebuchet?

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Each spring, as part of Scholarship and Creative Arts Day, students showcase research, demonstrate projects and exhibit or perform...

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Generations of Jays

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A family’s lineage often reveals common occupations or talents. For those featured on the following pages, the thread is an affinity for...

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