Elizabethtown College Online Magazine

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...

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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 creative...

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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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Scenic Roots Bring Life to Campus

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Our beautiful 200-acre campus is a phrase often used to describe Elizabethtown College. From the smallest seed to the tallest oak tree, a story stems from campus plant life that spans generations.

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From Lake Placida to Lake Wobegon

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Late-night Esbenshade experiments led to love and, later, to fellowships, medical school and marriage. Now freshly dubbed doctors, the Theofiles moved 1,100 miles, from Maryland to Minnesota, to begin their residencies at Mayo Clinic.

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Young alumni giving challenge a social success

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Spirited competition and friendly “trash-talking” between rivals is nothing new. In fall 2011, Elizabethtown College and Messiah...

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Masters of Science

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Philanthropist and collector Frank M. Masters Jr. treasures science education In the lobby of the Masters Center for Science,...

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