Extramural Seasons Cancelled, Gettysburg College Students Turn to Intramural Sports

Amid the COVID crisis in which over half of its students have been sent home, extramural sports at Gettysburg College have been cancelled for the past nine months. But sports are an important part of college life at Gettysburg, and students continue to hone their skills through intramural sports run by the Campus Recreation Department. …

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Fairfield Inn Reopens as Mansion House 1757

The Mansion House 1757, located at 15 W. Main St. in Fairfield, and previously called the Fairfield Inn, has reopened under the ownership of Cindy and George Keeney. The couple bought the property in June 2020. The property was originally named the Mansion House when it was built in 1757.  The Mansion House houses a …

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Gettysburg College Students Favor Biden, But Not all Will Vote

The COVID-19 health crisis is making the 2020 general election look very different than it has in past election years for Americans. These changes are also affecting Gettysburg College students, many of whom are not currently on campus and many of whom are voting for the first time. Informal polling on Facebook, made up primarily …

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Local High School and Collegiate Sports Adapt in the Wake of COVID-19

Professional, collegiate, grade school, and recreational sports have all been affected worldwide by the pandemic, with leagues canceling practices and games and taking safety precautions when sports are played. In Adams County, the situation has been the same, with many practices and many games canceled.  Despite strong recommendations from governor Wolf that they not be, …

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