Gettysburg College abruptly shuts the 35-year-old Gettysburg Review

Gettysburg College President Bob Iuliano and Provost Jamila Bookwala announced on Tuesday that after 35 years and over 130 issues, the college would no longer publish the Gettysburg Review. The quarterly literary magazine featuring short stories, visual art, poetry, essays, and reviews has received numerous awards and is recognized as one of the country’s premier

Local School Superintendents Discuss School Safety

According to statistics from Education Week, 2022 has already seen 27 school shootings with injuries and deaths in the U.S., with 83 people killed or injured. The grim tally includes the deaths of 24 children. School superintendents in the country’s 130,000 public and private schools are entrusted every school day to provide a safe and

Gettys Square Art Oasis supports local talent and provides free live entertainment

When the COVID-19 pandemic restricted indoor gatherings last year, Gettysburg residents and organizations came together to provide a space for outdoor entertainment for Adams County residents and tourists. The Gettys Square Art Oasis, sponsored by the Adams County Arts Council (ACAC), provides a variety of outdoor programs ranging from musical and theater groups to live cooking