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Renowned Religious Scholar Karen Armstrong to Give Ware Lecture at Elizabethtown College

Elizabethtown College features as its 2018 Ware Lecturer on Peacemaking, Karen Armstrong, a religious historian whose books have been translated into 45 languages. The lecture focuses on “Leading a Compassionate Life” and takes place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, in the College’s Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. The lecture is free and open to […]

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New Dean Named at College’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies

After 18 years at Elizabethtown College, Barbara Randazzo, will resign her position as dean of the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, a position she has held for the past three years. Rachel Finley-Bowman, associate professor and chair in the Department of Education, begins her duties as dean of the School of Continuing and Professional […]

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Construction Starting on College Fitness Center

High Construction announced that it received a $21 million contract for Elizabethtown College’s new Bowers Center for Sports, Fitness and Well-Being. The new facility will be located on the college’s campus, off East Cedar Street in Elizabethtown. “After several months of collaboration with the college, CannonDesign, and other project team members during the preconstruction phase, […]

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Letter to the Editor: College Presidential Search Should Be on Merit Alone

As an alumna of Elizabethtown College and someone who was employed there for almost 30 years before my retirement seven years ago, I feel compelled to reply to the Feb. 15 editorial “In Search for New President, College Should Seek Diversity.” Given the serious financial and enrollment issues facing the college over the next few […]

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Letter to the Editor: Elizabethtown College Has Proud History of Diversity

Thank you for your Thursday, Feb. 15, front page article entitled “Elizabethtown College Prexy Strikwerda Plans to Retire After 8 Years.” In the same edition of the paper an editorial entitled “In Search for New President, College Should Seek Diversity” stated, “Elizabethtown College and the greater Elizabethtown community owe a debt of gradated to Carl […]

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Editorial: In Search for New President, College Should Seek Diversity

Elizabethtown College and the greater Elizabethtown community owe a debt of gratitude to Carl J. Strikwerda for his leadership at the college. He is retiring at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year and the college is searching for a successor. As the college looks for its 15th president, the search committee should take a […]

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Elizabethtown College Prexy Strikwerda Plans to Retire After Eight Years

Elizabethtown College President Carl J. Strikwerda has announced his retirement, effective June 30, 2019, after two four-year terms. The college announced on Monday, Feb. 12, that its Board of Trustees will oversee a search for his successor beginning immediately. While Strikwerda has been at the helm, Elizabethtown College has raised almost $50 million for its […]

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E-Town College Home to Traveling WWI Exhibit

Last year, after the National Endowment for the Humanities awarded a $550,000 grant to the Library of America, the organization established a two-year traveling exhibition of documents, images and interpretive texts commemorating World War I. The exhibition, which will travel to all 50 states, makes its way, this week, to Elizabethtown College, one of just […]

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