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Gettysburg Pennsylvania

Gettysburg is known for the Gettysburg National Battlefield, which is a site where the turning point in the Civil War happened. Abraham Lincoln in 1863 gave the famous Gettysburg Address.

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

It was a warm day. The air felt heavy in the absence of a breeze. But for once, the humidity helped, rather than hampered, my experience. 519 more words

National Monument

Q&A with Author, J.D.R. Hawkins - @JDRHawkins

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We are one step closer to the weekend and we’re in for some crazy weather. Thinking about all of those that are being impacted by the storms. 2,793 more words


AntiFA used Chemical Weapons against Police in Harrisburg, PA

AntiFA used Chemical Weapons against Police in Harrisburg, PA – State police were on the front lines of a protest in Harrisburg and reported a stinging sensation to their skin after cleaning off the fruit that was thrown by AntiFA, police Capt. 270 more words


A Smile is Universal

Gisselle Flores ’20, Gettysburg —

Growing up, translating for my parents and helping them navigate the English language was something I became quickly accustomed to. On the occasion that I did not know how to translate certain words or phrases from Spanish to English, I would feel flustered and frustrated not knowing how to help my parents. 287 more words


Hot, Hardworking & Humbling

Tiffany Hill ’19, Gettysburg —

This whole experience thus far has been so eye-opening and heartwarming I can’t begin to explain. My first week working with the community as a Gettysburg fellow this summer can be summed up in three words. 655 more words


The Tower of Babylon

Lexus Davis ’20, Gettysburg —

I sat in a restaurant with my friends. We spoke of different places we wanted to go and one place that was commonly brought up was Leon Nicaragua. 724 more words