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Gettysburgian editors Ben Pontz and Gauri Mangala discuss the news and other items of interest on the Gettysburg College campus and interview campus newsmakers.

Latest Episodes

December 2, 2019: “Discussing data science with Professors Rud Platt and Lisa Portmess”

In the semester’s final episode — season three, episode ten — of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier recap some of this semester’s top stories before Pontz sits down with Bittinger Professor of Philosophy Lisa Portmess and Professor of Environmental Studies Rutherford Platt to discuss a new proposal for a data science minor. Bullet Points Semester’s news recap (0:30) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (13:20) Interview withProfessors Rud Platt and Lisa Portmess on the proposed data science minor (14:15)

39 MIN2019 DEC 3
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December 2, 2019: “Discussing data science with Professors Rud Platt and Lisa Portmess”

November 25, 2019: “Julie Ramsey on college’s renewed efforts towards student retention and graduation”

In season three, episode nine of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss a recent meeting of the Gettysburg College faculty as well as commentary on Servo Thanksgiving. Then, Pontz sits down with Vice President of College Life and Dean of Students Julie Ramsey about student success efforts. Bullet Points Recap of Fortenbaugh Lecture and Dedication Day events (2:15) Conversation aboutthe Nov. 21 meeting of the Gettysburg College faculty (5:40) SERVO THANKSGIVING! (20:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (26:45) Interview withDean of Students Julie Ramsey (27:50) [Report on Student Success Task Force]

53 MIN2019 NOV 26
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November 25, 2019: “Julie Ramsey on college’s renewed efforts towards student retention and graduation”

November 18, 2019: “Breaking down a busy three weeks in news, chatting about sustainability”

In season three, episode eight of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss Bob Iuliano’s priorities as college president and break down the past several weeks in news. Then, Pontz sits down withThe Gettysburgian‘s Assistant News Editor Nicole DeJacimo to discuss her recent piece on sustainability efforts at Gettysburg College. Bullet Points Discussion about Bob Iuliano’s seven early priorities as president (0:40) Overview of a potpourri of news events including Major Garrett’s visit to Gettysburg College (23:45) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (36:05) Interview withNicole DeJacimo (38:10)

49 MIN2019 NOV 20
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November 18, 2019: “Breaking down a busy three weeks in news, chatting about sustainability”

November 4, 2019: “A conversation with Lauren Hand about The Gettysburgian’s new magazine”

In season three, episode seven of “On Target,” Pontzsits down with Lauren Hand, Print Editor ofThe Gettysburgian, to discuss the publication’s new magazine. Then, he reads an article from the latest issue. Bullet Points A conversation with Lauren Hand about the thinking behindThe Gettysburgian‘s new magazine (0:30) A read-aloud of the latest magazine’s article on sustainability (19:30)

37 MIN2019 NOV 5
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November 4, 2019: “A conversation with Lauren Hand about The Gettysburgian’s new magazine”

October 21, 2019: “Pat McKenna on the future of club reps in Senate, importance of representation”

In season three, episode six of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss the campus power outage as well as some events from the past several weeks before and after reading days. Then, Pontz sits down with Patrick McKenna ’20, President of the Gettysburg College Student Senate. Bullet Points Conversation aboutthe campus power outageincluding why some students were so unnerved by various sirens(0:35) Recap of Acatoberfest (9:05) Mention of the Gondwe Lecture (11:15) Discussion about Mary’s excitement and Ben’s disdain for Halloween (13:45) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (17:15) Interview with Student Senate President Patrick McKenna (18:30)

46 MIN2019 OCT 22
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October 21, 2019: “Pat McKenna on the future of club reps in Senate, importance of representation”

October 7, 2019: “President Bob Iuliano on free speech, inclusion and belonging, and the college’s role as a civic institution”

In season three, episode five of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss a proposal circulating in the Gettysburg College Student Senate to alter the medical amnesty policy and marvel at an alumnus’s recollection of how his fraternity worked in the 1960s. Then, Pontz sits down with Gettysburg College President Bob Iuliano. Bullet Points Breakdown of aSenate proposal to adjust medical amnesty policy (0:45) Discussion of a “What I Remember” column (10:50) Recap of Fielding Center event on impeachment (18:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (22:20) Interview withPresident Bob Iuliano (23:20)

47 MIN2019 OCT 8
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October 7, 2019: “President Bob Iuliano on free speech, inclusion and belonging, and the college’s role as a civic institution”

September 30, 2019: “How Dr. Hakim Williams Began Studying Peace and Justice”

Dr. Hakim Williams, Associate Professor and Interim Chair of Africana Studies & Director of Peace and Justice Studies (Photo courtesy of Gettysburg College) In season three, episode four of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss the presidential installation festivities, Salsa on the Square, andThe Gettysburgian‘s new magazine. Then, they sit down with Dr. Hakim Williams, Interim Chair and Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Director of Peace and Justice Studies, about the CONAPP Peace & Justice Conference and the Peace and Justice program at Gettysburg. Bullet Points Recap of inauguration weekend (0:45) Highlights from Salsa on the Square (8:45) Introduction ofThe Gettysburgian‘s new magazine (11:20) Discussion of Anna Cincotta’s op-ed (13:45) Interview with Dr. Hakim Williams (link to donate)

50 MIN2019 OCT 1
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September 30, 2019: “How Dr. Hakim Williams Began Studying Peace and Justice”

September 16, 2019: “New Gettysburg Police Chief Rob Glenny on his approach to policing, cooperation with federal agencies”

In season three, episode three, Pontz and Frasier discuss the GRAB-GLC merger and a host of other campus news (as well as air a retort from co-host Gauri Mangala, who is currently studying abroad, to a quip from Pontz earlier this semester). Then, Pontz interviews Rob Glenny, the new Chief of the Gettysburg Borough Police, on GPD’s relationship with the college, how he approaches policing, and a new policy on how the department will cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. Bullet Points Discussion of amerger between the Gettysburg Recreation Adventure Board and the Garthwait Leadership Center(0:40) Conversation about thedistribution of reusable bagsto use at the Bullet Hole (6:10) Recap ofbusiness major discussionfrom first faculty meeting (11:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (18:10) Interview with Gettysburg Police Chief Rob Glenny (19:30)

49 MIN2019 SEP 17
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September 16, 2019: “New Gettysburg Police Chief Rob Glenny on his approach to policing, cooperation with federal agencies”

September 9, 2019: “How a squirrel took down the DPS phone lines”

In season three, episode two of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier break down a series of campus news events before airing the audio of a story Pontz wrote last spring about the proposal to add a business major to the college curriculum, a topic that will resurface this year. Bullet Points Update on how a squirrel took out campus power, including the Department of Public Safety’s phone lines (0:45) Discussion of proposal to add a business major (5:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (15:50) Audio of May 2019 story on business major(17:50)

52 MIN2019 SEP 10
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September 9, 2019: “How a squirrel took down the DPS phone lines”

September 2, 2019: “Cesar Leal on teaching musicology in a liberal arts environment, his plans for the orchestra”

Dr. Cesar Leal (Photo Mary Frasier/The Gettysburgian) In season three, episode one of “On Target,” co-hosts Benjamin Pontz and Mary Frasier discuss the college’s plan to hire armed external security contractors and recap the college’s first faculty meeting of the year. Then, they sit down with Dr. Cesar Leal, Assistant Professor of Music & Director of Orchestral Activities in the Sunderman Conservatory of Music about his plans for classroom teaching — such as a new course on“Women in Mozart” — and for leading the orchestra including a passion for “exploring the voices of minorities” in selecting music. He also makes a pitch to campus organizations — specifically fraternities — to partner with the Gettysburg College Symphony Orchestra. Bullet Points Discussion of college’s plan to have armed security in certain campus situations (0:30) Recap of faculty teaching awards announced at first faculty meeting (8:55) Interview with Dr. Cesar Leal (19:45)

46 MIN2019 SEP 3
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September 2, 2019: “Cesar Leal on teaching musicology in a liberal arts environment, his plans for the orchestra”

Latest Episodes

December 2, 2019: “Discussing data science with Professors Rud Platt and Lisa Portmess”

In the semester’s final episode — season three, episode ten — of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier recap some of this semester’s top stories before Pontz sits down with Bittinger Professor of Philosophy Lisa Portmess and Professor of Environmental Studies Rutherford Platt to discuss a new proposal for a data science minor. Bullet Points Semester’s news recap (0:30) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (13:20) Interview withProfessors Rud Platt and Lisa Portmess on the proposed data science minor (14:15)

39 MIN2019 DEC 3
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December 2, 2019: “Discussing data science with Professors Rud Platt and Lisa Portmess”

November 25, 2019: “Julie Ramsey on college’s renewed efforts towards student retention and graduation”

In season three, episode nine of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss a recent meeting of the Gettysburg College faculty as well as commentary on Servo Thanksgiving. Then, Pontz sits down with Vice President of College Life and Dean of Students Julie Ramsey about student success efforts. Bullet Points Recap of Fortenbaugh Lecture and Dedication Day events (2:15) Conversation aboutthe Nov. 21 meeting of the Gettysburg College faculty (5:40) SERVO THANKSGIVING! (20:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (26:45) Interview withDean of Students Julie Ramsey (27:50) [Report on Student Success Task Force]

53 MIN2019 NOV 26
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November 25, 2019: “Julie Ramsey on college’s renewed efforts towards student retention and graduation”

November 18, 2019: “Breaking down a busy three weeks in news, chatting about sustainability”

In season three, episode eight of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss Bob Iuliano’s priorities as college president and break down the past several weeks in news. Then, Pontz sits down withThe Gettysburgian‘s Assistant News Editor Nicole DeJacimo to discuss her recent piece on sustainability efforts at Gettysburg College. Bullet Points Discussion about Bob Iuliano’s seven early priorities as president (0:40) Overview of a potpourri of news events including Major Garrett’s visit to Gettysburg College (23:45) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (36:05) Interview withNicole DeJacimo (38:10)

49 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
November 18, 2019: “Breaking down a busy three weeks in news, chatting about sustainability”

November 4, 2019: “A conversation with Lauren Hand about The Gettysburgian’s new magazine”

In season three, episode seven of “On Target,” Pontzsits down with Lauren Hand, Print Editor ofThe Gettysburgian, to discuss the publication’s new magazine. Then, he reads an article from the latest issue. Bullet Points A conversation with Lauren Hand about the thinking behindThe Gettysburgian‘s new magazine (0:30) A read-aloud of the latest magazine’s article on sustainability (19:30)

37 MIN2019 NOV 5
Comments
November 4, 2019: “A conversation with Lauren Hand about The Gettysburgian’s new magazine”

October 21, 2019: “Pat McKenna on the future of club reps in Senate, importance of representation”

In season three, episode six of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss the campus power outage as well as some events from the past several weeks before and after reading days. Then, Pontz sits down with Patrick McKenna ’20, President of the Gettysburg College Student Senate. Bullet Points Conversation aboutthe campus power outageincluding why some students were so unnerved by various sirens(0:35) Recap of Acatoberfest (9:05) Mention of the Gondwe Lecture (11:15) Discussion about Mary’s excitement and Ben’s disdain for Halloween (13:45) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (17:15) Interview with Student Senate President Patrick McKenna (18:30)

46 MIN2019 OCT 22
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October 21, 2019: “Pat McKenna on the future of club reps in Senate, importance of representation”

October 7, 2019: “President Bob Iuliano on free speech, inclusion and belonging, and the college’s role as a civic institution”

In season three, episode five of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss a proposal circulating in the Gettysburg College Student Senate to alter the medical amnesty policy and marvel at an alumnus’s recollection of how his fraternity worked in the 1960s. Then, Pontz sits down with Gettysburg College President Bob Iuliano. Bullet Points Breakdown of aSenate proposal to adjust medical amnesty policy (0:45) Discussion of a “What I Remember” column (10:50) Recap of Fielding Center event on impeachment (18:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (22:20) Interview withPresident Bob Iuliano (23:20)

47 MIN2019 OCT 8
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October 7, 2019: “President Bob Iuliano on free speech, inclusion and belonging, and the college’s role as a civic institution”

September 30, 2019: “How Dr. Hakim Williams Began Studying Peace and Justice”

Dr. Hakim Williams, Associate Professor and Interim Chair of Africana Studies & Director of Peace and Justice Studies (Photo courtesy of Gettysburg College) In season three, episode four of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier discuss the presidential installation festivities, Salsa on the Square, andThe Gettysburgian‘s new magazine. Then, they sit down with Dr. Hakim Williams, Interim Chair and Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Director of Peace and Justice Studies, about the CONAPP Peace & Justice Conference and the Peace and Justice program at Gettysburg. Bullet Points Recap of inauguration weekend (0:45) Highlights from Salsa on the Square (8:45) Introduction ofThe Gettysburgian‘s new magazine (11:20) Discussion of Anna Cincotta’s op-ed (13:45) Interview with Dr. Hakim Williams (link to donate)

50 MIN2019 OCT 1
Comments
September 30, 2019: “How Dr. Hakim Williams Began Studying Peace and Justice”

September 16, 2019: “New Gettysburg Police Chief Rob Glenny on his approach to policing, cooperation with federal agencies”

In season three, episode three, Pontz and Frasier discuss the GRAB-GLC merger and a host of other campus news (as well as air a retort from co-host Gauri Mangala, who is currently studying abroad, to a quip from Pontz earlier this semester). Then, Pontz interviews Rob Glenny, the new Chief of the Gettysburg Borough Police, on GPD’s relationship with the college, how he approaches policing, and a new policy on how the department will cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. Bullet Points Discussion of amerger between the Gettysburg Recreation Adventure Board and the Garthwait Leadership Center(0:40) Conversation about thedistribution of reusable bagsto use at the Bullet Hole (6:10) Recap ofbusiness major discussionfrom first faculty meeting (11:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (18:10) Interview with Gettysburg Police Chief Rob Glenny (19:30)

49 MIN2019 SEP 17
Comments
September 16, 2019: “New Gettysburg Police Chief Rob Glenny on his approach to policing, cooperation with federal agencies”

September 9, 2019: “How a squirrel took down the DPS phone lines”

In season three, episode two of “On Target,” Pontz and Frasier break down a series of campus news events before airing the audio of a story Pontz wrote last spring about the proposal to add a business major to the college curriculum, a topic that will resurface this year. Bullet Points Update on how a squirrel took out campus power, including the Department of Public Safety’s phone lines (0:45) Discussion of proposal to add a business major (5:00) Bullet Report: Update on Gettysburg College Athletics (see more in oursports section) (15:50) Audio of May 2019 story on business major(17:50)

52 MIN2019 SEP 10
Comments
September 9, 2019: “How a squirrel took down the DPS phone lines”

September 2, 2019: “Cesar Leal on teaching musicology in a liberal arts environment, his plans for the orchestra”

Dr. Cesar Leal (Photo Mary Frasier/The Gettysburgian) In season three, episode one of “On Target,” co-hosts Benjamin Pontz and Mary Frasier discuss the college’s plan to hire armed external security contractors and recap the college’s first faculty meeting of the year. Then, they sit down with Dr. Cesar Leal, Assistant Professor of Music & Director of Orchestral Activities in the Sunderman Conservatory of Music about his plans for classroom teaching — such as a new course on“Women in Mozart” — and for leading the orchestra including a passion for “exploring the voices of minorities” in selecting music. He also makes a pitch to campus organizations — specifically fraternities — to partner with the Gettysburg College Symphony Orchestra. Bullet Points Discussion of college’s plan to have armed security in certain campus situations (0:30) Recap of faculty teaching awards announced at first faculty meeting (8:55) Interview with Dr. Cesar Leal (19:45)

46 MIN2019 SEP 3
Comments
September 2, 2019: “Cesar Leal on teaching musicology in a liberal arts environment, his plans for the orchestra”
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