Monthly Archive: October, 2015

FEARLESS FRIDAY: FERGAN IMBERT

This week, SURGE is showcasing the fabulous Fergan Imbert ‘16 for Fearless Friday! Fergan is a senior at Gettysburg studying Biology with a pre-med concentration. Fergan and his bright smile can be found… Continue reading

Own Your Experience

This is a computer-generated message from the Campus Navigation Portal (CNAV), which can be accessed via the URL: Campus Navigation Portal (CNAV). It was sent to you to inform you of a significant… Continue reading

FEARLESS FRIDAY: Jerome Clarke

Today is Fearless Friday and we’re honoring the magnificent Jerome Clarke ’17! Originally from Philadelphia, (aka the “city of Bromance”), Jerome is currently a Junior at Gettysburg College and is involved in countless… Continue reading

To ID or Not to ID

“And now can I have the last four digits of your Social? Then we’ll both know each other.”    A cloud of anger swept over me. I glanced up from my computer, blinked,… Continue reading

FEARLESS FRIDAY: Jasmine Santana

In this week’s Fearless Friday piece, SURGE would like to spotlight Jasmine Santana ’16! Jasmine is a currently a senior IDS major who focuses on socio-linguistics. In other words, she critically analyzes the… Continue reading

The White Screen

There was laughter all around me, and I couldn’t help but join in. I was at the orphanage, playing ball with a bunch of kids in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Despite being a little… Continue reading

Backed by a Bullet

Northern Arizona University and Texas Southern University’s school shootings popped up on my newsfeed. “We had two more school shootings today,” I text to my friend in Canada. “What the literal fuck,” she… Continue reading

FEARLESS FRIDAY: Beau Charles

In this week’s Fearless Friday, SURGE would like to feature the wonderful Beau Charles ’17!   Beau Charles is currently a junior at Gettysburg and is majoring in English while minoring in Women, Gender, and… Continue reading

Message from the President (of BSU)

Last night as a couple of my friends scrambled to find a classroom to do work in, they came across a poster that has been plastered all around campus for weeks now. This… Continue reading

The Scars of Stigma

“I do”: two words that conclude the plot lines to hundreds of romantic movies. Two words that Hollywood has imprinted in our minds as the culmination of true love – words that children… Continue reading