Tag the 'Town
As you walked through campus the week of April 22nd, you might have noticed blue and white tags on equipment, walls, buildings or even people...
From April 22 through April 24 students, once again, “Tagged the ‘Town” by adorning campus with tags of all shapes and sizes to mark hundreds of items made possible by the generosity of E-town donors.
Tag the ‘Town offers a meaningful opportunity for students to thank our contributors for their dedication, and to demonstrate the many ways that our campus, students, faculty and staff benefit from donor support.
In its second year, the campus was glittered with more tags than last year, topping the scale at 250. As well, students, faculty and staff showed their gratitude by wearing pins designed as mini-tags.
Tags remained on display throughout the week as a reminder of the generosity of donors. You can check out the list of featured items below, and learn first-hand how donor support directly impacts our students by reading student stories.
Elizabethtown students contribute to the world in immeasurable ways during their years on campus, and future endeavors. Yet they can't do it on ambition, intellect and creativity alone. Donor contributions play a significant role in supporting our students – from providing grants and scholarships, to funding research projects and fulfilling unexpected needs such as building enhancements and more. It's your support that makes their dreams a reality.
Below you will learn more about these students who directly benefit from your gifts. If you've yet to view the video featuring these students, you can watch it now.
Adriana Milanian ‘14
- Criminal justice major
- Enjoys giving tours to prospective students to help them plan for their futures
E-town has helped me grow in many ways. I was always somewhat shy and, being here, basically on my own away from what I was used to, helped me step out of my shell. I have become my own person and have become quite responsible. Working two jobs on campus, attending multiple classes a day and spending time with friends is not as easy as it may seem. I’ve always had a very tight schedule, but I’ve been able to learn how to prioritize. Here, I’ve learned how to balance work and play—and how to build lasting friendships.Her proudest College moments:
I’m proud of myself for meeting new people and creating close relationships with faculty members that have helped me through many things during my four years at E-town. Dr. Newell, Dr. Shah, Dr. Wheelersburg and Dr. Kanagy are among the faculty that I have grown quite close to. No matter what issue I have, they always help me through it, even if it’s them sitting with me as I work on an assignment to make sure it was my best work. They also gave me more confidence and taught me to be proud of my work and my accomplishments. Their doors are always open.
Andrea-Victoria Eckert '16
- Psychology major
- Enjoys sharing her international experiences with others on campus
What she loves about E-town:
I love the close-knitted campus. Everyone knows everyone and somehow the whole campus is connected. Since it is such a small campus, the professors are more personal with the students than in bigger universities. If you had one class with a professor, this professor will greet you for the next years on campus. Because it is such a small campus, students have the possibility to be more involved. You can even start your own club if you can’t find that right one for you.
Why she chose E-town:
For an international student like me, the location is such a bonus point. Being so close to New York City, Boston, Harrisburg and Washington, D.C makes the whole studying abroad experience even better. I’ve always wanted to visit the United Nations headquarters in New York City, and I was lucky enough to go there with the College during the semester on a nearly fully-funded trip.
Tiana Bogino ‘14
- Senior Communications major, sociology minor
- Recipient of the Benjamin and Hannah Cantor Scholarship
- Future intern at the Disney Company
What she loves about E-town:
I love that E-town has a close-knit family feeling. We all know each other really well and have grown and matured together. I know that I've made life-long friends during my time here and I couldn't be happier. I really love the small class sizes and the relationships you form with professors. I know that if I ever need anything from help to advice, my professors are always there.
How E-town has helped her grow:
E-town helped me to grow and mature. Through experiences inside of the classroom and out, I was able to realize the type of person I want to be and what I want to do with my life.
Her proudest E-town Moment:
I would have to say my proudest E-town moment was my first year; I was chosen to co-host an entertainment news show for ECTV. I've hosted every semester since then and I love it!
Taylor Luckenbill ‘15
- Religious studies and theatre double major
- ·Recipient of the Michael Severeid Scholarship
What she loves about E-town academics:
I love that I have the opportunity to build relationships with peers and professors. I also love all the opportunities that the college offers such as keynote speakers, special performance guests, and social justice programs to broaden our minds and to challenge our current way of thinking. It's a very enriching place to study, learn, and grow.
How E-town has helped her grow:
Elizabethtown gives a wide variety of opportunities to its students, no matter what major they are in. As a Religious Studies major, I love that E-town has a diverse culture of religious life so that I have the opportunity to grow in my own faith as well as learn about and appreciate the religious practices of others. Through friendly dialogue, study, and personal relationships, my spiritual life has grown exponentially thanks to religious life. As far as my theatrical growth, having the opportunity to participate in most of the main stage shows has enhanced my abilities as an actor. The classes offered here as a theatre major are difficult but fun and informative! The theatre family I have formed at Elizabethtown has impacted my life, and for that I am forever grateful.
Her proudest E-town moment:Receiving the Michael Severeid Scholarship was a very proud moment for me. I received the scholarship because all of the theatre professors felt that I had outstanding merit in theatre that year, and I was very honored to receive such a scholarship.
Raphael Sayada ‘16
- Psychology major
- Enjoys wrestling on E-town’s team and wearing his Blue Jays uniform
How E-town helped him grow:
E-town has given me the opportunity to succeed later in my life and has focused my attention on how to achieve my goals for the future. In high school, I never went to my teachers or peers for help, and when I needed help from someone with any expertise in a subject, I would have to pay for tutoring with money I didn't have. At E-town, tutoring is free, and I didn't feel any shame going to these tutors because the people tutoring me were fellow E-town students.
His thoughts on E-town's academics
I believe the professors at E-town strive for nothing less than their best and give students as much attention as they need. They always let me know when they will be in their offices for any questions or concerns I may have. When I was a first-year student, they especially helped me learn how to write college-level papers with APA citations and recommended private help for me at E-town's writing center.
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|J.G. Francis Statue||Alpha|
|Raffensperger Alumni House||Alumni House|
|Light Posts||Around Campus|
|Athletics Hall of Fame||Athletics|
|The Blue Jay Mascot||Athletics|
|Athletics AV Room||Athletics|
|Brinser Residential Room||Brinser|
|Blue Bean Café lounge area||Brossman|
|Brezovec Conference Room||Brossman|
|24-hour Computer Lab||Brossman|
|The Body Shop||Brossman|
|Koons Activity Venue||Brossman|
|The Bird Cage game area||Brossman|
|Bike Rack in front of Student Center||Brossman|
|Outdoor tables and chairs near student center||Brossman|
|Called to Lead||Brossman|
|Center for Student Involvement||Brossman|
|Campus Security Office||Campus Security|
|Campus Security Vehicle||Campus Security|
|Campus Security Officer||Campus Security|
|Digital cameras/projector - Esbenshade Classroom||Esbenshade|
|Founders Residential Room (A)||Founders|
|Founders Residential Room (B)||Founders|
|Founders Residential Room (C)||Founders|
|Founders Residential Room (D)||Founders|
|Hackman Apartments - North||Hackman|
|Hackman Apartments - South||Hackman|
|Computers in computer lab||High Library|
|Library Books||High Library|
|Westminster chimes||High Library|
|High Library||High Library|
|Large Globe||High Library|
|Fireplace Alcove||High Library|
|Study area on main floor||High Library|
|McCormick Lab||High Library|
|Brethren Heritage Room||High Library|
|Printers - Library||High Library|
|DVD/Books sponsored by Senate/Gibble endowed funds||High Library|
|School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS)||Hoover|
|Center for Family Business||Hoover|
|Digital cameras/projector - Hoover Classroom||Hoover|
|Bitting Case Study Room||Hoover|
|Business Department Mural||Hoover|
|Newcomb/Murphy Endowed Scholarship||Hoover|
|Family Business Library||Hoover|
|The Dam on Lake Placida||Leffler|
|Ware Lecture Series||Leffler|
|Brick entrance to the Chapel||Leffler|
|Gazebo near Lake Placida||Leffler|
|Biology 2nd-Floor Lounge||Masters|
|OT Kids Zone||Masters|
|Masters Mineral Galley||Masters|
|Benches on Academic Quad||Masters|
|Esbenshade Classroom 1st Floor||Masters|
|Esbenshade Classroom 2nd Floor||Masters|
|Esbenshade Classroom 3rd Floor||Masters|
|Chemistry Research Students||Masters|
|High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph||Masters|
|Summer Student Research Students||Masters|
|Myer Residential Room||Myer|
|Express Printing Lab||Nicarry|
|Center for Global Understanding||Nicarry|
|Nicarry 1st Floor Classroom Room #127||Nicarry|
|Nicarry 2nd Floor Classroom Room #201||Nicarry|
|Center for Community and Civic Engagement||Nicarry|
|Science in Motion||Nicarry|
|Moving Forward Together w/ Milton Hershey||Nicarry|
|Social Work Classroom||Nicarry|
|Brittany's Hope Endowment||Nicarry|
|Science/Math Education Lab||Nicarry|
|Special Education Lab||Nicarry|
|Education Conference/Seminar Room||Nicarry|
|Mock/Model Classroom for Elementary Education||Nicarry|
|Lend a Hand Trip Participants/Fogelsanger Award||Nicarry|
|Social Work student conference||Nicarry|
|Ober Residential Room||Ober|
|Residence Life House||Res Life|
|Royer Residential Room||Royer|
|Schlosser Residential Room||Schlosser|
|Mobile Production van||Steinman|
|Steinman - Big Columns||Steinman|
|Brinser Lecture Room||Steinman|
|The Dell Gazebo||The Dell|
|Honors Center Classroom||Wenger|
|R. W. Schlosser Professor of English||Wenger|
|Asian Studies Minor||Wenger|
|Modern Languages Department||Wenger|
|Wenger 3rd Floor Classroom||Wenger|
|Wenger 4th Floor Classroom||Wenger|
|Peace and Conflict Studies Minor||Wenger|
|Writers House||Writers House|
|Young Center||Young Center|
|Young Center Classroom||Young Center|
|Young Center Historical Documents||Young Center|
|Zug Recital Hall||Zug|
|Hess Art Gallery||Zug|
|Practice Rooms on first floor||Zug|
|Zug Performance Room||Zug|
|Financial Aid Office||Zug|
|Class of 2009/2012 outdoor classroom||Zug|