E-town in the News — September/October
October 31, 2016   //   By:   //   E-town in the News


John Angelis was interviewed for the Gulf News Journal article “Dubai’s driverless vehicle program could indicate future direction of automobile industry


Sara A. Atwood,  Aaron L. Cecala,  Tomas E. Estrada,  Kyle C. Kopko, Kevin T. Shorner-Johnson and Nobuaki Takahashi were mentioned in the Inside Higher Ed article “Newly Tenured … at Bemidji State, Elizabethtown, Hendrix, Quinnipiac, St. Lawrence


Josh Cohen was mentioned in the Elizabethtown Journal article “E-town College only Pennsylvania location to host Shakespeare Folio

Janice Davis
and Peggy McFarland were featured an article in The New Social Worker – “Janice Davis Inspired To Give Back Through ECHOS Homeless Shelter

Rachel Finley-Bowman
was interviewed by LNP’s Tom Knapp for article “Local educators balk at bill requiring students to pass a civics exam before graduating

Colin Helb
spoke with LNP for the article “Lancaster County scholars, musicians weigh in on Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize win


April Kelly-Woessner wrote the column, “America must demand as much of its leaders as it does of its athletes” for LNP.


Kyle Kopko was interviewed or wrote the following articles:

PennLive – “Clinton vs. Trump: Who’s winning as the race heats up around Labor Day?

Globe Gazette – “Micek: Trump seems lost at sea

Bainbridge Island Review – “Compared to Clinton, Trump Seems Lost at Sea

The Columbus Telegram – “Micek: Compared to Clinton, Trump seems to be lost at sea

Pennsylvania Newsmakers – “Long-Term Care, and Presidential Election Analysis

PennLive – “Trump catching up to Clinton: How close is the race in battleground Pa.?

PennLive – “Will lies fly or get shot down at Clinton-Trump debate?

PennLive – “Clinton and Trump debate to get Super Bowl numbers: Why it matters

LNP – “What does Gov. Wolf’s call for a joint session on opioid epidemic entail?

Al Jazeera — “US Elections: America’s Amish voters; Despite its remote setting, Amish country has become enveloped in the 2016 presidential election campaign

PennLive – “Lancaster crowd shows why Trump can win Pa.

PennLive – “Lancaster crowd shows why Trump can win Pa.

The Conversation – “Why the Kaine vs. Pence vice presidential debate matters

The Straits Times – “Trump says sorry for lewd words, but is it enough?

LNP – “College students view Clinton-Trump race with ‘angst,’ resignation
Also interviewed were Allie Vaccaro, Aileen Ida and  Amanda Hafler

PennLive – “Trump won’t confirm if he will accept election results, analysts say ‘it’s dangerous

The Duncan Banner – “Why the Kaine vs. Pence vice presidential debate matters

PennLive – “Clinton takes big lead over Trump in Pa.: F&M poll results

Ozy – “How Much Do Vice-Presidential Debates Matter?

PennLive – “Here’s 4 reasons why the Veep debate matters: Tuesday Morning Coffee

The Wire – “Why the Kaine Vs. Pence Vice Presidential Debate Matters

Effingham Daily News – “Kaine vs. Pence: Two key moments from the debate

CNN Newsroom – CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin

The New York Times – “After Trump-Clinton, Vice-Presidential Debate Isn’t Exactly ‘the Return of Elvis’

The Wall Street Journal – “Vice Presidential Debate: Live Analysis and Fact Checking”; “Why You Should Watch Kaine-Pence Vice-Presidential Debate”; “Kaine’s Role Is Bolstered by His Popularity at Home

The Conversation – “Kaine vs. Pence: Two key moments from the debate

Business News Network – “VP candidates face off in debate

Donald Kraybill
was interviewed for the following articles

LNP – “New book details beard chopping attacks, hate crime in Amish community

Newsworks/WHYY – “Making a plain pitch for Trump support in Lancaster’s Amish community

LNP — “As it enters its 75th year, Lancaster Mennonite School has undergone dramatic changes but has remained true to its core mission

Deseret News – “10 years after Amish schoolhouse killing, the work of grieving remains

Philly.com – “Commentary: 10 years after killings, Amish legacy of forgiveness endures

Fletcher McClellan
was interviewed for or wrote the following articles:

LNP – “In this tumultuous election season, can we please just agree to disagree?

Penn Live — Hillary Clinton will win the White House, because (political) science: Thursday Morning Coffee

Penn Live — The Clinton/Trump debate was just as notable for everything they didn’t talk about

Metro World News – “How does the electoral college work?”

PennLive – “Can Donald Trump revive his fading White House hopes?

PennLive — Will Trump put power above principle on Nov. 8? The warning signs are there


Steven Nolt was featured in the following articles:

Sirius XM Radio — “Stand Up with Pete Dominick” (no link)

CBS21 – “Can Trump win the Amish vote?

CBS Channel 3 – “Community, Family Heal 10 Years After Tragic Amish School Shooting

CPBJ – “A Conversation With — Steven Nolt

The Guardian – “‘The happening’: 10 years after the Amish shooting

The Washington Post — “Her son shot their daughters 10 years ago. Then, these Amish families embraced her as a friend

Reading Eagle –“Professors who co-wrote Nickel Mines book reflect on tragedy

Donald Kraybill also was interviewed

USA Today – “PAC tries to unlock Amish vote for Donald Trump

The Economist  — “Pro-Trump group targets Amish voters

PennLive – “Will Trump put power above principle on Nov. 8? The warning signs are there


Oya Ozkanca was mentioned in the Reading Eagle’s “Bulletin board: Physician and filmmaker to talk about kids’ screen time


Petru Sandu and Mike Mitchell were interviewed for the Reading Eagle for the story “E-town to offer family business minor” and for the CPBJ article “Elizabethtown College mixes business, family and entrepreneurship”. Sandu was mention in this article on the minor: “E-town College starts family business and entrepreneurship minor”.


Monica Smith was quoted in the article “LNP Opinion forum highlights diversity and free speech issues on college campuses


Michael Swanson was quoted in the LNP article “Elizabethtown College presents ‘Spring Awakening,’ an 1890s tale with a modern rock score


Hossein Varamini spoke with a reporter from Gulf News Journal about “Proposed Saudi bond may set all-time record



Katelyn Gebbia was quoted in the LNP article “LNP Forum examining political correctness on college campuses shows it’s possible to discuss controversial issues”. Arment Hinton also was quoted.



The College was mentioned in the following articles:

Eagle News – “Making ‘hay’ in several ways: Amish enterprise

Lancaster Farming – “Chesapeake Bay Commission Tours Legacy Sediment Experiment

Monitor Daily – “Best-in-Class: Hill Evolves Key Equipment Finance to Stay Ahead of Industry Trends

BroadwayWorld.com – “E-Town Theatre Division Performs Edgy Musical

Smart Talk – “Ireland U.N. Ambassador; Lancaster vertical greenhouse

LNP – “Gretna Music puts spotlight on Curtis Institute beginning with Saturday concert at Elizabethtown College

Odyssey – “32 Things That Make Us Elizabethtown College” – written by student Kendra Fix

About the Author :

E.A. (Elizabeth) Harvey is the communications manager and news editor at Elizabethtown College. She has worked in the Office of Marketing and Communications since 2008, after more than two decades as a newspaper feature writer. She holds a bachelor's degree in corporate communication from Elizabethtown College.

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