Nesset pleads ‘not guilty’ to charges

Sam Stephenson, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Kirk Nesset, former professor of English at Allegheny and an award-winning writer, pleaded not guilty on Oct. 14 to three child pornography charges, despite admitting to the crime to federal law enforcement agents at the...  Read More »

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Energy challenge results revealed

Energy challenge results revealed

Christina Bryson, News Editor

This year, Allegheny College reduced electricity consumption by 10.5 percent, or 101,500 kilowatt hours, during the annual October Energy Challenge. Kelly Boulton, sustainability coordinator, said that this year’s results...  Read More »

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Staff plan study tour to Japan

Rachel Wang, Staff Writer

Darren Miller, professor of art, and Linda Bills, library director, will lead a study tour to Japan in January 2015. Study tours were implemented for staff and faculty to study specific topics and regions abroad. Staff...  Read More »

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Gators welcome player from across the pond

Gators welcome player from across the pond

Emerald WrightCollie, Staff Writer

Nathan Hall, England native and first year student, is a defensive player for the Allegheny men’s basketball team. Prior to attending Allegheny, Hall was most excited for the traditional American college experience. Coming...  Read More »

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Faculty and alumni exhibit unusual combinations

Faculty and alumni exhibit unusual combinations

Rachel Wang , Staff Writer

The art galleries of Allegheny College held the reception of Annual Faculty and Alumni Art Exhibit on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The exhibit featured egg tempera, oil and watercolor paintings by alumnus Jeff Gola,...  Read More »

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Julie Copenhaver, ‘16, holds an ice cream cone for Craig Dinwoodie, ‘16, while he fills out a quiz during an ice cream social hosted by the College Republicans during election evening on Nov. 4.

Student political organizations encourage voter participation

November 6, 2014

The first painting session of the mural took place over Homecoming weekend. Students are invited to come on Sunday Nov. 2 to finish the painting. As it is family weekend, the Resident Life staff welcomes students to bring their family and friends to paint as well.

Student Art Society leads ‘free-form mural’ in North Village II

October 30, 2014

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Taylor Swift says ‘goodbye’ to her country roots in “1989”

October 30, 2014

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THE SIMPLE THINGS

Jonathan Yee

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Just the Tips: Get to know your sex toys

Jesikah Leeper , Contributing Writer

If you’re starting to think about purchasing your first sex toy (and trust me, you can’t just buy one) there are probably some questions you have, but quite frankly, don’t...  Read More »

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The Simple Things

The Simple Things

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