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Jacquie Kondrot requests student assistance on wellness initiatives

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

Allegheny Student Government voted to approve a new proxy representative for the Class of 2019 at its general assembly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Noah Dawgiello, ’19, was nominated by the Class of 2019 to act as a proxy rep...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

Allegheny senior to spend semester with legislature

Rachel Belson, Staff Writer

Heather Bosau, ’17, has been accepted to participate in the Pennsylvania Legislative Fellowship in Harrisburg from mid-January to early April, making her the third student from Allegheny College to be selected for the f...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

Historically black fraternity returns to Allegheny

Historically black fraternity returns to Allegheny

Zachary Blank, Staff Writer

Allen Baugh, ’18, Matthew Wild, ’18, and Andre Bryan, ’18, were inducted into the new Nu Mu chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., a historically black fraternity. The event was scheduled to begin at 5:14 p.m. ...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

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Ultimate frisbee club hopeful for a winning spring season

Eylie Buehler, Editor-in-Chief

Ultimate frisbee is one of the fastest growing sports in the country, according to Matt Groat, ’17, one of the two captains of the Allegheny club team this semester. Groat said the team practices two to three times a week, and...  Read More »

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Pokémon franchise is back with a new world

Tyler Stigall, Science/International editor

Alola Pokémon trainers! It seems that after the nuclear ending of the six generations of Pokemon games—set in some caricature of France—the Pokemon franchise has wash...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

Campus celebrates Hanukkah with Hillel

Campus celebrates Hanukkah with Hillel

December 8, 2016

Holiday concert gives back to community

Holiday concert gives back to community

December 8, 2016

Bake your heart out for Hope, Help, Harvest

Bake your heart out for Hope, Help, Harvest

December 1, 2016

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International

System of Electoral College unlikely to change

Shea Beaumont, Opinion Editor

For the fourth time in American history, the Electoral College has outweighed the popular vote. But what does that mean for our country? President-elect Donald Trump los...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

Sioux tribe finds hope in denial of pipeline

Travis Newton, Contributing Writer

The construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline will be halted indefinitely after a decision came after The Army Corps of Engineers to deny Energy Transfer Partners—a Texas...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

Stein calls for recount in three crucial swing states

Shea Beaumont, Opinion Editor

Just when you thought the commotion around the 2016 election was dead and gone, a proposal surrounding election integrity has come up. Questions of potential voter fraud ha...  Read More »

Dec 1 • No Comments

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