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Email challenge aims to promote student and staff well–being

Rachel Belson, Staff Writer

February 2

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Allegheny faculty, staff and students were invited by the provost’s office and Year of Mindfulness organizers to participate in a challenge from Jan. 23 through Jan. 27 to not correspond through email regarding information about ...

ASG appoints new diversity director

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

February 2

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Allegheny Student Government appointed a new director of diversity and inclusion at its general meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Yemi Olaiya, ’17,  was approved by an almost unanimous vote of the senate with one abstention. O...

Panel on justice calls for community action

Chris Brindle, Junior Editor

February 2

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The Global Citizens Scholars program sponsored an event titled Justice Efforts in Meadville on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 5 p.m. in Quigley Auditorium. The aim of the event was to bring community members, who do justice work in the commun...

College holds discussion on executive orders

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

February 2

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Allegheny College students, faculty and administrators gathered in the Pelletier Collaboratory at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, to discuss implications of President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders on immigration and the co...

New lighting to be installed on North Main

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

February 2

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Allegheny College’s efforts to improve student safety continue after the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation recommended a number of changes be made to the portion of North Main Street that runs through campus, in a Dec....

Brace yourselves: Winterfest is coming

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

January 26

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Allegheny College will welcome back its annual Winterfest festival on Saturday, Jan. 28. The event will feature ice carving, hot chocolate, music, food and other winter activities, according to Allegheny Student Government, which is ...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day events pull campus together

Chris Brindle, Junior Editor

January 26

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The Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access and Social Justice Center, the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life, the Office of Civic Engagement and the United Faith Fellowship Church of God collaborated in hosting the Martin Lut...

ASG calls for bimonthly student pay

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

January 26

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Allegheny Student Government President Tess Bracken, ’17, reported to the general assembly on Tuesday, Jan. 24, that she has begun discussions with administrators about having student paychecks cut on a bimonthly basis. Brack...

Nesset sued by child pornography survivors

Angela Mauroni, Editor-in-Chief

January 26

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Eight plaintiffs filed a lawsuit against former Allegheny College Professor of English Kirk Nesset on Dec. 19, 2016. Although Nesset did not produce child pornography, the plaintiffs in the case are some of those who were in ...

Jacquie Kondrot requests student assistance on wellness initiatives

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

December 8

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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...

Allegheny senior to spend semester with legislature

Rachel Belson, Staff Writer

December 8

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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 fellowship ...

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