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College hosts election dialogue

Zachary Blank, Contributing Writer

November 10

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The Allegheny College Gateway and Sustained Dialogues, a newly-formed student group, held two events in Pelletier Library  starting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9, to facilitate a community dialogue for students and facult...

College restricts student storage space

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

November 10

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The Office of Residence Life announced in an email at the end of the spring 2016  semester that it would be eliminating on-campus student storage, according to Gretchen Kerr, associate director of residence life. Storage, according...

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College limits funding to 2020 sustainability goal

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

November 3

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Allegheny College, in 2007, became a charter signatory to a document committing itself to achieving environmental sustainability by 2020. According to Director of Sustainability Kelly Boulton, the college should be able to mee...

Housing committee seeks to address unauthorized pets

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

November 3

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Class of 2017 Senator Amy Currul reported on recent developments in Allegheny Student Government’s ad hoc committee on housing at the ASG general assembly meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 1. The committee, according to Currul, ha...

College creates new counseling position

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

November 3

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Allegheny College opened a search for a multicultural counselor, a new position, to work in its Counseling Center, posting the job opening on its website on Oct. 21. Applications will be accepted through Nov. 15. Director of ...

Public Safety terminates all student positions

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

October 27

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Student workers in the Office of Public Safety were alerted via email on Oct. 19, 2016, that their positions as student switchboard operators would be eliminated, effective Wednesday, Oct. 26. The email was sent from Natasha ...

New campus club promotes libertarian ideas

Steven Heine, Contributing Writer

October 27

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Colt Scronce, ’18, is one of the leaders of the newly formed Allegheny College chapter of the libertarian organization Young Americans for Liberty. The group is responsible for a collection of constitutionally inspired sidewalk chal...

Library staff works to control mold infestation

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

October 27

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A sheet of plastic hangs across a section of Pelletier Library’s first floor, indicating that the section is closed. This area, containing the compact—or mobile—shelving units and approximately 25,000 volumes of books and ...

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