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Eileen Petula joins administrative staff

Rachel Belson, Contributing Writer

September 29

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At the end of the 2015-2016 school year, former Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Sue Stuebner left Allegheny to take a position as president of Colby Sawyer College in New Hampshire. The position has since bee...

Student government redesigns website

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

September 29

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The Allegheny Student Government website received extensive renovations during the summer break, and is now fully functional, according to ASG Director of Communications and Press Mark Myers, ’19. Myers, who was responsible for the ove...

Residence life expands wellness housing options

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

September 22

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The Office of Residence Life added a new special interest housing option on campus for the 2016-17 academic year in the form of a Wellness Community in Walker Hall. Wellness Communities, according Jen Foxman, assistant dean of s...

College reflects on recent bombings

Meaghan Wilby, Features Editor

September 22

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The Office of Spiritual and Religious Life and the college Counseling Center held An Opportunity to Reflect at 4 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 19, in Ford Chapel following the bombings in New York City and New Jersey, and the stabbings...

Bonners to request community partners pay for services

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

September 22

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Allegheny College’s Bonner Program, which provides community service to Crawford County nonprofit agencies and other local sites, has begun considering requesting  those partners provide financial compensation for its services...

ASG makes plans for new motion-activated lights

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

September 15

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Allegheny Student Government’s Director of Sustainability Levi Lundell, ’17, announced at ASG’s weekly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 13, that his committee would be working to install motion-sensitive lighting at Allegheny....

Allegheny implements chosen name policy

Emily Hayhurst, Contributing Writer

September 15

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This semester, Allegheny is implementing a “Chosen Name” policy that will allow students to officially change their name within the college without having to change it legally. The chosen name will then appear on WebAdvisor,...

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