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Students study globalization and sustainability with professor in Mexico

ADAM MILLER, Contributing Writer

September 18, 2014

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This past summer, Quinn Bergeon, ’16, and Thomas Alvarez, ’16, accompanied Elizabeth Olson, assistant professor of global health and development, on an anthropology research trip to Autlán de la Grana, Jalisco, Mexico. During...

Just for the Health of It: Stay Strong

GAVIN NIRMAIER, Contributing Columnist

September 15, 2014

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It’s that time of year again! Classes are in full swing, activities are starting up, and suddenly all that extra time you had this summer is nowhere to be found.  It may already seem like exercise should be put on the backburner...

20 Brazilian students experience liberal arts education

September 4, 2014

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Allegheny strengthens connections with Brazilian exchange program By ANGELA MAURONI Science Editor mauronia@allegheny.edu   This year, Allegheny has more deeply involved itself in the Brazilian Scientific Mobi...

This Week in Science 4-25-14

April 25, 2014

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By Amanda Spadaro Science Editor spadaro@allegheny.edu Scientists have now determined when they believe that the sex chromosomes in humans appeared, approximately 180 million years ago. While there are obvious biologi...

Just for the health of it Columnist: Fitness is a battle of you versus you

April 25, 2014

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By GAVIN NIRMAIER Columnist nirmaierg@allegheny.edu   This week, I have witnessed many acts of poor gym etiquette at the Wise Center. I do not know any of the offenders personally, nor am I condemning those people...

You vs. You

April 18, 2014

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By Gavin Nirmaier Columnist nirmaierg@allegheny.edu Fitness is not a battle between people.  It is easy to get entangled in the trap of self-criticism when comparing oneself to other people in terms of fitness.  This...

This week in science 4-18-14

April 18, 2014

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By AMANDA SPADARO Science Editor spadaroa@allegheny.edu Biology professors at the University of Toronto Mississauga have determined that the first vegetarians evolved from meat-eaters. The research, published by PLOS...

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