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This Week in Science 4-10-14

April 11, 2014

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By AMANDA SPADARO Science Editor spadaroa@allegheny.edu During the early morning hours of April 15, a lunar eclipse will be visible from the Western Hemisphere. When a lunar eclipse occurs, the moon must be full and the...

Just for the health of it

April 11, 2014

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Columnist: Three tips to optimize your workout time By GAVIN NIRMAIER Columnist nirmaierg@allegheny.edu I was a sophomore in high school when I first began seriously exercising. My dad bought me some dumbbells, a weight bench,...

Just for the health of it Be>Yesterday

April 6, 2014

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By GAVIN NIRMAIER Columnist nirmaierg@allegheny.edu   Be > Yesterday.  A word, a symbol, and a word.  So simple, yet so important; this should be the mantra of your everyday life.  By applying this mantra,...

Allegheny strives to build stronger connections abroad Allegheny’s vice president for enrollment visits Brazil to improve programs

March 7, 2014

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By JOHN McCOOL Staff Writer mccoolj@allegheny.edu   In early February, Brian Dalton, vice president for enrollment and college relations at Allegheny College, visited the Brazilian cities of Sao Paulo, Rio de...

This Week in Science – 2/20/14

February 21, 2014

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By Amanda Spadaro spadaroa@allegheny.edu Science Editor Google, coupled with the World Resources Institute and other organizations to establish a website that allows users to track the levels of deforestation that are ...

Taboo Talk discusses mental health stigmatization

February 14, 2014

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By AMANDA SPADARO Science Editor spadaroa@allegheny.edu   Allegheny’s Center for Intercultural Advancement and Student Success hosted a discussion on mental health and cognitive disorders called The (Dis)abilities...

Science Without Borders sends students to Allegheny Brazilian: Program seeks to alleviate overcroweded universities with program abroad

February 7, 2014

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John McCool Staff Writer mccoolj@allegheny.edu   From Brazil’s tropics to Meadville’s harsh winter winds, five Brazilian students have traversed hundreds of miles and become part of the Allegheny community....

Analysis: Texas life-support case raises ethical questions

February 7, 2014

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Amanda Spadaro Science Editor spadaroa@allegheny.edu   33-year-old expecting mother Marlise Muñoz collapsed in her home on November, 26, 2013, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. After being found by her paramedic...

This Week in Science 1/31/14

January 31, 2014

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By Amanda Spadaro The African virus, chikungunya, has officially expanded its infection areas to the Americas and is currently being spread in the Caribbean. By the middle of January, a known 200 people were infected with...

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