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Attorney addresses students on Trump’s executive order

Chris Brindle, Junior News Editor

February 9

Filed under News

Attorney Lawrence Lebowitz, the chair of the immigration group at Cohen & Grigsby, a Pittsburgh law firm, came to Allegheny College on Tuesday, Feb. 7, to meet with students, staff and faculty about the implications of Pres...

Jenny Kawata leaves Allegheny for her alma mater, Slippery Rock

Kimberly Chavez, Contributing Writer

December 2

Filed under International

Jenny Kawata, director of international education and adviser to the International Club, spent her last official day as an Allegheny faculty member on Wednesday, Nov. 30. Kawata will be the director of global partnerships and...

Homegrown extremists cause imminent threat

Chris Brindle, Contributing Writer

September 29

Filed under Opinion

Since 9/11, the U.S. has not suffered a large-scale terrorist attack, but over the past several months, attacks have been carried out domestically at a high rate that is only increasing. The lack of mass casualty events, but t...

International perceptions on the Donald

Meaghan Wilby, Science/International Editor

April 21

Filed under International

A “Dump the Trump” craft beer and a “Make America Regurgitate Again” sick bag are just a few examples of ways the world is reacting to Donald Trump’s bid for presidency. A craft brewery in New Zealand created the “D...

Class project embarks to assist refugee population

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer

April 21

Filed under International

A box of notebooks, pencils and other school supplies donated by Allegheny College students will be given to the International Institute of Erie as part of a project for a global health transitions class. As part of the project, ...

Exploring Bosnia

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer

April 7

Filed under International

More than 30 Allegheny students travelled to the Bosnian Islamic Cultural Center in Erie on Saturday, April 2. The trip was headed by Younus Mirza, assistant professor of religious studies, and was mostly made up of students f...

Roundtable discusses immigration policy and regional development

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer

April 7

Filed under International

The Allegheny College Center of Business and Economics held its 15th annual Executive Roundtable in Ford Chapel on Monday, April 4, 2016. The panel was composed of local area experts and Allegheny alumni. The discussion addressed and...

Oscar nominee ‘Relatos salvajes’ shocks with vignettes of vengence and violence

Taylor Samuel, Contributing Writer

March 10

Filed under International

The foreign film “Wild Tales” most certainly lives up to its name. It is an assemblage of six short films that all share the common theme of vengeance and violence.  Directed by the Argentine director Damian Szifron, the movie was ...

Global Crossroads aims to develop internationalization

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer

March 10

Filed under International

Allegheny College faculty and staff came together in 2010 to decide on how to improve the institution with a strategic plan called Combinations 2020. According to the plan, global and local diversity needed to be addressed. Pa...

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