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Darnell Tucker, director of the IDEAS center, asks a student their opinion on a topic during “Do All First-Year Students Think the Same?” The activity, part of the college’s Gator Day programming, was held on the blue courts of the David V. Wise Center.
Gator Day 2021 in photos
Sami Mirza, News Editor • September 24, 2021

The Diversity Expo was hosted at Diamond Park in downtown Meadville last Saturday, Sept. 18.
Diversity Expo bridges Allegheny and Meadville
Freya Lindqvist, Contributing Writer • September 24, 2021

Diamond Park was more lively than ever during Meadville’s first Diversity Exposition last Saturday, Sept. 18. The Diversity Expo is an initiative by the National Association for the Advancement Of Colored Peoples’ Youth...

Formerly the home of the Pi chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, the 454 House next to Quigley Hall is now the home of the college’s admissions team.
Fiji denounces events at UNL, looks to spread awareness
Hassan Javed, News Editor • September 24, 2021

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Lambda Nu chapter of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity — also known as “Fiji” — was involved in a sexual assault case in late August. A member of the fraternity was involved in the...

Lindsay Henry, owner of Yoga Spot Meadville, leads a class in the newly opened studio at 252 Chestnut Street.
Yoga Spot brings mindfulness to Meadville community
Sydney Emerson, Features Writer • September 24, 2021

Opening a boutique yoga studio may seem like a risk in rural Pennsylvania, but to Lindsay Henry, owner of Meadville’s newly-opened Yoga Spot, it was a no-brainer. The tight-knit...

Thebar at the Sycamore in Reis Hall featured several varieties of beer and wine for students older than 21 and faculty and staff members on Friday, Sept. 17. The Sycamore will open once per month.
Pop-up pub opens in Reis Hall, offers food and alcohol
Mo Mansour, Features Editor • September 24, 2021

“Legend has it that Timothy Alden himself planted the great sycamore in front of Bentley Hall in 1822 under the classical belief that certain trees planted at the southwest...

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Wing me to the moon
Jordan Greynolds, Features Editor • September 24, 2021

Wingfest was dubbed ‘Wing me to the Moon’ this year and featured wings from a myriad of Meadville establishments  including Willy G’s, Chipper’s, Hunter’s Inn....

Review: Drake's "Certified Lover Boy"
Jayden Brereton-Julot, Contributing writer • September 24, 2021

1,067 days later and this glorious album arrives. He has finally done it: Drake has released an actual full album and not just throw-away singles....

“Monsters at Work” and post-grad anxieties
Kaleigh White, Opinion editor • September 24, 2021

As a senior theatre major, I have been giving a lot of thought to my post-grad plans. When I do, I often end up paralyzed with anxiety and give...

This is the Kool Aid Man riding a skateboard.
The Kool Aid Man: is he the glass pitcher or the Kool Aid itself?
Peyton Britt, Opinion editor • September 24, 2021

One of my favorite things about philosophy is that despite its reputation as a highly academic, practically useless discipline focusing on questions...

‘Food forest’ to provide food and agricultural education
Gabby Brady, Science/International Editor • September 24, 2021

Allegheny College declared carbon neutrality in 2020, and became the first college in the state of Pennsylvania and eighth college in the nation...

The radio telescope, located in the Carrden next to Carr Hall, was recently painted as a cosmos flower by Ben Ramsey, ’22. Ramsey worked on the radio telescope as part of his summer research with Professor of Physics Dan Willey.
Radio telescope aims to explore Milky Way
Gabby Brady and Roman Hladio September 24, 2021

Situated among the greenery of the Carr Hall Garden sits a large, repurposed television dish. The dish in question — a radio telescope managed...

An artists interpretation of the Kuiper Belt Object.
Astronomers say 'Planet Nine' likely exists near Kuiper Belt
Gabby Brady, Science/International Editor • September 10, 2021

A group of astronomers discovered in 2016 evidence of a possible ninth planet in the Milky Way. According to Gizmodo, the planet formerly labelled...

International students experience Allegheny living for first time
Oleksandra Shafran, Contributing Writer • September 17, 2021

This year is special for Allegheny College international students. Due to COVID-19, some of them were not able to live on campus and experience life in a different country....

Suicide bombing in Pakistan kills three, injures 20
Gabby Brady, Science/International Editor • September 17, 2021

Just a few weeks after the bombings in Afghanistan resulted in the deaths of 13 U.S. Marines and a vehicle collision with a landmine killed three Levies police personnel,...

7.2 earthquake strikes Haiti, kills at least 2,200
Gabby Brady, Science/International Editor • September 3, 2021

In late August, a 7.2 magintude earthquake struck 77 miles west of Haiti’s capital, Port-Au-Prince, and just over eight miles south-southeast of Petit Troup de Nippes, on...

Tim Weighart, 22, coasts to a first place finish in the Allegheny Classic on Saturday. Sept. 18.
Men’s and women’s cross country win Allegheny Classic
Jake Petti, Sports Writer • September 24, 2021

The Allegheny men’s and women’s cross country teams took home their second meet wins of the year at the Allegheny Classic on Sept. 18. The...

Ryan Hilty, 22, accomplished the hat trick by scoring three goals in the win over La Roche on Wednesday, Sept. 15
Men's Soccer team defeats La Roche in historic 9-1 win
Gabriella Brady, Science/International Writer • September 24, 2021

The Allegheny College men’s soccer team traveled on Sept. 15 to the Baierl Athletic Complex at La Roche University. Coming into the game,...

Carter Hassenplug, ’25, was among the six Allegheny golfers to compete in Florence, Indiana last Sunday, Sept. 12 and Monday, Sept. 13
Allegheny places second in Battle at Belterra Invitational
Adam Cohen, Sports Editor • September 17, 2021

The Allegheny men’s golf team came in second place out of 14 teams in the Battle at Belterra Invitational in Florence, Indiana this past Sunday,...

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