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Assistant Professors of Environmental Science and Sustainability Casey Bradshaw-Wilson and Kelly Pearce cut the ribbon on the college’s new Watershed Conservation Research Center on May 8. Also present were some students, Provost and Dean of the College Ron Cole, ’87, and President Hilary Link.
Watershed Conservation Research Center preps for inaugural summer
Sami Mirza, News Editor • May 13, 2022

The newly renovated room 101 in the basement of Carr Hall will now be known as the Allegheny College Watershed Conservation Research Center. First announced in October of last year, the WCRC, as it is known, aims to provide...

Two Adirondack chairs hide on the front step of Arter Hall. According to the travel guide, Adirondack chairs — known as “Muskoka” chairs in Canada — were invented by Thomas Lee of Westport, NY in the opening years of the 20th century, and were originally called “Westport” chairs after their town of origin. As the chairs grew in popularitity across the United States, the name changed to reflect the chair’s origin in the Adirondack Mountains of New England.
Heat Wave: Summer weather sends students outside
Sami Mirza, News Editor • May 13, 2022

Reunion Weekend to return this summer
Hassan Javed, News Editor • May 13, 2022

Reunion Weekend is a longstanding tradition at Allegheny that brings together alumni and community members. However, the last two reunion weekends were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Reunion Weekend will return this...

‘Patchwork’ features Allegheny’s graduating art students
Emi Ariga, Contributing Photographer • May 12, 2022

Ford Chapel has been the center of religious life on campus for over 100 years.
‘Meeting This Moment’
Sydney Emerson, Features Editor • May 12, 2022

For almost 200 years, Allegheny has been affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Now, with fractures in the church and the Allegheny community’s approach toward religion,...

‘Chomping’ the comp
Jordan Greynolds, Features Writer • May 12, 2022

As the end of the 2021-22 academic year approaches, most Allegheny students are thinking about what classes they need to register for next semester. For seniors, though, their...

It is a uniquely terrible feeling to watch your own autonomy be taken away by your government
"It is a uniquely terrible feeling to watch your own autonomy be taken away by your government"
Sydney Emerson, Opinion Editor • June 25, 2022

I’m going to surgically implant a kangaroo tail onto your lower back. I hear your protests. They are a natural response to this news. You...

The change in dining service provider exemplifies the past year's issues
Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief • June 23, 2022

UPDATE: Since publication, Vice President for Enrollment Management Ellen Johnson clarified that there will be no disruption in food service...

An open letter to President Link and her cabinet
May 17, 2022

To the President and the President’s Cabinet, It has recently come to the attention of the Coalition for Labor that Allegheny College is considering...

Allegheny to host global sustainability conference
Hassan Javed, News Editor • May 5, 2022

Allegheny College will host the Fifth World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities from June 16 to 17. “The event is a series...

ESS department students, faculty awarded several honors
Gabriella Brady, Science/International Writer • May 5, 2022

Members of the Department of Environmental Science and Sustainability were recognized for some of the sustainability projects that are...

Microplastics identified in human blood
June Gromis, Science/International Writer • April 21, 2022

According to a new article and study published in the open access journal Environment International, microplastics have been discovered in human...

Tokyo to Meadville: reflections on a year at Allegheny
Emi Ariga, Contributing Writer • May 12, 2022

A year ago, I was at the American Embassy to get a visa for my dream journey to the United States. However, I was in between the sense of accomplishment to get a chance to...

Green SOCS, Bednar talk energy disparities
Sofia Hassan, News Editor • May 12, 2022

The Green Students of Color Society met with Arizona State University Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow Dominc Bednar over Google Meet on Thursday, May 5, to discuss energy...

Foreign language honor society preps yearly magazine
June Gromis, Science/International Writer • April 14, 2022

The department of World Languages & Cultures at Allegheny College represents an important cornerstone of the liberal arts experience. WLC provides students with opportunities...

Tylir Shannon, ’22, sprints the final stretch of the men’s 200 meter race at the Marty Goldberg Invitational at Robertson Athletic Complex on Thursday, May 12. Shannon finished third in 22.49 seconds.
Men's Track and Field reflect on NCAC Conference Championship performances
Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer • May 13, 2022

The Allegheny Men’s Track and Field team brought home the gold with three titles in the NCAC Conference Championships this past week, finishing...

Mihaela Toader, 23, crosses the finish line during the womens 200 meter race during the Marty Goldberg Invitational at Robertson Athletic Complex, Thursday, May 13. Toader won the race in 25.62 seconds.
Women’s Track and Field captain Mihaela Toader closes out high- performing season with more wins
Kyle Chandler, Sports Writer • May 13, 2022

In what will be her final year in the North Coast Athletic Conference, Mihaela Toader, ’23, left her mark once again, as she won the conference...

Bobby Kusinsky, `23, pitches to Kenyon during the Gators’ doubleheader on May 4.
Baseball eyes conference tournament as Crum earns 100th win
Ethan Woodfill, Editor-in-Chief • May 5, 2022

The Allegheny baseball team faced Kenyon College on May 4 in an NCAC double header at the Robertson baseball field. The Lords won game one 8-4,...

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