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ASG OKs Krampus funds
Sami Mirza, Editor-in-Chief • December 9, 2022

The Allegheny Student Government held its shortest General Assembly of the year Tuesday, Dec. 6, clocking in at just 23 minutes gavel-to-gavel — though the short length did not make the meeting any less significant. During...

The food drive donation box in the lobby of the Henderson Campus Center.
AERO assists MCFD with food drive
Evelyn Zavala, Staff Writer • December 9, 2022

The Allegheny Emergency Response Organization has joined the Meadville Central Fire Department in collecting for their “Annual Food Drive.” All food items collected from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2 will be given to the Center for...

CUTCO’s “Santoku-Style Signature Set,” which currently retails for $2,143 on the company’s website.
Career Ed. markets Vector sales jobs
Sami Mirza, Editor-in-Chief • December 9, 2022

Allegheny students could be working a part-time sales position with Vector Marketing over the winter break, according to an email from the college’s Career Education team on Tuesday, Nov. 29,. “Alum, Case Kunick ’11,...

Sagittarius season and New Year's beginnings
Annaliese Stone, Graphic Designer • December 9, 2022

Sagittarius (Nov. 22–Dec. 21) It’s your season, Sagittarius! Your ruling planet — Jupiter — enters Aries this month, heightening your already fiery spirit and pushing...

Gators now able to register for orientation leader positions
Anna Westbrook, Staff Writer • December 9, 2022

Applications for 2023-24 orientation leaders for first-year orientation week are now open to students until March 4, 2023. Orientation leaders guide first-years through the...

Ghost Stories by Doctor Sparks blends local history with fiction
"Ghost Stories" by Doctor Sparks blends local history with fiction
Sam Heilmann, Staff Writer • November 17, 2022

It was a dark and stormy night as students and professors filtered into Ford Chapel to listen to the “Ghost Stories” of Karl Smith, ’11. After a brief rehearsal and...

It IS a phase, Mom!
Sydney Emerson, Opinion Editor • December 9, 2022
What’s so wrong with phases that we can’t look them in the eye?
Women of color's long fight for reproductive justice
Kayla Young, Contributing Writer • December 9, 2022
The United States should never again need to learn of yet another woman dying from complications of a “back-alley” abortion clinic, or of the harrowing real-life ordeals women like Andrea Garcia and Kelli Dillon were forced to endure.
The student government who cried wolf
Sami Mirza, Editor-in-Chief • December 9, 2022
Sometimes, the best thing to do is not to say what you believe, but what you know.
The now-dormant food-forest is located next to the Carrden and Carr Hall.
“Food Forest” celebrates its first harvest
Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer • November 18, 2022

As the year comes to an end, the “food forest” celebrates its first harvest season. What began as an idea by a motivated first-year has been...

Dr. Emily Pfeufer
Allegheny alumna returns for undergrad seminars
Lottie Mateyak, Science/International Editor • November 18, 2022

Allegheny alumna Emily Pfeufer, ’08, a doctor in plant pathology, returned to campus this past Thursday, Nov. 10, to share her experiences...

Years after consumption, black hole 'burps' out star
Elanor Bonta, Features Writer • November 4, 2022

An incredible, science-changing event occurred among the stars on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Observed by a NASA telescope in New Mexico, a black hole...

Global Education restarts annual Passport Fair
Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer • November 11, 2022

The Global Education department is set to host its first post-pandemic Passport Fair on Nov. 16 in the Henderson Campus Center. All Allegheny students have the opportunity...

Halloween around the world
Lottie Mateyak, Science/International Editor • October 28, 2022

Halloween is a time of trick-or-treating, dressing up and telling spooky ghost stories for most people in the United States. According to History.com, the celebration originated...

Xi Jinping wins unprecedented third term in office
Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer • October 28, 2022

After 10 years in office, Chinese President Xi Jinping secured an unprecedented third term in office. According to Reuters, the Chinese Communist Party ended its weeklong...

The Allegheny Women’s Cross Country team hoisting the championship flag after winning the Conference tournament on Saturday, Oct. 29. It was their first time winning back-to-back titles since their 3-peat during the 2015-17 seasons.
Cross Country kicks it into gear for Great Lakes Regional
Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor • November 18, 2022

Allegheny’s cross country season has come to a close for both the men and women after competing in the NCAA Great Lakes Regional at St. Vincent...

2022 MLB postseason recap
Reagan Grace Wheat, Contributing Writer • November 11, 2022

The Houston Astros won the 2022 World Series at home on Saturday, Nov. 5, beating the Philadelphia Phillies four games to two in a best-of-seven...

Garrett Paxton, ’25, gets ready to boot the ball through the uprights on the first possession of overtime. This made field goal gave the Gators a 20-17 lead.
Football closes season with overtime win over Bethany
Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor • November 11, 2022

The Allegheny Gators football team can breathe a sigh of relief after closing out their season in thriller fashion with an overtime win over...

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