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Examining climate change in readings

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

Allegheny College’s Playshop Theater presented staged readings of “Sila” and “Forward”, two works from playwright Chantal Bilodeau, on Saturday, Sept. 8 and Sunday, Sept. 9. The two works focus on the future of t...

September 14, 2017No Comments

Allegheny student government kick-starts year’s work

Lauren Trimber, Senior News Editor

Director of Public Safety Ali Awadi spoke to Allegheny Student Goverment during its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Awadi explained that over the summer Allegheny conducted an active shooter drill with the help of the FBI, the state po...

September 14, 2017No Comments

Artwork with a hidden complexity

Michael Fernandez, Contributing writer

Judy Holdener, of Kenyon college, recently visited Allegheny College to give remarks on the immersion between digital art and mathematics. Holdener is currently a professor in the field of mathematics, at Kenyon College. Her pri...

September 14, 2017No Comments

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Gator football falls to Wooster in first loss of the 2017 season, home opener

Gator football falls to Wooster in first loss of the 2017 season, home opener

Kelsey Evans, Junior Photographer

The Allegheny Gators football team fell to the College of Wooster in its home opener on Saturday, Sept. 9 with a score of 49-35, giving the team one win and one loss for the season so far. To start the game, Alex Victor, ...

September 14, 2017No Comments

  • Allegheny women’s soccer team wins season opener, Geneva, RIT September 7, 2017
  • Marks looks ahead to final season August 31, 2017
  • Men’s soccer eager to begin 2017 season August 31, 2017
  • Women’s soccer to kick-off season with new class, assistant coach August 24, 2017

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Lombardi gives tour of universe in lecture series

Lombardi gives tour of universe in lecture series

Jen Rodriguez, Features Editor

On Wednesday, Sept. 13, Jamie Lombardi, associate professor of physics, held the first talk of the Karl W. Weiss ’87 Faculty Lecture Series for 2017-18, called “A Brief Tour...

September 14, 2017No Comments

‘It’ returns to theaters 27 years later, scary as ever

September 14, 2017

‘Annabelle: Creation’ goes back to horror film basics

‘Annabelle: Creation’ goes back to horror film basics

September 14, 2017

Allegheny showcases first-generation, low-income student group

September 7, 2017

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International

Another poor summer for the box office

Shane Ostrom, Contributing Writer

I recently watched “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in theatres, and I was less than impressed with it. My discord does not stem from the acting, visuals or even the story; rat...

September 14, 2017No Comments

Making sense of America’s obsession with Diana and Kate

Olivia Blakeslee, Contributing Writer

Few individuals are capable of giving a detailed account of the complications their mother went through while pregnant with them; few even have interest in acquiring this informa...

September 14, 2017No Comments

Time for a coffee machine renaissance

Chris Brindle, Opinion Editor

We have a complicated relationship with coffee, and the Keurig K-cup is not the answer. In 2015, John Sylvan, the inventor of the K-Cup, had his Oppenheimer moment during a...

September 7, 2017No Comments

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Semester abroad makes Germany feel like home

Semester abroad makes Germany feel like home

Maggie Duggan, Campus Blogger

This week marks the official halfway point of my time abroad. Just last week, I toured the country of Italy, visiting Venice, Florence and Rome. The week before, I spent time in Berlin, Germany: before that various other...

November 5, 2015No Comments

German exchange student conquers Allegheny

German exchange student conquers Allegheny

Lisa Hageneier, Campus Blogger

When I first applied to come to Allegheny about a year ago I was more than excited to hop across the big pond and experience life in America. I would describe myself as adventurous, curious and probably a little crazy and...

October 22, 2015No Comments

One semester, four countries: Gator takes on Europe

One semester, four countries: Gator takes on Europe

Amy Currul, Campus Blogger

Hey everyone! My name is Amy Currul, and I am currently a junior. This semester I am studying abroad through Antioch University’s WGSE program, which stands for Women and Gender Studies in Europe. Over the course of thi...

October 22, 2015No Comments

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