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ASG approves club, amendment despite low numbers
Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief • March 3, 2023

Allegheny Student Government, though low in numbers, still made it past the first round of voting for a new amendment and the revival of a club in their pre-spring break General Assembly. The meeting was called to order...

Shawntea Mahdi, ’23, sells tickets for the Soul Food Dinner event that occured on Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Schultz Banquet Hall.
Black History Month
William Lowthert, Contributing Writer • February 24, 2023

Engage’s landing page includes links to events and ways to get involved.
SLE to launch Engage after spring break
Sami Mirza, Editor-in-Chief • February 24, 2023

Move over, MyAllegheny: There is a new web platform for student events on campus. More than five months after initially planned, the rollout of club management software Engage is set to begin this week, opening a new chapter...

Library's Comps Coffee House supports senior projects
Evelyn Zavala, Staff Writer • February 24, 2023

The senior comprehensive project is Allegheny College’s most rigorous and significant requirement for students to complete their education. Seniors refer to the semester...

Career Education offers inside scoop on how to achieve career goals
Sam Heilmann, Junior Opinion Editor • February 24, 2023

It may be February, but the Office of Career Education has its sights set on summer. With speakers lined up and plenty of ice cream to go around, the office’s “Summer...

Admitted Students Day brings new faces to campus
Dawit Kahesay, Staff Writer • February 24, 2023

Allegheny College welcomed prospective students and their guests onto campus on Monday, Feb. 20, for the college’s first Admitted Students Day of the semester. The invited...

The ASG 2022-23 cabinet is not the leadership students deserve
Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief • February 24, 2023

Eleven months ago, as the fires of the 2022-23 Allegheny Student Government Presidential Election settled, one thing became clear: The 2021-22...

Keeping the 'human' in the humanities
D. Alexis Hart, Contributing Writer • February 24, 2023
Having an AI generate text may well be more efficient, but the process of learning that occurs through the act of writing is lost.
From graduating in 1987 to joining the faculty in 1994 to serving seven years as provost and dean of the college to being appointed interim president in 2022, Cole has spent 34 of the 40 years since his matriculation at Allegheny College.
A self-portrait of the president as a young man
Ron Cole, Contributing Writer • February 24, 2023
Students, if I may offer a few words of advice — embrace your Allegheny education and trust that Allegheny faculty and staff are preparing you with purpose for success on paths that you may not even know exist yet.
The worlds largest rainforest, now reduced to 83% of tis original stature.
The precipice of disaster
Anna Westbrook, Junior News Editor • February 16, 2023

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? If an entire soccer field filled with trees fell down every...

Waste-ing away Valentine's Day
Sam Heilmann, Junior Opinion Editor • February 16, 2023

Love is in the air. Or maybe it’s consumerism. Walking into any store in America in the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, it seems that...

The Oddfellows chimney swift dilemma
Sam Heilmann, Junior Opinion Editor • February 2, 2023

If you pass by Oddfellows Hall on a summer day, you are likely to hear a distinct chatter from above. Look up, and you may catch a glimpse of...

Sami Mirzas apartment.
Starting the day off right
Sami Mirza, Editor-in-Chief • February 23, 2023

I ran to class today. No, not the frantic 100-meter mad dash from your dorm because you missed your alarm, or the semi-jog when you’re halfway across campus and might be...

Political ramifications of Turkey-Syria earthquake
Elanor Bonta, Features Writer • February 23, 2023

A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Turkey and Syria on Monday, Feb. 6, the largest seismic movement the country has faced in nearly a hundred years, according to The Guardian....

Ukrainian students commemorate one year anniversary
Mariia Hlyten, Staff Writer • February 23, 2023

On this day a year ago, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Russia attacked the entire territory of the country with missile strikes in the early morning of ...

Ethan Carr, ’26, returning a hit during a match earlier in the season.
Carr, men’s tennis ready to take on spring season
Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor • February 27, 2023

Ethan Carr, ’26, has put up an impressive first-year campaign for the Allegheny men’s tennis program. He has dominated on the court, racking...

Baseball laces up for trips to Beckley and Tucson
Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor • February 27, 2023

The Allegheny baseball team will swing their way into the 2023 regular season with road trips to Beckley, West Virginia, and Tucson, Arizona....

NBA All-Star Weekend celebration is stacked
Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor • February 18, 2023

The 2023 NBA All-Star Game is set in stone as the league’s best will run the court on Sunday, Feb. 19, in the mountains and valleys of Salt...

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