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Acting President of Allegheny College Ron Cole, ’87, and former President Hilary Link at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Watershed Conservation Research Center on May 8. At the time, Cole was serving as Provost and Dean of the College.
Link leaves midweek
Hassan Javed, News Editor • September 23, 2022

Hilary Link has left the institution, according to an email sent to the campus community on Tuesday, Sept. 20. A press release by the college confirmed Link’s departure and announced that former Provost and Dean of the...

Ron Cole, ’87, attends the ASG General Assembly for the first time as President of Allegheny College. Cole did not stay long, giving a brief address about his appointment earlier that day and reminding students of a pair of informal meet-and-greets where they could talk to him.
Cole speaks at ASG assembly
Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief • September 23, 2022

The Allegheny Student Government gathered for their weekly general assembly on Tuesday, Sept. 20, to witness the first public appearance of the newly-appointed president of Allegheny College, Ron Cole, ’87. Cole was only...

Class of 2026 elects class president, senators
Samantha Heilmann, Contributing Writer • September 23, 2022

Allegheny College’s first-year class senatorial race was held this past week with one unique caveat: each of the candidates running knew from the start that they would have a position in the Allegheny Student Government. The...

Orchesis continues to foster environment of growth for students on campus
Reagan Grace Wheat, Contributing Writer • September 23, 2022

The Orchesis Dance Company is more than just a dance club on campus. It is an inclusive environment for all dancers and students to express themselves, grow their confidence...

Students display talents at open mic night
Evelyn Zavala, Staff Writer • September 23, 2022

"Overkill," "The Allegheny Review" and Sigma Tau Delta collaborated to bring an open mic night to Grounds for Change on Thursday, Sept. 15. The event was advertised as an...

PaddleFest Makes for a Relaxing Weekend Excursion
Danielle Gibson, Contributing Writer • September 23, 2022

Allegheny Recreation and the Allegheny Outing Club partnered to host the 2022 Paddlefest at Woodcock Lake Park on Saturday, Sept. 17. Students met at the second-floor entrance...

Studies show that a pile of stuffed animals such as this one can improve mental health and quality of life.
Stuffed animals are necessary
Elanor Bonta, Contributing Writer • September 23, 2022

Everyone has heard about how humans need four hugs daily to survive, eight hugs for maintenance, and twelve for growth. It’s a shame that those...

Interim President Ron Cole, 87, speaks with students during a public session in the Campus Center lobby on Thursday, Sept. 22.
With President Cole, we can recover
Sydney Emerson, Opinion Editor • September 23, 2022
This is a plea to my fellow students, disguised as the obligatory “we’ve got a new president” opinion piece. Give President Cole a chance.
The Queen's death represents larger global conflicts
Dawit Kahesay, Contributing Writer • September 23, 2022

After more than 70 years on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II died on Sept. 8. She was 96 years old, Queen Regnant of 32 sovereign states during...

Biology chair, students talk comp process and research
Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief • September 16, 2022

For many first-years arriving at Allegheny College, tales of the dreaded Senior Comprehensive Project are illusive and intimidating. A comp requires...

Webb dazzles the web with stunning space photos
September 16, 2022

The Hubble Space Telescope has been active for over 30 years since its launch on April 24, 1990, according to NASA. Observing primarily visible...

Allegheny joins NWPA sustainable innovation network
Evelyn Zavala, Staff Writer • September 2, 2022

Allegheny College announced in a press release on Monday, Aug. 22, that it joined the Northwest Pennsylvania Innovation Beehive network with...

Local Brit reflects on the life and death of the Queen
Ian Binnington, Contributing Writer • September 23, 2022

On Sept. 8, for the first time in my life, I saw the words “His Majesty the King” in reference to the reigning monarch of my home country, the United Kingdom. My mother...

Climate change fuels unprecedented floods in Pakistan
Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief • September 23, 2022

About one-third of Pakistan is currently under water in the most intense wet August weather since the country began keeping weather records in 1961, according to NPR. “This...

Students from Ukraine live and learn in Meadville
Lottie Mateyak, Science/International Editor • September 9, 2022

This academic year, Allegheny College welcomed five new international students from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in Kyiv, Ukraine. The National University...

Varsity golf action at Mercyhurst Invitational, September 16, 2022. Photo by Ed Mailliard.
Men's golf looking for strong second half finish to fall
Kyle Chandler, Sports Editor • September 23, 2022

The men’s golf team is halfway through the fall season after competing in the Mercyhurst Invitational in Erie, Pennsylvania, this past weekend....

Cliff Weaver, 25, laces a free kick into Case Western Reserve territory during the second half of their game on Sept. 17 at Robertson Athletic Complex.
Men’s soccer takes aim at PAC with new coach
Sami Mirza, Editor-in-Chief • September 23, 2022

The Allegheny men’s soccer team fell 2-0 in their final game before beginning conference play to the Case Western Reserve Spartans on the afternoon...

Lilly Noel, ’23, makes a daring play between two Pitt players by kicking the ball over their heads.
Season begins as women’s soccer returns to PAC
Reagan Grace Wheat, Contributing Writer • September 16, 2022

For the first time in 38 years, the women’s soccer team is preparing to enter a new athletic conference. With their continued work in nonconference...

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