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Allegheny eliminates 36 positions, cites financial and enrollment challenges
Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief • July 28, 2021

Allegheny College announced on July 27 that 36 administrative and staff positions will be eliminated. A prepared statement provided by the college explained that this comes as a reaction to increasing financial and enrollment...

Alexa Isaguirre Portillo,
‘Unprecedented’: a year like none other
Ethan Woodfill, Editor-in-Chief • May 6, 2021

Unprecedented. There are few other words to describe the past year, according to Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students April Thompson.  “We were as surprised as every one of you as how to navigate one day...

Beehives added to Robertson
Kaleigh White, Opinion Editor • May 6, 2021

A small number of beehives were added to Robertson Athletic Complex during the week of April 26. The beehives are the result of a series of internships and independent studies done by students in the past several years. “Ever...

Beef kabob, rice, pita bread, salad, and hummus were served this past Wednesday for iftar, the meal to break one’s fast.
Muslim community celebrates Ramadan on campus
Jordan Greynolds, Features Editor • May 7, 2021

Ramadan is a time of the year in which Muslims around the world partake in a month-long, sunup to sundown fast from food and water. The final 10 days of this month have religious...

The Brooks parking lot behind Brooks Hall and Walker Hall on Park Ave.
Parking creates confusion among some students
Kristen Cadham, Features Writer • May 7, 2021

For many students, parking has been shrouded in confusion and misunderstandings, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, some students do not know how to find information...

Editorial Cartoon: April Showers
Editorial Cartoon: April Showers
Kaleel Van Voorhees, Editorial Cartoonist • May 7, 2021

Letter to the editor: ICA a welcoming place for all students
Abdikadir Lugundi , Contributing writer • May 7, 2021

Dear Editor: I am writing in response to the April 23 article, "False inclusivity and cultural insensitivity in campus spaces." For those...

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” reception and review
Kaleigh White, Opinion editor • May 7, 2021

Spoilers: ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.’ Unlike my WandaVision review, this review will focus less on an examination of each episode...

How American companies can improve corporate relations with China
Aubrey Miller, Contributing writer • April 30, 2021

American companies can turn their luck around in China by taking cues from Chinese companies entering the US market and learning from their successes...

Air pollution may lead to poor mental health in children
Gabriella Brady, Science/International Writer • May 7, 2021

Air pollutants, such as smog, soot, greenhouse gases and other chemicals, have long been known to be harmful to human health and to the environment. The...

Creek Connections hosts 25th Research Symposium
George Ackerman, Science/International Editor • May 7, 2021

Creek Connections, an outreach program of Allegheny College which works with Middle and High Schools to study their local waterways, hosted the...

Chimeric embryo may have medical implications
Gabriella Brady, Science/International Writer • April 23, 2021

In today’s scientific world, it is often uncommon to find experiments that have been done on nonhuman primates, as there are strict research...

Plans for European Super League fall apart
Gabriella Brady, Science/International Writer • April 30, 2021

In 2018, documents outlining plans for another European Soccer League were uncovered by Football Leakes, and the news of this discovery was recently addressed by the German...

United States and Russia face increased diplomatic tensions
George Ackerman, Science/International Editor • April 30, 2021

Earlier this year, large protests occurred across Russia in response to the jailing of opposition activist Alexei Navalny. Since then, Navalny has been convicted of parole...

Shipments worldwide affected by Suez Canal Blockage
Gabriella Brady, Science/International Writer • April 9, 2021

Ever Given, a large transportation vessel, has been moved from its position in the Suez Canal after grounding there nearly two weeks ago.  When the ship first grounded,...

The 2021 men
Recap of the men’s and women’s lacrosse seasons
Adam Cohen, Sports Editor • May 7, 2021

Men’s and women’s lacrosse teams ended on a high note by playing in two close matches to end their seasons. The men’s lacrosse team lost...

The 2021 women
Tennis teams wrap up their 2021 season against Kenyon
Jake Petti, Sports Writer • May 7, 2021

The Allegheny men’s and women’s tennis teams wrapped up their seasons last Friday, each falling to 13th ranked Kenyon 9-0 in their final...

Tyler Hettich,
Gators’ success contributed by breakout stars and comradery
Adam Cohen, Sports Editor • April 30, 2021

The Allegheny Gators baseball team entered the 2021 season trying to build off last year’s success. Although every sports team was forced to...

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