The Campus

Just the tips: How to spot and help abusive relationships

Janelle Carlson, Contributing Columnist

September 19, 2014

Disclaimer: This article may be triggering to some. Please be aware of this before reading further Domestic violence and abuse do not have to follow a strict, specific model. Domestic violence or abuse can happen in any type of...

Just how wack is the Yik Yak app?

Lucas Proper, Contributing Columnist

September 19, 2014

This application for iPhone and Android users, released on February 20, 2014, is now sweeping across campus and becoming a part of almost every student’s life. Yik Yak is designed for users to be able to post Twitter-like posts...

Allegheny ranks top 20 in contributing teachers

Joseph Tingley, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2014

This year Allegheny College ranked in the top 20 contributors to the Teach for America Program, among schools of the same size.  According to Sarah Hernandez, a recruitment manager for Teach for America who works with Allegheny...

Security signs agreement with Meadville police

Arianna O'Connell, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2014

The City of Meadville and Allegheny College signed a Cooperative Agreement on Aug. 1, allotting more authority and responsibility to campus security. Within the first weeks of school, students have noticed a change in the interaction...

Meal plans change after ten years

Christina Bryson, News Editor

August 28, 2014

The college updated meal plans available for students at the end of the 2014 academic year. The student life committee, Joe DiChristina, dean of students, Linda Wetsell, chief financial officer and treasurer, and Bill Watts, general...

Students pass honor code

Sam Stephenson and Christina Bryson

April 18, 2014

This year Allegheny celebrates the 50th anniversary of its honor code, a system designed for students to ensure academic integrity at the college. The Honor Code Committee is currently made up of 12 students from the sophomore,...

Richman becomes the first Allegheny student to receive coveted scholarship

Christina Bryson, Junior Editor

April 11, 2014

Grant Richman, ’15, has been selected to study Arabic this summer in Morocco through the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program, a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. The CLS Program is a competitive scholarship...

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