The Campus

Car part thefts hit Allegheny

April 29, 2011

Late last Saturday night, thieves crawled under the vehicles of two students and used saws to remove the catalytic converters from their exhaust systems. Similar crimes have been committed throughout Crawford and Erie Counties...

Former speaker accused of fabricating information

April 22, 2011

Last spring, humanitarian figure and co-author of “Three Cups of Tea,” Greg Mortensen, spoke for the Year of Social Change to a Shafer Auditorium so packed that an additional video stream was needed in the Campus Center lobby....

Flawed Beckonomics

March 4, 2011

In the past five years, Glenn Beck has gone from a little-known talk radio host to the preeminent sage of conservative America. His political theories, in which he often targets those he sees as leaders of a progressive revolution,...

Civil War veterans celebrate 150th anniversary

February 11, 2011

Marking the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, the Crawford County Historical Society’s chapter of the Civil War Roundtable gathered in the campus center Wednesday night for the second event of a four-part presentation...

Campus Climate Report Released

November 3, 2010

Allegheny College’s Campus Climate Final Report was released last week. The report’s data suggests high levels of satisfaction with the college but a need for improvement in making various minority groups feel more welcome on c...

Wikileaks spread truth

October 28, 2010

Wikileaks.org, an archive where whistleblowers can safely disclose secret information to the public, made its largest release to date last Friday: 391,832 classified military reports from the U.S. occupation in Iraq. The release...

French strikes address deeper issues

October 21, 2010

The scene in Paris lately hasn’t been exactly conducive to romance. Street protests with attendance in the millions and widespread labor strikes have taken place over the past two months in opposition to a proposed pension...

Allegheny students overlook campus building history

September 15, 2010

 Most of Lewis Walker’s career was spent developing his invention, the hookless fastener. Later to be called the zipper, his invention became a worldwide success and funded Walker Hall and Walker Annex. Although over 250 students liv...

McKinley’s boosts focus on nutrition

September 8, 2010

McKinley’s offers students an array of eating options, many healthy, some not as healthy. Making smart choices is only possible with the right amount of information, which is why the staff at McKinley’s is making sure students have adeq...

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