The Campus

CPDC advises students to focus on their mental health

Bree Gray, News Editor

October 23, 2020

The Counseling and Personal Development Center said they advise students to focus on their mental health, especially during midterms. “This semester, ‘good enough’ is great,” Director of the CPDC Trae Yeckley said....

‘Roadmap’ to address racial injustices

Bree Gray, News Editor

October 16, 2020

The college announced plans to rectify existing racial injustices within the institution, however, some students remain uncertain. “I feel like (addressing systemic racism) is not a priority (at the institution),” Benedicte ...

Admissions resume campus tours with safety measures

Bree Gray, News Editor

October 16, 2020

Following the end of the campus-wide quarantine, admissions began hosting campus tours for prospective students, despite COVID-19 concerns. “One hundred percent of our processes have changed,” said Executive Director of A...

New groups work to uplift student voices, aim for change

Makayla Alicea, News Editor

October 16, 2020

Madi Sherman, ’22, and Sarah Mayer, ’22, were inspired to create and organize Allegheny College Students for Change when their professor asked students to discuss the political climate of today, both on and off-campus, and to ...

ASG meetings begin with new plans, elections

Alana Sabol, News Editor

October 16, 2020

During its first two meetings, Allegheny Student Government discussed preliminary plans for the semester and began electing more cabinet members. With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly commenced with the vice presid...

ASG, club budget approvals delayed until mid-October

Alana Sabol, News Editor

October 9, 2020

After one month into the semester, Allegheny Student Government has yet to begin regular weekly meetings and budget hearings. ASG President Abdikadir Lugundi, ’21, explained that, because senate and cabinet elections did...

Public safety incident escalates, local police get involved

Makayla Alicea and George Ackerman

October 9, 2020

Adrean Velez, ’21, was walking to visit his friends on Loomis Street just after midnight, Friday, Sept. 18, when an incident between him and two public safety officers escalated into both officers pinning Velez to the ground,...

Commencement ceremony moved to November

Alana Sabol, News Editor

October 9, 2020

Since the postponement of the 2020 commencement ceremony and the March ending to their senior year, graduates have needed to consider a variety of factors such as safety, value and expenses, that determine whether they will return...

Annual Meadville Halloween Parade cancelled

Bree Gray, News Editor

October 9, 2020

Halloween festivities, like many other events this year, will be altered due to COVID-19 safety protocols both on and off-campus. Halloween brings the campus community together as many students celebrate the holiday with one another...

Allegheny finalizes rebranding campaign

Sara Holthouse, Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2020

Globally, colleges and universities are constantly looking for ways to attract students to visit and to eventually attend them. One of the main ways that colleges do this is through how they present and brand themselves to the wor...

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