The Campus

Second First Friday success: March installment incorporated GFC and WARC

March 17, 2010

This semester, the game room has been celebrating First Fridays, the Make it Meadville committee’s monthly event in which stores stay open for longer hours, allowing people to shop and dine downtown in the evenings. “I feel like there is more interest and awaren...

Student art submissions

March 17, 2010

Student artwork from artists across campus will be put in the limelight this April in the Allegheny College Art Department’s annual Student Art Show. The exhibit will be on display April 6 through 25 in the Bowman, Penelec and...

March MCT madness

March 17, 2010

Those who are weary of traveling to bars can taste the fine arts of Meadville while staying on campus this weekend. The Meadville Community Theater, located in Oddfellows, will continue its show “Da” for the second weekend this Friday an...

Remington reruns still “Steele” our reviewer’s heart

March 17, 2010

During my intermediate school years, a time of questionable fashion choices and terrible hair, I got home each day at about 3:10 p.m. After finishing chores and surfing the as-yet rather unsophisticated web (at least on my family’s antique computer), I ...

Spring music prescription: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists

March 17, 2010

What is it about drinking outside? What is it about lying on a lawn or a porch, drinking a beer (or other alcoholic beverage of choice) and just slowly basking and drinking the day away? Some of my friends argue that this makes you feel like a kin...

Damon “Zones” in on the war in Iraq

March 17, 2010

Seven years after United States tanks rolled into Iraq, Universal Studios has released Paul Greengrass’ “Green Zone.” The trailers make it rather unclear what this film is about, only stating that it is directed by the man who helmed the “...

Gators spring into community service over break

March 17, 2010

Relaxing over spring vacation is becoming less popular here at Allegheny. With the number of choices for Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips, spring this year will be more than just fun in the sun. For ASB this year, students...

Diving into mysteries on screen with Aphrodite Jones

March 10, 2010

Stand aside, Nancy Grace. Your bleached blonde ‘do has some competition. Aphrodite Jones, New York Times bestselling writer of true crime nonfiction, has arrived on television with her own new show in the Investigation Discovery...

Latest Liars album is honestly one to love at first listen

March 10, 2010

Welcome to this special WARCh Madness edition of the music review! Actually, this has almost nothing to do the event itself, although it is written in a state of WARCh Madness, which is contagious and outrageous. WARC would like...

Traveling down the rabbit hole

March 10, 2010

“Beware the Jabberwock my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun The frumious Bandersnatch!” These are lines from the nonsense poem “Jabberwocky” by Lewis Carroll, author of “Alice’s...

On the fall of the Wall

March 10, 2010

College Republicans are excited to bring Paul Kengor, author of many best–selling books and political science professor at Grove City College, to campus next week. He will be presenting his point of view on the fall of the Berlin...

CEO speaks on climate

March 10, 2010

Larry Schweiger, CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, spoke Monday night to a full house at Quigley Auditorium about the disastrous effects of climate change from a conservationist’s perspective. The speech, titled “Last...

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