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Collins, candidate for public safety director, delivers presentation

Steven Heine, News Editor

November 29, 2018

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Allegheny College is currently searching for an individual to serve as its public safety director. As with other hiring initiatives the college has conducted, finalists for the position are asked to deliver a presentation to the cam...

ASG appoints two new members to the College Committees Council, discusses refillable water stations

Sara Holthouse, News Editor

November 29, 2018

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Though the weather remained dreary outside, it did not damper Allegheny Student Government’s weekly general assembly meeting Tuesday night, when two open spots on the College Committees Council were filled. Lauren Trimber...

Allegheny’s newest competitive team? It could be esports.

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

November 15, 2018

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A group of Allegheny College students plans to bring a new competitive team to the school, and with it, physical changes to parts of campus. Its competition? E-Sports. Though its constitution was tabled at the Tuesday, Nov. 13, Alleghen...

ASG welcomes Assistant Dean of Student Conduct Hall

Sara Holthouse, News Editor

November 8, 2018

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Continuing its discussion and planning after the September student protests, Allegheny Student Government welcomed Joe Hall to its general assembly meeting. ASG invited Hall, assistant dean of student conduct, to give a pres...

ASG cabinet looks to expand transparency about its functions to improve its operational relations with students

Jake Wamsley, Contributing writer

November 8, 2018

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ASG aims to clear up ambiguity about its cabinet’s functioning and introduce students to each Cabinet member’s role in representing the student body in order to beget transparency and give students easier access to findin...

Caballero, Knupsky receive grant for exploring interdisciplinary education

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

November 8, 2018

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Two professors received a grant for their work exploring whether a student’s Allegheny College education is too one-dimensional. Soledad Caballero, associate professor of English, and Aimee Knupsky, associate professor of psyc...

Allegheny busts voting myths with Voter Fest

Matthew Steinberg, Features Editor

November 8, 2018

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On election night, piñatas were not the only thing being “busted” in the Vukovich Center for Communication Arts. Voting myths and misconceptions were busted as part of the inaugural Voter Fest. Breanna Lizette Garcia, ’20...

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