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Examining climate change in readings

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

September 14, 2017

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Allegheny College’s Playshop Theater presented staged readings of “Sila” and “Forward”, two works from playwright Chantal Bilodeau, on Saturday, Sept. 8 and Sunday, Sept. 9. The two works focus on the future of the Canadian...

Allegheny student government kick-starts year’s work

Lauren Trimber, Senior News Editor

September 14, 2017

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Director of Public Safety Ali Awadi spoke to Allegheny Student Goverment during its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Awadi explained that over the summer Allegheny conducted an active shooter drill with the help of the FBI, the state po...

Artwork with a hidden complexity

Michael Fernandez, Contributing writer

September 14, 2017

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Judy Holdener, of Kenyon college, recently visited Allegheny College to give remarks on the immersion between digital art and mathematics. Holdener is currently a professor in the field of mathematics, at Kenyon College. Her pri...

Kutzer, IDEAS Center lead campus organizations in open dialogue at town hall

Shane Ostrom, Contributing writer

September 14, 2017

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An open dialogue regarding the divide between Greek and non-Greek organizations on campus was held in Quigley Auditorium on Sunday, Sept. 10. Ken Kutzer, ’18, president of Allegheny’s Theta Chi fraternity, invited members of the Al...

First Friday changes help create strong bonds

Chelsea Contino, Contributing writer

September 14, 2017

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Over the past few months, some student organizations and faculty groups have begun making extra efforts to build stronger relationships between the Allegheny and Meadville communities. Most students at Allegheny know that on the first...

Res Life introduces new room selection software

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

September 7, 2017

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Allegheny’s Office of Residence Life recently purchased new software for room selection. The new software, called Adirondack, will allow students to choose their rooms through an online portal. Previously, room selection has b...

ASG Cabinet and Senate make plans for upcoming year

Lauren Trimber, News Editor

September 7, 2017

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Allegheny Student Government gathered for their second meeting of the academic year on Tuesday, Sept. 5. Although members of the cabinet had to shift positions to account for the departure of former vice president Matt Hartwell...

Meadville Civil War statue now restored, rededicated

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

September 7, 2017

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The Civil War reenactment group, Muster in the Park, held a rededication ceremony for the restored statue at the south end of Meadville’s Diamond Park on Saturday, Sept. 2. The statue, formally known as the Peiffer Memoria...

Animal Years performs for Allegheny students

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

September 7, 2017

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Mike McFadden and Animal Years brought a flock of students to the Gator Quad for the band’s 6 p.m. performance on Friday, Sept. 1. The band, based in Brooklyn, New York, came to Allegheny College as part of Student Leadershi...

Kleeman Fund provides a chance for students to express themselves through art

Lauren Trimber, Senior News Editor

September 7, 2017

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Artists entered The Bowman-Penelec-Megahan Art Galleries on Saturday, Sept. 2 to create art with and around one another for the 8 Hour Projects: Beyond These Walls event. Although the event has been held at Allegheny for over ...

Matriculation speakers encourage tolerance

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

August 31, 2017

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Allegheny College President James Mullen delivered a speech during Allegheny’s Academic Convocation and Matriculation Ceremony August 26. In his speech, Mullen asked students to learn how to respectfully engage in debate o...

Lawsuit against Allegheny College to enter mediation

Alex Weidenhof, News Editor

August 31, 2017

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A lawsuit filed against Allegheny College in United States District Court — the second in 2017 — will proceed in front of a federal magistrate judge. The college is accused of and denies charges of racial discrimination. ...

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