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Allegheny Student Government votes to approve 2019 policy changes

Marley Parish, Editor-In-Chief

April 11, 2019

These too shall pass. In its general assembly, Allegheny Student Government voted to approve the proposed changes to Allegheny’s Student Code of Conduct and the Policy on Discriminatory and Sexual Harassment Including Sex...

IDEAS Center hosts open dialogue about n-word and campus racism

Ethan Woodfill, News Editor

April 4, 2019

About 20 students and faculty members attended a discussion regarding the n-word and racism on Allegheny’s campus to share their views on the issue as well as potential solutions to the problem. The Inclusion, Diversity, Equit...

Doctors Warren, Dixon, and Reverend Wilson set to receive honorary degrees at this year’s commencement

Sara Holthouse, News Editor

April 4, 2019

A global leader in the LGBTQ Christian community, a representative of private universities and a Meadville community member and educator will all join Allegheny’s seniors at their upcoming commencement in order to receive hono...

Dean Thompson visits ASG to talk college policy updates

Marley Parish, Editor-In-Chief

April 4, 2019

Everybody makes mistakes; everybody has those days — even Allegheny students. This imperfection is being taken into consideration as part of the 2019 review of the Student Code of Conduct policies, specifically regarding st...

Allegheny College increases tuition by three percent for the upcoming year

Cody Baumeister, News Editor

April 4, 2019

While students continue to struggle to pay for higher education, schools across the United States are raising tuitions again as the 2019-20 school year approaches. Allegheny College is among those schools scheduled to increase ...

Methodist-affiliated schools feel impacts of United Methodist Church decision against inclusion of LGBTQ community

Sara Holthouse, News Editor

March 7, 2019

After the United Methodist Church held its General Conference a week ago and decided against allowing members of the LGBTQ community to be included in certain church rites, Methodist affiliated schools and universities are left w...

Tim’s Law requires colleges to make hazing incidents public

Ethan Woodfill, News Editor

February 28, 2019

Allegheny College released the first Timothy J. Piazza Antihazing Law Report last week on its website under the Fraternity and Sorority Life page. The report is mandated under the new Pennsylvania statute, Act 80 of 2018, created in response to the 2017 hazin...

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