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Departments readjust after mass retirement

Lauren Trimber, Senior News Editor

April 19, 2018

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With 23 professors retiring at the end of the 2017-18 year, Allegheny College has already undergone changes in its curriculum. Although Professor of History Barry Shapiro is one of the retiring professors, the international stu...

Campus holds simulation for refugee journey

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor

April 19, 2018

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The Global Citizen Scholars Program held its first refugee simulation in Shultz Banquet Hall on Tuesday, April 17. Allegheny Students participated in a 30 minute educational simulation that enhanced their perspective on refugees and w...

Panel visits college to discuss American opioid crisis

Masha Serguievski, Contributing writer

April 12, 2018

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Being a small campus, many of Allegheny’s buildings double from their intended purpose to serve space for larger events, such as talks, symposiums and banquets. Ford Memorial Chapel participates in this often, and on Monday, April 9 at 4 p....

Why Not Us holds Title IX conference at Allegheny

Kelsey Evans, Photo Editor

April 12, 2018

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Why Not Us held the Allegheny Title IX Conference in the Tippie Alumni Center on Saturday, April 7. The conference started with speakers from the Audrie Pott Foundation, named after a fifteen-year-old girl who was sexually ass...

ASG reviews constitution, establishes new cabinet

Steven Heine, News Editor

April 12, 2018

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Allegheny Student Government dealt with constitutional questions and internal matters during its meeting on Tuesday, April 10. To start the meeting, ASG discussed the constitution for the proposed Vernon Township Volunteer Fi...

Erie news meteorologist visits campus, gives lecture

Margaret Malley, Contributing writer

April 12, 2018

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Students and faculty packed into Carr Hall on Tuesday, April 4, to listen to Reed McDonough, an Erie based meteorologist, present a talk titled “Dropping Science into Weather Forecasts.” The talk was on how he found the bala...

Allegheny holds open community meeting to discuss potential addition to campus Greek life

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

April 5, 2018

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Multiple members of the Allegheny College community and representatives from Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. held an open meeting Wednesday, April 4, to discuss possible expansion of the sorority at Allegheny. Jamilia Gates, vic...

Gomez, Greene winners of ASG election

Lauren Trimber, Senior News Editor

April 5, 2018

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After a three week campaign, the Allegheny Student Government primary ended with presidential candidate Camila Gomez, ’19, and vice presidential candidate Gillian Greene, ’20, winning the election. Almost immediately after the...

New Dean for Institutional Diversity hired

Steven Heine, Junior News Editor

April 5, 2018

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Allegheny College announced Kristin Dukes as the new dean for institutional diversity. Dukes will officially begin working for Allegheny on July 1. Dukes has previously held positions at Simmons College and Tufts University in...

Professor gives lecture on minority consumer activism in Philadelphia

Masha Serguievski, Contributing writer

March 8, 2018

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Alyssa Ribeiro, assistant professor of history and black studies, delivered a presentation titled “Seller Beware! Black and Latino Consumer Activism in Philadelphia, 1960s to 1980s” on Wednesday, March 7, as part of the facu...

Allegheny plans to remove German major from curriculum

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor

March 8, 2018

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The humanities department is taking another hit at Allegheny College with the loss of the German Major after the Spring 2018 semester. In order to be mindful of the curricular areas of interest among current and prospective stu...

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