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Injury in Brooks

April 14, 2010

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Around 5:15 p.m. on Monday, a piece of the lattice window above Brooks dining hall broke off, falling onto a group of students waiting in line for dinner. The wooden bars came apart from the window glass and struck four students,...

The Greening of Theology

April 14, 2010

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What role does religion play in shaping our attitude towards the natural world? On Saturday, April 17 at the Diamond Park in Meadville, students, professors and all interested individuals will have the opportunity to find out...

Getting a taste of college life

April 14, 2010

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When The Campus met with Mike Larkin, '12, and Julian Seltzer, '13, creators of the Facebook group, "Edible Allegheny," it was the morning after Saturday's Springfest.  They walked in together, bleary-eyed, stifling yawns. ...

Student Concerns for Springfest

April 7, 2010

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Too early.  Too cold.  Too many prospective students.  Students have several complaints and questions about this year’s Springfest celebration. Hillary Houghton, the Major Events Committee (MEC) co-chair for Gators Activities...

New coach hired

April 7, 2010

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Jim Driggs, a former assistant coach for the University of Rochester, was announced as the new head basketball coach by Athletic Director Betsy Mitchell on Tuesday. Mitchell was excited to say that Driggs is the perfect man for...

North Village II on track

April 7, 2010

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With end of the school year approaching fast, and the room draw process finished, the finishing touches are being placed on North Village II.  According to Physical Plant, the dorm will be finished in early July and will be full...

ASG Budget Hearings

April 7, 2010

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The Allegheny Student Government budget hearings will be observed by a committee of senators and ASG's financial officers in the Campus Center, room 206 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Officers can sign up for a time slot on the papers...

The Change Exchange

April 7, 2010

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Michael Pollan has sold 50 million books. Greg Mortenson has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Both have come to campus by way of the Year of Social Change. It seems fair to ask: after all of that, why was the year's culminating event...

The Compost – Allegheny College officials determine school is getting "weirder"

April 1, 2010

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BY REY SMEEF After a recent Trustee weekend, in which many of the prestigious alumni of Allegheny College made their way to the school, they have decided unanimously to dub the college “extremely weird” in the newest admissions...

The Compost – Campus magazine filled with promiscuous prose

April 1, 2010

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By AFEELYA CUNTE Students across campus have been talking about the latest issue of the student-run alternative magazine Overkill, The Body Issue. “I only read it for the creative prose and long form poetry,” said George...

The Compost – Students discover Club Chacocente is not chocolate–related hangout

April 1, 2010

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By BALLERINA POTLUCK Allegheny students around campus claim to have been brutally misled by one of the Experiential Learning trips for the summer.  To clarify, Project Chacocente will help families move out of a Managua dump...

The Compost – Fraternity planning "like 8 charity events" in midst of recent sexual harassment suit

April 1, 2010

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After a semester of nothing but underage parties and a recent sexual harassment lawsuit, the fraternity Alpha Beta Gropa has decided to put together a string of what a representative is calling, “charity type stuff” out of...

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