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ASG elections are underway

January 27, 2010

By RAY SMITH The Allegheny Student Government (ASG) has announced the time line for the upcoming student presidential elections. Students interested in running for office should stop by the student government office on the third...

Phi Beta Kappa Inductees at Allegheny

January 27, 2010

By KATRINA TULLOCH [email protected] When Trista Szocs went to pick up her mail last semester, she had no idea she was about to be accepted by the oldest and most prestigious honorary scholastic society in the United States. “Phi...

County D.A. Visits Campus

December 4, 2009

By GREG WAPLES ([email protected]) Crawford County District Attorney Francis Shultz visited Allegheny College last week to deliver a talk to aspiring news writers.  Professor Penni Schaefer’s News Writing class listened...

Year of Social Change Brings Dr. Shiva

December 4, 2009

By Clay Moran ([email protected]) Within the past decade, the global warming debate has been intensifying.  Predictions of an ice-free, summer Arctic within a decade raise numerous concerns.  While many national groups demand...

ASG to enter float in Meadville Parade

December 3, 2009

By RAY SMITH ([email protected]) Allegheny Student Government is branching out into the community once again, this time making their presence known by entering a float into the Meadville Halloween parade. “President Mullen...

Major Events Committee Trying to Book Top Act

December 3, 2009

The major events committee’s vote has concluded, but the winner of the vote has yet to be announced. “We will release results when the bidding process is over,” said ASG President Brett Fuchs, ’10. Because of the nature...

Allegheny Hall Victorious in Green Gator Competition

December 3, 2009

By Lindsay Codispot After two weeks of student efforts to save energy in Allegheny’s dorms, the results of the Green Gator Energy Competition are in. The big winner is Allegheny Hall, winning both the Watt Chompers and Phantom...

Zombies to Overtake Campus

December 3, 2009

By Charlotte Volpe ([email protected]) Starting next semester, students are planning to play a game of Humans versus Zombies on the Allegheny campus. Humans Versus Zombies, or HvZ, started on the campus of Goucher College...

Proposed Health Care Legislation Reaching Campus

November 26, 2009

By PETE JONES ([email protected]) After the House narrowly approved the Affordable Health Care for America Act, on November 7–what President Obama deemed “a courageous vote” in the New York Times–the college demographic...

ACO donates time and energy

November 24, 2009

By CORTNEY O’BRIEN ([email protected]) Thanks to Allegheny Christian Outreach (ACO), a few more of Pittsburgh’s elderly residents can live  more comfortably. Students joined the philanthropic organization Pittsburgh...

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