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Allegheny switching to 100 percent wind energy

September 3, 2010

Starting this January, the gators are going to get a whole lot greener when Allegheny switches to 100 percent wind-generated electricity. This switch will cut the college’s greenhouse gas emissions by 52 percent. The transition...

Dean of Students, Residence Life merge offices

September 3, 2010

This year, Residence Life and the Dean of Students Office are breaking down walls and bridging gaps – literally. The two offices have combined forces and are now housed in one complex of offices in Reis Hall called the Student...

The Campus interviews ASG President and Vice President

September 2, 2010

Since being elected last February, Shane Downing and Jamie Havens, President and Vice President of Allegheny Student Government (ASG) have been planning for the 2010-2011 year.  As the year begins, the duo reflects on their...

Construction picks up

August 27, 2010

Since the conclusion of the 2009-2010 school year, Allegheny has undertaken an extensive amount of construction throughout campus, some of which is still in progress. Though the Physical Plant finished much of their work befo...

Wake up, Allegheny

May 13, 2010

Wake up and stand up. This is the slogan of The Coffee Party, a national movement that has recently made its way to Allegheny with the help of Steven Jones, '12, President of the College Democrats, in the form of a brand–new student group. The Coffee Party i...

Allegheny gives back at annual rummage sale

April 28, 2010

As students wrap up the spring semester, turn in their final assignments, take their final exams, and hurriedly pack up all of their belongings, garbage bins and dumpsters all across campus will fill with the remains of dorm life...

The Future of Journalism

April 28, 2010

Quick, where are you reading this story? Is it in print or online? Which do you prefer? The answers to these questions are shaping journalism as an industry and the changing future. Newspapers across the nation are closing their...

Health Care Bill Responses

April 28, 2010

The Health Care Reform Bill was passed on March 23, leaving much controversy. The Health Care Bill will cost $940 billion over ten years. It is estimated to reduce the deficit by $143 billion over the first ten years and will...

What’s Wrong with Women’s Studies?

April 28, 2010

Circulating among the student body this week is a petition that could revolutionize the Women’s Studies (WS) program at Allegheny College. The initial spark for the petition started in the Women’s Studies junior seminar of...

The Year of Global Citizenship

April 28, 2010

If you go to Dave Valentine, one of the authors of the proposal for next year's theme, the Year of Global Citizenship, and ask him what global citizenship is, you'll be disappointed. “A big part of the year is letting people...

Students reach out

April 21, 2010

Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) has become an annual demonstration of world-wide commitment of youth to the betterment of their communities. Started in 1988 as a nation-wide campaign, this celebration of community service has...

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