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Dahlkemper holds press conference in Pelletier

February 17, 2010

On Wednesday, Feb. 17, U.S. Representative Kathy Dahlkemper visited Allegheny College’s campus to speak about the pertinent issue of cybersecurity threats. The press conference, which was held in Pelletier Library, was attended by college administra...

Students bike across nation for a good cause

February 16, 2010

By KATRINA TULLOCH ([email protected]) Some students spend their summers relaxing. Some visit family.  Some get a job. Arthur Huang, an English major and Chinese studies minor, and Melissa Danielson, a studio art major and...

Four tickets running for ASG office

February 11, 2010

By KATRINA TULLOCH ([email protected]) Primary elections for the Allegheny Student Government President and Vice President 2010-2011 take place on Wednesday, Feb. 10 and Thursday, Feb. 11. There are four tickets running: Shane Downing, ’11 and Jamie Havens ’11; Corey Shears, ’12 and Kami Forgie, ’12; Nate Su...

Downing/Havens and Shears/Forgie advance to ASG general election

February 11, 2010

The primary elections for the Allegheny Student Government (ASG) closed at 4 p.m. on Feb. 11. The ticket of Shane Downing, ’11, and Jamie Havens, ’11, will face off against the team of Corey Shears, ’12, and Kami Forgie,...

Money behind the music – cost of concert being kept quiet

February 11, 2010

It has been a week since the M.E.C. announced that Third Eye Blind is coming to campus, and students are still talking about the concert scheduled for April 24. However, there are financial issues at hand for the school. Beca...

Health Center offering free H1N1 inoculations

February 11, 2010

By MEGAN KNOX & KRISTIN BALDWIN [email protected],[email protected] With the recent swine flu outbreak on campus last semester, students are looking for ways to escape H1N1 contraction. Allegheny’s Winslow Health Center ...

Latin Honors becomes stricter

February 10, 2010

At this year’s graduation, seniors can expect to hear a few less names with Latin honors titles attached to them due to the change in the honors system, starting with the class of 2010. The GPA requirement to graduate Cum Laude...

Processing the printer points

February 10, 2010

By BRIANA ENGLISH [email protected] Computing services has introduced a new printing points system that will provide them with statistics about energy consumption while also making it possible for students to print across...

RecycleMania kicks off

February 10, 2010

By BRITTANY BAKER [email protected] Reppin’ the environment since 2009, Allegheny’s Eco-Reps are currently working to promote the ten–week nationwide Recyclemania contest that runs from now until March 27. Recyclemania is a nationwide college...

Students chow down at Cantina

February 4, 2010

Allegheny students returning from Winter Break were met with sombrero-wearing Parkhurst employees and twinkling foil chili peppers adorning what used to be the “International Station” at McKinley’s dining hall. Now, app...

Third Eye Blind booked by M.E.C.

February 3, 2010

The Major Events Committee has announced that Third Eye Blind will be performing on campus following a student vote which chose the band as the number one choice. The band will perform on Saturday, April 24 in the Campus Center’s Schafer A...

Setting sail with the History department

February 3, 2010

The History department is offering a new three-week experiential internship course from May 15 to June 4. Sailing with a trained crew, students will eat, sleep, work and learn onboard the "Flagship Niagara," a replica of the sailing...

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