The Campus

Administrative actions with little communication, drives Allegheny into a new age of precariousness

Shane Ostrom, Junior Opinion Editor

August 30, 2018

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As we are all aware, Allegheny has been undergoing major changes. Buildings are being restored, offices are moving, retirement incentives are driving away tenured professors, President James Mullen is retiring after this academic year...

Naming children after social media

Jen Rodriguez, Senior Opinion Editor

August 23, 2018

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One of the most interesting things you can learn about yourself is what your namesake is. Finding out what or who you were named after can be a worthwhile exploration. Asking about namesakes is a super fascinating conversation ...

The state of journalism at Allegheny

Joseph Tingley, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2018

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When I first visited Allegheny, the first place I wanted to find was the newspaper office. As it happened, the door was open when I found my way to the third floor of the campus center. Inside, the then newspaper adviser Professor Cher...

Where are you spring?

Cy Perry, Junior Opinion Editor

April 26, 2018

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With less than two full weeks left in the 2018 Spring semester, the Allegheny College campus is finally feeling what spring is supposed to feel like. This past weekend, the Meadville community was blessed by sunshine and 70 d...

An editor bids farewell

Chris Brindle, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2018

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Four years is not long. Two is even shorter, and that is how long this editor has written for The Campus. Despite that short tenure, as he reflects on the time he has spent here he is confronted foremost by the importance of s...

The opportunity in Allegheny’s next president

Andrew Skelly, Class of 2014

April 19, 2018

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On Dec. 19, 2017, the Allegheny College community was stunned to learn that its beloved President James Mullen set his retirement for June 30, 2019. Sorrow struck the Allegheny community as President Mullen is so incredibly re...

State of civility in a turbulent era

Andrew Murphy, Contributing Writer

April 19, 2018

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On April 8, Jimmy Kimmel, the noted comedian and late-night talk show host, declared on his Twitter account he was ending a feud with Fox News regular Sean Hannity. According to USA Today, the Twitter feud between the two began as ...

Leaving the liberal arts tradition

Chris Brindle, Opinion Editor

April 19, 2018

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Liam Michel Photography   Words change over time, and the term liberal arts is no different. Although its origins reach back to ancient Greece, what constituted a liberal education then would not pass at an American college ...

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