The Campus

Double fault: Williams and the U.S. Open

Sam Dunham, Contributing Writer

September 20, 2018

As a fan of tennis, and an even bigger fan of the queen herself, I am as disappointed as anyone. The recent controversy surrounding the U.S. Open Grand Slam match between Williams and newcomer Naomi Osaka has, in typical 21st ...

Williams and the U.S. Open

Williams and the U.S. Open

September 20, 2018

Climate change is still an issue, even at Allegheny College

Cam Neiblum, Contributing Writer

September 20, 2018

The driving instructor, Greg Atkins, slurped down his iced coffee while the sweat on his forehead imitated the misty droplets on the plastic cup. Though the air conditioner was on, it seemed its only purpose was to circulate heat as...

The crisis of America

Alex Weidenhof, News Writer

September 13, 2018

The United States is in the midst of three separate — but not wholly discrete — constitutional crises. One crisis, perhaps the most obvious and largest, was something neither members of the Constitutional Convention nor a...

Rotten Tomatoes hopes to gain diversity with new critics

Jen Rodriguez, Senior Opinion Editor

September 6, 2018

Over the past couple years, more attention has been given to the lack of diversity in the film industry. The lack of diverse film leads have skewed films from reality and have created a void of representation for general audie...

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

Shane Ostrom, Junior Opinion Editor

August 30, 2018

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...

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