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Allegheny hires new professors in biology, psychology, global health

Hannah Schaffer, Science/International Editor

October 18, 2018

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Allegheny’s campus has seen many renovations this fall — some more noticeable than others. While many have noticed the major renovations to Bentley Hall and the location changes of many of the college’s offices, students may ...

College makes strides to accomplish 2020 neutrality goal

Hannah Schaffer, Science/International Editor

September 20, 2018

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Allegheny College encourages its students to actively promote sustainability — through campus rain gardens, environmental community art, a comprehensive composting program, a green roof, LEED certified buildings, geoexchang...

Coates retires after more than 26 years of teaching at Allegheny

Hannah Schaffer, Science/International Editor

September 6, 2018

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Lee Coates retired from Allegheny College last year after serving as a professor of biology, neuroscience and global health studies since 1992. Coates spent two years at Bucks County Community College in Bucks County, P...

Lyrid meteor shower visibility to peak over weekend

Ellis Giacomelli, Science/International Editor

April 19, 2018

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Shooting stars evoke a sense of magic, a sense of wonder and are often wished upon by hopeful dreamers. When one wishes upon a shooting star, they are wishing upon a meteor. Before a meteor is ever wished upon, though, it originates...

A look inside: Allegheny Information Technology

Olivia Blakeslee, Junior Science/International Editor

April 19, 2018

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A recent campus-wide issue with Apple devices challenged the IT department following an update that caused a disconnect between Apple devices and the college’s wireless system. Many of the college’s 1,931 students, as well as...

Expert witness in PA gerrymandering case visits campus

Ellis Giacomelli, Science/International Editor

April 5, 2018

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Wesley Pegden, assistant professor of mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, spoke to approximately 30 Allegheny faculty and students on Thursday, March 29, at 4 p.m. in Quigley Hall Auditorium. Pegden’s pr...

Berry film poetically documents industrialization of agriculture

Kylie Wirebach, Contributing Writer

March 1, 2018

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The Foundation for Sustainable Forests, in partnership with the French Creek Valley Conservancy and Allegheny College, hosted its first installment of this year’s “Our Woods & Waters Film Series” at 7 p.m. on Friday,...

A love story: Explicable systems, inexplicable feelings

Ellis Giacomelli and Olivia Blakeslee

February 15, 2018

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Mystery chocolates disgust or delight, roses dance across the country and drug store shelves are ravaged for cards containing strangers’ poetry. Together, these breed a frenzied phenomenon — Valentine’s Day. American consumers...

Recycling: Global markets, local efforts

Ellis Giacomelli, Science/International Editor

February 1, 2018

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A can resting in an otherwise empty blue recycling bin must feel lonely. As the can ponders its existence and recalls being the chosen beverage among a sea of other brightly colored cans, others gather in the blue bin — some pla...

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