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Lombardi reveals love is not found in the stars

Hannah Schaffer, Science/International Editor

February 21, 2019

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The stars aligned for some Allegheny students this year. For one night every year, Allegheny’s Astronomy Club transforms into the astrology club to help students find love. “We are the astronomy club, but around Valentine’s ...

Allegheny AERO sponsors event to teach CPR skills

Jason Ferrante, Staff Writer

February 21, 2019

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Tightness in the chest, cold sweats, fatigue and nausea — most may be able to recognize the common symptoms of a heart attack, but what to do in the event of one? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation — or CPR is the recommended ...

Sebolt, Rohaley, Krieger attend physics conference for women

Breanna Bowden, Science/International Editor

February 21, 2019

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The few the proud: Juliana Sebolt, ’20, Grace Rohaley, ’20, and Olivia Krieger, ’19. Held at 12 different locations around the United States and Canada each year, the American Physical Society Conference for Undergraduate W...

Livingston shares insight on flu season

Lauren Bodi, Contributing Writer

November 15, 2018

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Influenza packs a punch each year in the United States, but some years are much worse than others. With an estimated number of 80,000 flu related deaths, 2017 happened to be one of those years. It is that time of year again: flu...

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...

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