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Bee research progresses, new questions emerge

Tyler Stigall, Science and International Editor

November 18, 2016

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With boxes of bees in hand, Paige Hickman, ’17, paid a second visit to Sam Droege, wildlife biologist, at the USGS Bee Identification and Monitoring Lab in Beltsville, Maryland as part of research they began at Allegheny Colleg...

Mobile market brings produce to Meadville

Arianna O'Connell, Contributing Writer

September 15, 2016

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A new pilot program known as the Mobile Market is taking off in downtown Meadville. The program is spearheaded by Director of the Community Wellness Initiative and the Carrden Kerstin Martin. This Wednesday marked the fourth wee...

2020: the year Allegheny achieves climate neutrality

Tyler Stigall, Science and International Editor

September 15, 2016

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Under President Richard Cook in 2007, Allegheny College signed the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment, overseen by the nonprofit organization Second Nature. The goal was set for the college to ac...

Creek Connections holds annual research symposium

Meaghan Wilby, Science/International Editor

April 29, 2016

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Allegheny College’s Creek Connections hosts its 21st student research symposium in the lobby of the Henderson Campus Center on Friday, April 29. This is the second symposium of the year where participating schools come and ...

‘We have lost the art of dying’

Tyler Stigall, Opinion Editor

March 3, 2016

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Daniel Hall, associate professor of surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, delivered the 11th annual Lehman Ethics Lecture this Wednesday, Feb. 24 at the Quigley Hall auditorium. His chosen subject for the lecture was the art o...

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