The Campus

Alana Sabol

Alana Sabol, News Editor

Alana Sabol is a junior from Erie, Pennsylvania. She is an Environmental Science and Sustainability major with a Journalism minor. This is her second year on staff, previously serving as a News Writer. Alana is also a member of the club soccer team. When she’s not writing you can find her drinking iced coffee in a sunny spot on campus or hanging out with friends and taking pictures.

All content by Alana Sabol

ASG discusses lack of storage, COVID-19 cases

November 13, 2020

Allegheny Student Government discussed lack of storage for international students and COVID-19 cases at the college during its weekly general assembly.  With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly...

“Okay Zoomer!” a performance highlighting environmental work in the community

November 6, 2020

“Okay Zoomer!” highlights environmental and social work at Allegheny College and in the Meadville community through performance, research and engagement.  According to the Allegheny College website,...

ASG incorporates blanket fund for clubs, future green box program

October 30, 2020

Allegheny Student Government announced the incorporation of a temporary blanket fund for clubs and the return of the green box program in Spring 2021. With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly...

Finance director announces club budget hearing dates

Finance director announces club budget hearing dates

October 23, 2020

Allegheny Student Government revealed the dates for budget hearings and discussed student life initiatives such as installing fire pits around campus.  With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly...

ASG meetings begin with new plans, elections

October 16, 2020

During its first two meetings, Allegheny Student Government discussed preliminary plans for the semester and began electing more cabinet members. With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly commenced...

ASG, club budget approvals delayed until mid-October

October 9, 2020

After one month into the semester, Allegheny Student Government has yet to begin regular weekly meetings and budget hearings. ASG President Abdikadir Lugundi, ’21, explained that, because senate and...

Commencement ceremony moved to November

October 9, 2020

Since the postponement of the 2020 commencement ceremony and the March ending to their senior year, graduates have needed to consider a variety of factors such as safety, value and expenses, that determine...

Students experience challenges with classroom changes

September 25, 2020

During the first weeks of the fall semester, students experienced the various changes and challenges with both online and in-person classes during the COVID-19 pandemic firsthand.  Before classes began...

Allegheny discusses compliance with health and safety guidelines

September 18, 2020

After moving in at the end of August, the campus community has had to adjust to and follow the guidelines that were outlined in the college’s plan for reopening.  The move-in process this semester...

ASG discusses elections, virtual meetings and future goals

September 11, 2020

Now that the fall semester is underway, Allegheny Student Government is preparing to elect their Cabinet and Senate members while discussing future goals for the year.  Vice President Patricia Gaxiola,...

Allegheny makes changes to classrooms to comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines, professors address technological and logistical challenges

September 4, 2020

To prepare for the fall semester, Allegheny made significant changes to how students would learn — whether they decided to return to campus or take classes remotely.  President Hilary Link outlined...

Student Art Society replaces physical art exhibition with Instagram exhibition

April 28, 2020

The Student Art Society, one of Allegheny’s student-run organizations, held an online art exhibition called “Boxxed In” on their Instagram allegheny_sas from April 2 to April 10, to support artists...

ASG persists through difficulties: helping clubs and holding small meetings

April 13, 2020

Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, Allegheny Student Government continues to guide clubs through elections and budget hearings. However, the way the members are conducting their usual tasks has changed significantly.  President...

Study abroad students return to the U.S. amidst rising COVID-19 concerns

April 4, 2020

On Friday, March 13, Allegheny College announced in an email that they are requiring students that are studying abroad in a country with a CDC Level 3 Travel Warning to return to the United States as soon...

Allegheny Student Government welcomes members of the Honor Committee to discuss the honor code at general assembly at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, in the Henderson Campus Center.

Honor Committee members discuss Honor Code with ASG

March 6, 2020

Education Chair of the Honor Committee Eli Smith, ’21, and Honor Committee member Skyler Roemele, ’22, spoke at the Allegheny Student Government General Assembly on Tuesday, March 3.   ASG welcomed...

Larry McKnight and Andy Walker discuss Meadville’s relationship with Allegheny

February 27, 2020

Deputy Mayor of Meadville Larry McKnight and City Manager Andy Walker, ’00, spoke at the Allegheny Student Government General Assembly on Tuesday, Feb. 25. ASG welcomed the speakers to Henderson Campus...

Philip Gourevitch discusses his experience reporting in Rwanda at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, in Ford Chapel.

[Photo] Gourevitch reviews Rwandan genocide

February 27, 2020

Philip Gourevitch discusses his experience reporting in Rwanda at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, in Ford Chapel.

Allegheny Student Government holds its weekly general assembly in the Henderson Campus Center lobby on at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020.

ASG discusses commencement ceremony during general assembly meeting

February 21, 2020

Announcements and discussions on future events unfolded during Allegheny Student Governments’s weekly general assembly meeting. With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly commenced with cabinet...

ASG welcomes Luteran, Van Alstyne to weekly general assembly

February 13, 2020

Director of Facilities and Recreation Jared Luteran and Director of Peak Performance and Fitness Chris Van Alstyne spoke in front of a packed Allegheny Student Government General Assembly on Tuesday, Feb....

Tensions rise as ASG discusses Wise Center modifications and security cameras

February 6, 2020

Tension rose at Allegheny Student Government’s weekly general assembly meeting when discussions about security cameras on campus and issues with the new weight room in the David V. Wise Center unfolded. With...

ASG elects new members, talks security

January 30, 2020

Discussions about sustainability and campus safety continued during Allegheny Student Government’s weekly general assembly meeting. With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly began promptly with...

Allegheny Student Government discusses the United Methodist Church resolution, along with the need for a new Director of Community Relations at General Assembly at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020, in the Henderson Campus Center lobby.

ASG passes 1906 Resolution, discusses increasing security

January 23, 2020

During the weekly Allegheny Student Government general assembly meeting, a large number of announcements were made and a discussion about campus safety was held.  Since there was not a guest speaker,...

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ rocks in unexpected way

November 8, 2018

“Bohemian Rhapsody” is for the people who only know “We Will Rock You,” and for the die-hard Queen fans too, it’s an enjoyable film regardless of familiarity with the band or not (or for fans...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The student news site of Allegheny College
Alana Sabol