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Caroline Maye

Caroline Maye, Science/International Editor

Caroline Maye is a first year from Chicago, Illinois. She plans to major in Political Science or History with a minor in Journalism in the Public Interest. This is her first year on staff as a science and international writer. She is also a part of the Law and Policy program and enjoys reading and playing ping pong with friends in her free time.

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Studying 101

Caroline Maye, Science/International Editor April 21, 2023

It is just about finals season, also known as the time during which students spend two weeks trying to review four months’ worth of material. As the library begins to overflow with sleep-deprived students,...

SEA to host 11th annual Trashion Show

Caroline Maye, Science/International Editor April 8, 2023

Spring 2023 fashion prediction: Trash is the new black. As Friday, April 14, approaches, students from clubs across campus prepare to showcase their creative talents at Students for Environmental Action’s...

Allegheny students pose in front of Living Lands & Waters infamous wall of mutilated baby dolls at the end of their week of service.

Community building on the 2023 Alternative Spring Break Trip

Caroline Maye, Science/International Editor March 23, 2023

River was a haunted baby doll. Hidden among thousands of pounds of waste drifting along the shore of the Mississippi River, she had a face only a mother could love. Her dirty blonde hair was attached to...

Israeli Drone Strike

Roman Hladio and Caroline Maye February 10, 2023

Isfahan, a city in Iran, was the target of a drone attack on Saturday, Jan. 28. The attack was later confirmed to be conducted by Israel’s intelligence agency, the Mossad, according to The New York Times. The...

Kremlinology in the 21st century

Caroline Maye, Science/International Editor January 26, 2023

Putin has cancer. There is a coup planned against him. To make things worse, he is so unpopular that he cannot risk running in the next election. At least according to rumors spreading on tabloids and...

New breakthroughs in renewable energy technologies

Caroline Maye, Science/International Editor January 19, 2023

The year 2050 seems so far away. For humans, it is, but for a planet that has been around for over four and a half billion years, 2050 could not come soon enough. With climate change ravaging the planet,...

The psychology behind New Year’s resolutions

Caroline Maye, Science/International Editor January 19, 2023

A lonely pair of gym shoes rests in the back corner of the closet. Once or twice at the beginning of each year, they go out for a quick jog or a walk around the park, only to quickly return to their solitude....

Not only Christmas: Students celebrate winter holidays

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer December 11, 2022

The winter season is upon us. Michael Bublé is in the air, snow is on the ground and the smell of hot chocolate wafts outside of Grounds for Change. With winter break rapidly approaching, many students...

The now-dormant food-forest is located next to the Carrden and Carr Hall.

“Food Forest” celebrates its first harvest

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer November 18, 2022

As the year comes to an end, the “food forest” celebrates its first harvest season. What began as an idea by a motivated first-year has been cultivated into a devoted community as it grew to fruition....

Global Education restarts annual Passport Fair

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer November 11, 2022

The Global Education department is set to host its first post-pandemic Passport Fair on Nov. 16 in the Henderson Campus Center. All Allegheny students have the opportunity to apply for a passport for free,...

Students tour sustainable urban development cities

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer November 4, 2022

Allegheny students are set to explore the world’s first EcoDistrict as part of a series of sustainable urban development field trips. Allegheny’s Law and Policy program, Environmental Science and Sustainability...

Xi Jinping wins unprecedented third term in office

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer October 28, 2022

After 10 years in office, Chinese President Xi Jinping secured an unprecedented third term in office. According to Reuters, the Chinese Communist Party ended its weeklong congress on Oct. 22, making a...

Hurricane Ian second Category 4 this season

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer October 21, 2022

Hurricane Ian is tied for the fifth-strongest hurricane to land in the United States, with wind speeds of up to 150 mph. Following Hurricane Fiona, Ian is the second Category 4 hurricane to hit this season,...

Iranian protests: Fighting for women’s rights

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer October 14, 2022

On Sept. 13, Mahsa Amini, 22, was arrested in Iran for not wearing a hijab properly. Three days later, she died in police custody, sparking outrage and a series of ongoing protests about women’s rights...

Never again starts now

‘Never again’ starts now

Caroline Maye, Science/International Writer September 30, 2022

School shootings have plagued the United States since before most students on this campus were even alive. Unfortunately, most of today’s college students have never known what it was like to go to school...

Public Safety’s service vehicles are parked behind their office space in Murray Hall.

A day in the life of a Public Safety officer

Caroline Maye, Contributing Writer September 16, 2022

From supervising events to providing medical care, the Office of Public Safety does a lot to help out on campus. With responsibilities ranging from locking and unlocking all of the buildings to helping...

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