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Chloe Kedziora, Junior Features Editor

Chloe is a senior, majoring in English with a minor in journalism. This is her second year working with The Campus. She is a member of the women's lacrosse team, a sister of Delta Delta Delta and works at Conference and Events Services. She is obsessed with her dogs and food, which are the main focuses of her Instagram account and train of thought. Chloe also enjoys glitter, knitting, starry nights, shirts with animals on them and is infatuated with Toms, Sperry's and Birkenstocks. If the English major does not end up working post grad, a profession in make up art and hair styling will be in the near future for this woman.

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New, local cafe becomes go-to coffee shop

February 25, 2016

The next time you visit The Market Grille, you will see a sign on the left door advertising Drogo and Tuck Artisan Cafe entrance. The cafe is a new addition to the Meadville Market House. The long dark...

The King continues to rule Broadway stage

January 28, 2016

Disney’s “The Lion King” returned to Chicago Dec. 2, 2015 at the Cadillac Palace ready to impress. Over winter break, I was able to see the production at the same venue that I had seen it 13 years...

Celebration of life and loss in transgender community

November 19, 2015

Transgender Day of Remembrance raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people. The actual day of the remembrance is Friday, Nov. 20, but Allegheny will be recognizing the day on Saturday,...

Broadway dazzles in NYC

November 5, 2015

I had the opportunity to see a Broadway show this past parent’s weekend in New York City. My family and I saw “Finding Neverland” and we were impressed by the energetic production. Personally, “Finding...

Patty Ann Catilina, a server, cleans up leftover food from a buffet at Brooks Dining Hall after the dinner rush on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.

Behind the scenes at Parkhurst Dining

October 29, 2015

Parkhurst Dining Services offers students a wide range of themed-dining experiences about once a month throughout the academic year. The staff strives to provide a variety of choices aside from daily options. Lori...

Willkommen zum Oktoberfest

October 22, 2015

Oktoberfest is a traditional autumn festival that is held in Munich, Germany. The popularity of the holiday spurred the creation of similar celebrations around the world. Allegheny will host it’s own...

Steve Prince, art professor, crosshatches a print in his third 8 Hour Project. He wanted to focus on our current place in history through his art.

[Photo] 8 Hour Art Streak

September 10, 2015

Steve Prince, art professor, crosshatches a print in his third 8 Hour Project. He wanted to focus on our current place in history through his art.

Film reveals grief and loss after Katrina

September 3, 2015

Campus: How would you describe your piece to the public? Valerie Sweeney Prince: It’s a short documentary I made just after Katrina. I think most of the filming I did around New Years Day in 2006....

Clubs and student organizations lined the gator quad during the involvement fair on Thursday Aug. 27.

Student involvement fair offers new experiences

August 27, 2015

On Thursday, Aug. 27 at 5 p.m., 108 organizations gathered on the Gator quad for the Student Involvement Fair. Gina Panzetta, secretary of the Office of Student Involvement, described the event outside...

Matriculation will introduce first years to Gator Community

August 20, 2015

Orientation for the incoming class of 2019 is filled with organized events and informational sessions geared towards showing the students what Allegheny has to offer students throughout their career. The...

Women’s softball prepares for first game of 2015 season

January 29, 2015

Monday, Jan. 26 marked the beginning of Allegheny’s women’s softball season. The women are practicing indoors at the Wise Center due to winter weather conditions. The Gators are preparing for their...

Jimmy Lasher from men’s golf named SAAC Athlete of the Month for October

November 6, 2014

The Campus: How does it feel to have been named Allegheny Male Athlete of October by Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)? Jimmy Lasher: It feels great. I know one of my teammates, Jesse Clemente...

Gabby Curtis from women’s soccer named SAAC Athlete of the Month for October

November 6, 2014

The Campus: How does it feel to have been named Allegheny Female Athlete of October by Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)? Gabby Curtis: It was a really great honor, but the credit really goes...

NCAC Runner of the Week: Logan Steiner

September 25, 2014

The Campus: How does it feel to have been named Allegheny Male Athlete of the Week and Allegheny Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Athlete of the Month? Logan Steiner: It’s pretty good...to...

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