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Jinjer reaches for international crowd with new album

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor November 14, 2019

Ukranian heavy metal band Jinjer has stepped onto the international stage as one of the newest up and coming bands in the genre. Coming from Donetsk, Ukraine, Jinjer formed in 2009 but the band said it...

SuperM tops Billboard charts with ‘The 1st Mini Album’

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor October 24, 2019

Korean pop group SuperM, which formed in 2019,  released their debut album on Oct. 4, titled “The 1st Mini Album.” The SM Entertainment and Capital Music Group signed band is composed of members of...

Zac Brown Band album gives country genre modern twist

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor October 3, 2019

As another week passes, more music is released to the public, which means the Billboard top 200 could have some changes. Recently, Zac Brown Band’s new album, “The Owl,” has risen to second place...

Loss of innocence made funny in ‘Good Boys’

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor September 26, 2019

Various movies depict the struggles of growing up in this crazy world, and recently, there is another movie to add to that list. “Good Boys,” directed by Gene Stupnitsky, brandishes this theme by offering...

Tool’s album hits Billboard 200, showcases talent

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor September 19, 2019

On the Billboard Top 200, an unlikely guest has swooped in and has been at the top spot since their new album’s debut on Aug. 30. The progressive rock band Tool released their newest creation, “Fear...

Album ‘We Are Not Your Kind’ tops the chart

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor August 30, 2019

A new album jumped through the Billboard 200 to the first slot in August. Slipknot’s “We Are Not Your Kind,” released Aug. 9, caught attention from the public and became the band’s third consecutive...

Allegheny offices bring new faculty, employees for upcoming year

Cody Baumeister, Features Editor August 23, 2019

A new academic year is on the horizon, and with it comes new Allegheny College employees. The offices of Athletics and Recreation, Residence Life, Admissions and the Allegheny Gateway will all have new...

Professor Eric Boynton

Professor Boynton leaves Allegheny to become provost of Beloit College

Cody Baumeister, News Editor April 25, 2019

As another academic year passes, Allegheny College is expected to change in preparation for the 2019-20 school year — the college will bid farewell to Eric Boynton, professor and chair of philosophy...

Allegheny College increases tuition by three percent for the upcoming year

Cody Baumeister, News Editor April 4, 2019

While students continue to struggle to pay for higher education, schools across the United States are raising tuitions again as the 2019-20 school year approaches. Allegheny College is among those schools...

Jabriya Hester, ’21, Taylor Marzouca, ’21, Jason Ferrante, ’20, and Elyse Cinquino, ’20, participate in the annual Allegheny Student Government presidential and vice presidential candidate debate in the Henderson Campus Center lobby on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019.

Head to head

Cody Baumeister, News Editor February 28, 2019

The Henderson Campus Center was host to the 2019 Allegheny Student Government presidential and vice presidential general election debate on Tuesday, Feb. 26. The debate was held between presidential candidate...

IDEAS center renovations put more thought into student needs

Cody Baumeister, News Editor February 14, 2019

Renovations to the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access and Social Justice Center have been completed, giving students better access to services provided. The increase in floor space and the addition...

Students feel government shutdown’s consequences

Cody Baumeister, News Editor February 7, 2019

As colleges continue to raise tuition, paying for higher education is getting more difficult. This has led students to look for aid in order to finance their educations. However, the recent United States...

Dodge kicks off spring faculty lecture series

Cody Baumeister, News Editor January 24, 2019

As the spring 2019 semester begins, with it comes the Karl W. Weiss, ’87, Faculty Lecture Series. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Craig Dodge delivered a lecture titled “What I Learned From the...

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