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Environmental science and studies combine majors

Dakotah Manson, News Editor April 26, 2018

Environmental science and environmental studies will no longer be two separate majors starting in the Fall of 2018. The department of environmental science and environmental studies will be joining together...

Campus holds simulation for refugee journey

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor April 19, 2018

The Global Citizen Scholars Program held its first refugee simulation in Shultz Banquet Hall on Tuesday, April 17. Allegheny Students participated in a 30 minute educational simulation that enhanced their...

Meadville City fire crews work to extinguish a fire in a garbage truck on North Main Street on Monday, March 12, 2018.

Garbage truck catches fire on North Main Street

Dakotah Manson, News Editor March 13, 2018

A garbage truck caught fire on North Main Street at approximately 11 p.m. outside of Allegheny College’s Lawrence Lee Pelletier Library. The truck driver said he noticed sparks in his mirror as a bag...

Allegheny plans to remove German major from curriculum

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor March 8, 2018

The humanities department is taking another hit at Allegheny College with the loss of the German Major after the Spring 2018 semester. In order to be mindful of the curricular areas of interest among...

Art history major to be removed from curricula

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor March 1, 2018

After the 2018 spring semester, the art history major will cease to exist at Allegheny College. In preparation for the decrease of high school graduates nationally, the college has decided to cut art...

ASG presidential, vice presidential candidates go head-to-head in general election debate

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor March 1, 2018

Passion and experience went head-to-head on Wednesday, Feb. 28, as the final candidates for the 2018 Allegheny Student Government presidential and vice presidential election participated in the General...

Allegheny creates new staffing plan

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor February 22, 2018

Provost and Dean of the College Ron Cole shared his faculty staffing plan with members of Allegheny Student Government on Tuesday, Feb. 20. As the number of students attending Allegheny decreases, the...

Love Letter event offers support to survivors of sexual assault, Title IX

Dakotah Manson, News Editor February 15, 2018

Why Not Us started Valentine’s Day off by hosting a Survivor Love Letter event in the Henderson Campus Center on Wednesday, Feb. 14. This three day event is filled with information about Title IX and...

ASG, Why Not Us event fights rape culture

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor February 8, 2018

Why Not Us and Allegheny Student Government partnered together to sponsor a pledge signing ceremony on Tuesday, Feb. 6 in the fight to end rape culture in an event held in the Henderson Campus Center lobby. “This...

Admissions stresses the importance of overnights to the Allegheny experience

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor February 1, 2018

Overnight events hosted by Allegheny College Admissions are a major reason students apply and attend to pursue their undergraduate careers at Allegheny College, according to Linda Clune, senior associate...

Foreign Service specialist holds campus talk

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor November 16, 2017

Foreign Service Specialist Dale Giovengo held a lunchtime talk on Careers in Foreign Service on Friday, Nov. 10 in Quigley Auditorium. The event was sponsored by the International Studies department, the...

Allegheny veterans club approved by ASG

Dakotah Manson, Junior News Editor November 16, 2017

Allegheny Veteran’s Service, a club sparked by similar passions and a single phone call, was approved by Allegheny Student Government on Tuesday, Nov. 14. Founded by both Jesse Tomkiewicz, ’20, and...

Court grants three-year PFA order against student

Marley Parish, Dakotah Manson, and Kelsey Evans November 9, 2017

Two first-year female students of Allegheny College requested and were granted protection from abuse orders against a first-year male student, accusing him of sexual assault. The PFA orders, which...

The flags placed by Why Not Us? to bring attention to Domestic Violence Awareness Month stand on Brooks Walk on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017.

Why Not Us promotes domestic violence awareness

Dakotah Manson, News Editor November 2, 2017

Why Not Us, a new organization on Allegheny College’s campus, kicked off its first event of the semester on Oct. 29th, titled The Red Flag Campaign. Mark Myers, ‘19 and Anna Meyer, ‘20, collaborated...

Gun violence inspires sustained dialogue club conversation

Dakotah Manson, News Editor October 26, 2017

Allegheny’s Sustained Dialogue held a panel about gun violence on Wednesday, Oct. 25 in the Pelletier Library Collaboratory. Dr. Harold “Hal” Saunders, an American diplomat who worked in a number...

The front view of Holland Hall, previously the Phi Delt Mansion. The tour was organized by the history department and the Meadville Historical Society on Sept. 22, 2017.

Allegheny’s history department holds tour of previous Phi Delt Mansion

Dakotah Manson, Contributing Writer September 28, 2017

In 1807, William Reynolds built a small but quaint house that he eventually passed off to his daughter, Frances Reynolds, as a wedding gift. The house was later placed on blocks, pulled across the street...

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