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Class project embarks to assist refugee population

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer April 21, 2016

A box of notebooks, pencils and other school supplies donated by Allegheny College students will be given to the International Institute of Erie as part of a project for a global health transitions class....

Exploring Bosnia

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer April 7, 2016

More than 30 Allegheny students travelled to the Bosnian Islamic Cultural Center in Erie on Saturday, April 2. The trip was headed by Younus Mirza, assistant professor of religious studies, and was mostly...

Roundtable discusses immigration policy and regional development

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer April 7, 2016

The Allegheny College Center of Business and Economics held its 15th annual Executive Roundtable in Ford Chapel on Monday, April 4, 2016. The panel was composed of local area experts and Allegheny alumni....

Global Crossroads aims to develop internationalization

Dalton Finnell, Staff Writer March 10, 2016

Allegheny College faculty and staff came together in 2010 to decide on how to improve the institution with a strategic plan called Combinations 2020. According to the plan, global and local diversity needed...

GFC discussion spurs opposition towards death penalty

Dalton Finnell and Michael Ross February 25, 2016

Governor Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania placed a moratorium on the death penalty for the duration of his time in office. This act was enacted on March 4, 2015, the day of a planned execution. The temporary prohibition...

Peer mentoring offers remedies for culture shock

Dalton Finnell, Contributing Writer February 25, 2016

Allegheny College’s International Education Office launched a new Culture 2 Culture Peer Mentoring Program in fall 2015. This program was created to help incoming international students adjust to the...

Hannah Firestone, ‘19, decorates one of the paper lanterns available on the many tables set up for the Chinese Lantern Festival in the Campus Center lobby on Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016.

Lantern Festival floats into campus culture

Dalton Finnell, Contributing Writer February 25, 2016

The Lantern Festival was once celebrated only in Chinese culture when it was first established more than 2,000 years ago. The event traditionally ends the Chinese New Year period and this year the festival...

The Office of Student Involvement partnered with the Wellness Institute and created a controversial display about the dangers of recreational drug abuse. After student outcry on social media, the display was removed on Jan. 24, 2016, just two days after it was put up.

Active Minds responds to controversial drug display

Dalton Finnell, Contributing Writer February 4, 2016

The Office of Student Involvement partnered with the Wellness Institute and created an informative display about commonly abused drugs on college campuses on Jan. 22, 2016. The display covered drugs including...

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