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Eylie Buehler, Features Editor

Eylie is a senior and is a communication arts major and journalism minor. This is her third year on the paper and she is also a member of Delta Delta Delta Women's Fraternity and is the Delta Tau Delta Iris. She's slightly obsessed with cheese, anything Taco Bell, Birkenstocks, coloring outside the lines, giraffes, tie-dye and being on the paper. In her spare time she likes to cuddle with her dog, Fairess Buehler and binge-watch The Food Network. She's loud and proud and likes to throw down. If you see her around campus she's probably aggressively tweeting, aggressively dancing or pretending she can rap. #DontChange #Newspaper #TheCampus #HashTag

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Allegheny provides information for NCAA concussion investigation

Eylie Buehler, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2017

Allegheny College was contacted in order to provide “directory-type” information for student athletes who participate in an NCAA sport in order to aid a court case into the investigation of student-athlete...

Protesters hold signs as they march on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Friday, Jan. 21, 2017, as part of the Women’s March on Washington.

Allegheny participates in worldwide women’s march

Steven Heine, Eylie Buehler, and Joseph Tingley January 26, 2017

Faculty, students join protesters in nation’s capital WASHINGTON—Allegheny College students, faculty and staff joined thousands of people from across the United States for the Women’s March on Washington...

Ultimate frisbee club hopeful for a winning spring season

Eylie Buehler, Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2016

Ultimate frisbee is one of the fastest growing sports in the country, according to Matt Groat, ’17, one of the two captains of the Allegheny club team this semester. Groat said the team practices two...

Gator football looks to find success in homecoming game

Eylie Buehler, Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2016

The Gator football team fell to Kenyon College on Saturday, Sept. 24 with a final score of 31-7. Head Coach B.J. Hammer said the team has a lot of room for improvement based on their recent game day play. ...

Meadville residents, Britani Ditch, Hilario Segarra and Sambrita Mally arrange flowers at the market on Brooks lawn before the DeHart Local Foods Dinner hosted in Schultz Banquet Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. Local farms provided fruits, vegetables and other foods that were served at the dinner.

DeHart dishes out at local foods dinner

Eylie Buehler, Editor-in-chief September 22, 2016

The 14th annual DeHart Local Food Market and Dinner took place on Wednesday, Sept. 21.  This local foods market was held in Brooks circle and moved to Schultz Banquet Hall for the dinner portion of the...

Editorial: Staff members must be able to trust each other

Angela Mauroni and Eylie Buehler July 30, 2016

The Campus may be a student newspaper, but it no doubt faces some similar challenges to local and national newspapers. One of such challenges is that of covering hard news, difficult news. From accidents...

Peter Pan, played by Luke Davis, ’16, and the Lost Boys rejoice for their new mother Wendy, played by Emily Wilson, ’19, at dress rehearsal on Wednesday, April 20, 2016.

‘Peter Pan and Wendy’ move to Neverland

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor April 21, 2016

The Playshop Theatre held its first spring performance of “Peter Pan and Wendy” on Thursday, April 21 and will continue on Friday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gladys Mullenix Black Theatre in the...

Owners Michael Reed and Tonya Gregory laugh while pausing for a photo behind the counter of their new cafe.

[Photo] Drogo N’ Tuck Artisan Cafe

Rebecca Fox, Contributing Writer March 3, 2016

Owners Michael Reed and Tonya Gregory laugh while pausing for a photo behind the counter of their new cafe.

Maggie Dugan, ’18, paints the face of Elsie Hendricks, ’18, during Karneval on Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016. Both students studied abroad in Cologne, Germany last semester and experienced Karneval in the city.

German house hosts Karneval

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor February 18, 2016

Allegheny hosted a German Karneval on Thursday Feb. 18 in honor of a similar celebration that will be taking place overseas. According to German Karneval is the German version...

Off-campus housing curtailment causes anxiety as room draw nears

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor February 11, 2016

I will be a senior next year: a big, bad, nothing-can-touch-me, have-my-entire-life-ahead-of-me, seeking-new-opportunities senior. Senior year is a year to practice “adulting” as much as one can before...

Christine McGrath, ’17, and Matt Lis, ’18, rehearse a scene for “August: Osage County” on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015.

Mature content poses challenge for S.E.T.

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor November 12, 2015

Student Experimental Theatre will present its first full length play of the fall semester, a production of “August: Osage County.” The play will be showing on Friday, Nov. 13 and Saturday, Nov. 14...

Veterans reflect on those who have served

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor November 5, 2015

Alexis Hart, English professor and Navy veteran, said that Veterans Day is a time of reflection for both those who have served our country and for others to show their respect for U.S. veterans. Hart...

Allegheny campus lacks traffic safety measures

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor November 5, 2015

Traffic safety is something that our parents lectured us about when we finally became old enough to cross the street to school by ourselves.  As we get older it seems to become less threatening. Hannah...

Hello from the other side

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor October 29, 2015

Hello, and welcome back Adele. After a three-year hiatus from the industry the U.K. singing sensation came back stronger than ever with her new single “Hello” and an album titled “25” set to come...

In the campus center lobby on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015, Queers and Allies hosted an event where people could come out by walking out through a set of rainbow doors.

Coming Out Week fosters safe space for LGBT community

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor October 22, 2015

Queers and Allies hosted a week dedicated to the safety and comfort of students on campus and to celebrate the stories of the Allegheny LGBT community.  Coming Out Week ran from Wednesday, Oct. 14 through...

Nancy Schultz, a Meadville resident, sells create-your-own bouquets of flowers on Brooks Walk at the annual DeHart Local Foods Market on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015.

DeHart Local Foods Dinner honors late professor

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor October 1, 2015

Allegheny hosted its 13th annual DeHart Local Foods Market and Dinner on Thursday, Oct. 1. The market and dinner is held in honor of and named after Jennifer DeHart, a professor in the environmental science...

Sarah Swartz, ’16, serves the ball during the match against The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015. The Gators won 3-2 against the Panthers.

Women’s volleyball at 9-4 this season

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor September 24, 2015

The Allegheny women’s volleyball team is almost halfway through its season and have just begun tournament play with a record of 9-4. Head Coach Bridget Sheehan said that at the tournament last weekend,...

Steve Prince, designer of the project and assistant art professor at Allegheny, rolls part of the giant wooden zipper stamp with ink before it is steamrolled for a print.

The Big Zipper Project

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor September 17, 2015

Steve Prince, assistant professor of art, designed and coordinated an event to bring together the Meadville and Allegheny College communities. Prince came up with the idea of creating a giant wooden zipper...

Home and place will be explored artistically in 8 Hour Art Project

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor September 3, 2015

The Doane Hall of Art will host several artists both from the college and from the surrounding area to participate in their annual 8 Hour Art Projects on Sept. 5 from 9 a.m to 6 p.m. Heather Brand,...

The Student Job Fair took place in the Campus Center on Sept. 2.  Many organizations on campus that still need student workers set up tables and gave out information.

Job fair connects students with off-campus opportunities

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor September 3, 2015

The Allegheny Gateway hosted the second annual student job fair in the Campus Center on Wednesday, Sept. 2. Each year students are invited to visit several campus and Meadville organizations that offer...

Allegheny ranked one of top Liberal Arts Colleges

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor August 27, 2015

For the past several years Allegheny College has been ranked among some of the most outstanding schools in the country. This year Allegheny was listed in the The Princeton Review’s “The Best 380 Colleges...

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

[Photo] Student involvement fair offers new experiences

Chloe Kedziora, Junior Features Editor August 27, 2015

Vicquaja Mangal ’19 signs up for Union Latina and talks with club member Josh Patton ’18.

Scholarship welcomes three new recipients to Allegheny

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor August 20, 2015

Every year the Allegheny College Association presents the Nancy Sheridan ACA Continuing Education Scholarship to women belonging to the Meadville and surrounding communities. This year there are three...

Eylie Buehler, Opinion Editor April 23, 2015

The Allegheny College Playshop Theatre premiered their final production of the school year yesterday. They performed Caryl Churchill’s rewrite of August Strindberg’s “A Dream Play.” Lizzie...

M. Soledad Caballero, associate professor of English, spoke to students, faculty and members of the Meadville community about conceptualizations of masculinity and the dynamics between Britain and South America  in the Campus Center on April 15, 2015.

Professor examines colonialism’s influence

Eylie Buehler, Opinion Editor April 21, 2015

Soledad Caballero, an associate professor of English, held a faculty talk on Wed. April, 15 in the Campus Center to talk about the conceptualizations of masculinity and dynamics between Britain and South...

Student believes sexual assault on campus remains an unaddressed issue

Eylie Buehler, Opinion Editor April 10, 2015

When I transferred to Allegheny, I had no idea of the number of sexual assaults that occurred on campus, or at any college for that matter. Parents and family members feel safe sending their kids to Allegheny...

Allegheny to host national conference

Eylie Buehler, Opinion Editor April 9, 2015

The Department of Political Science, the Department of Economics and the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, and the Center for Political Participation will be hosting a conference on Friday,...

JaDE performers practice their dance for the benefit concert this Saturday March 28 at 7 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium. It is the 8th annual concert benefiting  the Crawford County Special Olympics.

Allegheny dance club gives concert to benefit Special Olympics

Eylie Buehler, Junior Features Editor March 26, 2015

The Allegheny Jazz and Dance Ensemble will perform their 8th annual spring benefit concert on Saturday March 28 at 7 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium. The money raised at the concert will go to the Crawford...

Actors bring to life the play directed by Peter Bergman, ’15, in the Little Theater in Arter Hall this weekend. S.E.T. will perform on March 7 at 8 p.m. and March 8 at 2:30 p.m.

‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead’ debut

Eylie Buehler, Junior Features Editor March 5, 2015

Allegheny’s Student Experimental Theater will be putting on a production of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” on Saturday March 7 at 8 p.m. and Sunday March 8 at 2:30 p.m. in the Little Theater...

 A.J. Long, ’15, Chris Schuchert, ’15, and Sean McClain, ’18,  argue during the first act of the play, “Clybourne Park,” which opens this weekend.

‘Clybourne Park’: civil rights takes center stage

Eylie Buehler, Junior Features Editor February 26, 2015

Allegheny’s Playshop Theater will debut its spring production of Bruce Norris’ “Clybourne Park” this weekend in Gladys Mullenix Black Theatre in the Vukovich Center. There will be four performances...

Tim Dikec, ’16, performs a song for the APO and FIJI’s Valentine’s Day Auction on Wednsday, Feb. 19. Students who were auctioned offered to do chores including dishes and shoveling snow.

APO and FIJI partner to increase the proceeds for charity

Eylie Buehler, Junior Features Editor February 21, 2015

Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity and Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity teamed up for FIJI’s annual Valentine’s Day Auction on Wednesday, Feb. 19. The two Greek organizations decided to come together...

History faculty candidates visit campus

Eylie Buehler, Junior Features Editor January 29, 2015

Allegheny will be hosting three candidates for a full-time faculty to come to campus and give a presentation on their main focus of study before choosing a professor to join the history department. Kalè...

Men’s and women’s track and field teams look back on last season and plans for the season ahead

Eylie Buehler, Junior Features Editor January 29, 2015

Allegheny Men’s and Women’s Track and Field spring season has officially begun. Taylor Throckmorton, assistant coach, along with multiple members of the team believe this season will prove to be...

Men’s and women’s swimming and diving prepares for invite weekend

Eylie Buehler, Staff Writer December 4, 2014

The Allegheny men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will head to the three-day Blue Devil Invitational in New York to compete in their first dual meet of the season. The upcoming meet will prepare...

Students call Allegheny home for break

Eylie Buehler, Megan Kelly, Nia Shuler, and Rachel Wang November 21, 2014

Mi Huang, ’15, an international student from China, will not be going home for Thanksgiving. This holiday break, Huang plans to relax and hopes to catch up on schoolwork before finals. While Huang does...

Allegheny College College Playshop Theatre opens their fall 2014-2015 season with “A Flea in Her Ear,” directed by Mark Cosdon. The play is a new version of Georges Feydeau’s Farce by David Ives and is set in in early 1970s Paris.

Allegheny College Playshop Theatre begins its 85th season

Eylie Buehler, Contributing Writer November 13, 2014

Allegheny’s Playshop Theatre gave the opening performance of their fall production of  “A Flea in Her Ear.” This year’s play was chosen and directed by Mark Cosdon of the communication arts...

Allegheny students need Gator Day

EYLIE BUEHLER, Contributing writer November 6, 2014

Gator Day was created in order to prepare students for their future. According to the Allegheny website, Gator Days are a chance for the Gator community to explore interests they may not have had the opportunity...

Equestrian club places in top four at competitions, prepares for future

Eylie Buehler, Staff Writer November 6, 2014

The Allegheny equestrian team has participated in five competitions so far this season and remained in third or fourth place at each show. Two more shows remain in their fall season. The team plans...

Swim team looks forward to 2014-2015 season

Eylie Buehler, Staff Writer October 30, 2014

The Allegheny College Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving Team’s season is approaching as they try to prepare for the obstacles and successes this year will bring. This year’s women’s team is...

Annual Orchesis program will showcase student creativity

Eylie Buehler, Contributing Writer October 17, 2014

Every year for over 30 years, the student body looks forward to Allegheny’s student produced dance performance, Orchesis. Orchesis is a student-run organization that puts on an annual dance show for...

Ron Olson, ‘86, pictured with Cam Olson, ‘15. R. Olson played football during his time at Allegheny and C, Olson plays soccer now.

Legacy athlete: Cam Olson

Eylie Buehler, Staff Writer October 2, 2014

Cam Olson, ’15, is a returning soccer player and captain on the Allegheny Men’s Soccer Team. Many know of Cam Olson’s accomplishments on the soccer team while he has played at Allegheny, but not...

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