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Beef kabob, rice, pita bread, salad, and hummus were served this past Wednesday for iftar, the meal to break one’s fast.

Muslim community celebrates Ramadan on campus

May 7, 2021

Ramadan is a time of the year in which Muslims around the world partake in a month-long, sunup to sundown fast from food and water. The final 10 days of this month have religious significance, as they...

Counterclockwise from top-left: Shannon McGuinn, ’21, Austin Shaw, ’21, and Mari Casale, ’21

How seniors are ‘chomping’ the comp

April 30, 2021

The senior comprehensive project is a staple of an Allegheny education. Students dedicate a large portion of their senior year to various types of independent projects based on their areas of study. The...

Students cheer on athletes with a sign. After the fall competitive season was completely canceled, a modified spring schedule was introduced, including student attendance in the stands

Sports fans, the atmosphere return to Allegheny athletics

April 23, 2021

With spring heralding the return of athletic competitions, fans are now following suit in their return to the bleachers. Although many sports teams practiced throughout the first semester of the 2020-21...

[Video] OutLoud — Season 1, Episode 18: E-Street Eatery Review

April 9, 2021

A video review of a wrap, fries, and shake from E-Street Eatery in Meadville. Review by Jordan Greynolds, produced by Sami Mirza

The new punch-card system allows students to get food from multiple stations, rather than have to swipe from each separate station.

Students react to punch card system at Brooks

April 9, 2021

It is out with the old and in with the new at Brooks Dining Hall. After a semester and then some of students having to use a board meal swipe at each food station they order from, a new punch card system...

Clockwise from top left: Anthony Baldeosingh, ’22, Katherine Leyonmark, ’22, and Michelle Miller, ’22.

[Photo] Human interest: asking Gators what they enjoy most

March 26, 2021

Clockwise from top left: Anthony Baldeosingh, ’22, Katherine Leyonmark, ’22, and Michelle Miller, ’22.

Woodcock Creek Lake appears mostly empty, after dropping 21.5 feet last week.

Woodcock Creek Lake drains 21.5 feet in accident

March 19, 2021

One of Meadville’s top attractions, Woodcock Creek Lake, is typically home to smallmouth bass, walleye and muskies. However, the 330-acre lake has seen better days. Specifically, days when its water...

Professor Dearden conducts the Allegheny Civic Orchestra during their weekly practice in Schafer Auditorium. The orchestra is expecting to perform an outdoor concert in May.

Flexibility is music to the Allegheny Orchestra’s ears

March 12, 2021

The Allegheny College Civic Symphony faced many changes in order to continue rehearsing safely. Among those changes was the decision to only have string instruments in the orchestra this year, therefore...

COVID-19 compliance vital to return of athletics, other student activities

March 5, 2021

It has been almost a year since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization and almost nothing has been the same since then. With current cases dropping around the country, Allegheny...

Employees vaccinated, changes to functional groups

February 26, 2021

After a break from campus that rivals summer break in length, students have returned to Allegheny’s campus to complete module two of the spring semester. The college has not let their guard down with...

A long break makes for a long wait to return to campus

February 4, 2021

As students begin their eleventh week and counting of their hiatus from campus, one might be inclined to ask: how have they spent their time off?  For many, the break can be seen less as a period of...

Boom or bust: Allegheny’s first January term

January 29, 2021

The task of fitting an entire semester’s worth of learning into a window smaller than a month is a daunting task to students and professors alike. In June, Allegheny students were alerted of the school’s...

‘thank u, next’

February 14, 2019

Ariana Grande has come a long way from being a Nickelodeon star on “Victorious” and “Sam & Cat,” to becoming a mega pop star. During a time when both Nickelodeon and Disney were pushing every...

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