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Campus protests should not be overlooked or underestimated

Lisa Hageneier, Staff Writer December 3, 2015

The recent demonstrations in Missouri against racism lead to an interesting social movement on United States college campuses. Students all over the country start questioning their school’s policies...

Jim Hollermann, professor of mathematics, and Chris Schuchert, ’16, perform a scene together in dress rehearsal on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015.

[Photo] ‘A Life of Galileo’

Lisa Hageneier, Staff Writer November 19, 2015

The cast of “A Life of Galileo” prepares for opening night of the production on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015.

Nicky Beer and Brian Barker hold a book signing after a poetry reading in Tippie Alumni Center on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015.

Single Voice Reading Series hosts poetry duo

Lisa Hageneier, Staff Writer November 5, 2015

The English department invited the poets Brian Barker and Nicky Beer to share their poetry at the Single Voice Reading at Tippie Alumni Center at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015. They presented several...

Advisers stress the importance of experience

Lisa Hageneier, Staff Writer October 29, 2015

Science majors at Allegheny College are offered a wide range of opportunities to gain experience as undergraduates. Various postgraduate fields require experience either through research or internships...

Swimming and diving teams begin season against Grove City College

Lisa Hageneier, Staff Writer October 29, 2015

The Allegheny men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams opened the 2015-16 season against Grove City College on Saturday, Oct. 24. The men won 149.5-129.5, while the women lost 156-137. The team...

Hageneier in Pittsburgh over Fall break.

German exchange student conquers Allegheny

Lisa Hageneier, Campus Blogger October 22, 2015

When I first applied to come to Allegheny about a year ago I was more than excited to hop across the big pond and experience life in America. I would describe myself as adventurous, curious and...

Students and Meadville community members gather around a tea table and enjoy authentic Middle Eastern food.

[Photo] Campus celebrates traditional Muslim holiday, untraditionally

Meaghan Wilby, Science/International Editor October 1, 2015

Natali Salaytah, ’19, performs a traditional Muslim belly dance at the Eid al Adha dinner on Oct. 1, 2015.

Fraternity and sorority members gather for a group picture on Brooks Walk at spring Run Out in 2015.

Greek Life presents new members at Run-Out

Lisa Hageneier, Contributing Writer September 17, 2015

In search of new members, sororities and fraternities on campus will celebrate their traditional Bid Day on Saturday, Sept. 19. Greek Life chapters will go around dorms and extend bids to new members...

Joe Bruch, ’17, and the other members of the “(Ghost) Light” perform during dress rehearsal on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015.  The students participating in the show started preparing for it several weeks before the entire student body returned to campus.

Playshop Theatre opens season with ‘(Ghost) Light’

Lisa Hageneier, Contributing Writer September 10, 2015

The Playshop Theatre celebrated the opening of its 86th season with the stage premiere of “(Ghost) Light” on Thursday, Sept. 10. Starting with extensive summer research back in fall 2013 the company...

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