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Associate Professor of Physics Jamie Lombardi explains the science of the eclipse to students, faculty and community members outside Newton Observatory on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.

Historic solar eclipse awes faculty and students

August 24, 2017

The moon’s orbit perfectly lined up between the Earth and the sun on February 26, 1979. Thirty-eight years later, August 21, 2017, the moon once more totally eclipsed the sun’s rays from the Atlantic...

Recent Allegheny graduate returns as admissions counselor

August 24, 2017

The Campus: What does it feel like to be back on Allegheny’s campus, but no longer as a student? Louis J. Fehér-Peiker: “It’s really nice, especially where I live. It’s still kind of on campus,...

Health and Wellness

April 13, 2017

When Form Meets Function, We Master Finesse “I cannot do push-ups, are you crazy?!” More often than not, I meet this reaction from clients whenever I mention push-ups in a workout. Although the push-up...

Health and Wellness

March 9, 2017

Faith, trust and protein powder: those are the ingredients required to slim down, gain muscle and look swole — or so they say. To the average  consumer, protein powder comes across as a mysterious,...

Health and Wellness

February 23, 2017

Running is discomfort. We runners might make the process look easy by confidently slipping on our shoes and hitting the road at a stride that makes us appear to be gazelles gracefully prancing across...

Health and Wellness: Motivation for Living a Healthier Lifestyle

February 9, 2017

I went to the pool a few days ago and found some of the varsity swimmers, doing a workout with what seemed like no effort at all. A runner myself, I felt out of my element, and I could not help but notice...

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