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Physical plant considers new laundry machine options for residence halls

April 21, 2016

Allegheny College holds a lease with ASI Laundry that expires this year, and the college has received proposals from three companies, ASI Laundry, all Laundry, and Caldwell & Gregory, to lease new...

‘A Rape on Campus’ clouds conversations

April 14, 2016

Rolling Stone magazine published an article, titled “A Rape on Campus,” about a rape case at the University of Virginia in November 2014. The story saw massive readership. However, as the reporter...

That escalated quickly: federal program arms cops as soldiers

April 7, 2016

The 1033 program has served United States police departments in one form or another since the early 1990’s. The purpose of this program is to provide military-grade resources to police departments,...

Sims-Medley plans Rainbow Research Celebration

March 3, 2016

The Rainbow Research Celebration will be held in the Tippie Alumni Center on April 22, sponsored in part by the Center for Intercultural Advancement and Student Success. The event will showcase faculty...

GFC discussion spurs opposition towards death penalty

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...

Why we deal with primaries and caucuses

February 18, 2016

Thus far we have experienced the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, with the Nevada (D) caucus and South Carolina (R) primary to follow on Saturday, Feb. 20. The primary election serves to nominate...

‘Making a Murderer’ makes a mess

February 4, 2016

The city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin occupies just a shade under 18 square miles of the United States’ almost 4 million. Its long-held claim to fame is that it is the birthplace of the ice cream sundae,...

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