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Mo Mansour

Mo Mansour, Features Editor

Mo is a sophomore from Columbus, Ohio. He is majoring in English and possibly minoring in JPI and/or Political Science. He is the Features Editor and this is his first semester on staff but second semester writing for The Campus. In his free time he likes reading, writing, practicing guitar, and making Roman's life as difficult as possible.

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Pittsburgh  folk group ventures to Meadville

Pittsburgh folk group ventures to Meadville

November 11, 2021

For a long time America has been called the “The Great Melting Pot,” a nickname that has fallen out of style in recent years with the implication being all the unique and diverse cultures are assimilated...

Faculty members’ children participate in vaccine study

November 4, 2021

The US Food and Drug Administration approved an Emergency Use Authorization of vaccines for COVID-19 in December 2020, with the most vulnerable — the elderly and the immunocompromised — being the first...

Summer on the Cuyahoga internship accepting students

October 28, 2021

372,624 people call Cleveland, Ohio home, making it the 54th most populous city in the United States. It hosts a variety of attractions including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Museum of...

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This chalk message advocating against faculty layoffs sits outside Steffee Hall of Life Sciences.

Confusion grows over cuts

October 22, 2021

All across campus a quiet buzz can be heard; chalk lettering on every corner of campus, questions and queries pushed around from student to student. The questions vary in tone and diction but the denotation...

Photo courtesy of Allegheny Donuts
Samuel Goodwin, ’25, gets a donut from Allegheny Donuts at the National Coming Out Day event on Oct. 11.

Bringing donuts and smiles

October 14, 2021

There are few things that are better than a free donut in the eyes of the broke, stressed and hungry college student, though free donuts as well as dogs may be one of them. The Allegheny College community...

Various artworks by Trisha Holt including the Impossible Collection of the New and Hold Still which are on display currently.

Art gallery opens second exhibition: ‘Prune After Bloom’

October 1, 2021

In 2004, Martha Stewart was convicted of felony charges of conspiracy, obstruction of an agency proceeding and making false statements to federal investigators, which resulted in her being incarcerated...

Via: Merrick Archives Digital Images Collection
Hulings Hall, as seen here in 1881, was constructed in 1871 as the first residence hall for women on campus.

The Allegheny Penny Dreadfuls

October 1, 2021

Between the old buildings and even older traditions, Allegheny’s long history has generated its fair share of myths and legends. There are the classics — the likes of William McKinley’s infamous...

Thebar at the Sycamore in Reis Hall featured several varieties of beer and wine for students older than 21 and faculty and staff members on Friday, Sept. 17. The Sycamore will open once per month.

Pop-up pub opens in Reis Hall, offers food and alcohol

September 24, 2021

“Legend has it that Timothy Alden himself planted the great sycamore in front of Bentley Hall in 1822 under the classical belief that certain trees planted at the southwest corner of a building would...

Tom Flynn talks writing process

Tom Flynn talks writing process

September 17, 2021

“I don’t plan to write another one,” Tom Flynn said on the evening of Sept. 13, two days after the 20th anniversary of the event which was the subject of his apparently first and last work of epic...

The performers of ‘Bikeman’ look on during dress rehearsal on Wednesday, Sept. 8. ‘Bikeman’ opens this weekend.

‘Bikeman’ returns, tells a cyclist’s harrowing 9/11 story

September 10, 2021

For the 20th anniversary of 9/11 the Playshop Theatre is staging a production of “Bikeman,” a play that remembers and recounts in poetic precision that September morning. It returns for the first time...

Wizards among muggles

Wizards among muggles

September 2, 2021

Harry Potter is the best selling book series in history, and if you were a kid during the late nineties and early aughts then you were probably a fan, or at the very least aware of the the book series,...

Nathan Loria, 22, catches the disc during High Tide

Hellbenders welcome fun, sportsmanship and the disc

August 27, 2021

There’s no shortage of ways to get involved at Allegheny; a multitude of clubs, organizations and sports teams exist on campus, but some are more well known than others. For example, Allegheny’s Ultimate...

‘Native Gardens’ explores microagressions through comedy

May 6, 2021

The beginning of spring is a time for openings; after being cooped in by the cold, people begin slowly emerging from their self-imposed hibernation, the flowers begin to open up and bloom, and at Allegheny...

Stallard’s presence on Instagram includes updates on donut deliveries and images of happy patrons.

Reducing stress and bringing smiles, one donut at a time

April 23, 2021

College life is tough as is, but with the added stress of the COVID-19 pandemic and political tension throughout the United States, it can be a bit tougher. Kyle Stallard, ’22, decided that he wanted...

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