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Roman Hladio

Roman Hladio, Editor-in-Chief

Roman Hladio is a junior from Wexford, Pennsylvania. He is an English major with a Journalism in the Public Interest minor. This is his second year on staff, previously serving as Science/International and Copy Editor. In his free time, he enjoys teaching himself new instruments, hiking, and spending too much time binging Youtube.

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Dr. K. Renee Horton poses with attendees of the Women in Physics conference on Saturday, Nov. 6.

SPS hosts biannual Women in Physics conference

November 11, 2021

Society of Physics Students board members banded together to bring about the return of the biannual Women in Physics conference on Nov. 6. The event — hosted in Carr Hall — sought to create a space...

Students vote in razor-thin City of Meadville election

November 4, 2021

Although the frigid temperatures that came with the second day of November caused students to hunker down indoors and try to keep warm, a select group braved the weather to encourage all students to get...

The radio telescope, located in the Carrden next to Carr Hall, was recently painted as a cosmos flower by Ben Ramsey, ’22. Ramsey worked on the radio telescope as part of his summer research with Professor of Physics Dan Willey.

Radio telescope aims to explore Milky Way

September 24, 2021

Situated among the greenery of the Carr Hall Garden sits a large, repurposed television dish. The dish in question — a radio telescope managed by the physics department — received a number of upgrades...

Comedy Column

September 17, 2021

Techies are excited for Apple’s new iPhone 13 that was just announced on Tuesday, and will be released on Friday, Sept. 17. All reports are saying this model is very similar to last year’s iPhone 12,...

Comedy Column

September 2, 2021

Rand Paul, a trained eye doctor and junior senator for the state of Kentucky, has been challenging the word of Dr. Anthony Fauci and the CDC since the beginning of the pandemic. Paul has recently been...

Taking the oath

Taking the oath

September 2, 2021

Four Allegheny students took a contracting oath to the U.S. Army on Aug. 27 in the lobby of the Lawrence Lee Pelletier Library. The cadets — Conor Pickett, ’24; Aaron Kosmach, ’25; Kyrie Miller,...

Allegheny eliminates 36 positions, cites financial and enrollment challenges

July 28, 2021

Allegheny College announced on July 27 that 36 administrative and staff positions will be eliminated. A prepared statement provided by the college explained that this comes as a reaction to increasing...

Comedy Column: Kaleel’s Last Ride

May 7, 2021

LinkedIn announced that they would be giving their employees a paid week off beginning April 5 as “an opportunity to unplug, recharge and avoid burnout.” Management made the decision after noticing...

Kate Costanzo

Head basketball coach tapped for administrative roles

May 6, 2021

Kate Costanzo, women’s basketball head coach for the past nearly 14 years, recently stepped into her new role as assistant director of athletics on May 1, and will also begin taking on the responsibilities...

Campus editor wins PNMA award

April 30, 2021

Editor-in-Chief of The Campus Newspaper Ethan Woodfill, ’22, recently won an honorable mention in the column category for the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association’s Student Keystone Media Awards. “It’s...

Members of Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics International Honor Societyat the 2018 banquet.  Front L to R sitting: Trevor Day ’20, Troy Elphinstone ’19, Johnathan Miller ’19, John Golden. Back L to R standing: Joe Wesolowski ’18, Adam Deitrick ’19, Carlos Sanchez ’20.

Associate professor of economics to retire after 30 years

April 30, 2021

Associate Professor of Economics John Golden’s office is rather bland from his laptop’s perspective — a filing cabinet and bookshelf the only things covering white walls. With no defining features,...

Comedy Column: Run it back

April 30, 2021

A North Carolina couple was hiss-terically attacked by a rabid bobcat in their driveway. In a video caught on home security cameras, the husband fur-tunately grabbed the big cat, throwing it across their...

Tart and Adams discuss 2021-22 ASG cabinet picks

April 23, 2021

With the end of the semester approaching, Allegheny Student Government President-elect Noah Tart, ’22, and Vice-President-elect Sophie Adams, ’22, have finalized their cabinet appointees. Attorney...

Suspect charged in connection with 2019 rape at Ravine

April 23, 2021

Content warning: Sexual assault, rape The man charged in the Ravine-Narvik sexual assault case is headed to trial. After a preliminary hearing held on April 9 by Magisterial District Judge Samuel Pendolino,...

Comedie Colonm: Double Trouble

April 23, 2021

In other ~current~ news, a light emitting tattoo-like device was recently revealed and demonstrated by a team of British and Italian researchers, shocking audiences. The device sits atop the skin like...

Student returns green box in Brooks Dining Hall.

Green boxes return after year-long hiatus

March 19, 2021

Through the combined efforts of the Allegheny Student Government and Parkhurst Dining, green boxes are once again available for use in Brooks Dining Hall. Their return was hailed by “Green Box Revival...

President Hilary Link announces administration changes

President Hilary Link announces administration changes

February 25, 2021

President Hilary Link announced her organizational realignment prior to the start of module two classes. The restructuring comes 19 months into her presidency. Link said that multiple global crises...

40,000-year-old roundworms discovered in 2018 sparks concerns two years later

November 12, 2020

Internet users expressed a renewed concern for the 2020s as a user recently posted a 2018 headline from Smithsonian Magazine reading “Ancient Roundworms Allegedly Resurrected From Russian Permafrost”...

ASG sustainability director talks plan for next semester

November 12, 2020

Although Allegheny Student Government faced an odd start to the semester — holding their first general assembly meeting on Oct. 6 — Director of Sustainability and Environmental Affairs Willy Walker,...

University of Pittsburgh hosts Celtic culture webinars

November 5, 2020

On Oct. 24, the University of Pittsburgh’s International Education department hosted a series of Webinars connected to Celtic culture and their Nationality Rooms Program in the Cathedral of Learning. Each...

Neuromarketing project ‘Judge the Nudge’ to be used in assisting COVID-19 safety plan

October 29, 2020

On Oct. 6, Gaia Rancati, visiting professor of marketing and neuromarketing, pitched a project to her neuromarketing class with the assistance of Priyanka Chakraborty, visiting assistant professor of economics. Seeking...

Imbalanced power structures overseas lead to protests

October 22, 2020

Nigerian protestors were attacked last week by a group of men armed with firearms and machetes during a protest to end police violence in Lagos, according to The Associated Press. “They were shooting...

Deceased sea life on the shore of Kamchatka.

Mass die-off along Russian coast concerns environmentalists

October 15, 2020

At the beginning of October, pictures began emerging on the internet depicting a Russian shore covered in dead sea creatures. Discovered near Kamchatka, a Russian Pacific coastal town, scientists and...

ASG President Abdikadir Lugundi, 21, addresses the crowd at vigil

Candlelight vigil held for Breonna Taylor

October 2, 2020

Silence fell through the gator quad as students gathered in a candlelight and pajama vigil in honor of Breonna Taylor last Thursday, Sept. 24. Students of all races, creeds and ethnicities sat in socially-distanced...

Asteroid passing by Earth a day before the presidential election poses no real threat

September 25, 2020

A little under a month ago, news broke that an asteroid will be nearly missing Earth a day before the presidential election, further fueling the havoc 2020 entails. The asteroid, named 2018VP1, should...

The differences in school openings around the world

September 17, 2020

While U.S. schools continue to find their footing amid reopening during a pandemic, many countries have already made attempts at starting in-person education once more. With some plans working, others...

Experts underwhelmed by Neuralink reveal

September 10, 2020

Billionaire and innovator Elon Musk recently unveiled progress previously kept secret on his latest project — a neural implant designed to improve quality of life and advance current technology to unknown...

Bioterrorism laws applied to citizens threatening the spread of COVID-19

September 10, 2020

As the world continues to adapt to life amidst a pandemic, governments and other institutions have attempted to maintain order by modifying older structures in place to accommodate the changing times....

Social media and foreign relations

September 3, 2020

Popular video creating and sharing app TikTok as well as multi-purpose media app WeChat have made global headlines in the past few weeks due to recent discoveries that installing the app may make private...

Allegheny Study Away Program Adapts to Pandemic

September 3, 2020

As schools reopen and students travel from all 50 states and even internationally to attend their college or university, travel amidst the pandemic has been a talking point for many. While many student...

Jazz Director and music instructor Stephen Corsi joins Gannon University faculty

June 27, 2020

Stephen Corsi, Jazz Director and part-time music instructor, will be ending his career at Allegheny while accepting new responsibilities as the Assistant Professor in Graduate Education at Gannon University...

COVID-19 associated with decline in carbon emissons

April 26, 2020

As much of the world stays home waiting for the COVID-19 pandemic to run its course, a silver lining has slowly begun to reveal itself. With factories closed, planes grounded and cars parked in driveways...

Exercise: helping your body, helping your planet

March 5, 2020

Allegheny College became Pennsylvania’s first college to reach carbon neutrality in 2020. On campus, the largest step being taken is the reduction of energy consumption in the campus facilities,...

‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ a success after Sonic redesigned

February 27, 2020

Many movies are based on pre-established characters or events, but after Marvel took control of the hearts and minds of film consumers, other large companies who probably shouldn’t be making movies about...

Allegheny’s journey to carbon neutrality: offsets

February 21, 2020

As last year came to an end, Allegheny College found itself completing its 13th year of dedicated work by students and faculty to become carbon neutral. To complete the goal, the college has turned to...

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