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Yutong Wang, Photo Editor

Yutong Wang is an environmental studies major with a minor is communication arts. She is currently a senior and has been on staff as one of the photo editors of The Campus Newspaper since sophomore year. She is from China and has travelled to many countries including Germany, Denmark, Thailand and Japan.

 

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Native American Scholar and Activist Kyle Whyte of Michigan State University gives a public lecture titled “Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Health: From the ‘Right to be Cold’ to Defeating the Dakota Access Pipeline” on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, in Henderson Auditorium in Quigley Hall.

[Photo] Kyle Whyte delivers talk on Native Americans and climate change

Maureen Hossler, Science/International Editor April 20, 2017

Native American Scholar and Activist Kyle Whyte of Michigan State University gives a public lecture titled “Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Health: From the ‘Right to be Cold’ to Defeating the...

Paula Di Gregory, tobacco programs coordinator, introduces tobacco control methods to Anne Di Gregory, ’19, in the campus center lobby on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

[Photo] ASG sponsors ‘It’s On Us’ Campaign with Title IX Office

Joseph Tingley, News Editor April 20, 2017

Paula Di Gregory, tobacco programs coordinator, introduces tobacco control methods to Anne Di Gregory, ’19, in the campus center lobby on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, as part of Sexual Assault Awareness...

Amandine Brizard, a French teaching assistant, Devin Beacom, ’18, and Shu Yi Tang, ’17, perform in a dance entitled “Don Quiote Dream Scene Excerpt” during a rehearsal for their spring recital on Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

[Photo] Dancers dazzle in spring recital

April 6, 2017

Yilin Zhu, ’17, performs a solo in “Don Quixote Dream Scene Excerpt,” which is a ballet dance, during the rehearsal on Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

Jessica Zavolta, ’18, and Kaitlyn Campbell, ’17, work on hitting and catching during practice on Tuesday, March 7, 2017.

[Photo] Softball team prepares for upcoming 2017 season opener

Rachel Belson, Staff Writer March 9, 2017

Jessica Zavolta, ’18, and Kaitlyn Campbell, ’17, work on hitting and catching during practice on Tuesday, March 7, 2017.

Samantha Richardson, ’20, and Mary Lyon, ’17, perform in “Luna Gale” at their dress rehersal on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. The Allegheny College Playshop Theatre presented “Luna Gale” from Thursday, Feb. 23 through Sunday, Feb. 26 in the Gladys Mullenix Black Theatre in the Vukovich Center for Communication Arts.

[Photo] Playshop Theatre’s performance of ‘Luna Gale’ captures complexities of social issues in 21st century America

Cait Kearney, Contributing Writer March 2, 2017

Samantha Richardson, ’20, and Mary Lyon, ’17, perform in “Luna Gale” at their dress rehersal on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. The Allegheny College Playshop Theatre presented “Luna Gale” from Thursday,...

During the dress rehearsal on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017,  Simon Brown, ’19, and Mary Lyon, ’17, perform a scene in “Luna Gale.” The play was written by playwright Rebecca Gilman and directed by Mark Cosdon, associate professor of communication arts and theatre, and tells the story of a social worker trying to help decide whether a child’s primary caregiver should be her drug-addicted teenage parents or her grandmother. The dilemma poses contemporary social issues involving family secrets, faith and beliefs, sexual abuse and the social welfare system.

[Photo] Luna Gale

February 23, 2017

Mary Lyon, ’17, Ada Zech, ’19, and Eddie Glass, ’18, rehearse for “Luna Gale” on Tuesday, Feb. 21. The Alleghe- ny College Playshop Theatre will present “Luna Gale” from Thursday, Feb. 23,...

Issac Manton, ’20, a guard on the men’s team, works on his lay up during practice on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017.

[Photo] Men’s basketball falls to Hiram in second round of conference play

Cait Kearney, Contributing Writer February 2, 2017

Issac Manton, ’20, a guard on the men’s team, works on his lay up during practice on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017.

Protesters hold signs as they march on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Friday, Jan. 21, 2017, as part of the Women’s March on Washington.

[Photo] Allegheny participates in worldwide women’s march

Steven Heine, Eylie Buehler, and Joseph Tingley January 26, 2017

Protesters hold signs as they march on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Friday, Jan. 21, 2017, as part of the Women’s March on Washington.

Zoe Husnick, ’18, performs “Arabian” from “The Nutcracker” in the annual holiday concert Cookies and Milk on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016, in Montgomery Performance Space.

[Photo] Holiday concert gives back to community

Marley Parish, Features editor December 8, 2016

Performers from Allegro Dance Arts, a local dance studio, performed “Chinese” from “The Nutcracker” in the concert on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016.

Conor Macomber, ’17,  blocks Zach Howarth of Carnegie Mellon University on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. The Gators lost 71-58 to the Tartans in their last non-conference game of the season.

[Photo] Men’s basketball closes non-conference play with 71-58 loss to Carnegie Mellon

Alex Holmes, Sports Editor December 2, 2016

Sean Dougherty, ’16, storms the basket during the men’s basketball game against Carnegie Mellon.

Attendees sample sushi from the Japanese table.

[Photo] International Foods Dinner turns bazaar

December 2, 2016

Attendees sample sushi from the Japanese table.

Elijah Prince, ’18, speaks to assembled demonstrators gathered in Brooks Circle to stand with and support groups affected by the election of Donald Trump on Monday, Nov. 14, 2016.

[Photo] Allegheny community stands with minority groups

Joseph Tingley, News Editor November 17, 2016

Elijah Prince, ’18, speaks to assembled demonstrators gathered in Brooks Circle to stand with and support groups affected by the election of Donald Trump on Monday, Nov. 14, 2016.

The Edible Trail at the Meadville Area Recreation Complex offers students and community members a chance to explore and contribute to their local environment.

[Photo] Students, faculty build ‘Edible Trail’

Rachel Belson, Staff Writer November 18, 2016

The Edible Trail at the Meadville Area Recreation Complex offers students and community members a chance to explore and contribute to their local environment.

Ensemble explores Middle Eastern mysticism

Shu Yi Tang, Web Manager November 11, 2016

Allegheny students and community members gathered in Shafer Auditorium on Saturday, Nov. 5, to watch a musical and dance performance by the Yuval Ron Ensemble. The ensemble’s theme was “The Mystical...

Kappa Alpha Theta did a chair dance that replicated the one performed by Phi Gamma Delta in last year’s Greek Sing. For the soritities, Kappa Alpha Theta won second place for its performance and won enough points to take first for Greek Week.

[Photo] Greek life gets musical at Greek Sing

November 10, 2016

Meaghan Gilbert performs as Elsa from the popular movie "Frozen" as part of Delta Delta Delta's performance.

The Park Avenue Rehabilitation and Nursing Center featured two people dressed as Alice and the Mad Hatter from “Alice in Wonderland” in Meadville’s Halloween Parade on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016. The theme was  “Nightmare on Chestnut Street.” The parade is the biggest annual Halloween parade in Pennsylvania and always draws a large crowd of spectators. The parade was hosted by Crawford Area Young Chamber of Commerce and was sponsered by local businesses and organizations. All costs exceeding the operational cost of the parade were donated to a chosen charity, which this year was St. James Haven, an overnight temporary homeless shelter for men in Meadville.

[Photo] Meadville hosts 50th annual Halloween Parade

Hannah Schaffer, Contributing Writer November 3, 2016

Community members participated in and watched Meadville’s Halloween Parade on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016. Many different vehicles were used as floats in the parade, including firetrucks, vintage cars, trucks...

“Berlin to Warsaw” to take students to Europe

Shu Yi Tang, Web Editor October 28, 2016

Students gathered in the campus center Thursday, Oct. 27, for an informational session on the 2017 “Berlin to Warsaw” Experiential Learning Seminar, led by Eric Boynton, department chair of philosophy...

The men’s soccer team celebrates a win against the College of Wooster on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016. The Gators beat the Scots 4-0 in the last home match of the 2016 season. During pregame warm ups on Tuesday, the team recognized their departing 12 seniors.

[Photo] Men’s soccer celebrates senior class

Alex Holmes, Sports Editor October 27, 2016

The men’s soccer team celebrates a win against the College of Wooster on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016. The Gators beat the Scots 4-0 in the last home match of the 2016 season. During pregame warm ups on Tuesday,...

Peterson Toscano, performance artist, gay activist and Bible scholar, delivers his one-man presentation “There’s Something Gay About Climate Change” in Grounds for Change on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016. Toscano used comedic relief through monologues and character changes to look at queer responses to climate change.

[Photo] Sexuality, mindfulness and climate change

Meaghan Wilby, Features editor October 20, 2016

Peterson Toscano, performance artist, gay activist and Bible scholar, delivers his one-man presentation “There’s Something Gay About Climate Change” in Grounds for Change on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016....

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Lauren Duffy, ’20, hits the ball over the net during the Battle 4 Bridget game against Denison University on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. The Gators lost 3-1 to Denison.

[Photo] Battle 4 Bridget

Alex Holmes, Sports Editor October 20, 2016

YUTONG WANG/THE CAMPUS Lauren Duffy, ’20, hits the ball over the net during the Battle 4 Bridget game against Denison University on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. The Gators lost 3-1 to Denison.

Edward Curtis IV, professor of religious studies at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, delivers a speech on Islamophobia in the
U.S. on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. The speech was part of the inaugural Allegheny Listens event, an extension of first-year orientation.

[Photo] Allegheny Listens program addresses Islamophobia

Meaghan Wilby, Features editor September 22, 2016

Edward Curtis IV, professor of religious studies at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, delivers a speech on Islamophobia in the U.S. on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. The speech was part of...

Kathleen Reed, ’19 and Jeannie Choi, ’17 promote Association for Asian and Asian American while Weihao Liang, ’20 sign up for the organization at the Involvement Fair on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016.

[Photo] Go-getter Gators encourage participation at involvement fair

Marley Parish, Features editor September 1, 2016

Kathleen Reed, ’19 and Jeannie Choi, ’17 promote Association for Asian and Asian American while Weihao Liang, ’20 sign up for the organization at the Involvement Fair on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016....

Jocelyn Stefan, ’19, and Matthew Lis, ’18, practice a scene while in dress rehearsal on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015.

[Photo] SET presents ‘Night at the Cabaret’

October 22, 2015

Jocelyn Stefan, ’19, and Matthew Lis, ’18, practice a scene while in dress rehearsal on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015.

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Eylie Buehler, Opinion Editor April 23, 2015

Lynn Lim, ‘15, president of A5, takes a picture of sachets made by students who participated the Dragon Boat Festival on Thursday, April 16.

[Photo] First Dragon Boat Festival hosted on campus

Chris Brindle, Contributing Writer April 21, 2015

Lynn Lim, ‘15, president of A5, takes a picture of sachets made by students who participated the Dragon Boat Festival on Thursday, April 16.

Walter Stover has been awarded the Critical Languages Scholarship that will allow him to study in Beijing.

[Photo] Walter Stover is awarded highly selective language scholarship

Angela Mauroni, Science/International Editor April 16, 2015

Walter Stover has been awarded the Critical Languages Scholarship that will allow him to study in Beijing.

Heather Fish, 15, won Doane Jurors Prize, First Place in Graphics, and a purchase award for her art work War at Home.

Students receive awards for their submitted artwork

Yutong Wang, Junior Photo Editor April 9, 2015

Students were awarded for their artwork during the opening reception of the annual student art show at Allegheny College’s Bowman, Penelec and Megahan Art Galleries on March 31. Juror’s Prize,...

 Submitted art works awaiting for being reviewed by the guest juror and art department faculty at Allegheny College’s Bowman, Penelec and Megahan Art Galleries on Tuesday, March. 24.

Student works eligible for Doane Prizes

Yutong Wang, Junior Photo Editor March 26, 2015

As a tradition of Allegheny College, Doane Prizes in Art has been given to students’ art works annually. Awards in painting and drawing, graphics, sculpture or ceramics and Juror’s Prize are offered...

Stepping dance company, Step Afrika!, performed on Saturday, Feb. 28 in Shafer Auditorium at Allegheny College. Step Afrika! is one of the events during Black History Month that is sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Black Culture.

Step Afrika! stomps Shafer stage

Yutong Wang, Junior Photo Editor March 5, 2015

Step Afrika!, a dance company from Washington D.C., visited Allegheny’s campus Feb. 28, 2015 to perform for Black History Month. Step Afrika! is one of the only dance companies in the world that focuses...

Professor Shannan Mattiace listens intently as Nicaraguan poet Vidaluz Meneses speaks to students in her Latin American Relations class on Tuesday, Feb. 24.

Alumna translator and Nicaraguan poet discuss cross cultural communication

Yutong Wang, Junior Photo Editor February 26, 2015

Award-winning translator María Roof, ’67, and Nicaraguan poet Vidaluz Meneses presented a lecture on “Transnation  Translation: From the Tower of Babel to Internationalizing Poetry” in Pelletier...

In January of 2015, a small group of faculty and staff spent a week in Japan on a study tour.

Allegheny faculty and staff reflect on study tour in Japan

Yutong Wang, Junior Photo Editor February 26, 2015

A group of faculty and staff, led by Darren Miller, assistant professor of art and gallery director, and Linda Bills, director of the library, went to Japan from Jan. 2 to Jan. 9. Focusing on traditional...

Isabel Choinowski (left) and Lorena Souza (right) dressed in costumes and attended the international carnival held in the Max Kade International Wing of North Village on Feb. 21, 2015.

[Photo] International students hold multicultural carnival

Angela Mauroni, Science/International Editor February 26, 2015

The four organizers each prepared an authentic dessert from their respective countries.

Tim Dikec, ’16, performs a song for the APO and FIJI’s Valentine’s Day Auction on Wednsday, Feb. 19. Students who were auctioned offered to do chores including dishes and shoveling snow.

[Photo] APO and FIJI partner to increase the proceeds for charity

Eylie Buehler, Junior Features Editor February 21, 2015

Tim Dikec, ’16, performs a song for the APO and FIJI’s Valentine’s Day Auction on Wednsday, Feb. 19. Students who were auctioned offered to do chores including dishes and shoveling snow.

Stephanie Carson, ’16, is reading her poem off her phone screen in Grounds For Change on Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. Carson wrote her own poem named The Performance for Poetry Slam. Poetry Slam took place 7-9 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 16 in GFC and was sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Black Culture as one of the activities throughout Black History Month.

[Photo] Black History Month celebrated with poetry and Selma

Claire Teague, Features Editor February 21, 2015

Stephanie Carson, ’16, is reading her poem off her phone screen in Grounds For Change on Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. Carson wrote her own poem named The Performance for Poetry Slam. Poetry Slam took place...

Tim Dikec, ’16, performs a song for the APO and FIJI’s Valentine’s Day Auction on Wednsday, Feb. 19. Students who were auctioned offered to do chores including dishes and shoveling snow. 


judge photo Jake Ballinger, ‘16, and and Sukesha Ray, ‘16, perform together in an effort to earn high bids that would benefit charities

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Tim Dikec, ’16, performs a song for the APO and FIJI’s Valentine’s Day Auction on Wednsday, Feb. 19. Students who were auctioned offered to do chores including dishes and shoveling snow. judge...

 Stephanie Carson, ’16, is reading her poem off her phone screen in Grounds For Change on Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. Carson wrote her own poem named The Performance for Poetry Slam. Poetry Slam took place 7-9 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 16 in GFC and was sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Black Culture as one of the activities throughout Black History Month.

[Photo] Claire Teague

February 19, 2015

Stephanie Carson, ’16, is reading her poem off her phone screen in Grounds For Change on Monday, Feb. 16, 2015. Carson wrote her own poem named The Performance for Poetry Slam. Poetry Slam took place...

Recently moved to the Pelletier Library, the Allegheny Gateway provides various resources to help international students adjust to American life, such as an orientation, English as a second language classes, and more.

[Photo] Chinese students share opinions on how to create a more multicultural atmosphere on campus

Arianna O'Connell, Contributing Writer February 12, 2015

Recently moved to the Pelletier Library, the Allegheny Gateway provides various resources to help international students adjust to American life, such as an orientation, English as a second language classes,...

Professor Scott Wissinger presents his plan as a potential provost to students, faculty and staff.

[Photo] Provost candidates present ideas for upcoming year

Christina Bryson, News Editor January 29, 2015

Professor Scott Wissinger presents his plan as a potential provost to students, faculty and staff.

Students from Arabic language classes dressed up in traditional clothing and danced in the Campus Center on Oct. 8.

Project Nur celebrates Islamic holiday Eid-al-Adha

Shu Yi Tang, Contributing Writer October 23, 2014

Project Nur, Allegheny’s Islamic Awareness group, put on a celebration of Eid-al-Adha in the Campus Center lobby on Oct. 8, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Eid-al-Adha, also known as the “Festival of the Sacrifice,”...

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