The Campus

Representatives distribute Bibles near college campus

Steven Heine, News Editor

October 26, 2017

Bibles handed out by people affiliated with Gideons International, an organization based in Nashville, Tennesee, appeared across Allegheny’s campus on Oct. 19. Two were found at Brooks Dining Hall, and others were found around the George M...

Bee research progresses, new questions emerge

Tyler Stigall, Science and International Editor

November 18, 2016

With boxes of bees in hand, Paige Hickman, ’17, paid a second visit to Sam Droege, wildlife biologist, at the USGS Bee Identification and Monitoring Lab in Beltsville, Maryland as part of research they began at Allegheny Colleg...

Obligatory integrity: not the way to uphold Honor

Lauren Ottaviani, Contributing Writer

April 21, 2016

Though the Honor Code of Allegheny College provides important academic expectations and encourages academic integrity on campus, some of its policies are flawed and in need of revision. The Code’s Article IV presents a set of co...

‘A Rape on Campus’ clouds conversations

Michael Ross, Staff Writer

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 responsible for the story conti...

Low enrollment threatens special interest housing

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

March 11, 2016

Due to chronic low enrollment at Allegheny College, it is now theoretically possible for all students to be housed  in on-campus housing, which includes traditional dormitories as well as houses that are somewhat removed from ...

Safe Walking Tips advisory falls flat

Jack Goodman, Web Manager

February 26, 2016

Safety and Security recently released a notice titled “Safe Walking Tips” to MyAllegheny. The notice includes helpful, common-sense tips that advise Allegheny residents not to rush or to be distracted by their cell phones w...

Off-campus housing curtailment causes anxiety as room draw nears

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor

February 11, 2016

I will be a senior next year: a big, bad, nothing-can-touch-me, have-my-entire-life-ahead-of-me, seeking-new-opportunities senior. Senior year is a year to practice “adulting” as much as one can before one heads out in the...

Gator Day serves an unintended but necessary purpose

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

Gator Day events are intended for students to investigate possibilities for their futures. Departments host open houses, there are workshops on how to apply for internships and jobs and there are panels available on a broad range...

Allegheny campus lacks traffic safety measures

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor

November 5, 2015

Traffic safety is something that our parents lectured us about when we finally became old enough to cross the street to school by ourselves.  As we get older it seems to become less threatening. Hannah Morris, ’17, was struck...

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