The Campus

SET’s mini play series: a triple threat

Logan Battin, Contributing Writer

April 14, 2016

Filed under Features

Student Experimental Theater hosted a series of mini plays on Friday, April 8. Five plays, all written, acted out and directed by students ran consecutively beginning at 8 p.m. in the Arter Little Theatre. The first performanc...

Low enrollment threatens special interest housing

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

March 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

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 ...

Off-campus housing curtailment causes anxiety as room draw nears

Eylie Buehler, Features Editor

February 11, 2016

Filed under Opinion

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...

Signs you might be abroad: The basics of overseas travel

Jackie Verrecchia and Ashley Mulryan

February 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Rumor has it (queue Adele) that the deadline for studying abroad is coming up soon (Feb. 22)! Should you wish to forgo a semester of partying, late night pizza and the Allegheny advantage for another country? Well, if you are looki...

Bid Day creates fond memories for Greek life participants

Jaclyn Millin, Contributing Writer

February 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Bid day has become apart of Allegheny College’s Greek life tradition that brings excitement, and for this reason it should continue to be apart of the campus community. Bid day is one of the best days of Spring semester. I have...

Gator Day serves an unintended but necessary purpose

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

Filed under Opinion

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...

Springfest occurs largely without incident

Amanda Spadaro, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2015

Filed under News

Typically considered the biggest party weekend at Allegheny College, this year’s Springfest was considered to be fairly calm and less eventful than other weekends. From April 17-19, six incidents were reported by safety and...

Five thefts in Wise Center, suspect under investigation

Joseph Tingley, Junior News Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under News

After a string of five thefts over a two-week period from the David V. Wise Sport and Fitness Center, security has a suspect. Campus security stated that the suspect that is under investigation is 18-years-old, and was caught...

Sexual assault cases bring transparency concerns

Amanda Spadaro, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2015

Filed under News

Allegheny College has had 13 informal cases and five formal cases of Title IX violations reported from August 2014 to date, according to Title IX Coordinator Katie Pope. Of the five reported, formal cases, all resulted in disciplinary...

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