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‘Papa,’ owner of Sports Garden, former Otters looks to sell both establishments

February 15, 2013

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A deserted five-story building sits in the center of downtown Meadville at the corner of South Main and Chestnut Streets. This building is the former home of one of Meadville’s most popular bars, Otters Pub & Grill, where hard...

Pelletier resolves mold problem

February 1, 2013

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After the disposal of thousands of books and the assistance of a mold remediation team that cleansed the area, the library is now mold-free. Library Director Linda Bills said they worked to find the best solution during the fall...

New food co-op to hold first dinner of semester

January 25, 2013

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Allegheny’s new food co-op program, Allegheny Must Not Dine Alone, will host its first dinner of the semester next Friday, Feb. 1, in Carr Hall. This will be the program’s fourth dinner. Brittany Iafrate, ’14, a student...

National webinar promotes inclusivity

January 25, 2013

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Several Allegheny students, faculty and staff members participated in a nationally-broadcasted, informative webinar yesterday that discussed various forms of power, privilege and marginalization affecting individuals and, in particular,...

Alumna returns to give keynote address for MLK Jr. Day

January 25, 2013

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Allegheny alumna Carmen Ellington, ’86, brought knowledge of her current work in nonprofit organizations and assisting underrepresented groups as well as her experiences as an Allegheny student to her Keynote address on Monday...

Review: ‘Lincoln’ is a must-see

December 7, 2012

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Never has a movie based entirely on old men chatting to one another kept me so enthralled. ‘Lincoln’ plays like an incredibly detailed, yet interesting history book. Despite some classically cheesy Spielberg moments, the...

Street Food Fair brings India’s Baste Village to Allegheny

December 2, 2012

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Although they may be physically far apart, Allegheny College and the Indian village of Baste share a uniquely close connection thanks to a variety of efforts made by Growing Hearts Growing Minds (GHGM), a student organization...

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