The Campus

Charges against Allegheny student for alleged assault withdrawn

Hannah Schaffer, News Editor

May 16, 2019

Charges against an Allegheny College student for alleged assault were withdrawn on Tuesday, May 14. Kobe Pinkney, ’21, was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, harassment and disorderly conduct for his alleged role in ...

Coates retires after more than 26 years of teaching at Allegheny

Hannah Schaffer, Science/International Editor

September 6, 2018

Lee Coates retired from Allegheny College last year after serving as a professor of biology, neuroscience and global health studies since 1992. Coates spent two years at Bucks County Community College in Bucks County, P...

Sarah Shapley reflects on Fulbright experience

Ellis Giacomelli, Features Editor

August 24, 2018

The Fulbright Program, developed by Sen. J. William Fulbright in 1946, provides opportunities for educators, students and professionals to explore relationships between the United States and other countries and foster interna...

The state of journalism at Allegheny

Joseph Tingley, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2018

When I first visited Allegheny, the first place I wanted to find was the newspaper office. As it happened, the door was open when I found my way to the third floor of the campus center. Inside, the then newspaper adviser Professor Cher...

An editor bids farewell

Chris Brindle, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2018

Four years is not long. Two is even shorter, and that is how long this editor has written for The Campus. Despite that short tenure, as he reflects on the time he has spent here he is confronted foremost by the importance of s...

The changing of the Allegheny mind

Chris Brindle, Opinion Editor

April 12, 2018

Julius Hübner/Wikimedia Commons There is something amiss on American campuses, and two books aim to shed light on it: Allan Bloom’s 1987 book “The Closing of the American Mind,” and John Haidt and Greg Lukionoff’s forthcoming book “The Coddling of the Ameri...

What monks and college students have in common

Chris Brindle, Junior News Editor

February 2, 2017

In an environment where students eat together, go to class together and sleep together, tensions can get high and patience will be tested. Saint Benedict instructs, “if you have a dispute with someone, make peace with them before ...

IDEAS Center and Epps create space for change

Shea Beaumont, Opinion Editor

January 26, 2017

As my first semester as a senior at Allegheny came to a conclusion, I discovered one of the college’s gems on campus. I found a place in the heart of the campus that every student in the Allegheny College community can feel w...

Graph theory: coming to a reality near you

Jack Goodman, Web Manager

April 14, 2016

Imagine you have before you a coloring book. The picture you are working on is divided into a hundred sections. When colored in with a full repertoire of shades and hues, the picture is brought to life. However, you find your...

World unites for Paris

World unites for Paris

November 19, 2015

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