The Campus

New groups work to uplift student voices, aim for change

Makayla Alicea, News Editor

October 16, 2020

Madi Sherman, ’22, and Sarah Mayer, ’22, were inspired to create and organize Allegheny College Students for Change when their professor asked students to discuss the political climate of today, both on and off-campus, and to ...

ASG meetings begin with new plans, elections

Alana Sabol, News Editor

October 16, 2020

During its first two meetings, Allegheny Student Government discussed preliminary plans for the semester and began electing more cabinet members. With no guest speaker, ASG’s general assembly commenced with the vice presid...

ASG, club budget approvals delayed until mid-October

Alana Sabol, News Editor

October 9, 2020

After one month into the semester, Allegheny Student Government has yet to begin regular weekly meetings and budget hearings. ASG President Abdikadir Lugundi, ’21, explained that, because senate and cabinet elections did...

Security cameras installed on campus despite student concerns

Bree Gray, News Editor

September 25, 2020

Trigger warning: Sexual assault, gun violence The college installed security cameras on campus over the summer following the violent sexual assault in Ravine-Narvik Hall in December 2019. “I was not aware (that cameras we...

ASG discusses elections, virtual meetings and future goals

Alana Sabol, News Editor

September 11, 2020

Now that the fall semester is underway, Allegheny Student Government is preparing to elect their Cabinet and Senate members while discussing future goals for the year.  Vice President Patricia Gaxiola, ’21, expressed difficulties with preparing for...

ASG persists through difficulties: helping clubs and holding small meetings

Alana Sabol, News Writer

April 13, 2020

Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, Allegheny Student Government continues to guide clubs through elections and budget hearings. However, the way the members are conducting their usual tasks has changed significantly.  President Ja...

Allegheny takes preventive measures against COVID-19 as colleges, universities turn to ‘remote instruction’

Bree Gray and Ethan Woodfill

March 11, 2020

As COVID-19 reaches Pennsylvania, store shelves have begun to clear out for emergency necessities such as hand sanitizer, surgical masks and everyday commodities from water bottles to toilet paper, according to an article pub...

Larry McKnight and Andy Walker discuss Meadville’s relationship with Allegheny

Alana Sabol, News Writer

February 27, 2020

Deputy Mayor of Meadville Larry McKnight and City Manager Andy Walker, ’00, spoke at the Allegheny Student Government General Assembly on Tuesday, Feb. 25. ASG welcomed the speakers to Henderson Campus Center room 301/302 to di...

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