The Campus

Student government plans changes to existing structure

Sam Stephenson, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 16, 2014

A group of Allegheny Student Government senators and cabinet members are looking to make the most radical changes to ASG’s constitution since the spring of 1970, when the framework for the current structure was formed. While...

Security cameras require ASG vote

Sam Stephenson, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2014

Allegheny Student Government (ASG) passed a motion to create an ad-hoc committee to discuss security cameras on campus. The ad-hoc committee was formed to ratify and potentially pass a resolution that requires ASG to have a two-thirds...

Newest class smaller than expected

Joseph Tingley, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2014

Boasting students from 35 states and 20 countries, the class of 2018 is considered the most diverse in Allegheny history, but this class is also known for its under enrollment, being the smallest of all current classes at Allegheny. Brian...

Hailsham and Vogel instated semester early

March 7, 2014

By SAM STEPHENSON News Editor [email protected]   Larry Hailsham,’15, and Autumn Vogel,’15, next year’s ASG President and Vice President, respectively, have been instated a semester early into their...

ASG passes Commitment to Inclusivity Initiative

December 7, 2013

By PASQUALE DiFRANCESCO Contributing Writer [email protected]   After the “Commitment to Inclusivity” failed to receive enough votes to pass at the Nov. 12 Allegheny Student Government meeting, the...

ASG plans initiatives

September 7, 2012

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