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Four tickets running for ASG office

February 11, 2010

By KATRINA TULLOCH ([email protected]) Primary elections for the Allegheny Student Government President and Vice President 2010-2011 take place on Wednesday, Feb. 10 and Thursday, Feb. 11. There are four tickets running: Shane Downing, ’11 and Jamie Havens ’11; Corey Shears, ’12 and Kami Forgie, ’12; Nate Su...

Eco-educational every week

February 11, 2010

Instead of wasting precious fuel on a ride to the bars on Wednesdays for a night you probably won’t remember, why not immerse yourself in Grounds for Change’s eco–educational screenings of “Planet Earth?”  During the month of February, GFC wil...

Money behind the music – cost of concert being kept quiet

February 11, 2010

It has been a week since the M.E.C. announced that Third Eye Blind is coming to campus, and students are still talking about the concert scheduled for April 24. However, there are financial issues at hand for the school. Beca...

Update from the News Desk 2 (ASG edition)

January 29, 2010

On Tuesday, Jan. 26, ASG held their first Senate meeting of the new year. The following is brief commentary on what occurred. Full stories on the main points of discussion will follow next week. 1. The Class of 2011 is putting...

Rebecca Davis Company Dances for Darfur

January 27, 2010

By SAMANTHA HUNGERFORD The plight of the downtrodden people of Darfur and a ballet performed by a professional modern dance company are not two issues that are immediately associated with one another. Yet those very subjects...

ASG elections are underway

January 27, 2010

By RAY SMITH The Allegheny Student Government (ASG) has announced the time line for the upcoming student presidential elections. Students interested in running for office should stop by the student government office on the third...

Major Events Committee Trying to Book Top Act

December 3, 2009

The major events committee’s vote has concluded, but the winner of the vote has yet to be announced. “We will release results when the bidding process is over,” said ASG President Brett Fuchs, ’10. Because of the nature...

Students Prepare for Halloween

October 29, 2009

By CORTNEY O’BRIEN ([email protected]) Homework won’t be the scariest thing on campus this weekend. Those with the stomach for the supernatural will be excited to learn about Allegheny’s upcoming Halloween events to...

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