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Campus celebrates Diwali

Campus celebrates Diwali

November 29, 2018

German writer-in-residence concludes short course

Hannah Schaffer, Science/International Editor

November 8, 2018

Filed under International

German writer-in-residence, Birgit Weyhe, concluded her short course by showcasing two of her own works. On Wednesday, Oct. 17, Weyhe presented two of her graphic novels to conclude the seven-week short course she taught at Alle...

Día de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos

November 8, 2018

Yosra Rguibi reflects on U.S. friends and customs

Sydney Fernandez, Science/International Editor

April 20, 2017

Filed under International

Yosra Rguibi sat at a table in Brooks on April 19 campaigning for money to rescue African elephants in Kenya. Rguibi is a trilingual exchange student — fluent in Arabic, French and English — from Morocco whose visit to Allegheny w...

International Club hosts annual picnic

Maureen Hossler, Science/International Editor

April 6, 2017

Filed under International

The Allegheny College International Club hosted its annual International Spring Picnic this past Sunday, April 2 on the North Village I lawn. Offering an array of delicious food and an opportunity to enjoy near-perfect weather ...

Attorney addresses students on Trump’s executive order

Chris Brindle, Junior News Editor

February 9, 2017

Filed under News

Attorney Lawrence Lebowitz, the chair of the immigration group at Cohen & Grigsby, a Pittsburgh law firm, came to Allegheny College on Tuesday, Feb. 7, to meet with students, staff and faculty about the implications of Pres...

Jenny Kawata leaves Allegheny for her alma mater, Slippery Rock

Kimberly Chavez, Contributing Writer

December 2, 2016

Filed under International

Jenny Kawata, director of international education and adviser to the International Club, spent her last official day as an Allegheny faculty member on Wednesday, Nov. 30. Kawata will be the director of global partnerships and...

Homegrown extremists cause imminent threat

Chris Brindle, Contributing Writer

September 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Since 9/11, the U.S. has not suffered a large-scale terrorist attack, but over the past several months, attacks have been carried out domestically at a high rate that is only increasing. The lack of mass casualty events, but t...

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