The Campus

It’s never too late to create a life worth living

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

October 24, 2019

There is an old, wise saying that goes, “Live everyday like it is your last because you never know if it will be,” and unfortunately that phrase resonates with everyone — young, old or in-between. Matthew Stafford, the q...

The Mullen family poses for a Christmas photograph in 2017.

A gator love story

February 14, 2019

Class of 2022 explores Allegheny values in FS programs, exploration

Matthew Steinberg, Features Editor

August 23, 2018

Beginning as first-years, students are encouraged to explore new fields of study at Allegheny College. The first-year/sophomore program helps kick-start that exploration. Allegheny’s FS program is an element of the curricu...

I Love Female Orgasm returns to campus

Cameron Neiblum, Contributing Writer

April 2, 2018

Sex experts Lindsay Fram and Marshall Miller came to Allegheny College Tuesday, March 27 to give students an in-depth lesson on how to get a female orgasm, and how to no longer deal with the trouble of asking, “Was that an or...

Curing seasonal heartbreak

Cameron Neiblum, Contributing Writer

February 15, 2018

The dark winter months carry a series of different body-aching illnesses, plaguing the college with fatigue, coughing fits, stuffy noses and worst of all, heartache. It is during this time, when the snow continues to fall and ...

A love story: Explicable systems, inexplicable feelings

Ellis Giacomelli and Olivia Blakeslee

February 15, 2018

Mystery chocolates disgust or delight, roses dance across the country and drug store shelves are ravaged for cards containing strangers’ poetry. Together, these breed a frenzied phenomenon — Valentine’s Day. American consumers...

The Astronomy Club hosts its annual “Star Crossed Lovers” event in the Carr Hall planetarium on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017. Prior to the event, guests filled out a survey which club board members used to pair people up at random. Guests had a chance to win a telescope. At the event, James Lombardi, associate professor of physics, explained the basics of when and where certain constellations could be seen in the night sky.

Love is in the atmosphere

February 16, 2017

Signs you might be abroad: How to navigate love overseas

Jackie Verrecchia and Ashley Mulryan

February 18, 2016

With Valentine’s day occurring last week we could not help but think back to the love we experienced while abroad. Affection in Mexico was in your face for Ashley, while it was rarely seen by Jackie in India. When peopl...

Blind dates and goat hides: the bizzare origins of Valentine’s Day

Emily Greene, Staff Writer

February 18, 2016

Romance was a $19.7 billion industry in 2015. At least, it was last Valentine’s Day according to the National Retail Federation. What we know as Valentine’s Day only recently became a celebration of love. The earliest traces of Va...

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