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Court grants three-year PFA order against student

Marley Parish, Dakotah Manson, and Kelsey Evans

November 9, 2017

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Two first-year female students of Allegheny College requested and were granted protection from abuse orders against a first-year male student, accusing him of sexual assault. The PFA orders, which prevent the accused from c...

The Halloween parade gets safari wild

Jen Rodriguez, Features Editor

November 2, 2017

Filed under Features

Soup kitchen offers students community service opportunity

Hannah Schaffer, Contributing Writer

September 21, 2017

Filed under Features

Allegheny College is on a mission to become an invaluable resource for the Meadville community. The college campus is striving to recreate beneficial and authentic relations between Meadville, Crawford County and the college. One way ...

Projects promote positivity in communities

Meaghan Wilby, Features Editor

December 1, 2016

Filed under Features

Students from the first-year seminar titled “Meadville’s Military Matters,” and the biology class “Physiology of Vision” presented posters on their community-engaged research projects in the lobby of the Henderson Cam...

Bee research progresses, new questions emerge

Tyler Stigall, Science and International Editor

November 18, 2016

Filed under Science

With boxes of bees in hand, Paige Hickman, ’17, paid a second visit to Sam Droege, wildlife biologist, at the USGS Bee Identification and Monitoring Lab in Beltsville, Maryland as part of research they began at Allegheny Colleg...

Keeping it close to home

Brittany Adams, Staff Writer

April 27, 2016

Filed under Features

Matteo Rachocki, had a much bigger plan when he created the local pub of Voodoo Brewing Co. His brother, Curt Rachocki, came into the business as the brewer of the company in late 2010 but Kurt noticed there were hardships the ...

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March 10, 2016

Property tax exemption adversely affects Meadville

Alex Weidenhof, Junior News Editor

March 10, 2016

Filed under News

Allegheny College held over $42 million in tax-exempt property in 2014, releasing the college from what would have been a $921,883 tax bill, according to Nancy Mangilo-Bittner, a Meadville city councilwoman. City Manager Andy Walk...

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