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GFC opens four weeks late

GFC opens four weeks late

September 25, 2014

Newest class smaller than expected

Joseph Tingley, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2014

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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...

Alumna returns to give keynote address for MLK Jr. Day

January 25, 2013

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Allegheny alumna Carmen Ellington, ’86, brought knowledge of her current work in nonprofit organizations and assisting underrepresented groups as well as her experiences as an Allegheny student to her Keynote address on Monday...

Wake up, Allegheny

May 13, 2010

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Wake up and stand up. This is the slogan of The Coffee Party, a national movement that has recently made its way to Allegheny with the help of Steven Jones, '12, President of the College Democrats, in the form of a brand–new student group. The Coffee Party i...

Embedded journalist Andrew Lubin, '74, visits campus

February 24, 2010

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Thirty-six years. That’s how long it’s been since journalist Andrew Lubin walked the grounds of Allegheny College.  For the first time since his graduation in 1974, Lubin returned to campus to give a Center for Political...

Setting sail with the History department

February 3, 2010

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The History department is offering a new three-week experiential internship course from May 15 to June 4. Sailing with a trained crew, students will eat, sleep, work and learn onboard the "Flagship Niagara," a replica of the sailing...

Sophomore to help produce rap music video at Allegheny

January 31, 2010

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By RAY SMITH When Ryan Cunningham entered Allegheny College, he thought of film production as a hobby and planned on studying to become a dentist. Now, two years removed from establishing a production company named Live Pr...

MLK week highlighted by visit from Naomi Tutu

January 27, 2010

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By ELLEN CHAMBERLAIN The Diversity Affairs office is kicking off this semester with a string of diversity-related events to commemorate the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. week of celebration. The week, which started this Monday,...

Phi Beta Kappa Inductees at Allegheny

January 27, 2010

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By KATRINA TULLOCH [email protected] When Trista Szocs went to pick up her mail last semester, she had no idea she was about to be accepted by the oldest and most prestigious honorary scholastic society in the United States. “Phi...

County D.A. Visits Campus

December 4, 2009

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By GREG WAPLES ([email protected]) Crawford County District Attorney Francis Shultz visited Allegheny College last week to deliver a talk to aspiring news writers.  Professor Penni Schaefer’s News Writing class listened...

Year of Social Change Brings Dr. Shiva

December 4, 2009

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By Clay Moran ([email protected]) Within the past decade, the global warming debate has been intensifying.  Predictions of an ice-free, summer Arctic within a decade raise numerous concerns.  While many national groups demand...

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