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Proposed Health Care Legislation Reaching Campus

November 26, 2009

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By PETE JONES ([email protected]) After the House narrowly approved the Affordable Health Care for America Act, on November 7–what President Obama deemed “a courageous vote” in the New York Times–the college demographic...

ACO donates time and energy

November 24, 2009

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By CORTNEY O’BRIEN ([email protected]) Thanks to Allegheny Christian Outreach (ACO), a few more of Pittsburgh’s elderly residents can live  more comfortably. Students joined the philanthropic organization Pittsburgh...

Campus Security Releases Report

November 19, 2009

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By RAY SMITH ([email protected]) The Allegheny College Office of Safety and Security released the 2008 Annual Security report during the month of October. The report, released every fall, keeps track of the crimes, arrests...

FMLA Celebrates Body Image

November 12, 2009

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By MEGAN KNOX ([email protected]) Allegheny’s Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) hosted its first annual “Love Your Body Carnival” on Wednesday. Shultz Hall was transformed into a funhouse to commemorate different...

Max Potter Visits Campus

November 12, 2009

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By KATIE MCHUGH ([email protected]) Maximillian Potter, part of Allegheny’s graduating class of ’93 and award-winning journalist and executive editor of Denver’s 5280 city magazine, gave a lecture entitled, “Investigative...

Park Ave. Theatre (Finally) Open for Business

November 12, 2009

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By DENISE JONES ([email protected]) After several attempts to reopen, the Park Avenue Theater finally announced its grand reopening for business this past weekend. On Nov. 6, Meadville community members and college students...

Practicing Political Activism

November 12, 2009

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By DAN BAUER ([email protected]) “D4D on the Road,” a national civic engagement workshop, made its annual stop at Allegheny on Nov. 6. D4D, which stands for “Debating For Democracy,” taught students how to advocate...

Dems and Republicans Debate the Issues

November 4, 2009

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By JAMES D’AMATO ([email protected]) Although most people would consider the political season over, the issues are still burning hot at Allegheny College. Monday, the College Democrats and Republicans met in the Campus...

Rumors of Swine Flu Debunked

October 15, 2009

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By KATIE PRENDERGAST ([email protected]) The first confirmed case of the H1N1 virus hit campus on October 7. Since then many rumors have circulated about the flu. When asked if she heard any rumors, Sarah Jones,’11, said...

North Village II Moving Forward

January 5, 2009

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By SAMANTHA HUNGERFORD ([email protected]) From the beginning of the school year, the student body has shared the campus with some 200 workers and the ever-present construction site of North Village Phase Two. Students have...

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