The Campus

Naming children after social media

Jen Rodriguez, Senior Opinion Editor

August 23, 2018

One of the most interesting things you can learn about yourself is what your namesake is. Finding out what or who you were named after can be a worthwhile exploration. Asking about namesakes is a super fascinating conversation ...

Men of letters

Chris Brindle, Opinion Editor

March 8, 2018

The Library of Congress announced on Dec. 26, 2017, that it had received a copy of every public tweet ever posted, and that it will archive all future tweets. The goal of this endeavor is to “acquire and preserve a record of ...

Student: Ignore societal pressure; set your own pace

Megan Greig, Contributing Writer

August 27, 2015

The amount of pressure put on students to stay with their age group in this country’s educational system is pointless and toxic. The implicit shame of taking an extra year or two at any stage in one’s education starts out...

Student finds fault in civility on campus

Brianna Cusanno, Contributing Writer

March 26, 2015

Since I started at Allegheny College last semester one thing has become clear to me about this community; we care more about keeping conversations ‘civil’ than ending oppression. Many of us prioritize how someone looks an...

The Simple Things

The Simple Things

November 6, 2014

Active Minds: Positive thinking combats high stress levels

LEAH RUDGE, Contributing writer

November 6, 2014

This November, Active Minds is celebrating self-care month. As the semester comes to an end and stress levels increase, everyone could use a positive little pick me up to get them to winter break. In fact, researchers have found...

Allegheny students need Gator Day

EYLIE BUEHLER, Contributing writer

November 6, 2014

Gator Day was created in order to prepare students for their future. According to the Allegheny website, Gator Days are a chance for the Gator community to explore interests they may not have had the opportunity to otherwise examine. The...

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