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‘I Can’t Breathe’ protests: calls for justice, peace and systemic change

Matthew Steinberg, Contributing Writer

June 4, 2020

In the wake of George Floyd’s horrific death at the hands of four Minneapolis police officers, protests calling for justice and systemic change have organized across the United States. Demonstrations first began in the Twin Citie...

ASG welcomes Assistant Dean of Student Conduct Hall

Sara Holthouse, News Editor

November 8, 2018

Continuing its discussion and planning after the September student protests, Allegheny Student Government welcomed Joe Hall to its general assembly meeting. ASG invited Hall, assistant dean of student conduct, to give a pres...

ASG passes resolution on assembly guidelines

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

April 13, 2017

Allegheny Student Government voted on Tuesday, April 11, to approve Resolution 17-03 which declared ASG’s position on the college’s Peaceful Assembly Guidelines. “We call upon the Dean of Students Office, the Campus Life...

Campus activists plan for future

Joseph Tingley, News Editor

December 8, 2016

Approximately 20 students gathered in Quigley Hall Auditorium on Tuesday, Dec. 6, to voice ideas for prospective action that could be taken against what they believe is hate-inspired rhetoric of Donald Trump. The event was m...

Campus protests reflect national trends

April 26, 2011

In the span of six weeks during the spring semester, Allegheny College saw four major student-organized protests.   This string of protests represents the most political activity the college has seen two years. But it may...

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Journals from Tahrir Square

February 18, 2011

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