The Campus

‘Making a Murderer’ makes a mess

Michael Ross, Contributing Writer

February 4, 2016

The city of Manitowoc, Wisconsin occupies just a shade under 18 square miles of the United States’ almost 4 million. Its long-held claim to fame is that it is the birthplace of the ice cream sundae, a title disputed among several...

Does Allegheny care about class and economic inequality?

Joe Tompkins, Guest Columnist

October 4, 2015

I recently gave a talk as part of the Karl Weiss Faculty Lecture series.  I have since received a number of follow-up comments and questions from various students, staff and faculty—mostly positive, some critical, but all zeroing...

The ongoing struggle of #BlackLivesMatter

Ada Zech, Contributing Writer

September 24, 2015

It is time for this nation to initiate a call to end police brutality. Too many lives have been senselessly taken by law enforcement, like Michael Brown, who was robbed of his life on Aug. 9, 2014 . Brown was an African American...

Letter to the Editor: Administration fell short in response to blackface incident

November 11, 2010

I am writing to you as an Allegheny alumna, a former Association for the Advancement of Black Culture Executive Board member and current Multicultural Coordinator/Admission Counselor for Juniata College, a school very similar...

Letter to the Editor: Campus coverage of blackface incident disappointing, says alumna

November 11, 2010

While perusing last week’s issue of The Campus, I came across ABC’s ad for the Tuesday discussion. I looked for the main article and found nothing, not even a blurb in a cramped Features corner announcing the event. Then...

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