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Blowout in Pittsburgh

Kyle Chandler, Contributing writer

October 30, 2020

A high-stakes rivalry game occurred in Pittsburgh Sunday, Oct. 18, as the Cleveland Browns rolled into town in an attempt to extend their  four-game win streak against the hometown Steelers. Little did the Browns know they were in for ...

A critical perspective on golf

Peyton Britt, Opinion editor

October 8, 2020

In the Sept. 11 issue of The Campus, I wrote extensively about the environmental harms of grass lawns, and somewhat less extensively about the ostentatious bourgeois wastefulness and patriarchal white supremacist ideas underlyi...

Browns bounce back after week 2

Kyle Chandler, Contributing writer

October 2, 2020

The Browns’ endless woes finally held off during week two as they took down their divisional rivals 35-30. The battle for Ohio was an entertaining one as the showdown between Baker Mayifeld and Joe Burrow combined for 535...

Allegheny Women’s Basketball opens season with victory

Henry Sutter, Sports Editor

November 14, 2019

The Allegheny College Women’s Basketball team opened their season with a 58-43 victory over Bethany College on Wednesday, Nov. 13, in the Wise Sport and Fitness Center. The Gators finished last season 6-20, and one of their six w...

Men’s Golf team looks to season, works toward goals

Travis Luxbacher, Sports Editor

October 3, 2019

The Allegheny Men’s Golf team season is in full swing, and a number of members of the team have high expectations and hopes for future games.  Brian Beck, ’22, described the team as close with one another, not only on the cou...

USWNT is compensated by an unlikely suitor

Taylor Renk, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2019

In the realm of athletics, income is usually based on the amount of revenue one’s team brings in per year. Common sense would tell you that the earnings per player on a World Cup-winning soccer team would be greater than a team...

Great season, bad conclusion: everything this Super Bowl did wrong

Willy Walker, Sports Editor

February 14, 2019

This year’s Super Bowl was anything but cheerful. What is supposed to be a time of happy celebration, where people put aside their political and socioeconomic differences by cheering on their favorite team with cheese dips and ...

Why golf coverage needs less of Woods

Cy Perry, Junior Opinion Editor

April 12, 2018

The professional golf season is beginning and the most famous golf tournament in the world took place this past weekend in Augusta, Ga.: The Masters. The Masters is a four day, invite-only golf tournament played at one of the mos...

The NBA All-Star Game is getting better

Cy Perry, Junior Opinion Editor

March 1, 2018

NBA commissioner Adam Silver implemented a new format for the NBA All-Star Game on Oct. 3, 2017, and despite initial skepticism, it has proved to be a good decision. The 2018 All-Star game was the 67th playing of the annual ex...

Baseball looks to bounce back

Jake Reidenbach, Junior Sports Editor

February 22, 2018

The Allegheny baseball team is looking for a bounce back season in 2018. The Gators finished last season with an overall record of 23-17. In conference, the Gators finished third in the North Coast Athletic Conference East division ...

Forner battles against tough times to break school women’s track record

Jake Reidenbach, Junior Sports Editor

February 15, 2018

At The Big Meet hosted by Grand Valley State University, a long-standing Allegheny women’s track record was broken. Emily Forner, ‘19, ran a time of 9:48.06 in the 3,000 meters on Feb. 9 in Allendale, Michigan. Her perfor...

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