Allegheny Students juggle Faith and Environment

Last Sunday, I had the privilege to observe a presentation about Faith and Environment at St.Brigid church in Meadville, Pa. Pasquale DiFrancesco ’14 and Matt Mucci 14′, informed a room of fifth through eighth graders how personal decisions can hinder the environment. Through an interactive presentation, the class answered questions about their usage of certain

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You “Otter” be there!

Last Friday, I had the privilege to spend time with my Allegheny baseball teammates. We decided to take a night off of studying and venture to Erie to watch an Erie Otters hockey game. The Otters play at Erie Insurance Arena and they are a member of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). This experience is

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Special Person Brunch

Last weekend I was invited to attend a brunch held by Kappa Kappa Gamma-Gamma Rho Chapter here at Allegheny in the Tippie Alumni Center. Each member of the sorority was accompanied by a person that has made a significant impact on their live. As I looked around, the members of the sorority introduced their specials

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Lunch with a New York Times Journalist

On Gator Day, I had the privilege to spend time with my classmates and New York Times Journalist, Sheryl Stolberg. My classmates and I got the chance to have lunch at The Market House and converse informally with her . From the beginning of lunch, it was easy to see she didn’t want the lunch

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Experience of the Allegheny Advantage

For my first post on Gator blogs, I thought it would be fitting to write about how comfortable Allegheny is. I transferred to Allegheny my sophomore year and was impressed about the various perks the school offers to their students.  Allegheny has three perks that I think they do exceptionally well. The first perk is

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