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Ford Chapel Instrument Chimes in With New Sounds on Allegheny Campus

Junior music major Jacob Sutter drops his coat and backpack in a pew in the balcony of Ford Memorial Chapel on a chilly December morning and fires up the small keyboard in front of him. Soon the strains of the “Bell Tree Peal” are resounding across the Allegheny College campus. That’s followed by “Be Thou

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Allegheny College researchers find potential new species while researching bee diversity

Pity the poor honeybee: Populations of one of the world’s leading pollinators are plummeting, the result of urbanization, pesticide use and disease. There were 2.59 million honeybee colonies on January 1, 2016, down 8 percent from the 2.82 million present a year earlier for operations with five or more colonies, according to a new USDA

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