Simica, Robert [Bob]

Well I think of Allegheny every day. Why you may ask? In my junior year a fraternity brother wiped out my right knee while playing “touch” football behind the house. So the aches and pains of old age center around that knee. I also remember when political science went from being a relatively easy major to being so hard that I almost did not graduate. I remember the snow. And then I remember the snow. And then I remember the snow crunching under my feet heading to the library that seemed to be heated to 100 degrees in comparison. I remember “fishbowls” and I remember the music. I listen to more »

Thompson, Paul

I remember Gator football, great teammates and coaches Chuckran and Sabol.  Have fond memories of my FIJI frat brothers and all the dumb stuff we did.  Remember Woodcock Creek keggers and fishing.  Remember my Dad taking me into George’s for our first beer together and the marvelous hot beef au jus sandwiches at Rudy’s Blue Star.  Also there are hazy memories of Senior Week—what a sweet send-off after four years as a Gator. Education after Allegheny 1978 I finished a Master of Business Administration degree at Eastern Washington U. and was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma honorary business society.  In 1981-82 the Air Force sent me to a year of more »

Kinego, Joe

I’m sure I’m not alone in this one, but I can remember using trays from the cafeteria and sliding all way down the hill from the campus into town during the winter after it had snowed (which as I recall, was pretty much every day).  It was a wild ride, but always fun.  Then trying to walk back up the hill from town to the campus in the snow was a real treat.  The saving grace was that Rose’s Pizza Villa was on the way back up to the campus!  I also remember spending some free time at Bill’s Red and White playing the pinball machine as well as walking more »