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Kids’ Night Out: 2/10

Posted on January 22, 2017 | Filed under General News

Kids’ Night Out is a great opportunity for children to come enjoy some recreational activities that include arts and crafts, movies, games, swimming and an open gym. All that parents have to do is drop off their children at Allegheny College’s Wise Center, and we take care of the rest. Supervision is provided by Allegheny student-athletes and coaches. It is for children ages 3 to 10 (must be potty trained). The cost is $15 for the first child, $5 for siblings, checks made payable to Allegheny College. On February 10, drop off: 5:30 to 6 p.m.; pick up: 9 to 9:30 p.m. Please note the change in time from previous events. Drop off at Allegheny College Wise Center, 493 Highland Ave., Meadville, Pa. Concession stand snacks will be available with pizza, drinks and other treats. Food is not included in the cost. RSVP to Ashley Hughes, or (814) 332-2828.

“Persuasion” Opening Reception: 1/24

Posted on January 22, 2017 | Filed under Events

The opening reception for “Persuasion” is Tuesday, January 24, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Doane Hall of Art in the Bowman-Penelec-Megahan Galleries just off the Campus Center. This exhibition offers a survey of government-sponsored efforts at persuasion in the twentieth century through the use of graphic art. Collaborations between government organizations and artists produced not simply advertisements, but what could be described as a form of “high art;” beautifully striking imagery combined with sharp, succinct messages for maximum emotional impact and creation of normative values and a common visual language.

The exhibit runs from January 24 to February 21, 2017, and is curated by Darren Lee Miller, Ken Pinnow, Ph.D., and Richard Schindler, Ph.D., with assistance from M. Greg Singer ’15 and Jonathan Yee ’17. The exhibit is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Internship with the World Language Program

Posted on January 22, 2017 | Filed under General News

Interested in participating in a Crawford Central School District and Allegheny College collaboration? Have you taken or are you currently in a 200-level or above language class at Allegheny? If you answered “yes” to both of these, consider participating in the World Language Program internship that sends Allegheny students to fifth-grade classes to provide an introduction to foreign language and global culture. Students give a lesson a week and are supported by classroom teachers in the schools; at the end of the semester, students have a portfolio that documents their experience and lesson plans. If you’re interested in completing the internship and earning two credits this semester through the World Language Program, please contact Professor Teresa Herrera,, for more information.

Apply to the Bonner Leader Program

Posted on January 22, 2017 | Filed under General News

The Bonner Leader Program is looking for current students interested or experienced in community-based work. Bonner Leaders are placed with a local nonprofit organization for a two-year commitment. Bonner Leaders work to recruit volunteers, develop programs for their site, and provide much-needed support for the agency. It’s a great opportunity to have a service-oriented internship that provides students with practical, real-life experience. Bonner Leaders receive financial compensation through work-study funds for a commitment of 8–10 hours a week.

Bonner Leaders serve up to 900 hours in the course of two years and have the opportunity to:

  • Serve at least two summers and one academic year OR two academic years and one summer of service (the first summer commitment is in Meadville). Summer hours include 7–8 weeks of 35 hours per week at a local or away nonprofit.
  • Attend a new Bonner orientation.
  • Participate in regular meetings and leadership training — three times a month.
  • Participate in a fall overnight retreat and a one-day spring training.

Please contact Ellen Bach, Bonner Program coordinator in Civic Engagement in the Allegheny Gateway, by email at or by phone at (814) 332-5318, to receive more information. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and can be found at this link.

Sidewalk Closure on North Main Street

Posted on January 19, 2017 | Filed under General News

Due to the lighting project taking place on campus, the sidewalk on the west side of North Main Street is closed from Loomis Street to East College Street. The closure will continue through at least February 2 (weather permitting). We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and ask that you please use the east sidewalks during this time. Physical Plant will post updates as they become available.

Architectural Documentation of Allegheny’s Historic Buildings

Posted on January 19, 2017 | Filed under General News

Allegheny Instructor Steven Utz is looking for students interested in learning the skills of architectural documentation and the submittal process of architectural drawings to the National Park Service’s Historic American Buildings Survey. HABS has been at the forefront of historic preservation in American architectural heritage since 1933. Their mission is to increase awareness, knowledge and appreciation of historic buildings throughout the United States while adding to a permanent collection of measured drawings at the Library of Congress. Students working as a team under the guidance of Mr. Utz will learn how to document historic architecture on campus through measurements, hand drawings and computer aided drafting. No experience is needed. Students will develop scaled drawings as a communication tool, transferable to many disciplines in visual and communication arts. Two academic credits are possible if registered as an internship through the Art Department. Weekly sessions will be held in Bentley Hall throughout the semester. Contact Steven Utz at or 332-2725.

Lunchtime Learning–The Year of Women in Business: Allison Palmiero Brady ’92: 1/24

Posted on January 19, 2017 | Filed under Events

Join the Center for Business and Economics on Tuesday, January 24, as we kick off “The Year of Women in Business” Lunchtime Learning series with Allison Palmiero Brady ’92, President and General Manager of Palmiero Toyota Group in Meadville. Allison will talk about her experience at Allegheny in Economics/Communication Arts and share tips on what qualities she looks for in potential intern and job candidates. Pizza will be provided beginning at 12:15 p.m.; the talk begins at 12:30 p.m. in Quigley Hall 101. (First come, first served!) For more information, contact Sarah Holt at

For Employees and Students: Gastroenteritis (Stomach/Intestinal Flu) Alert

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

This week, Winslow Health Center has received numerous phone calls from students reporting symptoms of gastroenteritis (stomach/intestinal flu). Gastroenteritis, the irritation and inflammation of the stomach and small/large intestines, can be severe and result in a loss of essential fluid and nutrients from the body. Symptoms include: abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, weakness, fever or chills, headache, and dehydration.

The Health Center should be called (814-332-4355) if any of the following occur: symptoms persisting for more than 48 hours; mucus or blood in stools; fever over 101 degrees; or severe abdominal or rectal pain. Gastroenteritis is very contagious and can be spread easily from one person to another. Reduce the chance of getting infected with frequent hand washing. Food and drink should not be shared with others.
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For Employees and Student Workers—2016 W-2 Forms

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

Your 2016 W-2 will be mailed the week of January 23 to your home address on file with Human Resources. If you would prefer to pick up your W-2 at the Human Resources Office in Bentley Hall, Room 215, please contact Chris Cramer at 332-4792 no later than Monday, January 23.

Want To Become a NaviGator?

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under Events

The Learning Commons is looking for NaviGators for the 2017–2018 academic year. The NaviGators will provide their mentees with skills and strategies to become successful college students. NaviGators will meet weekly for one-on-one coaching sessions with their assigned first-year mentees and will help in facilitating workshops offered on academic, social, or emotional transitions. Current first-year, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply to become a 2017–2018 NaviGator Mentor. This will be a paid work-study job, asking for 5–10 hours a week.

Applications must be submitted by February 10, 2017, at 5 p.m. To apply, please visit the Learning Commons website. Questions? Contact Carly Masiroff in the Learning Commons at

Call for Alternative Spring Break Participants

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

What are you doing for Spring Break? Are you considering doing something meaningful? Are you interested in service? Consider an Alternative Spring Break. Join other students in doing a week-long service-immersion experience. Learn more about yourself, others and your capacity to help make an impact in a local or national community. The 2017 alternative spring break trips are: Habitat for Humanity REACH in Roanoke, Virginia, and Lake Effect in Erie and Crawford County and Washington, D.C.

Please click here for more information and to apply. Applications are due no later than Monday, February 14, by 6 p.m. For more information, contact coordinator Charmaine Wilson at

Winterfest: 1/28

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

Allegheny Student Government and GAP are coordinating to host Winterfest, a day of winter-themed festivities including hot chocolate and cookies, snowy arts and crafts, a snowman building competition, and an evening of dance with WARC as the DJ. And to top it all off, an ice sculptor will be on campus all day carving out our very own crystalline alligator. Winterfest will take place in the Campus Center and the quad on January 28, from noon all the way through the night! Come have fun and celebrate the snow.

Live Globally in the Max Kade International Wing

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

Want to learn more about other cultures by living with people of diverse backgrounds? Want to enjoy apartment-style amenities and the convenience of living on campus while part of a globally aware community? Have you studied abroad and desire to share your experience? Are you interested in using and improving your language and intercultural communication skills? Come live in the Max Kade International Wing of North Village! Choose from residences focusing on Chinese, German, Spanish, French or Arabic/Middle East/North African interests or either of two general International Interest houses.

Please click here for more information and to apply. Financial aid is available for students with demonstrated (FAFSA) need.

Spring 2017 Mindfulness Practice

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

Please join us for a short Mindfulness Practice on Mondays and Thursdays at the PAM House (Prayer and Meditation—next door to Arter) from 12:20-12:50 p.m. No experience necessary! Contact Jennifer Hellwarth (, Jane Ellen Nickell (, or Sharon Wesoky ( if you have any questions.

Community Yoga Class

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

The Dance and Movement Studies Program is offering a community yoga class twice weekly, Tuesday 5–6:15 p.m. and Saturday 1–2:15 p.m., from January 24 through April 29. The class will be taught by James Reedy, and the fee is $10 per class. Drop-ins are welcome. We will focus on postural flow supported by conscious breathing and active stillness. All necessary props are supplied. Class is held in the Montgomery upper studio. For more information, call (814) 332-2813.

Musicians for Civic Symphony

Posted on January 18, 2017 | Filed under General News

Do you play a wind, percussion, or string instrument? Are you interested in playing “the classics” as well as new repertoire? The Allegheny College Civic Symphony is looking for interested musicians — especially violins, violas, and trombone players! — to perform with the group. Rehearsals occur Mondays 7–9:30 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium, and the spring concert will be performed on Saturday, April 29, at 3:15 p.m. Repertoire this semester focuses on dance-related music — from ballets, folk tunes from around the world, and more! Please contact Prof. Jennifer Dearden at if interested. Students will receive academic credit for playing, and faculty and staff are also welcome to join!

URSCA Office Announcements

Posted on January 17, 2017 | Filed under General News

The Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities (URSCA) Office has several announcements to share for spring 2017.
First, the annual Sigma Xi Undergraduate Research and Creative Accomplishment Conference will be held at Penn State Behrend on Saturday, April 22. Students conducting projects in any discipline are invited to submit proposals to present at this conference. Please talk with your faculty mentor or advisor about your interest in doing so. The deadline to submit is Feb. 22 and more information is found at the website here.
Second, we are excited to coordinate the first full celebration day at Allegheny College–the Symposium for Allegheny Gator Excellence (SAGE) on Tuesday, May 2. We will host events throughout the day that allow students to showcase their URSCA, Civic Engagement, International, and other work. The Senior Project poster session will take place on this day, as well as the award ceremony for the Pelletier Library Undergraduate Research Award (apply here). Please stay tuned for more details about how to participate.
Finally, funds are still available through the URSCA office for students traveling to present their work at professional conferences. Students who applied in the fall should receive their award letters in the next two weeks. Students who would like to apply for the spring should email the director of URSCA, Aimee Knupsky, for the application at

Save the Date–Third Annual Children’s Dental Fair: 2/18

Posted on January 17, 2017 | Filed under Events

The Allegheny College Pre-Dental Society is pleased to announce the date for the Third Annual Children’s Dental Health Fair. The event will take place on Saturday, February 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lew Davies Community Building (1034 Park Ave). The event was created as a fun and educational program that promotes good dental health and local dental resources in honor of February being Children’s Dental Health Awareness month. Any questions or those interested in volunteering at the event should contact Matt Zaborowski at More information can be found here. Please come smile with the Allegheny College Pre-Dental Society and the Meadville Medical Center as they host the Third Annual Children’s Dental Health Fair! #Meadvillesmiles

Apply to Join the Writing Consultant Staff: 2/13

Posted on January 17, 2017 | Filed under General News

The Learning Commons seeks applications from students interested in joining the writing consultant staff. Consultants work with their peers on specific assignments as well as general writing concerns, and thus develop hands-on teaching experience. Most importantly, consultants help empower others to discover their greatest potential as writers. We encourage applications from all majors–natural science, social science, humanities, communications, fine arts, interdisciplinary, and even undeclared. We also encourage speakers of languages other than English to apply.
Required qualifications include an open mind, a willingness to learn, and an interest in helping others become stronger, more confident writers; a solid academic record, strong interpersonal skills, and a sense of humor are advantageous. To apply, please complete the application form and submit a brief personal statement along with a writing sample to Professor Hart at The deadline for applications is Monday, February 13.

New RA Information Sessions

Posted on January 17, 2017 | Filed under General News

Interested in being a resident assistant for the 2017-2018 academic year? Learn about this unique leadership development opportunity, the application process including important dates, and the expectations of the position. Please attend one of the following informational meetings:
Friday, January 20, at noon in Campus Center 301/302
Monday, January 23, at noon in Campus Center 301/302
Monday, January 23, at 4 p.m. in the Reis Hall Treasure Room
Wednesday, January 25, at 6 p.m. in the Reis Hall Treasure Room
Wednesday, January 25, at 7 p.m. in the IDEAS Center
If you are unable to make any of these times, please contact us at to set up a time to chat with a staff member.

Faculty Lecture Series Talk by Angela Keysor: 1/25

Posted on January 17, 2017 | Filed under Events

The January talk in the Karl W. Weiss ’87 Faculty Lecture Series for 2016-17 will be held on Wednesday, January 25, at 7 p.m. in Campus Center 301/302. Angela Keysor, assistant professor in the Department of History, will present “Racial Borders of Belonging: Community Networks of Care, African Americans and Citizenship in Massachusetts, 1780-1810” A more detailed description of the talk can be found here. Read more…

Wells Fargo Sophomore Leaders Conference Applications Open

Posted on January 16, 2017 | Filed under General News

Current sophomores: Want a free and invaluable experience that will help you gain paid summer internships? Then the Wells Fargo Sophomore Leaders Conference is for you. All majors can apply. Applications are due January 22, 2017. How effective is this program? Ellie Najewicz ’17 completed this program and it resulted in a paid summer internship for her in Charlotte, N.C., following her sophomore year and a paid summer internship in San Francisco, Calif., following her junior year.

PULSE Recruiting Open Houses

Posted on January 16, 2017 | Filed under General News

Serve. Lead. Transform. In community. Join us. PULSE cultivates a community of young leaders to transform Pittsburgh and invites recent college graduates to partner with Pittsburgh nonprofits for a year of service and leadership. We are hosting two upcoming Open Houses:
Tuesday, January 24, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the PULSE Stanton House in the East End. Check out the Facebook Event.
Saturday, February 18, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the PULSE Chester House in the Northside. Check out the Facebook Event.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about PULSE: Please visit our website and check out our current Fellows. Applications for the 2017-2018 program year are due March 1, 2017. Connect with PULSE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@pulsepittsburgh). Contact our Recruiting Coordinator Jonnett Maurer: or (412) 361-0124.

Invitation for Faculty to Interview Candidates for the Director of International Education

Posted on January 15, 2017 | Filed under General News

Faculty are invited to sign up for the opportunity to meet with and interview finalists for the Director of International Education (Gateway) position. Three candidates will be coming to campus in the next two weeks, and the interview session for faculty is scheduled from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. on each day in the Pelletier Collaboratory:
Lucinda Morgan, Monday, January 23
Sarah Speir, Friday, January 27
Lefteris Michael, Monday, January 30
Any faculty member interested in participating in one or more of these interview sessions should email Terry Bensel ( and Rhonda Hershelman ( by 5 p.m. on Thursday, January 19, so that we can confirm space, provide information on the applicant, and share a rating/feedback form with you. Questions about the search for a Director of International Education in general can be directed to Terry Bensel.

For Employees: 2017 Retirement Contributions

Posted on January 15, 2017 | Filed under General News

The amount you can contribute to your retirement account in 2017 has not changed from 2016. For most employees, the maximum before-tax contribution is $18,000. If you are age 50 or older in 2017, you can contribute an additional $6,000 before taxes. All of your contributions go into the plan on a before-tax basis so you reduce the amount of federal income tax you pay.
If you are interested in contributing to the supplemental retirement plan, you can do so on a pre-tax basis or through a Roth 403(b) on an after-tax basis. The benefit of the Roth is qualified withdrawals during retirement are tax-free. If you anticipate being in a higher tax bracket when you retire, you may benefit from making Roth contributions at a lower tax rate now and receiving distributions tax-free when you retire. If you are interested in participating in the retirement or supplemental plan, or maximizing your current contribution, please contact the Office of Human Resources at Ext. 2312 for more information.

Donate Mugs and Spoons, Please

Posted on January 15, 2017 | Filed under General News

Grounds for Change is asking for your help, as we will be accepting mug and spoon donations throughout the semester. If you happen to have any spares, etc., GFC would be grateful for your kindness and generosity. We hope you have had a restful winter break and that you enjoy your last day before classes start.

Sign Up for AFTV’s 48-Hour Film Festival: 2/3-5

Posted on January 12, 2017 | Filed under Events

Love movies and want to try your hand at making your own? Assemble a team and sign up for the Allegheny Film and Television’s 48-Hour Film Festival. No experience or equipment are necessary. The festival will take place from February 3-5 and each team will have exactly 48 hours to write, film, and edit a video. Click here to sign up by January 30.

Adult Tang Soo Do Classes

Posted on January 12, 2017 | Filed under General News

The Allegheny College Dance & Movement Studies Program will host Adult Martial Arts classes in the Korean form Tang Soo Do. John Guthrie will teach the classes on Monday evenings from 5:45 to 7:15 p.m. in Montgomery Gymnasium. Classes will begin on Monday, January 23. The $250 fee will cover the semester-long course and includes a uniform. The class will have limited space. Call (814) 573-9692 or the DMS Office (814) 332-2813 for more information.

Volunteer at the Soup Kitchen

Posted on January 10, 2017 | Filed under General News

Get involved in the Meadville community by volunteering at the Stone Church soup kitchen two to four times per month this semester. To sign up, fill out this form. You will then be contacted about doing a brief orientation.

Summer Research Internship at the Jackson Center

Posted on January 8, 2017 | Filed under General News

The Robert H. Jackson Center offers internships for college students as a major part of its educational mission. Internships are not limited to Law & Policy students or students planning to go to law school; all students currently enrolled at Allegheny College may apply. An interest in research and writing is the most important qualification for the internship.
Interns will work directly with the staff of the Robert H. Jackson Center as they determine their project. Each project will allow the intern to experience the legal profession through the life and career of Robert H. Jackson, a major figure in the history of the United States. Areas of work are subject to discussion and will reflect the skills and interests of the intern and the needs of the Jackson Center. Some possibilities include the following: Read more…

For Employees: TIAA Consultations

Posted on January 8, 2017 | Filed under General News

A representative from TIAA will be on campus for individual counseling sessions on the following dates and locations:
January 31 — Campus Center, Room 318
February 22 — Campus Center, Room 318
March 16 — Campus Center, Room 317
May 25 — Campus Center, Room 206
June 8 — Campus Center, Room 317
You can discuss your personal financial situation with an experienced TIAA financial consultant on a confidential basis. The TIAA rep can help you with questions such as: Am I invested in the right mix of investments to help meet my goals? Am I saving enough to create the retirement income I will need? Register for a session to get an action plan created especially for you. RSVP as soon as you can as space is limited. You can register at or call (800) 732-8353 weekdays, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

For Student Workers: Exemption from Meadville Local Service Tax (LST)

Posted on December 13, 2016 | Filed under General News

In order to continue exemption from the Meadville Local Services Tax, you must file at the beginning of each calendar year, as your 2016 exemption will not apply in 2017. To do so, complete the Local Services Tax Exemption Certificate and return the form to the Payroll Office, Bentley Hall 215, prior to the first payroll in January. Until a 2017 form is completed and returned to the Payroll Office, the tax will be deducted from your 2017 paychecks. For questions, please call the Payroll Office at 332-4792.

Big Idea Competition 2017: “Shark Tank” Allegheny style

Posted on December 11, 2016 | Filed under General News

The Center for Business & Economics is offering you a chance to bring your big idea to fruition and win some big prize money in the process. Click here for more information and sign up now for spring courses/workshops to help teams prepare. Categories include For-Profit Business, Social Venture, Research Project or Community Engagement Initiative.

EL Travel Seminar Proposals

Posted on December 8, 2016 | Filed under General News

The Study Away and Campus Internationalization Committee (SACIC) invites proposals for May 2018 EL Travel Seminars. Proposals are due by February 1, 2017. You may consult the May 2018 EL Travel Seminar Proposal Packet here for more information. Please submit your proposal to the Study Away and Campus Internationalization Committee at

Winter Maintenance Plan and Energy and Comfort Policy

Posted on December 7, 2016 | Filed under General News

Winter weather in Northwest Pennsylvania is a challenge for residents and visitors alike. We’ve developed two new resources to ensure the winter is safe and comfortable for all:
Winter Maintenance Plan
On average we receive 120 inches of snow each year. As a residential campus that houses over 1,900 students, Allegheny College rarely closes for inclement weather. Although snow and ice removal is the top priority for the Physical Plant Department during this time of year, we encourage all residents and visitors to wear appropriate footwear for the weather and to exercise caution when walking and driving throughout the campus. Our first priority is ensuring access to the campus for safety vehicles (fire lanes) as well as for delivery of services (employee parking lots). Within campus, main pedestrian routes to dining facilities, academic buildings and administration buildings are priorities. Details of our approach to specific areas of campus may be found in the Winter Maintenance Plan.
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VITA Recruiting Tax Preparers

Posted on November 1, 2016 | Filed under General News

The Meadville Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is a free tax preparation service available for Meadville/Crawford County residents. VITA is now recruiting students and staff for the four-credit Tax Internship course. Volunteers will be trained in January and will assist residents with income-tax preparation from February through April 2017. VITA enhances valuable skills for students, looks great on a resume, and facilitates engagement in our community. The Meadville VITA program assisted more than 1,000 local taxpayers in 2016. We invite you to become a tax preparer for the upcoming semester. If you are interested in taking this course but have questions, please email To take the course, use a signature card to sign up for ECON 501 or INTDS 590 with Professor Sickafuse. Meadville VITA is a collaborative program sponsored by the Meadville Public Library, Allegheny College, and the IRS.

Important FAFSA Changes for the 2017-18 Academic Year

Posted on September 26, 2016 | Filed under General News

Students and their families should be aware that starting with the 2017-18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid, there will be two major changes:
1) You’ll be able to submit your FAFSA earlier. Students and parents (as appropriate) will be able to file a 2017-18 FAFSA as early as October 1, 2016 rather than January 1, 2017. This earlier submission date will be a permanent change enabling students to complete and submit a FAFSA as early as October 1 every year. To complete the 2017-18 FAFSA click here. (Please note: To receive your maximum financial aid eligibility, please file your FAFSA by Allegheny College’s new priority deadline of February 15, 2017.)
2) Prior-Prior Year (PPY). Students and parents (as appropriate) will report income information from an earlier tax year. For example, on the 2017-18 FAFSA, students and parents will report their 2015 income information rather than their 2016 income information. This change will make the FAFSA easier to complete because you’ll already have done your taxes for 2015 by the time you fill out your FAFSA. This means you won’t have to estimate your income information, and you can automatically import your tax information directly onto your FAFSA using the Data Retrieval Tool (DRT). For more information regarding the 2017-18 FAFSA please click here or contact the Financial Aid Office at (800) 835-7780.

Deadlines for My Allegheny

Posted on August 25, 2013 | Filed under General News

Here are a few things to remember about My Allegheny: Items for My Allegheny must be submitted by 4 p.m. in order to be posted to My Allegheny the following day. Items are not posted on Saturday or Sunday except for Safety Alerts. Items to be posted on Monday must be received by 4 p.m. the previous Friday. Submissions are automatically removed after an event has passed. Please note that due to the volume of postings we receive we cannot re-post items. Academic events are also listed in the calendar box to the right of the postings to give them greater visibility and so that you can quickly see lectures, concerts, gallery shows and other events related to our lives as scholars. Questions about My Allegheny? Contact Rick Stanley at 332-4395 or