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COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

Posted on June 1, 2021 | Filed under Alerts

Visit the Allegheny COVID-19 website for the latest updates regarding Allegheny’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pelletier Hours for Finals Week

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under General News

Pelletier Library will be open the following hours through Finals Week and the end of the Fall 2021 semester:

Wednesday 12/8 – 7:30 AM – 2:00 AM
Thursday 12/9 – 7:30 AM – 2:00 AM
Friday 12/10 – 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 12/11 – 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday 12/12 – 12:00 PM – 2:00 AM
Monday 12/13 – 7:30 AM – 2:00 AM
Tuesday 12/14 – 7:30 AM – 2:00 AM
Wednesday 12/15 – 7:30 AM – 7:00 PM

DEI Across Multiple Disciplines – Poster Presentation Thurs., 12/9, 2-4 pm Pelletier Library

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under Events

The four FS101 sections comprising the Allegheny Honors Program invite you to a poster presentation open to the entire campus community for the culmination of their Capstone Project. The theme of the posters is Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Across Multiple Disciplines. The students did group projects to represent this theme as it pertains to the subject of their FS 101 Seminar, specifically: “Listening to Everything”, “Arabs and Muslims in Media, Television and Film”, “Busted or Confirmed: Critical Thinking Mythbusters’ Style” and “Outbreaks, Epidemics and Other Public Health Issues”. If you have questions, please contact lfrench@allegheny.edu.

Late Night Breakfast: 12/8

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under General News

It’s everyone’s favorite event of the semester…Late Night Breakfast! Bundle up and join us outside of Brooks TONIGHT to enjoy some FREE breakfast and festive music with DJ Miguel! See you at 10PM after The Sycamore!

Call for shoutouts and announcements for staff!

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under General News

Please submit your shoutouts and announcements recognizing staff employees! The next All-Staff Meeting is this Friday, December 10. A link to join will be sent the week of the meeting.

Share a shoutout for any staff member or office who is doing something great. It can be a thank you, a recognition, or just a hello!

Submit your items here.

Wind Symphony Percussion openings

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Allegheny College Wind Symphony (symphonic band) has spring semester openings for percussionists. Battery and mallet percussion are both needed, and the ability to read music is required. The Wind Symphony (Music 112) carries one academic credit, and meets on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12:20 to 1:10pm. Interested students should email Dr. Hepler at lhepler@allegheny.edu.

The Sycamore-Holiday Edition: Wednesday, 12/8, 4:30-9:30

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under General News

Your favorite on-campus pop-up pub is back TODAY! Join us for the final Sycamore event for this semester, today, Wednesday, December 8th from 4:30-9:30 in Reis Hall. There will be food, beverages, the Egg Detectives student improv group, an Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest, Free Mocktails, and an Open Mic Night; sign up here for an Open Mic time slot or use the link in The Sycamore’s Instagram bio @thesycamoreac.

Work-Out Your Stress: Yoga on 12/8

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under General News

Come unwind and release stress with this 45-minute yoga class. This class is great for all fitness levels and no equipment is required! This class is open only to actively enrolled students.

Class will take place this Wednesday from 4pm-4:45pm. Hope to see you there!

Located in the Wise Center Dance Studio. Please email Dani (dpecar@allegheny.edu) with any questions.

Vote for French Creek to be the 2022 River of the Year

Posted on December 7, 2021 | Filed under General News

Creek Connections invites the campus community to vote for our community treasure, French Creek, in an online contest for the 2022 Pennsylvania River of the Year. You can vote once per email address until January 14. Vote here. Learn more about French Creek and the three other nominees here. Vote and share with your family and friends so we can celebrate French Creek next year as the 2022 PA River of the Year!

Information for the All College Change Period

Posted on December 6, 2021 | Filed under General News

Starting today, Tuesday, December 7, registration is open for all students to adjust their schedules. Students may now register for up to 20 credits. The overload form for Module 1 courses is located here. This is for Module 1 courses only. The overload form to take more than 20 credits in Spring 2022 will open on Monday, January 17, at the start of the Spring semester.

Please note that some course caps and restrictions have changed, per faculty request. Many courses, particularly those in Module 1, are now signature-restricted, so that faculty can address their waiting lists. However, new seats in Module 1 ARE available.

For course instructors with signature courses, please use the “Signature Course Consent” tab (and ONLY this tab until January 18) to grant students permission to enroll.

Please email questions to registrar@allegheny.edu.

Registration is open for the 2022 Winter Involvement Fair!

Posted on December 6, 2021 | Filed under General News

We are officially looking for Student Organizations, Campus Departments, or any other College Services that would like to have a table at the 2022 Winter Involvement Fair. If you believe that you have an exciting opportunity to share with the students of Allegheny, then you are what we are looking for! Please note that this is open to all organizations recognized by ASG, Student Life, and Allegheny departments that offer spring semester and summer involvement opportunities for 2022. The event will take place on January 20th from 5pm to 7pm in the Campus Center. The last day to register for the event is January 14th @ 4pm. Please use this link to sign up.

New Mod 1 English 110!

Posted on December 6, 2021 | Filed under General News

Professor Graham Barnhart will be offering a new section of English 110: Introduction to Literary Studies in Module 1, meeting at 1:30 p.m. The focus will be on literary texts and their film or TV adaptations. Course work will include viewings of the adaptations as well as readings of the original texts.

Provost Ron Cole’s Open Student Time: 12/8

Posted on December 5, 2021 | Filed under General News

Provost Ron Cole is available for open student time each week; this week will be Wednesday, December 8. He will be available to meet in person in the Campus Center lobby from noon to 1:00PM. Future open student time will be posted on MyAllegheny on a weekly basis.

Advanced Workshop in Fiction Reading Series: 12/6 & 12/8

Posted on December 5, 2021 | Filed under Events

Join us in the Tillotson Room (Tippie Alumni Center) for a celebratory reading from Advanced Workshop in Fiction students. Readings will take place on Monday (12/6) and Wednesday (12/8) from 11:30am-12:45pm. This event is sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta.

Featuring on Monday (12/6): Maggie Baham, Katherine Esser, Dylan Hoover, Christina Kljunich, and Hayley Simon

Featuring on Wednesday (12/8): Kyle DiPofi, Jaedon Williford, Meghann Huya, Ben Kosbie, Sydney Emerson, and Roman Hladio

This event is open to the campus community. Those interested in or are currently studying English with an emphasis on Creative Writing are encouraged to attend.

View a poster for the event here.

Nominate Allegheny Faculty and Staff for Teaching and Service Awards

Posted on December 5, 2021 | Filed under General News

All members of the Allegheny community are encouraged to submit nominations for faculty and staff awards including the Julian Ross Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Thoburn Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the Robert T. Sherman Distinguished Service Award. Award recipients are selected by a committee of alumni who rely on the information in your nominations to make their decisions.

The nomination form can be found here, along with a list of previous recipients. Nominations are due by January 31, 2022. For more information, please contact Phil Foxman at pfoxman@allegheny.edu or 814-332-5383. Thank you!

Free STI Clinic at Winslow: 12/7

Posted on December 5, 2021 | Filed under General News

Winslow Health Center, in collaboration with Meadville Medical Center, is bringing Family Planning services to campus. A Sexually Transmitted Infections clinic is scheduled to take place Tuesday, December 7th from 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Winslow Health Center. No exam is required and testing is open to all currently enrolled students. Important: Due to COVID regulations, WHC can only have a few students in the waiting area at a time, so please arrive no more than five minutes before your scheduled appointment to fill out paperwork. Others, such as friends or partners, cannot accompany you to the appointment. Masks are required, regardless of vaccination status, and social distancing guidelines will be observed.

If you would like to participate in this free clinic, please call Winslow at (814) 332-4355 to schedule an appointment. As a reminder, students MUST have an appointment to be tested – no walk-ins will be accepted.

LITS Is Hiring!

Posted on December 5, 2021 | Filed under General News

We have positions available for both the upcoming Winter Break and Spring 2022 Semester.

We are hiring for the following positions: InfoDesk, Wrecking Ball Cafe, and Winnowing Project. If interested in a position, please fill out this form to apply. Job descriptions can be found within the form. Please note that the Wrecking Ball Cafe will not be open during the break.

If you have any questions, please contact Kirsten Hauser, khauser@allegheny.edu or (814) 332-3768.

Craft Corner: Ugly Sweater Decorating 12/6 & 12/7

Posted on December 5, 2021 | Filed under General News

The last Craft Corner of the semester. The Game Room will provide supplies for ugly sweater/sweatshirt decorating on Monday, Dec. 6 and Tuesday, Dec. 7, between noon and midnight. Stop by and create your tacky, gaudy masterpiece! Then plan to attend The Sycamore event on December 8 and enter the ugly sweater contest!

M1 Course Spots Available

Posted on December 2, 2021 | Filed under General News

To permit more students to find a seat in an M1 course, the instructors for THTR*161, THTR*162 (morning time slot) and THTR*163 (afternoon time slot) will waive the prerequisite for these studio-style courses. Each course is 2 credits and will have minimal work outside of class, so taking 2 courses at the same time (163 + 161 or 162) will be a manageable workload. Contact the individual instructors, who are listed in Self-Service.

M1 LS 110: The Study of Studying Added

Posted on December 2, 2021 | Filed under General News

LS 110: The Study of Studying has been added as a Module 1 course. The course is open to first year and sophomore students. This 2 credit course provides students with an introductory study of the competencies critical to academic success. Students will explore effective study techniques and classroom strategies such as exam and note taking and reading, listening, and thinking skills. For more information please stop by Student Success or contact Erin O’Day-Frye at eoday@allegheny.edu.

Register for DMS 202/302 Upper Level Ballet Spring 2022

Posted on December 2, 2021 | Filed under General News

Do you have previous ballet training, but have not taken DMS 102 Ballet I? You can still register for DMS 202 Upper Level Ballet for spring 2022 even if you have not taken DMS 102, although some ballet experience is necessary. The class meets Tuesday and Thursday from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. in the Wise Center Dance Studio.

Register for DMS 204/304 Jazz Dance II Spring 2022

Posted on December 2, 2021 | Filed under General News

Do you want to keep moving into the Spring? Do you have previous Jazz training, but have not taken DMS 104 Jazz I? You can still register fo DMS 204 Jazz Dance II for spring 2022 even if you have not taken DMS 104, although some ballet experience is necessary. The class meets Monday and Wednesday from 10:40am -12:10 p.m. in the Montgomery Lower Studio. Just contact Gretchen Myers (instructor) at gmyers@allegheny.edu OR Betsy Getschman Sumerfield at bsumerfi@allegheny.edu to waive prerequisites on a case-by-case basis.

ASG Clubs: Turn in all reimbursement requests by 12/10/21

Posted on December 2, 2021 | Filed under General News

The last day to turn in Club reimbursement requests for this semester is Friday, 12/10/21. Please include original receipts. You may drop off at the ASG office or Student Life Suite, Attn: Stacy. Both are located on the 3rd floor of the Campus Center.

Improv Comedy Show: 12/8

Posted on December 2, 2021 | Filed under General News

Has the end of classes cracked your shell? Studying for finals scrambled your brain? Come celebrate the last day of classes with the Egg Detectives, Allegheny’s only improv comedy troupe, and relax as these devilishly funny improvisers crack jokes and crack yolks! The Eggs will perform in Grounds for Change on December 8th at 8 PM.

List of Available Spring 2022 Courses Available on Registrar’s Website

Posted on December 1, 2021 | Filed under General News

For students and advisors: please note that some new courses have recently become available, and there are existing classes without prerequisites that still have open seats. Please visit the Registrar’s website for updates.

Religion in American Life — Newly opened spring course offering

Posted on December 1, 2021 | Filed under General News

A newly opened section of Relst 180, Religion in American Life, has opened for Module 2 of spring semester courses. Class meets Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:20-4:50. Please see the course catalog in https://selfservice.allegheny.edu/ for further details.

Wise Center Front Desk Workers Needed During Winter Break

Posted on December 1, 2021 | Filed under General News

If you are interested in working the front desk at the Wise Center during any of the dates from Dec 13th to Jan 17th, please contact jluteran@allegheny.edu. You do not have to be here for all of those dates.

Sign up for Open Mic Night @ The Sycamore–Wednesday, 12/8

Posted on November 30, 2021 | Filed under General News

Your favorite on-campus pop-up pub is back! Join us for the final Sycamore event for this semester on Wednesday, December 8th from 4:30-9:30 in Reis Hall. There will be food, beverages, the Egg Detectives student improv group, an Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest, Free Mocktails, and an Open Mic Night; sign up here for an Open Mic time slot or use the link in The Sycamore’s Instagram bio @thesycamoreac.

Please Remember Your Mask for Basketball Games

Posted on November 30, 2021 | Filed under General News

This is just a friendly reminder that masks are required at all varsity basketball games, so please remember to bring one with you for all home games at the James H. Mullen Jr. Arena. We look forward to seeing you in attendance. Thank you!

Sign Up Now for Intramural Basketball

Posted on November 30, 2021 | Filed under General News

Intramural Basketball is back and it’s time to start thinking about who you want on your team. Our basketball tournament will be starting February 27th and ending March 13th. All of the games will be held on Sunday nights. Team sign-ups will be available until midnight on February 19th. You can find the link here! Team Captains, please email all of your teammates this link so they can sign the waiver or else they will not be allowed to play. Check out the AC Basketball League website here for updates on teams, game times, and all other tournament updates! Questions? Contact prices2@allegheny.edu or jluteran@allegheny.edu.

Sign up for an Advertising Study!

Posted on November 30, 2021 | Filed under General News

Would you like to win a Gift Card by simply watching commercials? If so… We want you for a study in Quigley from December 2nd to 15th!

To register, please use this link or email bayaraaa@allegheny.edu. The study is being conducted by Arigun Bayaraa and Dr. Gaia Rancati from the Department of Business and Economics.

Gator Pep Band is Back! (Corrected Meeting Date & Time)

Posted on November 30, 2021 | Filed under General News

Any student, faculty, or staff member who is interested in bringing some musical Gator Spirit to our campus is invited to an open organizational meeting & rehearsal on Thursday, 12/9 from 1:30-3pm in Arnold 202. If you are able to read music and play an instrument, we would love to hear from you — please contact Prof. Matt Rush at mrush@allegheny.edu with any questions. One or two additional rehearsals will occur the week of January 24 to prepare to play at the Men’s and Women’s Basketball home games vs. Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday, January 29.

WLC 390 Special Topics Asian American Film and Video in Module 2, Spring 2022

Posted on November 29, 2021 | Filed under General News

Interested in film studies, ethnic studies, or the Asian American experience? In Module 2, Spring 2022, the topic for WLC 390 Special Topics is Asian American Film and Video, which takes place at 1:30–3 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This is a 4-credit course. It studies Asian American films and stories as a genre closely tied to political and social events and issues from the early 20th century to the present. By investigating representations of Asians and Asian Americans in the genre, students catch a glimpse of Asian American history — immigration, assimilation, and struggle against institutional racism, locate the themes, styles, and perspectives, and grasp the complexity of intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality. While the course primarily focuses on interpreting and discussing existing movies/video, students are encouraged to create their own personal stories using various forms of digital media as the final project for the course.

No prerequisites for the class. If you are interested in film studies, ethnic studies or the Asian American experiences, this course would be for you. Simply find WLC-390 Special Topics in the course catalogue and then sign up for it. If you have any questions, please contact Professor Xiaoling Shi at xshi@allegheny.edu.

Today is GivingTuesday!

Posted on November 29, 2021 | Filed under General News

Today is GivingTuesday — a global day of generosity — and Allegheny will once again be participating! This year’s focus will be removing the financial barriers that can prevent Allegheny students from realizing their full potential and completing their degree. We hope GivingTuesday will make a meaningful difference in the lives of Allegheny students and their families. Visit allegheny.edu/givingtuesday to follow along or participate. The first 750 gifts, no matter the size, will be eligible for a special match of an additional $100 by our Board of Trustees to support Gator Success Grants. Even more exciting —- once we reach this goal of 750 donations, Professor Nancy Newton Smith ’74 and Trustee Rob Smith ’73 have committed to making an incredible $100,000 gift also supporting this important initiative. Please join us. Thank you!

End Of Fall Semester Shuttle to PIT Airport/Megabus

Posted on November 29, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Office of Student Leadership & Involvement and ASG are sponsoring shuttle transportation from campus to the PIT airport on December 11th, 15th, and 16th. Transportation to the Megabus station on 12/16 only. Reservations with non-refundable payment made by midnight on December 7th are $20. If space is available after the initial deadline, the cost is $30. To view the airport shuttle schedule and to register, click here.

Questions? Email: sli@allegheny.edu or call during business hours at 814-332-2754. YOU MUST HAVE A PAID RESERVATION TO BOARD THE SHUTTLE.

Still looking for a class? Take an Arabic Language or Culture Course!!

Posted on November 28, 2021 | Filed under General News

Did you know that only 1% of college students in the US study Arabic, but that there is big demand for Arabic speakers? That means you have a lot less competition for jobs that ask for knowledge of Arabic! Part of learning a language is learning about the cultures. So, consider taking an Arabic language course or a culture class to learn about the music, cuisine, media, etc. of the Arabic-speaking world. In Spring 2022, we are offering 3 courses that do not have prerequisites:

ARAB 110: Beginning Arabic I
ARAB 130: Introduction to Arab Cultures
ARAB 370: Arab and Muslim Voices Post 9/11

Free Skate Rental at the MARC with Allegheny ID

Posted on November 22, 2021 | Filed under General News

Allegheny Recreation and the MARC (Meadville Area Recreation Complex) have partnered again so anyone with an Allegheny ID can get free skate rentals during their open skating times. This includes all students, staff, and faculty. Just show your Allegheny ID and all you have to do is pay $5 for admission and you get free ice skates. Click here to see their public skating times. You can take the CATA bus on blue route “B” to get to the MARC from the downtown mall. Click here for the CATA bus schedule. E-mail jluteran@allegheny.edu with any questions.

Student Library Due Dates

Posted on November 17, 2021 | Filed under General News

Due dates for Pelletier-owned library items have been changed to 12/15/21. This due date change is for student-loaned Pelletier books, or semester-long loan items. This change does not impact interlibrary loan books, equipment, bikes, or cable boxes.

If you are unsure when your library items are due, please check out your library account to see due dates of your items.

Please note that you will need to sign into your Allegheny Google Account to view your library account.

Spring 2022 ALIC Co-op Courses!

Posted on November 17, 2021 | Filed under General News

This spring, the Allegheny Lab for Innovation & Creativity will once again be offering co-op short courses (2-credit, credit/no-credit) courses on a range of topics.

This spring we will be focusing on the following fields:
– Video game sound design
– Creative marketing
– Integrated marketing
– Product development and design
– Small business & community building
– Health care delivery systems
– Industrial modeling

Courses will run in Module 2A and 2B. Details on times and locations will be shared in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!

Email Byron Rich <brich> for more information.
https://sites.allegheny.edu/alic/

Special Topics Course Descriptions

Posted on November 16, 2021 | Filed under General News

Please use these links for Spring 2022 Special Topics course descriptions.
Introductory Special Topics (190’s-290’s)
Advanced Special Topics (390’s-490’s)

New Law & Policy Seminar on The Rights of Nature

Posted on November 16, 2021 | Filed under General News

Enroll now in L&P’s new seminar in collaboration with ESS, The Rights of Nature. The seminar is open to all students (15 L&P points, non-credit bearing).

The Rights of Nature movement begins with a simple question: If corporations have rights, why can’t nature?
This question has sparked a global movement connecting communities and environments around the world, from Ecuador to Pennsylvania and beyond, in an effort to re-shape our legal and economic systems and save the planet’s ecosystems. This series unites legal scholarship and investigative journalism to explore recent examples of the Rights of Nature movement in practice, as communities acknowledge the right to exist for both watersheds and wildlife alike.

All seminar participants are asked to be available for a few key events during this seminar, so make sure your schedule can accommodate the following events:

Read more…

Annual 20% Discount at the Merriman Bookstore

Posted on November 16, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Merriman Bookstore invites you to shop with us and enjoy a storewide 20% discount until 12/23/21!

Sign up to receive the IDEAS Center Monthly Newsletter

Posted on November 15, 2021 | Filed under General News

Each month the IDEAS Center distributes an electronic newsletter that is available to all Allegheny College employees. We include updates, ways to engage with the Center, services that are provided, etc. Here is a link to this month’s newsletter so you can have a sample of what you’d be signing up for. Please use this form to sign up to be on the regular emailing list!

Seeking feedback on proposed SAC/AAC merger

Posted on November 14, 2021 | Filed under General News

Staff Advisory Committee (SAC) and Administrative Advisory Committee (AAC) are now discussing combining the two committees into one. Their members are elected to represent the interests, opinions, and concerns of the non-exempt staff (SAC) and exempt staff (AAC) by participating in shared governance and communicating to the President and President’s Cabinet.

Members from both committees:

  • participate on college committees such as FFC (Finance and Facilities) and CoDE
  • address employee concerns
  • develop initiatives and programs related to staff interest
  • provide opportunities for social interaction and fun!

Read more…

Mutual Aid Closet: DONATIONS NEEDED

Posted on November 14, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Mutual Aid Closet is a spot on campus for students to snag some much-needed essential items. The IDEAS Center works diligently to stay stocked up on personal hygiene products, toiletries, [sample size] laundry detergent, etc. However, we need your help! Please reach out to Mikka Hunt, mhunt@allegheny.edu, before donating to gather a more extensive list of items that are needed for the Mutual Aid Closet.

Pelletier Hours for Thanksgiving Break

Posted on November 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Pelletier will be open the following hours over Thanksgiving break: Saturday and Sunday, 11/20-21: noon to 5 PM. Monday and Tuesday, 11/22-23: 8 AM to 5 PM. Wednesday 11/24: 8 AM to noon. Pelletier will be closed Thursday through Saturday, 11/24-26. On Sunday, 11/27, Pelletier will open at 3 p.m. and resume normal operating hours.

Support is available 24/7 for student wired and wireless connections via the contact information available on the LITS Student Networks page. In case of an emergency, please contact Public Safety at (814) 332-3357.

Winter Safety Tips

Posted on November 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Check out all the helpful winter safety tips on the Safety Committee website. Everything from tips for walking on snow and ice, to tips for safe shoveling and keeping warm, to winter driving tips. There’s even a winter driving quiz!

So get out and enjoy the wonder and beauty of the season, but stay safe while you are having fun!

Cover Art Contest! Submissions Due 12/15

Posted on November 9, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Allegheny Review is accepting cover art submissions for our 2021-2022 issue. The winning artist will receive $100 and credit in the issue. The image will need to wrap around the front and back covers and include some text on the front and back and along the spine (approximately the same amount on the sample cover). The cover will need to be 12.406 x 9 with 1/8” bleed on all sides. Don’t worry too much about exact logistics, though–those can always be worked out later in the process. Submit your art to alleghenyreview@allegheny.edu by December 15th.

Academic Honors

Posted on November 8, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Office of the Provost and Dean of the College is pleased to announce academic honors for the 2020-2021 academic year, including Doane Scholars, Distinguished Alden Scholars, Alden Scholars, and the winners of the James Bennett Porter Prize and the William Edgar Porter Prize. Please join us in congratulating these students on their outstanding academic achievement.

WLC 390 Special Topics Asian American Film and Video offered in Module 2, Spring 2022

Posted on November 8, 2021 | Filed under General News

Professor Xiaoling Shi is offering WLC 390 Special Topics Asian American Film and Video at 1:30–3 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Module 2, Spring 2022. This 4-credit course fulfills the distribution requirements of ME and PD. It studies Asian American films and stories as a genre closely tied to political and social events and issues from the early 20th century to the present. By investigating representations of Asians and Asian Americans in the genre, students catch a glimpse of Asian American history — immigration, assimilation, and struggle against institutional racism, locate the themes, styles, and perspectives, and grasp the complexity of intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality. While the course primarily focuses on interpreting and discussing existing movies/video, students are encouraged to create their own personal stories using various forms of digital media as the final project for the course.

Open Bonner First Year and Sophomore Spots

Posted on November 8, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Bonner Service Leader Program is looking for current First Years and current Sophomores interested or experienced in community-based service work. It’s a great opportunity to have a service-oriented internship that provides students with practical, real-life experience and helps to meet needs in the community.

Bonner Leaders receive financial compensation through work-study funds for a commitment of 8–10 hours a week.
Serve during one or two summers of service in Meadville or an agency of your choice nationally/internationally.
Participate in a fall overnight retreat and a one-day spring retreat and so much more!

Please contact Jeniffer Gonzalez Reyes, Bonner Program Coordinator, by email at jgonzalezreyes@allegheny.edu to receive more information. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and can be FOUND HERE.