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Parking Lots 5 and 6 Closed Starting Friday Night: 2/23

Posted on February 22, 2018 | Filed under General News

Due to the BJ The Chicago Kid concert in Shafer Auditorium this weekend, parking lots No. 5 and No. 6 (Edwards and Lower Lot Wise Center) will be closed starting Friday evening at 5 p.m. until Sunday morning around 1 a.m. Those who normally park in the lots are asked to move their vehicles to another lot during this time. The lots will reopen Sunday morning. For more information, contact Student Leadership & Involvement at

Teaching Tidbits–Workshop Assignments/ Peer Review of Student Assignments: 2/26

Posted on February 22, 2018 | Filed under General News

All educators are invited to join the next Teaching Tidbits brown bag meeting on Monday, February 26, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. in McKinley’s Private Dining Room. Teaching Tidbits are informal lunchtime conversations (BYOL) on pedagogy innovations, challenges, and ideas. Any interested faculty or staff are welcome to join us; there is no obligation to come to all meetings. This particular conversation is focused on the process and elements of incorporating peer review into our classes. For Teaching Tidbit questions or ideas, or to gain access to the Teaching Tidbits blog, please contact Alexis Hart, Tricia Humphreys, or Lydia Eckstein.

Coffee with the ACES: 2/26

Posted on February 22, 2018 | Filed under Events

The Allegheny Community Engagement Student (ACES) Fellows invite you to come to our coffee hours on Monday, February 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Campus Center Room 318 (Gold Room). The ACES will be there to talk about the position, field questions about the application, and to meet any and all students with a passion for engagement.

Neuro Club to Screen “Concussion”: 2/25

Posted on February 22, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Neuro Club will be screening the film “Concussion” (2015) in Quigley Auditorium (101) at 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 25. “Concussion” covers the story of Dr. Bennet Omalu and his discovery of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a football-related brain trauma. Omalu challenges the National Football League and works with previous players to inform athletes of the dangers associated with CTE and its potential long-term side effects. This event is open to all students, and there will be free popcorn and drinks provided.

Game Room: Origami Creations

Posted on February 22, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Game Room’s Craft Corner activity for the coming week is Origami Creations. The craft begins Sunday, February 25, at noon and continues through midnight on Thursday, March 1. Select a design and create your own crane, flower, heart, butterfly or other masterpiece. Stop by to connect with friends and design together.

Game Room: Adult Coloring Books

Posted on February 22, 2018 | Filed under General News

Stop by the Game Room on Friday, February 23, and Saturday, February 24, for the calming benefit and creative expression of adult coloring books. Create a colorful keepsake for yourself while enjoying the meditative benefit of the activity. Supplies will be available noon to midnight each day.

Sustained Dialogues Starts February 25

Posted on February 21, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Sustained Dialogue club will be starting weekly dialogues on Sunday, February 25. If you’re interested in being a participant please sign this form. Sustained Dialogue is about creating a more inclusive campus through civil discussion where topics can range from student-faculty relations, the political climate on campus, to racial relations. Each dialogue circle is treated with care as everyone, regardless of their viewpoint, is heard. The goal is to have a space where people will share their stories and learn from one another’s experiences.

Class of 2018 Senior Portraits–Last Chance

Posted on February 21, 2018 | Filed under General News

It’s the last chance to get your senior portraits taken for the 2018 Kaldron Yearbook. Sessions will take place Monday, March 5, through Friday, March 9, via appointment. Schedule your appointment as soon as possible at, entering school code 709 or by calling 1-800-OUR-YEAR (1-800-687-9327), during normal business hours. Email with questions.

Thank You From the Counseling and Personal Development Center

Posted on February 21, 2018 | Filed under General News

Thank you for participating in the counselor/therapist search on Tuesday, February 20. Your participation helps to inform our process, and we are grateful for your feedback. If you attended a session, and haven’t already done so, please complete the candidate evaluation. The evaluation will be available until noon Thursday, February 22. The evaluation can be found here. As a reminder, a second candidate, Alicia Grinnion, will be coming to campus on Tuesday, February 27, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please join us in welcoming her. Additional information will be coming.

Playshop Theatre to Hold Auditions

Posted on February 20, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Playshop Theatre announces auditions for an original devised performance. The auditions will be held the weekend of March 3 and 4. This production is directed by Beth Watkins. It will be developed and rehearsed beginning this spring and will be presented in the Gladys Mullenix Black Theatre in September 2018. Students are encouraged to learn more about the project, including the audition process, rehearsal timeline, and how a devised performance is developed, by attending one of the following information sessions: Monday, February 26, at 5 p.m. in Vukovich 107; Tuesday, February 27, at 6:30 p.m. in Vukovich 107.The information sessions will be 30 to 45 minutes and sign-ups for auditions will be available at the sessions. Questions? Contact Beth Watkins at

Brother to Brother Barbershop & Meeting: 2/22

Posted on February 20, 2018 | Filed under General News

Brother to Brother will hold the first barbershop and meeting of the spring semester on Thursday, February 22, at 5:30 p.m. in the Gillespie Study (in Brooks Hall). Come join us to get a fresh cut, talk about important topics, and build community. All men of color are welcome.

Interconnect Cafe Canceled: 2/22

Posted on February 20, 2018 | Filed under General News

The February session of Interconnect Cafe has been canceled due to illnesses and scheduling conflicts. Interconnect Cafe is a playful, low-stakes space to explore interconnections across campus. Each session features several fast, fun, image-based presentations connected by a loose theme. Please plan to join us for upcoming sessions on March 29 and May 4 at 4:30 p.m. in the Allegheny Art Galleries. The themes are “Earth” and “Equity.” Food and drinks will be provided. Stay tuned for more details.

Looking for Participants for Comp on Meditation/Sex/Relationship Satisfaction

Posted on February 20, 2018 | Filed under General News

A senior Neuroscience comper is seeking participants in her study of an Acute Meditation Interaction on Sexual Satisfaction and Relationship Satisfaction. Completion of both parts of the study offers participants 6 credits on SONA and a chance to win a $25 gift card to a local Meadville business. Participants must be in a sexually-active, monogamous relationship of at least eight months. Access the study now by clicking here. Sign ups for Part I end Friday, February 23.

Calculator Found in Carr Hall

Posted on February 20, 2018 | Filed under General News

A calculator was found in Carr Hall. Please stop by Carr Hall 232 and describe this item to claim it.

Game Room Throwback Thursday: Presidents: 2/22

Posted on February 20, 2018 | Filed under General News

Stop by the Game Room on Thursday, February 22, between noon and midnight for Throwback Thursday. Photos and a brief summary of the 20 presidents of Allegheny will be on display. Sign-up for a chance to win t-shirts from past Allegheny events. Enjoy popcorn throughout the day.

Student Survey Reminder

Posted on February 19, 2018 | Filed under General News

There is still time to complete the Student Integration, Persistence & Satisfaction Survey (SIPS). On Thursday, February 22, students who have not already participated, will receive one final e-mail asking them to complete the 20-minute online SIPS questionnaire. It asks students about their experience living and learning at Allegheny.
As a token of the College’s appreciation of their time, students who complete this spring’s SIPS will be sent a coupon good for a $3.50 purchase at the Wrecking Ball Café. For questions, please contact Marian Sherwood, director of Institutional Research, 206 Bentley Hall, 332-2983,, or Allegheny’s Institutional Review Board,

The Commonwealth Good Citizen Scholarship

Posted on February 18, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Commonwealth Good Citizen Scholarship is for full-time undergraduate students with an extraordinary commitment to community service and who have demonstrated creativity in shaping his/her volunteer activities. This scholarship is limited to Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania (AICUP) schools, and each school is allowed to submit one nomination. AICUP will select 10 recipients to each receive a $2,500 scholarship. To be considered for Allegheny’s nomination, please submit an application, essay, transcript, and letter of recommendation by April 1, 2018. For an application or more information, please stop by the Financial Aid Office in Reis Hall.

Playshop Theatre to Present “Love and Information: 2/22-2/25

Posted on February 18, 2018 | Filed under Events

The Playshop Theatre will present Caryl Churchill’s “Love and Information” February 22-25. In a whirlwind of 57 scenes and 100 characters, Churchill snapchats a world awash in data, examining the ways that our exponentially growing environment of information impacts our interactions. This brilliant, funny and poignant play reveals a masterwork of contemporary theatre. The production is directed by Dan Crozier and will be performed Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Gladys Mullenix Black Theatre. For ticket information, call (814) 332-3414 or ​go online at​. Allegheny students receive free admission but must make reservations online.

Apply to Be on ASG’s Public Events Committee

Posted on February 18, 2018 | Filed under General News

ASG is taking applications for our Public Events Committee. The PEC plans events around campus and is a great opportunity for a smaller leadership role. Applications are due February 27 at 5 p.m. Click here to apply or get the application from ASG’s FB page. Contact with any questions or concerns.

Creating Landscapes Summer Internship Opportunity

Posted on February 15, 2018 | Filed under General News

Applications are now available for paid internships in the three-week Creating Landscapes Summer Program held on the Allegheny campus. Dates for summer 2018 are June 24 through July 13. Interns work directly with the children in the program and assist faculty. For more information or an application form, contact Eleanor Weisman at

MEC Major Concert 2018

Posted on February 15, 2018 | Filed under Events

This year’s Major Concert is right around the corner. Purchase your tickets online here, or in the Campus Center lobby between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Student tickets are $8 and public tickets are $18. This year’s headliner is BJ the Chicago Kid with openers Smino and Saen!! Mark your calendars for February 24 in Shafer Auditorium. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Check out the concert playlist on Spotify here.

“Spirit Gators” Craft Corner Activity

Posted on February 15, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Game Room’s Craft Corner activity for the coming week is “Spirit Gators.” The craft begins Sunday, February 18, at noon and continues through midnight on Thursday, February 22. Provide your artistic flair to a gator for the chance to win GFC coffee bucks! Ten gators will be selected for display in the glass case outside the Game Room on Friday, February 23. Stop by to connect with friends and design together.

Spring 2018 Kleeman Award Winners

Posted on February 14, 2018 | Filed under General News

The 2018 spring Kleeman Award recipients are: Zien Deng, Lauren Erdman, Gene Frank, Emma James, Sandra Munguia, Rebecca Porter, Sarah Ann Rogan, Michael Ross, Jarika Simmerman, Darby Smith, Natalie Tabolt, Haoyu Wang, and Madeleine Zimmerman.
The Richard Kleeman Research Fund, an endowed fund, created in 1992 in recognition of Professor Kleeman’s 39 years of dedicated teaching at Allegheny College is designed to, (1) help defray the expenses of art-related travel and study, (2) help with the expenses of significant senior projects, and (3) help students meet studio or art historical research expenses for other ambitious work. Award recipients are named in the Spring and Fall of each year by the faculty of the Art Department after proposals are submitted and reviewed on a competitive basis.

Scholars Symposium Logo Contest

Posted on February 14, 2018 | Filed under General News

Have you always wanted to design a logo for a big celebration? The URSCA Office is sponsoring a student logo design contest for the 2018 Richard J. Cook – Teresa M. Lahti Scholars Symposium. The Scholars Symposium, held on Tuesday, May 1, this year, is designed to celebrate the achievements of Allegheny’s students. The URSCA office will use the winning design for this year’s commemorative sticker and for the cover of the Scholars Symposium program. In addition, the student who submits the winning design will receive a $100 gift card. The URSCA office sees a unique opportunity to use student work to represent the creativity of the student body. So, the only requirements for contest submissions are that 1) the design includes a lightbulb(s) and 2) that the submitted file (JPEG or PNG) for the logo be 300 dpi. We are just looking for a visual logo—the URSCA office will include the name of the celebration over or under the logo on materials as needed. Submissions are due March 5. You can upload your submission using this Google form. Any questions should be directed to Professor Knupsky, the director of URSCA, at or the URSCA student coordinator, Stella Goodworth, at

Join the Allegheny Overnight Ambassador Team

Posted on February 14, 2018 | Filed under General News

Do you like free Allegheny gear? Are you looking for leadership experiences for your resume? Are you interested in becoming an Allegheny Ambassador? Do you want to host a prospective student overnight? The Allegheny Ambassador program is a student volunteer organization dedicated to giving prospective students an inside look at the Allegheny experience. You can play a critical role in building future classes at Allegheny! Fill out this form if you are interested. We would love to have you on board as an ambassador. If you have any questions about this organization, do not hesitate to contact us at

Student/Faculty Summer Collaborative Research for Summer 2018

Posted on February 13, 2018 | Filed under Events

The Provost and Dean of the College Office announces funding opportunities and application form for Student/Faculty Summer Collaborative Research for Summer 2018. Student/Faculty Summer Collaborative Research funding offers students and faculty the opportunity to work together on a research project of mutual interest. The project must not be directly related to the student’s senior project, though it can serve as preparation. This funding is not available for independent studies, summer internships, assistantships, or summer employment opportunities. Students interested in obtaining summer employment should contact the Financial Aid Office for a list of positions available during the summer. In order to be eligible for funding, student research must be conducted in collaboration with an Allegheny faculty member and the applicant must be a continuing student in good academic standing. Students must consult with their professor to confirm the specifics of the proposed project, including number of weeks, planned number of hours worked per week, and materials budget, before submitting this application form. The Provost’s office will review applications in early/mid April and will notify both the student and the professor as soon as possible regarding the status of this SFR Collaborative Application. This online application must be submitted by 5 p.m. March 26 in order to be considered for funding.

Apply to Be a Culture 2 Culture Mentor

Posted on February 13, 2018 | Filed under General News

The International Education Office is accepting applications for the Culture 2 Culture (C2C) Peer Mentoring Program. Culture 2 Culture is a program that helps new international students with the transition to life at Allegheny College. Each new international student is paired with a current Allegheny student, who will act as a mentor and guide during the student’s first semester at Allegheny. Mentors offer opportunities for social interaction, and help his/her mentee(s) feel welcome. The program is guided by a mandatory one-credit, Module A course. For more information and a link to the application, please go here. Applications are due March 16. Please Contact Lenee McCandless or Jennifer Franz with questions.

Informational Lunch for Faculty Interested in Learning About the Summer 2018 Network for Local Knowledge & Research: 2/22

Posted on February 12, 2018 | Filed under General News

Are you a faculty member interested in mentoring community-based student research? Would you be willing to give it a try? The Network for Local Knowledge & Research (NLKR) program is preparing its summer 2018 opportunities for student-faculty partnerships with local, Meadville-area organizations. This Fahrner-funded program provides a stipend for faculty who mentor summer students working on research projects requested by community partners. Faculty and students selected for the program benefit from all summer URSCA programming including the ACRoSS lunch series and the Reach ACRoSS professional development workshops. Additional support for faculty and students in the NLKR program will be provided (e.g., what to expect meetings for faculty and students). The Civic Engagement and URSCA offices of the Gateway invite you to find out more about the NLKR program and about the projects that have been selected for this summer at a lunch meeting for interested faculty on Thursday, February 22, at 12:15 p.m. in the Collaboratory. Please RSVP using this link. If you have questions, please direct them to Becky Dawson at

More “Bad Ideas About Writing”

Posted on February 12, 2018 | Filed under General News

Join fellow educators for a series of informal discussions centered around “major myths about writing instruction” as presented in the recently published open-access book “Bad Ideas About Writing.” The discussions for Spring 2018 will cover the following chapters and will take place on the following dates: “The Traditional Research Paper is Best” by Alexandria Lockett and “Excellent Academic Writing Must be Serious” by Michael Theune, on Monday, February 19, 12:15 to 1:15 p.m., McKinley’s Private Dining Room, or Thursday, February 22, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., Campus Center 206; “Official American English is Best” by Steven Alvarez and “There is One Correct Way of Writing and Speaking” by Anjali Pattanayak, on Monday, April 16, 12:15 to 1:15 p.m., McKinley’s Private Dining Room, or Thursday, April 19, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., Campus Center 206.

Junior Olympic Volleyball Tournament in Wise Center

Posted on February 11, 2018 | Filed under General News

Please be advised that the Athletic Department will be hosting Junior Olympic Volleyball Tournaments in the Wise Center on the following dates: February 17, March 25 and April 29. The blue courts, track, and Performance Court areas will be very busy on these days.

Study Hours in the IDEAS Center

Posted on February 11, 2018 | Filed under General News

The IDEAS Center is offering up its space for study hours every Tuesday and Thursday, 7–9 p.m. All are welcomed.

Seniors: Tell Us If You Plan to “Walk” in Commencement 2018

Posted on February 8, 2018 | Filed under General News

If you have recently graduated and not participated in a Commencement ceremony, or if your anticipated graduation date is May 2018, September 2018, or January 2019, then you are eligible to walk in the 2018 Commencement ceremony, which will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Please see the Commencement website for details of the ceremony.

If you are eligible to walk, you should have received a recent email from the Registrar with a link to a form that you need to complete. If you did not receive that message (please check Spam and Trash first), and you think you are eligible to walk, please contact Remember, you need to either be a recent graduate who has not walked, or else an anticipated graduate in May 2018, September 2018, or January 2019.

Tickets for Soul Food Dinner and Ebony Ball

Posted on February 7, 2018 | Filed under General News

ABC will be selling Soul Food Dinner and Ebony Ball tickets Feb. 7–21 in the Campus Center lobby. The Soul Food Dinner is February 11 at 6 p.m. in Schultz Banquet Hall. The Ebony Ball is February 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Schultz Banquet Hall. Both tickets are $5 each or two for $8.

Nominations for the 25th Annual Leadership Awards

Posted on February 5, 2018 | Filed under General News

Each year Allegheny College honors students involved in significant leadership experiences that benefit the college and surrounding community. Nominations for awards are solicited from all members of the Allegheny community. All nominees are invited to apply for an award and to attend the ceremony during which we celebrate and recognize our student leaders’ contributions. Nominations are due by Friday, February 23. To nominate a student leader, simply fill out this form. For more information about the nomination process or the Leadership Awards, contact Gretchen Beck at

Students for URSCA (SURSCA) Opening

Posted on February 5, 2018 | Filed under General News

Are you passionate about research? Have you completed a research experience either on or off campus ? The URSCA office is looking to fill a position on our student committee, SURSCA (Students for Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities). We have an opening for the position of Social Sciences Representative. An ideal Social Sciences Representative would be someone who has experience in any of the social sciences at Allegheny (Economics, Environmental Science, History, Political Science, or Psychology) and/or an interdisciplinary field. As a SURSCA representative, you would serve as a mentor for other students interested in research (e.g., through office hour, attending campus events, etc.), help with the coordination of URSCA events (e.g., Gator Day, Scholars Symposium, etc.), and provide feedback for how to create and support URSCA experiences for Allegheny students. You would also assist in outreach to the departments within the social sciences. As the SURSCA committee was only installed last year, we’re still developing, so keep in mind (and keep an open mind) that you will be helping us shape what these positions entail.
If you are interested in applying, send an email to the URSCA Student Coordinator, Stella Goodworth, at and the application will be forwarded to you. Feel free to contact the Director of URSCA, Professor Aimee Knupsky, with any questions you may have at

URSCA Student Travel Awards

Posted on February 4, 2018 | Filed under General News

Have you been accepted to present your research at a conference? Is there a research conference you would like to attend to learn more about your field? The URSCA office provides Gateway Awards to support student travel to present at or attend professional conferences. The application form can be found here. Fill out this form, include a budget, and send the application to the Director of Professor Aimee Knupsky, Box 39. Budgets can include, for example, anticipated costs for travel, registration, food, and/or lodging, with a total amount for those costs. Please send any questions to

IRB Announcements for Faculty

Posted on January 29, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Allegheny College has a few announcements for this semester:
1) The proposed changes to the Common Rule that were to be implemented on January 18, 2018 have been postponed by the federal government to July 19, 2018. The IRB will also delay implementation of these changes until July.
2) If you submitted a proposal last semester, we typically asked for copies of the CITI certificates along with the application. We have streamlined the process of verifying certificates; therefore, the inclusion of certificates in the application is no longer necessary.
3) In order to maintain more efficient records, applicants will see new procedures regarding our feedback for proposals. We will now use standardized review forms and a response letter when communicating with PIs. This change does not affect the process at all, but will make record-keeping simpler.
Members of the Allegheny community can find more about the IRB and research with human participants here. Also, a friendly reminder that faculty PIs should review student proposals prior to submission. If you have any questions regarding these changes or the review process here at Allegheny, please email the IRB chair, Ryan Van Horn,

Serve With Lake Effect Leaders AmeriCorps VISTA Project

Posted on January 24, 2018 | Filed under General News

The Lake Effect Leaders AmeriCorps VISTA project is looking for graduating seniors interested in living and serving in northwest Pennsylvania. Positions will begin in early August for sites based in Crawford and Erie counties. The mission of Lake Effect Leaders is to build the capacity of government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and schools to collaboratively address issues related to poverty. Every year, Lake Effect Leaders places 20-plus VISTA members regionally to build capacity in areas of economic development, education, healthy futures, and veterans and military families. Volunteers commit to one year of service, and receive a living allowance and healthcare allowance among other benefits. More information on the LEL project can be found here. In addition, information about AmeriCorps VISTA can be found here. Those interested in serving should contact

Ta-Nehisi Coats Book Discussion for Employees

Posted on January 22, 2018 | Filed under General News

Ta-Nehisi Coats’ book “Between the World and Me” has been selected as the Common Reading for the class of 2022. A discussion group about the book, facilitated by Professor Emeritus Bill Bywater, will meet Tuesdays, March 27 and on April 3,10 and 17 between 8 and 9 a.m., with hot drinks and pastries available beginning at 7:45. Participants will receive a free copy of the book to be read in preparation for the discussions. Please contact justin adkins ( to register and receive your book. Faculty and other employees who have regular contact with first-year students are particularly urged to attend. Allegheny Common Reading is a shared learning experience designed to introduce new students to each other and to the academic community. During Welcome Weekend, new students will come together for a faculty panel and small group discussions that encompass a shared learning experience introducing them to diversity and academic discourse.

For Employees: TIAA Consultations

Posted on January 21, 2018 | Filed under General News

A representative from TIAA will be on campus for individual counseling sessions on the following dates and locations:

  • Wednesday, February 21 – Campus Center 318
  • Tuesday, March 13 – Campus Center 318
  • Tuesday, April 3 – Campus Center 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 retirement 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.

Short Course on Queer Folks and the Church–March 1-15, 2018

Posted on November 9, 2017 | Filed under General News

The Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson, ’72, retired moderator of the Metropolitan Community Churches, a fully inclusive denomination, and Allegheny Chaplain Rev. Dr. Jane Ellen Nickell will offer a short course on Queer Folks and the Church in the spring semester. The class explores the ongoing conflict in Christian churches over the full inclusion of LGBTQ persons, especially around ordination and marriage. Students prepare short reflection papers based on assigned readings for four discussion sessions on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, March 6 and 8, and March 13 and 15 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Students will also serve as discussion facilitators at a Saturday workshop with area clergy and church members on Saturday, March 10, from 9 a.m. to noon. For more information, contact Jane Ellen Nickell at or (814) 332-2800.

Short Course Offered Spring Semester: ECON 290–Aid & Development in Africa

Posted on November 8, 2017 | Filed under General News

Economics Professor Steve Onyeiwu and Jonathan White ’92, regional director for East and Southern Africa, National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA in Washington, D.C., are team teaching this one-credit short course on campus March 20-26 from 4 to 6 p.m. Contact Professor Onyeiwu at to register. Prerequisite: ECON 100 or ECON 101 (or permission of instructor). Read more…

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. Also, My Allegheny only accepts items for college-sponsored events. 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