The Year in Photos: 2022 at Allegheny College Take a look back at campus life at Allegheny in 2022. Click on a photo to view a larger version. A winter view of Brooks Hall The traditional Run-out for fraternity and sorority life to welcome new members Sunset at the men’s lacrosse match vs. Baldwin Wallace New Gators experience campus during an Admitted Student Day. The Bruce R. Thompson Center for Business & Economics hosted the 19th Annual Executive Roundtable, “COVID-19: From Policy to Practice.” Held in Pelletier Library, Declaration Day celebrated students declaring their majors and minors. Alleghenians shared their interests with the campus community at GatorCon, a TEDx-inspired event Springfest, an Allegheny tradition The annual Trashion Show, featuring fashion from reused and repurposed materials A Holi celebration hosted by the South Asian Student Society Tree planting on National Arbor Day The finalists in the annual Zingale Big Idea Competition, a seed-funding business presentation contest Celebrating the opening of the Watershed Conservation Research Center The annual Employee Recognition Event honored faculty and staff award winners, retirees, and employees with 25 years of service. Late Night Breakfast on Study Day before finals begin The Senior Project Poster Session during the annual Cook-Lahti Scholars Symposium Recognizing academic achievement at the Honors Convocation in Ford Memorial Chapel Honoring the Class of 2022 at Commencement Celebrating renewed connections at Reunion Weekend Allegheny hosted the 5th World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities in June. Unveiling the bold, new brand identity for Gator Athletics Volunteers helping at Move-in day for new students The Class of 2026 processes to their matriculation ceremony on Bentley Lawn. Students gather at a new fire pit installed near the North Village residence halls. Alumni shared career insights with students during Blue & Gold Weekend: A Homecoming and Family Celebration. Students for Environmental Action and Green Students of Color hosted a climate strike in Brooks Circle. Fans cheer on the Gator football team during Blue & Gold Weekend. The Center for Political Participation hosted a presentation by Judge Timothy Walmsley ’91, who presided over the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial in Georgia. Students and staff volunteered for Make A Difference Day, an annual community-service event in Meadville. President Ron Cole ’87 hosted an All-Campus Gathering on Bentley Lawn in October. An autumn view of the Tippie Alumni Center. The women’s cross country team captured the 2022 Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship. The women’s tennis team capped their perfect season by winning the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship. On Gator Day, all students are excused from classes for one day to obtain valuable professional development knowledge and skills. The Playshop Theatre presented “A Doll’s House, Part 2.” (Photo by Mary Dosch ’23) Student Katherine Mowry conducts fieldwork at Bousson Environmental Research Reserve. The Office of International Education hosted a Passport Fair, during which students could apply for a passport free of charge. The annual International Fashion Show, hosted by the International Club Computer science and informatics students and faculty hosted a Festival of Robots in the Campus Center. “Attendance Mandatory,” a student art show, is unveiled with a public reception.