Allegheny College Assistant Professor of Political Science Zachary Callen will speak on “Governing Rural America: Political Change and Limited Resources’” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the Campus Center Room 301/302. The lecture is free and open to the public. Callen will discuss the problems with which rural communities struggle, which range from deindustrialization
Articles: by Erica Erwin
High school seniors have the opportunity to take an immersive look at a student’s life at Allegheny College on Sunday and Monday, Nov. 5 and 6, eating in the dining halls, following a personalized schedule, and sleeping in residence halls as part of the Fall Into Allegheny event. The two-day event begins at the 2:30
Allegheny College has been named among the Top 50 best liberal arts colleges in the United States in the 2018 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education U.S. College Rankings. Allegheny ranked No. 47 among all liberal arts colleges in the nation, and No. 128 of more than 1,000 schools, colleges and universities identified in their annual
The building is in some ways like any other of its kind, a cozy box of protection against the elements, a source of warmth and light for the leafy green things that will soon grow within. But the newly built greenhouse in Allegheny College’s Carr Hall garden is different, too, in one fundamental, game-changing way:
Allegheny College senior Madeline Hernstrom-Hill has won the Stony Brook Short Fiction Prize for her short story “The Church of the Reformed Eden.” The prize, awarded to an outstanding undergraduate author, includes a $1,000 prize, a full scholarship to the Southampton Writers Conference in July 2018 and consideration for publication in The Southampton Review. Judge Amy
Raking leaves. Building a wheelchair ramp. Replacing a porch. Allegheny students were among hundreds of volunteers who joined together on Saturday to tackle those and more than 100 other service projects throughout Meadville and Crawford County as part of Make a Difference Day, an annual community service event sponsored by the college, the City of
Fans who first heard Elliott Yamin sing on “American Idol” will have the chance to see him on stage at Allegheny College. Yamin will perform on Saturday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium as part of Blue & Gold Weekend: A Family & Homecoming Celebration. Yamin launched his recording career following his appearance
Allegheny College is once again featured in The Princeton Review’s annual guide to the most environmentally responsible schools. The “Guide to 375 Green Colleges” highlights schools with exceptional commitments to sustainability and includes profiles of each school’s admission requirements, cost and financial aid, and student body, as well as detailed “Green Facts” for some schools.
Madeline Hernstrom-Hill ’18 was awarded the Stony Brook Short Fiction Prize for her short story “The Church of the Reformed Eden.” The prize includes a scholarship to the Southampton Writers Conference in July.
Kylee Karczewski (Physics, 2018) spent ten weeks last summer doing research in the Molecular Biophysics and Structural Biology program that is jointly administered by the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. She presented the results of her research at the Summer Undergraduate Research Program symposium on July 28 held on the University of Pittsburgh campus. The