Articles: by Katheryn Frazier

Allegheny College Graduate Studies At Columbia University To Better Human Rights

Kelechi Dimgba ’23 has dedicated her career to forming policies that promote gender equity and protect global human rights. Currently, Dimgba is pursuing a Master’s of International Affairs with a concentration in urban social policy and a specialization in international organizations and United Nations studies at Columbia University.  While studying as a global health major

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Allegheny College Receives $21 Million in Gifts to Enrich the Campus and Student Experience

Allegheny College, one of the nation’s oldest and most innovative four-year colleges, where multidisciplinary learning breaks the conventional mold, has announced that it has received a three-part leadership gift totaling $16 million from alumna and Allegheny College trustee emerita Patricia Bush Tippie ’56, and an additional $5 million from an anonymous donor. The donations ensure

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Military Historian Carol Reardon ‘74 Brings Battlefields to Life

Dr. Carol Reardon ‘74, a nationally-renowned military historian with expertise in the Civil War and Vietnam Conflict will be offering a free public lecture entitled “Gettysburg in History and Memory” on February 19 at 7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church in downtown Meadville. Prof. Rearden is the George Winfree Professor Emerita of American History

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Norm A. Sundstrom Walk of Fame Celebrates Athletic Excellence

On Saturday, February 10, Allegheny College dedicated the Norm A. Sundstrom Walk of Fame in the David V. Wise Athletic Center. The space pays tribute to Sundstrom, a major force behind the tradition of athletic excellence at Allegheny, and also recognizes the talents and triumphs of the College’s greatest athletic legends. “It is important, first

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Black Excellence Kicks off Black History Month: Judge Michael John Ryan ‘93

Michael John Ryan is one of twelve judges that serve on Ohio’s 8th District Court of Appeals. Ohio has 12 District Courts of Appeal that resolve both appeals and some original actions from lower courts within their district. Since assuming the position a year ago, he has been involved in a range of decisions to

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Allegheny Student Attends Athens Democracy Forum

What is democracy? How should it be pursued? These same questions were posed to Hassan Javed ’24, selected for the 2023 Athens Democracy Forum. Javed joined 21 other students from colleges in the Global Liberal Arts Alliance for the Athens Democracy Forum in Greece. Leaders from various backgrounds gathered to discuss the meaning of democracy

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Allegheny Student Studies Away At Duke University Marine Lab

One experience changed the trajectory of Samantha Dzierba ‘25— leading her to dedicate herself and her career toward the stewardship of ocean life.  During the fall of 2023, Dzierba was surrounded by sea life while studying away at the Duke University Marine Lab in Beaufort, North Carolina. The experience allowed her unique access to various

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