Articles: by Allegheny College

Filling a Gap in Dental Care

How often have you heard someone say: “I hate going to the dentist”? For most people, visiting the dentist doesn’t rank among their favorite things to do. But the majority of us can manage the anxiety and discomfort of the experience, even when it involves more than basic care. However, individuals with special needs face

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Allegheny magazine Winter 2018 edition

Read the Winter 2018 Edition of Allegheny Magazine

It’s more than just talk—Allegheny alumni are making profound differences in the communities in which they live, work and play. From establishing a world-famous scholarly repository that chronicles the life of the late Supreme Court Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson, to participating in the largest skin-grafting procedure ever performed, to saving a recreational gem of

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Bentley Hall

People and Places: February 2018

Professor Emeritus of Art George Roland exhibited work in a group exhibition entitled “Just Say’n” at Bottle Works Gallery near Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The exhibition, held under the auspices of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, was selected by Pittsburgh-based curator Jill Larson. The exhibition opened December 8, 2017, and continued through January 27, 2018. Professor of

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Commencement 2017

The Allegheny Year in Review, 2017 Edition

It was a year of accolades, academic accomplishments and astronomical wonder on the campus of Allegheny College. But where did the year go? Many of us pondered that question as winter settled in recently. With that in mind, the Office of College Relations assembled some highlights of what transpired at Allegheny during 2017:

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Allegheny College Honors Alan Novak and T.J. Rooney as Inaugural Recipients of the ‘Allegheny College Prize for Civility in Public Life in Pennsylvania’

Allegheny College President James H. Mullen, Jr. presented the inaugural Allegheny College Prize for Civility in Public Life in Pennsylvania to Alan Novak and T.J. Rooney, former chairs of Pennsylvania’s Republican and Democratic state parties. The presentation was made during last night’s 33rd Annual Chamber Dinner in Hershey – an annual gathering of 2,000 political,

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