Junior music major Jacob Sutter drops his coat and backpack in a pew in the balcony of Ford Memorial Chapel on a chilly December morning and fires up the small keyboard in front of him. Soon the strains of the “Bell Tree Peal” are resounding across the Allegheny College campus. That’s followed by “Be Thou
Allegheny College is tackling the issue of pollutants in stormwater runoff. Watch this story by Erie News Now’s Reed McDonough to learn more about College’s innovative efforts to address this important issue.
Allegheny College Meadville, PA Allegheny’s campus is perched on a hill overlooking Meadville, a county seat that has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Places to Live. Meadville anchors an area of 15,000 residents and is where Allegheny students do everything from enjoying live local music to taking in the latest movies, from
15 teams write, direct, shoot and edit a film in 48 hours using a common line of dialogue (“And that’s the last we ever saw of her/him/them/etc.”) and a common prop (glow stick). Winners of categories such as “best of fest” and “best use of prop” are shown in this video.
Tibetan Buddhist monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery were on campus this week to construct a mandala sand painting as part of the college’s Year of Mindfulness. From all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite. Millions of grains of sand are
Today’s #MeadvilleMonday snapshot is from the Meadville Halloween parade, PA’s largest nighttime parade. People line up hours early to watch the parade, which showcases over 120 floats from local business and groups, and kicks off at sunset.
We shot this from a vantage point as high as our hopes for our teams competing this afternoon, at Homecoming. #homeswamphome
Pity the poor honeybee: Populations of one of the world’s leading pollinators are plummeting, the result of urbanization, pesticide use and disease. There were 2.59 million honeybee colonies on January 1, 2016, down 8 percent from the 2.82 million present a year earlier for operations with five or more colonies, according to a new USDA