Allegheny In The News

Sheridan scholarship program helps women improve their lives, build confidence

Open to Crawford County women 25 or older who have a high school diploma or the equivalent and have completed no more than two years of college, the Sheridan ACA Scholarship program at Allegheny College has funded the studies of more than 130 women since it was started in 1973.

George Washington’s lessons and the future of political civility

“President Washington would be terribly saddened to see the continued decline of civility in the public arena,” said James H. Mullen Jr., the president of Allegheny College, which offers a Prize for Civility in Public Life. “It is sapping strength from our democracy.”

“Snow Angels” flutter to North Street area

A new group that includes four Allegheny College students is offering to clear sidewalks for those who live along North Street who are unable to do so themselves — the elderly and those physically unable to shovel.

Allegheny professor earns Fulbright Award

Shannan Mattiace, professor and chair of the political science department at Allegheny College, has received a 2018–19 Fulbright award to teach and do research in Chile.

Vaz-Deville talk starts weeklong celebration of King

Kim Vaz-Deville, an author, educator and community activist in New Orleans, will present a keynote address as part of Allegheny College’s weeklong celebration of the life and legacy of the Martin Luther King Jr.