Allegheny In The News

Virginia Republicans at odds in Trump era

In this article, Allegheny College President James H. Mullen Jr. noted that politicians might see some short-term gain in using in-your-face attacks, but at a high long-term price. “There are consequences for our democracy if we go down the pathway of incivility as a preferred strategy,” Mullen said.

Listening project celebrates work being done in Meadville area

A podcast series focuses on the “amazing work being done in the Meadville area,” according to Emily Yochim, the Allegheny College communication arts professor whose students interviewed Meadville residents for the series.

Greer, Nathan win Lew and Ellie Davies Award at Meadville chamber dinner

Allegheny College students Kirsten Greer and Sarah Nathan were co-winners of the annual Lew and Ellie Davies Award for Outstanding Community Service presented during the Meadville-Western Crawford County Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Diamond Awards.

Where Psychology and Music Meet

Katie Harrill, a 1996 Allegheny graduate, shares how she discovered the field of music therapy while completing her Senior Project at the College.

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.