More than 300 pizzas were delivered to student residences on Jan. 30 to provide a fun indoor event in the midst of extreme cold and wind-chill factors outside.
Articles: Allegheny In The News
Allegheny President-elect Hilary Link says she’s inspired by Allegheny’s innovative approach to the liberal arts.
Hilary Link, the dean of Temple University Rome is the new president of Allegheny College.
A student and staff member from Allegheny College’s Creek Connections program helped to retrieve children’s books from a local waterway after they were thrown there by a vandal. Donations are being accepted to replace the books, which were taken from Shadybrook Park’s Little Free Library.
Allegheny College is among schools in the American Talent Initiative making new commitments to enroll and graduate more of the nation’s military veterans.
Allegheny College graduate Tim Hindes designed the “Stronger Than Hate” image that has been shared widely on social media after the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.
Two years from now, Allegheny College plans to mark the rebirth of its most famous building, Bentley Hall, following $13 million in renovations.
In this article, Kristin N. Dukes, dean for institutional diversity at Allegheny, provides insights from a study that she co-authored.
Allegheny political science professor Shanna Kirschner authored this op-ed about neighboring states’ capacity to provide support for Syrian refugees.
Allegheny political science professor Shanna Kirschner provides commentary in this article on a possible military campaign in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib.