Staff members at The Campus, Allegheny College’s student-run newspaper, earned multiple honors, including a special award for “outstanding contributions” by the paper’s editor, in the annual statewide student journalism contest held by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association Foundation.
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Dr. Heather Moore Roberson, Ph.D., the dean of diversity, equity and inclusion at Allegheny College, said she can relate to the experiences, joys and struggles of people of color living in the Mahoning Valley.
Eric Pallant, author of Sourdough Culture: A History of Bread Making from Ancient to Modern Bakers and professor at Allegheny College, recalls his recent trip to Morocco to take a breadmaking class and in search of traditional Moroccan breads.
Kaitlyn Royal received the Lew and Ellie Davies Award for Outstanding Community Service. The award is given each year to an Allegheny student who makes a significant and demonstrable contribution to the community.
Allegheny College is mentioned among places of note in this article promoting tourism in Crawford County.
This story showcases a solar panel installation project completed by Ian Carbone, associate professor of environmental science and sustainability, and his students at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Meadville.
This story features commentary by Andrew Bloeser, associate professor of political science and director of the College’s Center for Political Participation.
Ellen Johnson, Allegheny vice president for enrollment management, is the featured guest on this episode of the IlluminatED podcast.
Three distinguished leaders with ties to Allegheny College — Larry Hailsham Jr., Mark Campbell and James H. Mullen Jr. — have been appointed to key administrative and transition advisory committee posts by Pennsylvania Governor-Elect Josh Shapiro.
Associate Professor of Biology & Geology Lisa Whitenack was interviewed by The Washington Post for this story about a newly published paper analyzing 32 years of content from the popular Discovery Channel show “Shark Week.” Whitenack was the paper’s lead author, and Brady Mickley ’22 was a co-author, along with researchers from the University of