Katharine Hubert ’19 discussed “MuSpeak: American Music Language,” one of the two Senior Projects she completed, on NPR’s On Point. Her interview begins at 40:55 in the broadcast.
Articles: Allegheny In The News
From Italy To Meadville, New Allegheny College President Hilary Link Says Global Mindset Will Remain
Pittsburgh NPR affiliate WESA featured an interview with Allegheny College President-elect Hilary Link on the station’s daily news show, “The Confluence.”
Two teams tied for first-place honors — and each received $6,000 in funding for their business concepts — at this year’s Zingale Big Idea Competition, presented by the College’s Center for Business and Economics.
Allegheny student Jacob Sutter brings music to the entire campus by playing the recently restored, century-old tower chimes system in Ford Chapel. This article was distributed nationwide by the Associated Press.
Allegheny sophomore Elisia Wright and Computer Science Professor Janyl Jumadinova programmed the sensors for an underwater robot that will collect water quality data at Presque Isle Bay. This story in the Erie Times-News was subsequently distributed by the Associated Press.
Allegheny Entrepreneur-in-residence Chris Allison shares why business education and liberal arts education are “symbiotic partners” that together can help prepare students to live up to their responsibilities as leaders in the world.
The Meadville Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program employs 30 Allegheny students under the training and supervision of Professor Stephanie Martin. Collectively, they file 1,000 tax returns — federal, state and local — free of charge to area residents.
Stephen Onyeiwu, professor and chair of Allegheny’s Economics Department, authored this article.
Allegheny political science professor Shanna Kirschner, an expert on Syria, was interviewed for this article.
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.