Articles: Allegheny In The News

For What It’s Earth…Implementing Measures to Help Campuses Go Green

The latest episode of the Faculty Focus Live podcast features Environmental Science & Sustainability Professor & Chair Beth Choate. She discussed how Allegheny faculty and students have worked collaboratively on campus and with community partners to advance sustainability initiatives.

The Shakespearean Tall Tale That Shaped How We See Starlings

The New York Times featured fascinating research by Allegheny English Professor John MacNeill Miller and Lauren Fugate ’20 that explores connections between literature and perceptions of nature. Their study debunks a long-repeated story that the introduction of the common-but-reviled starling to North America can be attributed solely to a 19th-century admirer of Shakespeare.

Issues affecting the local housing market

Allegheny Center for Business & Economics Co-director Chris Allison was interviewed for this story, sharing insights on rising interest rates and inflation.

Allegheny College receives $155K grant to support community planning

Allegheny College, in collaboration with the City of Meadville, has received a $155,000 grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation’s Western Pennsylvania Economic Development Program. The grant will support planning and capacity-building efforts to bolster downtown revitalization and development.