Allegheny College has honored dozens of students and student-operated organizations for their leadership on the campus and in the Meadville community during the 2018–19 academic year. Students and groups were nominated for the Annual Leadership Awards and Cornerstone Awards by community and campus sponsors and were chosen by selection committees that include faculty and staff.
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Like many college students his age, Allegheny senior Pasquale “Pat” DiFrancesco of Wexford, Pa., is looking forward to the final semester of his senior year. But unlike his classmates, DiFrancesco will spend most of his last semester making daily trips to the state Capitol, in addition to completing his Allegheny schoolwork. After all, he has
Alumnus Discovers Unknown Passion at Allegheny It was 2007 – the first semester of Carlos Blandino-Lopez’s freshman year. Thinking that he someday wanted to be a doctor, he walked into the David V. Wise Sport & Fitness Center preparing to register only for neuroscience classes. At that time, the course registration process “was like a
“I felt truly closer to Vietnamese culture.” October 21, 2014 UBELONG UBELONG Snapshot Name: Joseph Phelps Age: 21 Hometown: Meadville Nationality: United States University: Allegheny College Degree: Environmental Science And Studio Art Languages spoken: English, French (beginner) Past travel experience: Newbie Volunteer Abroad: Caring for disabled children in HCMC, Vietnam Duration: 6 weeks Start month:
From as far back as she can remember, Lee Ann Streshenkoff ’17 has wanted to be a veterinarian. “I have always loved animals,” says Lee Ann, a chemistry major and psychology and Spanish minor. Since her freshman year, Lee Ann, a Pittsburgh native, has been serving as a Bonner Scholar at Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation &
Story and photo by Mary Hill firstname.lastname@example.org Allegheny College student Joe Phelps, of Titusville, wanted to go outside his comfort zone by traveling to South Vietnam for a six-week stay, where he will work with children who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Phelps is heading to the former Saigon, now called Ho Chi Minh City,