Did you know that Fismes, France and Meadville, Pennsylvania are sister cities with a relationship that dates back to World War I and II? American soldiers were critical in freeing the town from German Occupation, particularly in the Battle of Fismes in 1918. For over a decade, the city of Fismes has welcomed Allegheny students
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Allegheny College student Faythe Schulte ’23 is joining many Allegheny alumni who have attended top-tier graduate programs. This fall, Schulte will travel to Boston to pursue a Master of Education at Harvard University. “My past four years at Allegheny have truly shaped me to be who I am today,” says Schulte, who majored in French
Faythe Schulte ’23 spent the spring 2022 semester deepening her knowledge of French culture by interning for an architectural firm in Paris and enrolling in French architecture, literature, and art history courses. Equally important, Schulte says, was what she learned while walking the streets of Paris. “When you explore new places, you learn so much
As a young child, Janell Logue-Belden ’90 knew she wanted to become an educator. She credits Allegheny College with nurturing her curiosity as a lifelong learner and providing a foundation to comprehend a variety of subjects. “I liked the fact that you didn’t just study your major,” says Logue-Belden, superintendent of Deer Lakes School District
Associate Professor of French Laura Reeck presented an invited paper on Franco-Algerian filmmaker Rachid Djaidani at a one-day conference on December 11 at the University of Bologna.
Associate Professor of French Laura Reeck contributed an essay, “Autofictional Testimony: Writing in Place of the Father in Zahia Rahmani’s Moze,” to the edited volume A Practical Guide to French Harki Literature. Reeck also contributed a translation of excerpts from Moze as well as an interview with Franco-Algerian author and filmmaker Mehdi Charef.