Student Teaching Struggles: COVID-19 Puts a Damper on Experiences, but Educators in the Making Forge Ahead
April 6, 2021
For education majors, student teaching is the capstone, the time when they step into the classroom and immerse themselves in their subjects and their students. Only last year … many didn’t. For our education project, Learning Curve, we report on efforts by professors, mentor teachers, college administrators, and the student teachers themselves to overcome the limits of the pandemic—and to learn to teach. Find out more here.
The Devil Strip
October 19, 2020
If you make your way to 1010 Hammel St. in South Akron, you will find a retail building with signs for Mrs. Dianne’s Shop & Save and Fresh Cuts Barber Shop. Inside the convenience store, you might find Donovan Harris behind the counter.
Donovan is the owner of the building, the store manager, and a pillar in the Akron community.
September 8, 2020
An annual festival in a city recovering from a mass shooting. A small locally-owned bookstore. A craft brewery set in an old funeral home. Abandoned malls all across the state. These are only some of the places that David Giffels visits in his new book Barnstorming Ohio to Understand America as he presents an insider’s look into Ohio communities. Read more.
August 26, 2020
Drawing inspiration from the people and experiences in her life, Madison Cummins showcases a knack for weaving relatable stories through songs. Antidote is her newest record and represents the culmination of more than six years of songwriting since she released her first album.
August 5, 2020
While the world is grappling with the ongoing public health crisis, international students in the United States find themselves facing a struggle of their own.
In early July, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency ordered that anyone on a student visa whose university was planning for online-only instruction in Fall 2020 would need to transfer schools or leave the country. This came as a shock to hundreds of thousands of students around the country, including the estimated 850 enrolled at the University of Akron and 1,409 enrolled at Kent State University.
Morocco World News
July 27, 2015
Rabat – Chama Mechtaly is a young artist who is currently studying in Boston, Massachusetts. Through her art, she aspires to reclaim and paint a pluralistic and complex image of the Moroccan identity. However, this does not please everyone who comes across her work. Read more.
June 5, 2015
Rabat – British music veteran Sting performed for the second time at the OLM Souissi stage on Thursday in Rabat. Read more.
Vol. 32 – No. 3 – Winter 2014
Dan Conant ’07 is helping to make West Virginia a cleaner, forward-looking place when it comes to renewable energy. The Allegheny alumnus recently established Solar Holler, an innovative solar-financing company that is bringing renewable energy to nonprofit organizations in the Mountain State.
February 6, 2015
Phoenix Cooke ’15 recently competed in the Washington International Horse Show Adult Jumper Championship, and, with her usual determination and skill, rode her mount, Skys Burning Blue, to a second-place finish. For Phoenix, who has been riding for 16 years, it was another in a series of achievements in equestrian competition.
October 16, 2014
A fascination with logic and a dream of becoming a cardiovascular surgeon is what brought Alexander Marrero ’18 to Allegheny College. Alexander, from Hawley, Pa., enrolled at Allegheny to pursue his interests in pre-medicine and philosophy.