Dear Readers, Congratulations on getting through 2020, which we all know was a very hard year for many. We made it through a tumultuous semester of online and hybrid learning, the stress surrounding the 2020 election, spikes […]
Read here Dec. 2020 graduate Sam Collier’s reflection of her time at Carlow as a first-generation college student.
Follow this recipe to try out Clare’s delicious holiday coffee cake!
Styled by Stellanie Kyros In the world of fashion, it’s not unusual for an entire look to revolve around a single article of clothing. Make these specific items the focal point of […]
Written by Caitlin McDonough On Saturday, Nov. 7 around 11:30 a. m., history was made in the United States and Pennsylvania. Democrat Joe Biden surpassed President Donald Trump in electoral college votes, with Biden officially winning 306 votes compared […]
Written by Morgan Mack When instruction at Carlow shifted from in-person to online in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of faculty members were interested in how students were fairing under different learning conditions. […]
Written by Samantha Collier Human trafficking has been a significant story in the media for years. We hear about it regularly while scrolling through social media, watching the news, or even on crime shows. Ghislaine Maxwell is on trial for recruiting three […]
Written by Guinevere Stearns The Social Dilemma, a Netflix documentary released in Jan. 2020, gives viewers a glimpse into the destruction that social media really causes. As a member of Generation Z, I grew up with social […]
Written by Christian Grandinetti It has been ten years since the Los Angeles Lakers have won the NBA finals. For years they have been the laughingstock of the NBA, until this year […]
Jump into Fall with this Scrumptious Pumpkin Bundt Cake Written by Joelle Swyka This pumpkin Bundt cake with cream cheese frosting is a go-to recipe for holiday dinners. In fact, this amazing […]
“The mission of the Social Justice Institute at Carlow University is to provide access to under-represented groups and to close educational, socio-economic, and leadership gaps, particularly those that disproportionately affect women.” Written by Samantha Collier The […]
Written by the Carlow Chronicle Staff During a time of political polarization and abuse of human rights, the United States can be a frightening and dangerous place for some to live in. Safe spaces for marginalized groups become […]