Gordon Ramsay has created a show where home cooks and social media cooks are able to compete. In “Next Level Chef,” home cooks are given the opportunity to live out their dreams.
Caitlin is an undergraduate English and Liberal Studies student at Carlow University. She is the editor-in-chief for the Carlow Chronicle, and she is a member of the Critical Point staff. She enjoys writing about media, playing video games, and crafting in her free time.
On Jan. 27, the Frick Pittsburgh virtually arranged “Ekphrasis: Poetic Responses to Victorian Radicals” over Zoom, where poets from Pittsburgh were able to create poems based on Victorian art being showcased in the museum. They had the opportunity to explore the museum and choose their art piece.
Attending college is hard and empties just about everyone’s bank account. Pittsburgh has many great paid attractions, but there are multiple attractions that are free of charge. Here are a few things that can keep you occupied without emptying your wallet.
Following these tips for healthy eating can actually help you save money and eat healthy at the same time.
On the Chronicle’s social media, we featured a different staff member each Friday! Read about the Spring 2021 staff of the Chronicle – features created by Maria Gorscak.
Several Carlow students had the opportunity to speak with Rashida Tlaib, current congresswoman for Michigran’s 13th congressional district and member of the ‘Squad,’ about her experience as a woman in politics.
If you like Bridgerton by executive producer Shonda Rhimes, here are some other period dramas and shows you should be watching!
To help reduce our negative impact on the environment, here are some events, products, and practices to encourage being ecofriendly on Earth Day and every day.
Evgeni Malkin is back on the ice and practicing with the Pittsburgh Penguins after a ‘week-to-week’ knee injury.
March Student Spotlights on Maddie Canel, Emma Wilson, and Janna Arnold.
On Feb. 13, Crystal Rose, Director of the Pre-Apprenticeship Program at Carlow University, and Dr. Tammi McMillan, Director of the Apprenticeship Program at Carlow University, hosted a presentation on Culturally Relevant Teaching Practices in Early Childhood Education. This presentation highlighted the importance of Anti-Bias Education (ABE), which is an active approach in challenging stereotypes, and it discussed the four goals of ABE: identity, diversity, justice, and activism.
On March 30, Carlow hosted Joylette Portlock’s ‘Comfort with Complexity,’ a talk about Sustainable Pittsburgh and our connection to the natural world.