Official poster for season two. © Netflix/ Dreamworks Animation By Cory Taggart The 80s was a strange time in television. Anything was viable for a cartoon series: talking kung-fu fighting amphibians, shirtless […]
The Carlow Chronicle
The Carlow Chronicle is a University newspaper that strives to include as many students as possible, and produce quality work for a diverse community of readers.
Transgender Day of Remembrance
By Rachel Kish, junior Social Work major Annually on November 20, the transgender lives taken by violent acts of hate catalyzed by transphobia are remembered on what is called “Transgender Day […]
Author of Carlow University’s Common Reader Goes Viral
By Bri Griffith, junior Creative Writing major Dr. Moustafa Bayoumi, author of “How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?: Being Young and Arab in America” spoke at Carlow University’s Academic […]
Register to Vote!
Featured Image from http://www.douglasma.org By Cameron Stablein With the 2016 Presidential Election only one month away, residents of Pennsylvania still have time to register and update current living addresses for Election Day. Voters […]
Featured Image: Promotional Art, Overwatch. © Blizzard Entertainment. By Cory Taggart Blizzard Entertainment is no stranger to wildly successful games. Even those well outside the gaming scene are aware of World of Warcraft […]
Improvement is Key for Inaugural Golf Season
Featured Image from http://www.carlow.edu By Nate Bell Golf is the newest addition to Carlow athletics in 2016. Along with […]
National Coming Out Day
By Rachel Kish October 11 is an important day to many: National Coming Out Day, a day to celebrate coming out as a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer person in general. This […]
Sisters of Mercy: Overview
Featured Image: Convent and Campus Green – http://www.carlow.edu By Erika Kellerman Carlow University is a Catholic institution, but also a Mercy institution. You may be wondering, “What does that mean?” Carlow is […]
Pittsburgh’s Buried Treasure: Randyland
By Erika Kellerman When you do more for others, you find that you do more for yourself. And that’s the story of Randyland. With the vast amount of travesty and tragedy in […]
By Ally Fleming Co-Written By Bri Griffith If you’re looking for a new show to binge-watch on Netflix, why not “Shameless?” “Shameless” tells the story of the Gallagher family. The show focuses […]
Black Lives Matter
By Bre Thomas Black Lives Matter is a modern civil rights movement that sheds a light on the social and political injustices and disparities against the African American community. The goal of […]
Carlow Graduates: Where Are They Now?
By Bri Griffith, junior Creative Writing major College students everywhere look forward to graduation, while simultaneously dreading the celebratory event. Graduation means (hopefully) starting a new job, internship, or possibly solidifying plans […]