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.
What’s Good Carlow?
What’s Good Carlow? Sorry it has been way too long. We know you guys missed the podcast, we missed it too. In this episode, DJ kicks off the newly vamped up podcast […]
By: DJ Zedalis In Fall of 2019, classes for Data Analytics will begin. The addition of the Data Analytics major came from Dr. Erika Mochan. This program is intended to attract more students […]
By: Amber Kanoza Photo courtesy of Amber Kanoza The Critical Point is Carlow’s undergraduate literature journal. Dr. Anne Rashid, Associate Professor of English and director of the Women’s and Gender Studies Department, is the faculty advisor for the […]
By Maia Williams Have you ever had such a strong obsession that it made you do the unthinkable? The psychological thriller “You” first premiered on Lifetime on Sep. 9, 2018. The series […]
By: Rachel Navarro Photo courtesy of Amber Kanoza On Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12, the Carlow Dance Company will hold their 13th annual spring dance show starting at 8 p.m. in the Antonian Theatre. The […]
By: Bria Rathway Hello everyone! My name is Bria Rathway and I am a recent Carlow University graduate. My time at Carlow was more than I could have ever asked for. All I did was blink and 3 ½ years […]
By Olivia Donn Trevenen Photo Courtesy of Olivia Donn Trevenen Emily Armstrong is a senior studio art major with minors in biology, chemistry and women’s and gender studies. She is also a member of the Carlow University […]
By: DJ Zendalis On Feb. 4, Carlow’s theatre produced their first annual cabaret. The cabaret showed Carlow University that you can enjoy fan favorite songs from musicals without listening to the entire musical. Songs performed in the cabaret stretched […]
By Olivia Trevenen Strong Women, Strong Girls (SWSG) is an organization designed to empower young girls to aspire for a bigger and brighter future than girls have historically been able to imagine for themselves. SWSG […]