Written by: Maia Williams Black History Month begins on Feb. 1 each year to honor several African Americans who have helped shape United States history. According to CNN, Carter G. Woodson, an African-American Historian, wrote black Americans into the […]
Written by: Lana Al Doori Iraq: “Going to claim my rights” Iraqi protestors attest. On Oct. 1 2019, mass demonstrations in Iraq were assembled against corruption, unemployment, outside interreferences (Iran in particular), and political quotas. During those two days 107 people were killed and […]
Written by: Isabella Diaz On Jan. 17, the late local rapper Mac Miller’s posthumous album, Circles, was released. This final album was different from anything he released before; tying the idea of one album (Swimming) to another […]
Written by: Caitlin McDonough If you’re new to Pittsburgh, or you just don’t get around the city very much, going to see plays and musicals can be a great way to see the […]
Words of encouragement from the Editor-in-Chief of the Carlow Chronicle, Maia Williams, as the University transitions to online classes during the COVID-19 crisis, March 2020.
By: Marena Glaister Self-care may seem like something more-so female-popularized when spoken about at first, however, self-care is extremely important to all people for success and good health. Many people seem to forget how important […]
By Caitlin McDonough After several news reports about the Allegheny County Health Department’s inspection of Tiernan Hall and the evidence of rodents in the kitchen surfaced over the last week, students are concerned about Carlow’s […]
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: Brandee Salinas A few blocks from campus is a small oasis of decadence. Treats n Beans is one of the newest restaurants to open in Oakland. It is a dessert and […]