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.
March Student Spotlights on Maddie Canel, Emma Wilson, and Janna Arnold.
On March 30, Carlow hosted Joylette Portlock’s ‘Comfort with Complexity,’ a talk about Sustainable Pittsburgh and our connection to the natural world.
The end of the semester is quickly approaching, which means that final projects, papers, and exams are also on the horizon. Luckily, Carlow University has a resource for academic support — the Center for Academic Achievement, or the CAA. Learn more about the CAA’s services and tutoring options during the pandemic.
Student Spotlights from our social media stories on Maggie Pogel and Morgan Mack by Stellanie Kyros, recapped by Guinevere Stearns.
Dr. Suzanne Mellon, the 10th president of Carlow University, plans to retire at the end of the 2020-2021 academic year. Read about her accomplishments and listen to the full interview with her here.
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.
Written by Morgan Mack College means different things to different people. Some attend solely for the educational purposes. Some attend for the experience. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges all […]
Written by Alaina Dopico Reading a comic book is like walking into a fantasy, like a waking dream that keeps you up at dawn, flipping through the pages trying to find your way […]
Written By: Lana Al Doori To all the seniors who’ve dreamed of walking the graduation stage since the start of their undergraduate career. To all the seniors who’ve worked hard to earn the degree that they deserve. […]