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.
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.
Written by Kaitlyn Stamm Carlow University makes history this year by creating a new men’s volleyball team, and their first season has begun in the Spring 2021 semester. The team will compete under the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) in the River […]
Written by Alaina Dopico Groundhog Day has come and gone, and the prediction was glum. More slush, more chill, more reasons to stay inside on Tuesday night, turn on a pot of […]
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.
Read here Dec. 2020 graduate Sam Collier’s reflection of her time at Carlow as a first-generation college student.
Written by Morgan Mack When instruction at Carlow shifted from in-person to online in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of faculty members were interested in how students were fairing under different learning conditions. […]
“The mission of the Social Justice Institute at Carlow University is to provide access to under-represented groups and to close educational, socio-economic, and leadership gaps, particularly those that disproportionately affect women.” Written by Samantha Collier The […]
Written by the Carlow Chronicle Staff During a time of political polarization and abuse of human rights, the United States can be a frightening and dangerous place for some to live in. Safe spaces for marginalized groups become […]
Written by Clare Duffus The pandemic that has cursed 2020 has also confined most students to their homes and dorm rooms. Studying in one room for hours on end is enough to drive anyone crazy. Luckily, Carlow University […]