Uzima juice bar is building a new program to unite Pittsburgh college students in the fight against mental illness.
Attending college is hard and empties just about everyone’s bank account. Pittsburgh has many great paid attractions, but there are multiple attractions that are free of charge. Here are a few things that can keep you occupied without emptying your wallet.
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.
Being a college student and moving away from home is hard, and most college students can feel very intimidated when beginning to cook for themselves for the first time.
But we’re here to help! Here are some tips for meal prepping and keeping a budget while in college.
Early childhood education major Guinevere Stearn’s personal experience with the progression of student observing through the pandemic.
Student Spotlights from our social media stories on Maggie Pogel and Morgan Mack by Stellanie Kyros, recapped by Guinevere Stearns.
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 […]
Styled by Stellanie Kyros In the world of fashion, it’s not unusual for an entire look to revolve around a single article of clothing. Make these specific items the focal point of […]
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 Morgan Mack As the 2020 presidential election quickly approaches, casting your ballot has never been so confusing. Is mail-in voting safe? Is in person voting safer? If the president does not trust mail-in voting, why should I? Can I […]