Written by Parker Wadding
There have been numerous protests on and around the University of Pittsburgh’s campus in response to two right-wing student-run organizations holding events and inviting speakers with a history of promoting transphobic rhetoric.
Congratulations to the amazing staff members of the Carlow Chronicle who have recently graduated!
Written by Kenna Hixenbaugh
If you are on the popular social media app TikTok, you may have heard of the “I’m so lucky” trend. If you have not heard of this trend, allow me to fill you in on the details.
Interviewed by Parker Wadding
Sarah Shotland is the English program’s newest creative writing faculty member. She has produced plays, published creative nonfiction, scholarly articles as well as fiction, including her novels…
Written by Alycia Butler
The International Poetry Forum (IPF) was a reading series started and directed by Dr. Samuel Hazo from 1966 to 2009. Hazo founded the IPF to show the transformative power of spoken poetry to all people.
Written by Fiona Ozenich
Presented by Carlow University Theatre Department, Sept. 28/29 & Oct. 1 (no show Friday, Sept. 30). Admission is free. Featuring: Carley DiPaolo, Sam Dolnack, Morgan Johnston, Paul Marion Jr., Abby Mortimore, Meghan Norris, James C. Rose Jr., Nate Thomas, Alli Troup, and Jaxon Westwood.
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.