On Jan. 27, the Frick Pittsburgh virtually arranged “Ekphrasis: Poetic Responses to Victorian Radicals” over Zoom, where poets from Pittsburgh were able to create poems based on Victorian art being showcased in the museum. They had the opportunity to explore the museum and choose their art piece.
Early childhood education major Guinevere Stearn’s personal experience with the progression of student observing through the pandemic.
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.
Written by Kaitlyn Stamm If you are looking for a fun activity while staying safe, look no further than PPG Place. Every year in downtown Pittsburgh, PPG Place opens an ice rink from November through March. To ensure COVID-19 guidelines are […]
Written by Guinevere Stearns If you are tired of quarantine and are looking for something fun to do as the weather gets warmer, look no further than The Conqueror. This is an online challenge that allows […]
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. […]
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 Pittsburgh is home to many healthcare workers, many being students. A great percentage of Carlow University students are pursuing a healthcare related degree. Some of these students currently […]
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 […]
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 Christian Grandinetti The Big 10 Conference, one of the biggest conferences in college football, made the decision to play on Sep. 16. They will start up the season on the weekend of Oct. 24. The first decision that […]
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 […]