Senior Communication major at Robert Morris University with a concentration in Applied Journalism. Skilled in information gathering, storytelling, written and broadcast journalism, photojournalism, and video editing. Experiences with news organizations such as the Tribune-Review as a freelance reporter and Robert Morris University's RMU Sentry Media as a staff news writer.
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Haleigh Karcher was three days away from graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School when she was swinging across Peters Creek on a rope. The standout high school softball catcher's hand got caught on the rope, severing three and half fingers on her glove hand. Karcher, 18, was to play softball
Archaeologists are looking for new clues at one of the oldest known sites of human habitation in North America. Devlin Gandy, an archaeologist from St. John's College at the University of Cambridge, and James M. Adovasio, the director of archaeology at Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village, are conducting research at
On Jan. 12, Robert Morris University welcomed its newest Rooney Scholars. The reception was held by the Center of Global Engagement in the Rooney House to introduce husband and wife, Dr. Monwabisi Gantsho and Dr. Moloko Ramashala-Gantsho to RMU this Spring semester.
In a change from previous years, Robert Morris University will not be providing summer housing in the apartments on campus, and students who planned to use the free residency are confused and upset about the changes.
Due to the construction of Robert Morris University's new UPMC Events Center, there have been changes made to campus for the duration of the project. According to the university, the new home of Colonials basketball and volleyball is planned to open in January 2019.
As Nov. 8th quickly nears, Robert Morris University is encouraging all students to take part in the upcoming 2016 Presidential Election and the first step is registering to vote.
Entering the fall semester at Robert Morris University, the dining hours were abruptly changed without any consultation with RMU students or warning creating an uproar around campus. Many students flocked to each other, their professors, the dining staff and even social media to express their frustration with the change.
Rachel Stuhler Sarnowski woke up in the middle of the night just shy of 38-weeks pregnant and found her water had broken. Like many other mothers, she was troubled, but possibly dying during birth did not cross her mind.
In May 2008, after decades of working in corporate public relations, Carolyn Thomas was finally doing what she loved working as a public relations person for non-profit organizations such as the Palliative Care Society. On top of work, she was staying active as a run leader in the local YMCA’s marathon clinic and balancing her social life with her friends and family when she joined, what she calls, an “exclusive club no one ever wants to be a part of”.
University Boulevard and Campus Drive has been ranked thirteenth out of fifty of the most dangerous intersections in Allegheny County.