Environmental Issues are Human Rights Issues: A conversation with Chatham’s Nikki Mammano

January 23, 2018

By: Teri Bradford Whether you’re sitting in class or standing in line at Café Rachel, you’re sure to see orange squares pinned to a few backpacks. The squares are a statement to show support for Chatham’s divestment from f...

Rosie Benford’s challenging Chatham to fight cancer one hat at a time

November 17, 2017

by: Teri Bradford If you haven’t met Rosie Benford, you’ve probably seen her donning stylish outfits while jetting from Buhl to the Art and Design Center. Benford’s Biology major, Graphic Design minor, Women’s Leadership Certificate, and ...

Brian Broome: The East Hills, inequality, and creative nonfiction

November 3, 2017

by: Teri Bradford, Editor-in-Chief Since the end of August, you may have seen Pittsburghers carrying pocket-sized pink books with a Port Authority Transit (PAT) bus printed on the cover. The title of the book is “79,” and the author is Chatham's own Brian Broom...

Dr. Jeanne Jordan is Saving Women and Children One New Diagnostic Test At A Time

October 21, 2017

By: Jessica Keller Dr. Jeanne A. Jordan is currently a professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at The George Washington University School of Public Health. She visited campus on Wednesday, October 11th, to deliver the Barbara Stone Hollander...

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