Exhibition to honor the Holocaust survivors that travels the world, found its way to Chatham University

December 2, 2019

By Leah Berman-Kress An art installation entitled “Lest We Forget” is displayed outside numerous universities in Pittsburgh, including here at Chatham University. The exhibit includes 63 large-scale images of Hol...

Vegan Crawl Review: Gluuteny Restaurant

December 2, 2019

The Vegan Crawl goes to seek another great spot to add to their list. This bakery definitely fulfills those with a sweet tooth. Check out writer's, Juliette and Jesse, review.

Vegan Crawl Review: Spak Brothers Restaurant

December 2, 2019

By Juliette Lopez and Jesse Solomon Spak Brothers is a popular spot on Penn Avenue in Garfield for vegans to get their “classic” takeout pizza fix. Spak Brothers pizza shop on Penn Avenue in Garfield. The ...

Chatham University’s history with ghosts and how they came to be, a Halloween special

December 2, 2019

By JL Silverman We may think of Halloween as a night of pranks, costumes, parties and lots of candy, yet its origins can be found in a festival known as Samhain (pronounced SOW-in), a Celtic tradition. Samhain celebr...

Cougar Coffee Crawl: End-of-semester wrap up

December 7, 2018

Writers Iris and Jade Marzolf recap their favorite coffee shop stops from the fall semester.

American Spirits

April 3, 2018

By: Jamie Wiggan According to Bill Bryson, prohibition was “probably the worst social experiment conducted anywhere ever.” But whether or not you’re sold by Bryson’s hyperbole, the consensus that it was an overwhelming failure...

The Definition of Success: Derek Snook on voluntary homelessness and humanitarianism

January 23, 2018

By: The Chatham Post Derek Snook is a social entrepreneur based in Brooklyn, NY. He is the founder of Charleston-based labor agency In Every Story. His first book The Definition of Success made its official online release on Novem...

Green Exhibit visits the CUAG

November 3, 2017

by: Renee Gasbarre, staff writer I recently had the opportunity to visit the Chatham University Art Gallery (CUAG) in Woodland. It featured information about projects from The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI), including Massai Solar, WindNest, and Wind Forest. It was a lot smaller t...

The Carnegie Museum of Art Welcomes Harry Belafonte

November 3, 2017

By: Jordyn Gillard, contributing writing On Friday October 20th the Carnegie Museum of Art invited actor-turned-social-activist, Harry Belafonte, to discuss the place of the arts in social activism. Known for his roles in Carmen Jones, Buck and the Preacher, and Odds Against Tomorrow—to name a few...

Chatham Celebrates Friday the 13th With A Rocky Horror Shadow Cast

October 21, 2017

By: Teri Bradford On October 13, Chatham put on a shadow cast of the 1975 cult classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Rocky Horror). The Office of Residence Life & Student Activities sponsored the show, and Jessica Keller took on the ta...

Style for less: This Fall’s thrift finds

October 21, 2017

By: Anna D’Acierno It’s that time of year again; the time in between the warmth and the cold. The time when you are excited to pick out your outfit in the morning. Maybe you’re tired of wearing shorts because your tan lines faded almost two months ago,...

Green Eats: Tres Ríos

Green Eats: Tres Ríos

February 26, 2017

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