Omni Alert changed to Chatham Alert system

JL Silverman

February 19, 2020

The Omni Alert system that sent an inaccurate message to subscribers during the Tree of Life shooting in 2018 was renamed, among other updates.

Sanger Hall donor the Colcom Foundation in discussion with Chatham about renaming room

Maggie Susa

January 22, 2020

The three-year controversy over whether or not the lecture hall named after Margaret Sanger should be renamed due to her history with eugenics continues as Colcom answers questions about the donation.

Like your MacBook? Weigh in next month in IT survey

Abbey Sullivan

January 14, 2020

Chatham University utilizes Apple technology. Students are given their own MacBooks upon arrival, and desktops throughout campus are branded with the Apple insignia. Faculty and students alike are often seen with iPhon...

Plans to better wellness services at Chatham University are in the works, new Executive Director wants to better the university’s outreach to students

December 2, 2019

By Irina Bucur Dr. Jennifer Morse was appointed Executive Director of Counseling and Wellness this summer, a title she says reflects a more comprehensive perspective on wellness services, and also points to expanding ...

Chatham University has trouble keeping up with increasing maintenance requests, understaffed department in comparison to growing incoming classes.

December 2, 2019

By Haley Daugherty Scalding water, creepy crawlies and icy steps. These are just some of the issues the Chatham University maintenance staff works tirelessly to fix on campus. It seems like lately, though, some probl...

Representation of the Jewish Holiday Sukkot on Chatham University’s campus

December 2, 2019

Many students have probably wondered what’s the structure in front of the Jennie King Mellon Library, and why it’s being built. The small structure near Café Rachel is actually called a Sukkah and is linked to the...

The perspective of Chatham University conservative students on attending a historically liberal school

December 2, 2019

By Abigail Kneuss Have you ever gotten into a political argument on campus? Maybe it’s that guy in your political science class who gets you heated, or that girl who’s always loudly voicing her opinion that you do...

This Week in International News

January 23, 2018

by: Emily Simons   Africa: Egyptian Mosque Attack Following the terrorist attack in the North Sinai province, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi declared a country wide period of mourning for three days. President el-Sisi also ...

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