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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 ...

Withintrification: Bible Center Church is changing the Homewood community one project at a time

December 3, 2017

By Teri Bradford In recent years, Pittsburgh has been highlighted nationwide as an up and coming city. It’s small businesses, eclectic residents, and youthful vibe has lured in big companies like Google and possibly Amazon. But for many...

Chatham inaugurates Dr. David Finegold as 19th President

October 21, 2017

By: Teri Bradford It was with great excitement on October 13, 2017 that Dr. David L. Finegold, DPhil was inaugurated and officially became Chatham University’s 19th president. Finegold started his presidency a little over a ye...

Chatham’s Drift-Tube Mass Spectrometer: The Most Accurate in the World

October 21, 2017

By: Christina Binder Back in April 2016, Dr. Larry A. Vieland, Dr. Jamiyanaa “Jami” Dashdorj, Dr. Rainer Johnsen, and Anbara Lutfullaeva collaborated to install a drift-tube mass spectrometer (DTMS) into Chatham’s Buhl building with the intention of improv...

This week in international news

October 21, 2017

By: Emily Simons Africa: On October 26th, Kenya will have it’s second election this year after the Kenyan Supreme Court nullified the election results of August 8th where Uhuru Kenyatta was announced the winner in his race again...

Fatigue, Delays, and Smells: Surviving Travel as a College Student

October 21, 2017

By: Emily Simons As we all settle into our routines for the semester, it’s easier to plan travel opportunities. Whether that means going home to visit family or finding new cities to explore, here are some of the pros and cons a...

Chatham Students Get Competitive During Annual Battle of the Classes Tradition

October 10, 2017

By: Teri Bradford Paintbrushes have been put away, songs have been sung, and Chatham University’s 2017 Battle of the Classes has concluded. The results are as follows: The annual Chatham tradition kicked off on Sunday, September 24 with a Fifth Avenue trash clean up. Points were given to classes based on par...

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