Public Safety lacks a student-supported response to recurring crime

Abbey Sullivan

March 11, 2020

Some students claim Public Safety fails to make students feel safe when strangers are wandering around Fifth Avenue apartments.

Chatham Board of Trustees decision on Sanger Hall shows the power of student spirit

Abbey Sullivan

February 19, 2020

Why was Sanger Hall renamed? Because Chatham Student Government, the Black Student Union and many other socially responsible students believed they could make a real change through their protests.

Chatham athletics program excessively pushed on non-athlete students

Abigail Kneuss

January 22, 2020

Some students feel like Chatham University spotlights its sports teams more than other activities on campus.

Racial slurs and foul language don’t belong in Chatham University classrooms

Abbey Sullivan

December 12, 2019

Derogatory language in and outside of academic settings is inexcusable.

Housing survey provides inappropriate and invasive questions with limited answers to students at Chatham University

December 2, 2019

By Abbey Sullivan Shawn McQuillan, Director of Residence Life at Chatham University, sent an email on Oct. 25 to the on-campus student body with an optional bi-annual survey titled the “resident assessment survey....

Chatham University celebrates 150th anniversary, a perspective on the event from an undergraduate student

December 2, 2019

By McKenna DiRienzo Chatham University was overflowing with alumni celebrating their alma mater’s 150th anniversary earlier in October. My grandmother’s friend was a graduate from the class of 1959 and she was ec...

Sustainability in question with so many Chatham T-shirts

Maggie Susa

December 2, 2019

Chatham University is the eighth most sustainable school in the country, according to This is based on statistics about its energy consumption, recycling and the low environmental impact of the Eden Hall camp...

Make it Queerer

January 23, 2018

by: Renee Gasbarre One of the reasons I chose Chatham for my undergrad studies is how strongly it marketed its “diversity.” I wanted a campus that wasn’t all the same kinds of people and made an effort to care for all ...

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Reflecting on Our Past

November 5, 2017

Just Films: Southwest of Salem

November 5, 2017

  By: Reneé Gasbarre The second selection of this year’s Just Films series was Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four. The documentary follows the investigation of the wrongful convictions of four Latina women for ...

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...

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