Chatham Students Celebrate Halloween at Annual Mocktails and Halloween Dinner

November 3, 2017

By: Jessica Keller, staff writer Every year on Halloween, Anderson Dining Hall transforms into a spooky setting with sweet treats, creepy food, and fun mocktails. Some of the Halloween themed food made by the Parkhurst staff included a neon green soup called Witches’ Brew, chicken wings dyed ...

Chatham: A Liberal Arts College?

October 3, 2017

By: Jamie Wiggan “Liberal Arts” is a dated term—that is, outside of college campuses. Apart from designating a particular degree format or institution of higher education, it is a term that is all but extinct. Why then ...

Just Films Series: Audrie & Daisy

October 3, 2017

By: Reneé Gasbarre September 13th marked the beginning of the second season of the Just Films series, kicking off with a showing of the Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy. “Just Films,” according to its website, “is a collaboration of five organizations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania commi...

What Comes Next: A Response to Public Safety Withholds 2015 Incident Reports

May 23, 2017

  By: Atiya Irvin-Mitchell In 1986 at Lehigh University a young woman named Jeanne Clery was raped and brutally murdered by a fellow student in her dorm room on a campus her parents say she adored. Jeanne Clery was the youngest of...

Chatham Graduate To Open Cat Cafe

May 22, 2017

By: Claire Rhode This summer a new cat café will be opening in Pittsburgh. Cat cafes, which are popular in Japan and Taiwan, have been coming to American cities recently. They have a room for patrons to play with cats for just a few extra dollars and the Black C...

Science is Real!

Science is Real!

March 9, 2017

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