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First Year student speaks out against graduation dress-code

November 18, 2019

By Carmen BurkholderHannah Kozak ‘23Hannah Kozak ’23 is a first-year political science student at Chatham University’s Shadyside campus. Last spring, she made national headlines when she decided to take action on an issue...

Trees cut down on Chatham’s Shadyside campus, students have mixed emotions

November 18, 2019

By Anniston BieriMany students have enjoyed a quiet moment by the Chatham University pond,watching the fish, listening to the water, and hoping to befriend the ducks.It’s nice to sit and relax beneath the large Norwegian Maple...

Chatham places in top 20 in RecycleMania competition

April 29, 2019

By Anniston BieriApril is here, and that means there’s a lot coming to an end here on campus. Winter is over (hopefully), and most are anticipating summer vacation or even graduation.April’s arrival also means that RecycleMa...

People pack chapel for Maggie Haberman lecture on Trump and the press

April 29, 2019

By Abbey SullivanPulitzer Prize-winning reporter Maggie Haberman spoke at Chatham University on April 3 in the Campbell Memorial Chapel. She was here as the Pennsylvania Center for Women & Politics’ 2018–19 Elsie Hillman...

On-Campus student employees to receive wage raises

April 29, 2019

By Abbey SullivanStudent employment is an integral part of Chatham’s lively community and campus environment. Those students with on-campus jobs will be receiving wage increases in the coming semesters.According to Kate Sherid...

Chatham Student Government holds elections

April 29, 2019

By Clair FinkChatham Student Government (CSG), a long-standing organization on campus, is holding its annual election. Voting closes at 11:55 p.m. April 10.Since each office is up for reelection, here are the positions that will...

Warming Pittsburgh Together: Honors Living Learning Community holds winter clothing drive

April 29, 2019

By Jennie PiotrzkowskiThis winter was another example of how chilling temperatures can take over Pittsburgh. Students in Chatham University’s Honors Living Learning Community recognize that not everyone is able to afford or ha...

The Minor Bird marks 90 years with special anniversary issue, launch party

April 29, 2019

By Iris MarzolfIn April, The Minor Bird — Chatham University’s student-run literary magazine — is publishing its 90th anniversary edition. It’s a platform where undergraduate artists and writers can share their o...

Active shooter training draws mixed reviews from students

April 29, 2019

By Juliette LopezIn the wake of the mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill last fall, the Office of Residence Life and Public Safety at Chatham University held an active shooter training assembly earlier th...

How rude! Why celebrities shouldn't be the focus of our rage in the academia scandal

April 29, 2019

By Dana EnglishWhen news broke in early March of Operation Varsity Blues -- the largest college admissions scandal ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice -- the nation was rightfully outraged.We watched in collective disgu...

Chatham unveils 10-year master plan to renovate campus

April 29, 2019

By Anniston BieriChatham University previewed on March 14 in Eddy Theatre the final draft of an integrated master plan to improve its campus in Shadyside.Walter B. Fowler, the University’s Vice President of Finance and Adminis...

New York Times correspondent Maggie Haberman to speak at Chatham Shadyside

April 29, 2019

By Abbey SullivanThe relationships between the public, the press and the president are undergoing an unprecedented twist at the hands of Donald Trump, prompting people to pay even more attention to prominent figures in journalis...

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