Humans of RMU: The Community Advisor

Humans of RMU: The Community Advisor

Maura Linehan
April 22, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

There is no correct way to be a CA according to Ben Decker, a sophomore at RMU and a Community Advisor himself.“This is a tricky question because there is no right answer to this,” Decker said. “You can slide by, or you can go above and beyond. There is more to it than people may think... Read more »

Humans of RMU: The Editor-in-Chief

Humans of RMU: The Editor-in-Chief

Maura Linehan
April 15, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Traditions are made to be passed down to the next generation. Megan Waleff, a senior at Robert Morris, has made it her mission to ensure that the moments in time experienced by her classmates have been captured, so they can share and enjoy them for years to come. Waleff works to achieve this mission by... Read more »

Poe-try on Screen

Poe-try on Screen

Tyler Jorgensen
April 9, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Last Saturday, team M.C. Hammer (Merritt Donoghue, and Caleb Pasquale) executed a fundraiser for a non-profit: the Village Theater Company. Both Donoghue and Pasquale are students of RMU and are currently taking Communications Seminar. They were tasked with planning, developing, and executing a fundraiser fo... Read more »

Humans of RMU: The Hockey Player

Humans of RMU: The Hockey Player

Maura Linehan
April 8, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

David Friedmann began playing hockey when he was just four years old. With practice came opportunities to play the game on numerous teams, all of which led to four years on the Robert Morris University Men’s Hockey Team. With his college hockey career completed, Friedmann has moved on to become a ... Read more »

Humans of RMU: The Dancer

Humans of RMU: The Dancer

Maura Linehan, Assistant A&E Editor
April 2, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Dancing requires a unique set of physical and expressive talents, and while Kami Warnock -- a freshman at Robert Morris -- did not come to college to study dance, she still wanted to pursue her art as a student. She has been able to have that opportunity by joining the Colonial Elite Competition Dance... Read more »

For the Love of Food: Dining out on Valentine’s Day

For the Love of Food: Dining out on Valentine’s Day

Maura Linehan, Assistant A&E Editor
February 10, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

The old adage is that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. If you believe in this philosophy and don’t feel like cooking for your date on Valentine’s Day, here are some restaurants you could consider taking them to this weekend. All three of these restaurants are small and personal,... Read more »

Black Friday: Why Prepping for One Holiday has Erased Another

Black Friday: Why Prepping for One Holiday has Erased Another

Morgan Torchia
November 25, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

When November rolls around, the first thought on everyone’s mind used to be “Thanksgiving,” meaning a time to be thankful and spend time with friends and family. Unfortunately, in today’s society, the first thought on everyone’s mind has shifted to “Black Friday,” meaning skipping Thanksgiving... Read more »

Is Dance Moms done for good?

Is Dance Moms done for good?

Samantha Sektnan
November 2, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

If you haven’t already heard, Pittsburgh’s own Abby Lee Miller could end up behind bars after being indicted October 13th by a Pittsburgh grand jury on 20 counts of fraud. The allegations include Miller hiding more than $755,000 in earnings, which could cost her five years in jail and ov... Read more »

Humans of RMU: The Haunted Hall Organizer

Humans of RMU: The Haunted Hall Organizer

Maura Linehan
October 30, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Nightmares came to life on campus during Haunted Adams as students prepared for Halloween 2015. Friday, October 23 might have been a week before the holiday, but it gave students a chance for some scary activities as they saw the frightening side of Adams Hall. Emily Carney, a sophomore at RMU, organized... Read more »

YouTube’s best cover artists

YouTube’s best cover artists

Samantha Sektnan
October 12, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

After being discovered on YouTube for their covers of popular songs, Karmin, Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, Tori Kelly, Austin Mahone, Cody Simpson, and 5 Seconds of Summer are just a few of the famous artists that have YouTube to thank for their rising success. Included below are eight singer-songwriters... Read more »