Police Blotter 4/22/14 – 4/28/14

Police Blotter 4/22/14 – 4/28/14

April 29, 2014
Filed under News, Police Blotter, Top Stories

4/22/14 - Medical Emergency - This department was advised of a student with respiratory problems needing an ambulance in Concord Hall.  Valley Ambulance was notified and transported the student to Allegheny General Hospital for further treatment. (Closed) 4/23/14 - Trouble Alarm - Guardian reported... Read more »

Police Blotter 4/15/14 – 4/21/14

Police Blotter 4/15/14 – 4/21/14

April 23, 2014
Filed under News, Police Blotter, Top Stories

4/15/14 - Suspicious Vehicle - An officer viewed a vehicle parked in the Fire Lane behind Washington Hall, known of suspicious activity.  The driver of the vehicle was on the PNG list and was cited for simple trespass. 4/15/14 - Medical Emergency - This department was advised of a female student... Read more »

Bronze Bob creates new tradition at RMU

Bronze Bob creates new tradition at RMU

Victoria Williams , Staff Writer
April 22, 2014
Filed under News, Top Stories

  On April 21, Robert Morris University welcomed a new addition to its community: Bronze Bob. The ceremony revealing the bronze statue donated by the Class of 2013 took place beside the Nicholson fire pit. During the ceremony, President Dell’Omo spoke about how he hopes the statue will... Read more »

Late night alarm keeps students awake

Late night alarm keeps students awake

Paul Wintruba, Photography Editor
April 16, 2014
Filed under Featured Multimedia, News, Photo Gallery, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Police Blotter 4/8/14 – 4/13/14

Police Blotter 4/8/14 – 4/13/14

April 15, 2014
Filed under News, Police Blotter, Top Stories

4/8/14 - Medical Emergency - Parkhurst reported an employee falling and needing medical attention.  The employee tripped, fell and landed on their hip.  Valley Ambulance was notified, but medical treatment was refused by the employee. (Closed) 4/8/14 - Student Conduct - This department was advised... Read more »

President Obama Picks Pittsburgh as Place with “Opportunity For All”

President Obama Picks Pittsburgh as Place with “Opportunity For All”

Leah Fleischel, Editor-in-Chief
April 15, 2014
Filed under Moon Twp. News, News, Top Stories

President Barack Obama is back for more of the Steel City just over two months after visiting Mon Valley Steel Works in West Mifflin to promote his myRA program to the people of Pittsburgh. His focus during his visit on Wednesday at the CCAC campus in North Fayette is to... Read more »

RMU Students Present at IUP Undergraduate Research Conference

RMU Students Present at IUP Undergraduate Research Conference

Melissa Egnacheski, Contributor
April 15, 2014
Filed under News, Top Stories

Seven of Robert Morris University’s Communication and Media Arts students attended the Laurel Highlands Communications Conference hosted by Indiana University of Pennsylvania Undergraduate Research Conference with Dr. Ann Jabro on April 11, 2014. These students were selected to present class projects... Read more »

Former professional athletes visit RMU to raise concussion awareness

Former professional athletes visit RMU to raise concussion awareness

Haley Sawyer, Assistant Sports Editor
April 14, 2014
Filed under Featured Multimedia, News, Sports, Top Stories, Video

One of the hottest topics in athletics, both collegiate and professional, is concussion awareness.  According to the Center for Disease Control, traumatic brain injuries accounted for 715.7 emergency department visits, 91.7 hospitalizations, and 17.1 deaths in America in the year 2010. ... Read more »

Police Blotter 4/1/14 – 4/7/14

Police Blotter 4/1/14 – 4/7/14

April 14, 2014
Filed under News, Police Blotter

4/1/14 - Medical Emergency - An ambulance was requested for a female with a possible concussion.  Valley Ambulance was notified and transported the female student to the Beaver Medical Center for treatment. (Closed) 4/1/14 - Lost Property - A student reported losing a camera in Yorktown Hall. ... Read more »

New interactive website provides another source for college students

New interactive website provides another source for college students

Hannah Smith , News Editor
April 8, 2014
Filed under News, Top Stories

If you like RateMyProfessor.com, you’ll love SyllabusRate.com.  This newly launched site allows college students to rate and upload the syllabus to a class. Students will be able to use this as a tool to find out what courses they want to take without the hassle of adding or dropping classes when... Read more »