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RMU student member of elite Tamburitzans

RMU student member of elite Tamburitzans

Sarah Gabany, Reporter

January 29, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

The Tamburitzans have been making their mark in Pittsburgh since the late 1930s, celebrating various international cultures through the art of folk dance and traditional music. The group originally had an agreement with Duquesne University in order to provide scholarships for those students who perform...

MadSierra Photography brings self-image into the picture frame

MadSierra Photography brings self-image into the picture frame

Maura Linehan

January 22, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Through the lens of her camera, an ambitious 16-year-old Madison Pisarchick found her calling. Pisarchick, now a junior at Robert Morris, did not have a goal in mind while she was taking pictures of two friends. What she soon found was what the her camera could reveal more about its subject than she ev...

RMU alumni crowdfunding horror film

RMU alumni crowdfunding horror film

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

December 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Featured A&E, Features, Lifestyles, Lifestyles Multimedia, Movies, Movies & TV, Top Stories

Darin DiNapoli and Amanda Williams, both a part of the graduating class of 2006, have started a crowdfunding campaign to make their short film, “The Elf in the Room,” a reality.

Humans of RMU: The underwater hockey player

Humans of RMU: The underwater hockey player

Maura Linehan

November 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles, Top Stories

When RMU Associate Professor of Psychology David Wheeler was a junior at the California Institute of Technology, he had no idea that his interest in swimming underwater would lead him to discover a sport that he still plays. Even though snorkeling and scuba diving are familiar to everyone, many people...

City-wide chapter has rich history

City-wide chapter has rich history

Maura Linehan, Arts and Entertainment Manager

November 14, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Delta Sigma Theta, while not one of the panhellenic houses, has a large impact on RMU and Pittsburgh.

Humans of RMU: The horror fanatic

Humans of RMU: The horror fanatic

Maura Linehan, Arts and Entertainment Manager

October 31, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Features, Humans of RMU, Movies, Top Stories

Read the inside story on horror from Ray Zaperoni, a long time enthusiast of the genre of fear.

Media Arts student to display short film at film festival

Media Arts student to display short film at film festival

Sarah Gabany, Contributor

October 25, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Featured A&E, Features, Movies, Movies & TV, Top Stories

Karoline Betteridge's film "He Follows" will be featured at the S.O.S. Indie Film Fest.

Humans of RMU: The psychology professor

Humans of RMU: The psychology professor

Maura Linehan

April 19, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Humans of RMU, Top Stories

Understanding one’s self — who you are and why you are — can be a complicated process. In fact, knowing why you are programmed to do certain things can help you gain insight into who you are. Stephen Paul, Ph.D., who is now a professor of psychology, found his own career while he wa...

The #BullyHunters controversy

The #BullyHunters controversy

Garret Roberts

April 16, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Culture, Features, Gaming News, Top Stories, Video Games

April 12 marked the inaugural broadcast of the #BullyHunters live stream on the Twitch streaming service. Aiming to raise awareness about online harassment, the movement has met a roadblock with countless controversies having arisen because of the broadcast.#BullyHunters was started by Natalie Casanova ...

Arby’s “Meat Mountain” challenge

Arby’s “Meat Mountain” challenge

Garret Roberts

April 12, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Culture, Features, Food, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Food challenges have existed for years, ranging from wings to massive burgers, yet the most recent challenge to haunt the stomach’s of Americans is none other than Arby’s “Meat Mountain.” Enticing challengers with the “Meat Sweats,” a sweat suit with a meat pattern from top to bottom, the...