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Religion in sports and the Tim Tebow effect

Religion in sports and the Tim Tebow effect

Jon Fisher, Staff Writer

October 1, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion/Editorial, Top Stories

Judgment has become a staple for the American society. Tim Tebow, the New York Jets' quarterback, is a firm supporter of faith and John 3:16, an infamous biblical verse, read on his eye black during college. Let the critics go crazy. Religion has never been an acceptable topic of discussion,...

Distinct guest comes to RMU

Distinct guest comes to RMU

Mike Funyak, Staff Writer

September 21, 2012


Filed under Features

On September 14, 2012 the Vice President & Business Line Executive System of IBM, Mr. Greg Lotko was on campus, speaking to students in the new SCIS building.  IBM is a company that is dedicated strictly to technology and working with computers.  Mr. Lotko who has been with IBM for 24 years, explained...

Collegiate Couture

Leah Moose, Lifestyles Editor

September 19, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Photo Gallery

What is implied when we say the word ‘fashion?’ Perhaps the latest trend or a hot, new style of shoes comes to mind. Or maybe it even comes down to knowing when to ditch the sweats and crocs for a pair of dark-wash jeans. Some choose to believe fashion depends on what an unseen, flamboyant executive...

Michael Haines’ legacy lives on

Patrick Ryan, Assistant News Editor

September 5, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Music, News, Uncategorized

Sound learning, friendship, and moral rectitude: three cardinal principles of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. They were not only the cardinal principles of the fraternity as an entity but also its Founding Father of the Pennsylvania Pi Chapter, Michael Haines. Haines died prematurely as a result of...

Birthplace of broadcasting

Mike Funyak, Staff Writer

September 4, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Believe it or not, Pittsburgh is the birthplace of broadcasting. It was started by Frank Conrad in his red brick garage at his Wilkinsburg residence.  Conrad’s work soon evolved into Pittsburgh’s KDKA in 1920.  Conrad was one of Westinghouse Electric’s earliest workers who worked strictly on re...

Ruffled feathers over Chick-fil-A

Elizabeth Witowich, Contributor

August 27, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion/Editorial

The First Amendment exists so that we may all have the right to express our opinions openly and honestly without fear of prosecution from both the law and individuals. Recently this amendment has been threatened as groups of individuals have felt the need to oppress a liberty they feel only...

A music review: Upcoming singles

Haley Sawyer, Contributor

August 27, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Oh Love Green Day The first single from Green Day’s latest album, “¡Uno!,” is true to Green Day style, yet refreshing in its own way. It begins with a pleading Billy Joe Armstrong accompanied by a lone guitar.  As the song continues, it builds momentum and creates a relaxed, slow, chugging...

Freshman 101

Leah Moose, Lifestyles Editor

August 27, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

--An Inside View to All Things RMU-- Being a college freshman is arguably one of the scariest titles a person can have. Between the roommate situation, the foreign campus and the long-winded debate over when and where to buy textbooks, freshmen are bombarded with a large amount of information to grasp....

A Steady Hand for Kenya: Jenna’s Photo Gallery

A Steady Hand for Kenya: Jenna’s Photo Gallery

Leah Moose, Lifestyles Editor

August 22, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Photo Gallery, Top Stories

It is not about us. It is not about us, it is just not about us. These are the words that echoed through the minds and hearts of many who traveled to Kenya along with Robert Morris University sophomore, Jenna Hidinger. The members of Grace Community Church from Cranberry Township, PA, lived by this mantra...

Students experience teaching through Belize

Sabine Cherenfant, Contributing Writer

June 20, 2012


Filed under Features

It has been three years since Daniel Shelley, professor of education, began taking elementary education students to Belize for an international experience. Belize, a commonwealth  of Great Britain, is the only English- speaking country in central America. "I visited Belize several times, and I...