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Phi Delta Theta Sponsors the Walk to Defeat ALS®

Dante Verme, Contributer

March 24, 2012

The Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Robert Morris University (RMU) is calling on fellow students, faculty, community members and guests, to join its members in supporting an annual walk to raise awareness of and funds for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The...

RMU Sentry Media debuts new YouTube page

Brooke Smith, Sports Editor

March 21, 2012

During a recent trip back from the 2012 College Media Conference in New York City, members of the RMU Society for Collegiate Journalists decided to document their travels.  John Klocko was “checking in” with the “views” as they made their way from NYC to Pittsburgh.  He would give travel and...

Police Blotter: March 14 – March 19, 2012

Police Blotter: March 14 - March 19, 2012

March 21, 2012

3/14 - Trespass Warning - Residence Life advised of a non-student staying in Adams Hall. Officers and Residence Life made contact with the non-student and issued a Trespass Warning from campus. (Closed) 3/15 - Lost Property - A student reported leaving a cell phone in Romo’s Café.  A report was...

RMU student Marco Giovengo passes away in Lexington apartment

RMU student Marco Giovengo passes away in Lexington apartment

Andrea Zanaglio, Assistant News Editor

March 16, 2012

RMU student Marco Giovengo, senior,  passed away this evening in his room in Lexington Hall, according to an email from RMU President Gregory Dell'Omo. Several of Giovengo's Phi Sigma Kappa brothers also confirmed that he had passed away. An ambulance and several RMU police vehicles arrived in front...

Police Blotter: March 6 – March 12, 2012

Police Blotter: March 6 - March 12, 2012

March 13, 2012

3/6 - Property Damage - Maintenance reported a window being broken in the John Jay Gym. Officers responded, took pictures of the damage and filed an incident report. (Closed) 3/7 - Student Conduct - Officers noticed a camera tampered with at Braddock Hall. The cameras were reviewed and a suspect has b...

Armored robbery victim, RMU alumni remembered

Armored robbery victim, RMU alumni remembered

Andrea Zanaglio, Assistant News Editor

March 9, 2012

In memory of 2005 Robert Morris University alumni Michael R. Haines, 31, who was killed during a robbery last week, RMU along with members of RMU's Phi Delta Theta chapter, which Haines was a member, has created a scholarship fund. To contribute to the Phi Delta Theta/Michael R. Haines Memorial Scholarship,...

Police Blotter: Feb. 29 – March 5, 2012

Police Blotter: Feb. 29 - March 5, 2012

March 9, 2012

2/29 - Student Conduct - Residence Life reported a smell of marijuana in Hancock Hall. The room was located where the smell was coming from. A resident student and two guests admitted to smoking outside of the building. The three suspects were advised they would be sent through Judicial Affairs for thei...

Police Blotter: Feb. 21 – Feb. 27, 2012

Police Blotter: Feb. 21 - Feb. 27, 2012

February 29, 2012

2/21 - Suspicious Incident - A student reported someone tampering with his computer. An investigation was conducting resulting in the roommate playing around with the computer. The roommate is being dealt with through Judicial Affairs for judgment in this case. (Closed) 2/21 - Recovered Property - While on p...

Mr. RMU Lights Up Campus

Erica Sablofski, Staff Writer

February 24, 2012

The Student Program Board hosted its second annual Mr. RMU pageant on Friday, February 17. Hosted by Student Program Board vice president, junior, Bridget Bohonek, and officer, junior, Jackie King, the event once again brought laughter and fun to campus. Students clambered for seats in the packed...

Police Blotter: Feb. 14 – Feb. 20, 2012

Police Blotter: Feb. 14 - Feb. 20, 2012

February 22, 2012

2/14 - Fire Alarm - Guardian advised of a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Officers responded and determined that the alarm was caused by burnt food. The alarm panel was reset. (Closed) 2/14 - Medical Emergency - Student Life reported a concern of the welfare of a student. The student was tra...