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OPINION: Pineapple pizza is a black spot from mankind

OPINION: Pineapple pizza is a black spot from mankind

Logan Carney, Digital Content Director

March 2, 2020

Editor's Note: All opinions on RMU Sentry Media are the writer's own. For an opposing opinion from another Sentry Media writer, click here. There are many things that upset me about this world, but the thing that takes the cake is the monstrosity that is pineapples on pizza. It shouldn’t be allo...

OPINION: Pineapple on pizza is divine intervention

OPINION: Pineapple on pizza is divine intervention

Jonah Hoy, Contributor

March 2, 2020

Pineapple on pizza: Is it an absolute heresy? Or are these slices of pie a divine miracle?

Carney’s Corner: Fans need to show up on Saturday for football

Carney’s Corner: Fans need to show up on Saturday for football

Logan Carney, Digital Content Director

November 7, 2019

Editor’s Note: All opinions on RMU Sentry Media are the writer’s own. MOON TOWNSHIP — I can’t believe I’m saying this, but it's time for fans to return to Joe Walton Stadium. After years of mediocrity, the Robert Morris football team (5-4, 4-0 NEC) is playing meaningful football in November a...

OPINION: There is a college debt crisis

OPINION: There is a college debt crisis

Garret Roberts, Assistant A&E Editor

January 14, 2019

Editor's Note: All opinions on RMU Sentry Media are the writer's own.  On Jan. 6, Robert Morris University President Dr. Chris Howard published an opinion piece in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette addressing the issue of the student debt crisis. Dr. Howard asserted that the roots of the crisis do not lie ...

OPINION: Charlie Buscaglia’s third season is off to a bumpy start

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Samuel Anthony, Digital Content Manager

January 4, 2019

Editor's Note: All opinions on RMU Sentry Media are the writer's own.  MOON TOWNSHIP— Charlie Buscaglia spent his first two seasons as head coach of Robert Morris women's basketball shattering records while turning this RMU squad into essentially an unstoppable force. But coming into this third seas...

Sciulli’s Shock Picks: Wagner Seahawks

Sciulli's Shock Picks: Wagner Seahawks

Michael Sciulli, Sports Copy Editor

November 17, 2018

MOON TOWNSHIP -- Have no fear, the long-awaited return of Sciulli’s shock pick’s is here. It seems like I have not written one of these in ages, but we are back in the saddle. On the slate for this week is the final football game of the season which pits the Robert Morris University football team (...

Free to Speak Freely?

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Rebekah Wilford, Contributor

November 14, 2018

MOON TOWNSHIP - As an editorial contributor, I take great interest in reading editorials published by different news outlets. I would not be able to do this, however, if freedom of speech was not considered an American right. In fact, one of the greatest aspects of the American press is its freedom to...

Power rankings of the NEC Mascots

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David Auth, Contributor

September 26, 2018

Mascots — they can be polarizing figures in the sports world. They can cause controversy, like the Cleveland Indians and Washington Redskins mascots. They can be the source of bliss and jubilation, like whenever NFL Mascots play 12-year-olds in football. (Not condoning grown men running over 12-year-olds,...

OPINION: Robert Morris football is back

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Samuel Anthony, Digital Content Manager

September 22, 2018

Editor's Note: Opinions on RMU Sentry Media are the writer's own.  A soul-crushing 49-46 defeat against the Bryant Bulldogs has many of the RMU faithful feeling lost and defeated on Saturday afternoon. But what people don't see is what this loss symbolizes: a new beginning and competitiveness not felt by R...

Carney’s Corner: Robert Morris and Duquesne not playing is a disservice to Pittsburgh

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Logan Carney, Sports Manager/Columnist

September 18, 2018

Recently, the Robert Morris men's basketball team released their schedule for the 2018-2019 season. When looking at the schedule, the first thought that came to my mind was, "Where is Duquesne?" Now, there are three Division I college programs within 30 minutes of the city of Pittsburgh, but it seems...