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The news site of Robert Morris University

RMU Sentry Media

The news site of Robert Morris University

RMU Sentry Media

This is where are all Pittsburgh related news will be at.

Wynn was charged with a level two misdemeanor for indecent exposure and a level three misdemeanor for open lewdness.

Robert Morris Student-Athlete Jonathan Wynn Charged with Two Misdemeanors

Ethan Morrison, Editor In Chief June 22, 2022

Robert Morris student-athlete Jonathan Wynn was arrested by Moon Township Police on Tuesday and has been charged with two misdemeanors. WPXI reported late Monday evening that he would be facing charges...

Jonathan Wynn was accused of indecent sex acts on local college campuses per a report from WPXI (Photo Credit: RMU Athletics)

BREAKING: Robert Morris RB Jonathan Wynn facing criminal charges for performing sex acts in public

Ethan Morrison, Editor In Chief June 20, 2022

On Tuesday evening, Robert Morris student-athlete Jonathan Wynn was accused of indecent sex acts around local college campuses per a report by WPXI. The first act occurred on the University of Pittsburgh’s...

(Photo Credit: Ethan Morrison)

UPMC Events Center to host three WPIAL Semifinal games

Ethan Morrison, News Editor February 24, 2022

On Thursday morning, the WPIAL announced that three WPIAL semi-final games would be played at the UPMC Events Center this Saturday. The WPIAL boys 4A matchup will kick off the afternoon slate as in...

Clemente Bridge (Photo Credit Bailey Noel RMU Sentry Media)

Roberto Clemente Bridge closed 22 months to undergo rehabilitation project

Ethan Morrison, News Editor February 14, 2022

Commuters will have to find an alternative route as on Monday the Roberto Clemente Sixth Street Bridge closed to undergo a $34.3 million bridge rehabilitation project. The project is expected to be...

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Bailey Noel, Chief Photographer February 7, 2022

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey names Lee Schmidt Director of Public Safety (Photo Credit: Grayden Jackson RMU Sentry Media)

Lee Schmidt named Pittsburgh Public Safety Director

Colby Sherwin February 5, 2022

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey has announced Lee Schmidt as the Director of Public Safety for the city. In a statement from the office of the mayor, they describe Schmidt for the positIon based on his work...

Aftermath of the Fern Hollow Bridge Collapse (Photo Credit: RMU Sentry Media: Bailey Noel)

BREAKING: Pittsburgh Public Safety provides update on Fern Hollow Bridge

Ethan Morrison, News Editor January 31, 2022

UPDATE: Jan. 31, 5:29 p.m.:  Crews have removed the bus from the collapse site. Feb. 2, 10:26 a.m.: The public observation area that was opened to the public on Monday has been closed indefinitely...

Whiskey Myers is heading to the UPMC Events Center on May 1. Photo Credit: (UPMC Events Center Twitter)

Whiskey Myers to perform at UPMC Events Center in May

Colby Sherwin, Assistant News Editor January 31, 2022

The UPMC Events Center has added yet another concert to the docket this year, as country music band Whiskey Myers is making a stop in Moon Township on May 1. The show is part of the “Is a coming”...

Frick Park will be closed until the Fern Hollow Bridge scene is secure. (Photo Credit RMU Sentry Media Megan Shandel)

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey to sign Declaration Disaster for Fern Hollow Bridge

Ethan Morrison, News Editor January 30, 2022

PITTSBURGH -- On Sunday afternoon, the city of Pittsburgh announced that mayor Ed Gainey will sign a Declaration of Disaster Emergency for the Fern Hollow Bridge collapse that occurred on Friday. The...

Joe Biden visits Carnegie Mellons Mill 19 on Friday to discuss his infrastructure bill. (Photo Credit, Grayden Jackson)

President Joe Biden visits Pittsburgh to discuss infrastructure

Isabella Bigler, Reporter January 29, 2022

WEST MIFFLIN Pa. -- 46th President of the United States Joe Biden visited the city of Pittsburgh Friday to discuss his $1.6 billion infrastructure bill. Biden's presence in the state began hours before...

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