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The news site of Robert Morris University

RMU Sentry Media

The news site of Robert Morris University

RMU Sentry Media

All content by Terryaun Bell
The Robert Morris University community gathered to remember and honor Antwon Rose Jr., who was shot and killed by Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosdeld in June 2018. Photo Date: March 29, 2019. Photo Credit: (RMU Sentry Media/Soundharjya Babu)

What Should the Memphis Police Department Have Done With the Video of Tyre Nichols?

Terryaun Bell February 1, 2023

Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old black man, was assaulted by five police officers. On Friday, the City of Memphis Police Department released the video. "The videos were released so the world could witness the family's pain," according to an article from...

POLICE BLOTTER in white lettering over top of a black background. There are two baby blue circles and a red circle behind the end of BLOTTER

Police Blotter (10/25/22 – 10/31/22)

Terryaun Bell, Head News Editor November 4, 2022

10/25/2022: Malfunctioning Elevator: Students reported being stuck in the elevator in Lexington Hall. Officers responded and found the elevator empty. RMU Maintenance arrived and observed the elevator working properly. 10/25/2022: Theft of Property:...

Photo Credits:  Robert Morris University

RMU student parking affected due to the peach truck

Terryaun Bell, Head News Editor November 2, 2022

Jeff James informed RMU students about changes to parking because of the Peach truck on campus on November 3. RMU Students are to avoid parking in the upper part of the lower UPMC lot tomorrow to help the flow of traffic. There are currently no...

Nicholson Center on the left, Blue, red, and white firework on the right, from a wide camera view

RMU to inaugurate ninth president and celebrate homecoming

Terryaun Bell, Head News Editor September 2, 2022

Robert Morris will celebrate a “weekend to remember” as the university inaugurates ninth President Dr. Michelle Patrick to begin homecoming weekend festivities. The weekend begins Oct. 7 at 1:30 p.m. with Madame Presidents's inauguration ceremony...

Students to relocate vehicles before Saturday’s football game

Students to relocate vehicles before Saturday’s football game

Terryaun Bell, Head News Editor September 1, 2022
Robert Morris University Chief of Police, Jeff James, requesting students move their cars by Friday at midnight.
Photo Credits:  Euphoria

Euphoria: Season Two Highlights

Terryaun Bell, Contributor March 18, 2022
For those of you who know what happened but did not watch the season, or for those of you who do not watch the show but are curious as to what happened... here are the highlights from the second season of "Euphoria."
Photo Credit:  Terryaun Bell

Grammy Award-Winning Singer, Billie Eilish, Brings “Happier Than Ever: World Tour” to Pittsburgh

Terryaun Bell, Social Media Head Editor February 16, 2022
Billie Eilish's "Happier Than Ever: World Tour" leaves audience members feeling just that.
Vice President Joe Biden.

President Joe Biden to visit Pittsburgh Friday

Terryaun Bell, Social Media Director January 25, 2022
President Joe Biden scheduled to return to his home state, Pennsylvania.
Photo Credit: (MGN Online)

Construction of raised crosswalk on Darlington Road

Terryaun Bell, Assistant Social Media Manager November 5, 2021

PITTSBURGH - If you've ever been to Pittsburgh then you know that at certain times of the day traffic is a burden, and this makes commutes to and from the city time-consuming. The City of Pittsburgh's Department of Mobility and Infrastructure or the...

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Allegheny County detects its second case of the West Nile Virus

Terryaun Bell October 21, 2021

PITTSBURGH – Mosquitoes are pesky, and what's worse is they can carry the West Nile virus. A man in McKees Rocks contracted Allegheny County's second case of virus and is currently recovering in his home. Mosquitoes become infected with the West...

A single car drives over the Roberto Clemente Bridge. Photo Date: March 29, 2019) Photo Credit: (RMU Sentry Media/Gage Goulding)

Pittsburgh awarded $500,000 in grants for citywide, community investments

Terryaun Bell October 20, 2021
Pittsburgh awarded $500,000 in grants for citywide investments