RMU Sentry Media

The Year of the Rat is more clever than you think

The Year of the Rat is more clever than you think

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Editor

January 25, 2020

MOON TOWNSHIP -- As the Year of the Pig comes to a close, the new chapter in the Chinese Zodiac calendar is finding it's way into our lives. This Chinese New Year sees a new contender for the spotlight: the Rat. While some may question the use of the rodent for the zodiac calendar, the rat plays ...

Students celebrate Friendsgiving in Yorktown Kitchen

Yorktown CAs preparing food for Friendsgiving Photo credit: Soundharjya Babu

Soundharjya Babu, Assistant News Editor

November 23, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP -- RMU students celebrated Friendsgiving in the Yorktown kitchen just in time for the upcoming Thanksgiving break. On Saturday evening, students enjoyed meals and quality time with friends. The Community Advisors in Yorktown set up the event by cooking various dishes from main course...

RMU Sigma Tau Delta chapter hosts the Creepy Conference

Jordan Redinger at the 2018 Creepy Conference.

Zachary Somma, Contributor

November 5, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP -- The 12th annual Creepy Conference was held Tuesday, October 29. The event transformed the usually bright Wheatley Atrium into a house of horrors. The conference featured many speakers who spoke on a variety of spooky topics, with guests attending having the opportunity to participate in a c...

Top Secret Colonials host Pittsburgh comedian Matt Light

Matt Light's routine had the audience laughing the whole night. Photo credit: Scott McDanel

Scott McDanel, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 21, 2019

The Top Secret Colonials hosted Pittsburgh native stand-up comedian Matt Light in the Westinghouse Ballroom in Yorktown on October 18.

Pittsburgh Pooches in the Pool make waves on Labor Day

Dogs and their owners' lounge in Settler's Cabin Park Wave Pool. Photo credit: Allegheny County Parks Department & Megan DeArmit

Kassandra Boyd, Contributor

September 9, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP -- With temperatures in the mid-70s and the sun peeking from behind the clouds, local dogs came out in the hundreds to mingle, play and escape the heat during Pittsburgh's fourth annual “Pooches in the Pool” event on Labor Day from 4 to 6 P.M. The event was organized by Andy Grobe,...

BobbyMania celebration starts the school year with style

Fun at Bobby Mania 2019

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Editor

August 30, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP -- Robert Morris University's Student Life started the fall semester with a bang with BobbyMania 2019, bringing all of campus together on the Nicholson Front Lawn. Featuring fireworks, music and bull riding, upperclassmen welcomed newer students to the community while showing off what m...

Jalapeño eating contest heats up at RMU

Garret Wisely chomps down on a jalapeño Photo credit: Megan Frey

Sarah Gabany, Contributor

April 18, 2019

The Jalapeno Eating Contest, presented by the Organization of Latin American Students, was a fantastic way to get students together for a great cause.

RMU students share experience at Jubilee

One of Jubilee's many events

Sarah Gabany, Contributor

February 27, 2019

Campus Ministry at Robert Morris University is very involved with students lives, offering both a religious experience and an open community to those around the campus. Recently, members of the local chapter of the Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO) raised money to attend the annual Jubilee Conference...

Tull Family Theater hosts screenings for kids with special needs

As number of children diagnosed with autism rise, local theaters are trying to find a way to accommodate for their special needs.

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

November 28, 2018

SEWICKLEY - For the majority of Americans, a trip to the movies can be fairly mundane. Having been to the theater countless times, the experience is usually only as memorable as the quality of the film or the taste of the popcorn. For the group who visited the Tull Family Theater on Nov. 17; however, this t...

‘Look good, feel good, do good’: Q&A with founder of Charity by Dawn Lilly

Charity by Dawn Lilly

Ryan Bunker, Staff Writer

February 22, 2013

Each day, millions of women wake-up, shower and begin their daily beauty routine with special attention to the face. Makeup, a key staple in every woman’s arsenal, not only hides imperfections and accentuates their assets, it ensures that women not only look good, but feel good as well. With that...