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Police Blotter 10/29/19-11/4/19

Police Blotter 10/29/19-11/4/19

November 18, 2019

10/29/19- Welfare Check- A parent called concerned for her daughter’s wellbeing. Officers responded to Yorktown Hall and found the student safe (closed). 10/29/19- Trespass Warning- Parkhurst management requesting assistance preventing an ex-employee from returning to campus. Contact was made v...

Police Blotter 10/15/19-10/21/19

Police Blotter 10/15/19-10/21/19

November 17, 2019

10/15/19- Lost Property- A student reported his cell phone missing in Yorktown Hall. The phone was turned into staff who notified this Dept. The owner was contacted and retrieved his phone (closed).  10/15/19- Accident- Minor two-vehicle crash without injuries. Photos and report taken for insura...

SGA meeting recap: Community Adviser applications are open

SGA meeting recap: Community Adviser applications are open

Soundharjya Babu, Assistant News Editor

November 14, 2019

ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY - The third Student Government Association meeting announced the application process of the Community Adviser position. Community Adviser applications have opened up for the 2020-2021 school year. Anna Kowalski-Lewis, program assistant for community development from Residence...

RMU celebrates new John Jay renovations with groundbreaking ceremony

RMU celebrates new John Jay renovations with groundbreaking ceremony

Soundharjya Babu, Assistant News Editor

November 13, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP - Robert Morris University broke ground for a newly renovated building in the School of Engineering, Math and Science (SEMS). On Nov. 12, faculty, staff and alumni were invited to celebrate the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of the John Jay Center, a $5 million project funded...

Where’s the News?- Episode 5

Where’s the News?- Episode 5

John Blinn, Nick Hedderick, and Garret Roberts

November 13, 2019

On this episode of Where's the News?, the hosts discuss the recent winning streak for RMU football, streaming services, the horrors of winter in Western Pennsylvania and a string of fast food related violence. ...

Where’s the News?- Episode 4

Where’s the News?- Episode 4

John Blinn, Nick Hedderick, and Garret Roberts

November 13, 2019

On this episode of Where's the News?, the hosts discuss the controversial choices made by the American Music Awards. After that, they discuss the even more controversial rumor of the Steelers' potential trade for Le'veon Bell. The group also talks about the recent bus falling into a sinkhole in Pittsburgh, the dea...

Political Science majors debate in second week of First Amendment on Trial

Political Science majors debate in second week of First Amendment on Trial

Michael Delehanty, Contributor

November 12, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP - The second of the four First Amendment on Trial debates was held in the Academic Media Center at Robert Morris University, Thursday afternoon. The debate was based on the second part of the First Amendment, "freedom of speech". Debaters Kristen Davis and Rachel Pracht examined The...

Moon Township Police Department issues a traffic alert for University Blvd.

Moon Township Police Department issues a traffic alert for University Blvd.

John Blinn, News Editor

November 12, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP - The Moon Township Police Department issued a traffic alert for University Boulevard. Authorities warned commuters of the enhanced volume of traffic that would be seen on the road. The increase in traffic is the result of the Robert Morris University basketball game against the University...

Professors David Jamison and Ann Jabro put the first amendment on trial with $2,000 grant

Professors David Jamison and Ann Jabro put the first amendment on trial with $2,000 grant

John Blinn, News Editor

October 31, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP - Robert Morris University students are putting the first amendment on trial. Professors Ann Jabro and David Jamison received a $2000 grant from Middle Tennessee "1 for All" program, that allows them to educate students and the public on the freedoms of the first amendment. The two...

Robert Morris University officers host “Pizza with Public Safety”

Robert Morris University officers host “Pizza with Public Safety”

Michael Delehanty, Contributor

October 30, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP - Robert Morris University campus police officers came out to Hopwood Hall last Wednesday evening to answer students' questions about different topics. Acting Chief Jeffery Schmetzer was one of the speakers at the event. He was joined by officers Bill Wagner, Jordan Ross and Chuck O'Hara....