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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....

Where’s the News?- Episode 3 (featuring Malyk Johnson)

Where’s the News?- Episode 3 (featuring Malyk Johnson)

John Blinn, Nick Hedderick, and Garret Roberts

October 29, 2019

On the newest episode of Where's the News?, the hosts discuss Star Wars, the Pirates management, Breaking Benjamin's "Diary of Jane," and the reopening of the Tree of Life synagogue. They are also joined by special guest Malyk Johnson, who talks about his experience at the Donald Trump rally at the David L. Laurence Convention Center. ...

Police Blotter 10/8/19-10/14/19

Police Blotter 10/8/19-10/14/19

October 27, 2019

10/8/19- Welfare check- This Dept. received a request for a welfare check on a resident student. Unable to make contact with. See report #19-0531 (closed). 10/8/19- Fire alarm- Guardian reported a fire alarm in Madison Hall. Officers responded and determined the alarm to be false. The Fire Dept was canc...

SGA meeting recap: RMU dining experienced some changes this semester

SGA meeting recap: RMU dining experienced some changes this semester

Soundharjya Babu, Assistant News Editor

October 26, 2019

ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY - The Student Government Association addressed the recent changes to RMU dining. Lisa Rodgers, senior general manager of Parkhurst Dining, and Keith Lyne, assistant director of retail, were present to discuss some of the decisions Dining Services made. Keith Lyne mentions...

Where’s the News?- Episode 2

Where’s the News?- Episode 2

John Blinn, Nick Hedderick, and Garret Roberts

October 24, 2019

On this episode of "Where's the News?," Garret talks about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2020. After that, Nick talks about a mix of Pittsburgh and RMU sports. John Blinn finishes the show talking about the international conflict with Turkey and Syria. ...

Police Blotter 10/1/19-10/7/19

Police Blotter 10/1/19-10/7/19

October 17, 2019

10/1/19- Fire alarm- Moon Dispatch reported a Fire Alarm in Concord Hall. The cause of the alarm was found to be cooking. The Fire Dept was cancelled and fire panel reset (closed). 10/1/19- Fire alarm- Moon Dispatch reported a Fire Alarm in Salem Hall. The cause of the alarm was found to be cooki...

RMU’s Office of Residence Life responds to reports of insects in Yorktown Hall

RMU’s Office of Residence Life responds to reports of insects in Yorktown Hall

Soundharjya Babu, Assistant News Editor

October 16, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP - Robert Morris University's Office of Residence life recently responded to reports of cockroaches in the Yorktown Hall dorm. In an email sent out to residents, the Office of Residence Life reported that Facilities successfully treated some rooms, and advised students to remove trash...

Active Minds and The National Society of Collegiate Scholars prove GPA does not influence mental health

Active Minds and The National Society of Collegiate Scholars prove GPA does not influence mental health

Soundharjya Babu, Assistant News Editor

October 13, 2019

MOON TOWNSHIP - A survey from Active Minds and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) show their findings on mental health in universities. The survey includes 9,139 college students who are high-performing in the nation. 91 percent of these students with a GPA of 3.4 or higher felt overwhelmed...