Carlow University Theatre will present Lee Blessing's comedy, "Eleemosynary," on March 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, and April 1 at 8 pm.
In response to disturbing trends in women's health, Carlow University will offer the only women's health nurse practitioner program in the region.
Carlow University's men's and women's basketball teams will lend their efforts to the battle against cancer.
Carlow University will host local potters and art students for its annual Bowls in the Night Pottery Marathon on February 2.
Carlow University Art Gallery and the Social Justice Institutes announce the opening of Up In Arms, a multimedia group show.
Carlow University has launched its Social Justice Institutes with gun violence as its inaugural "Educating for Justice" issue, which will remain the focus through 2020.
Carlow announces that it will provide a scholarship for students who are victims of gun violence or the family members of those who have been victimized. It is the Anne DeNardo McGowan, RN, JD Educating for Justice Endowed Scholarship.
Carlow University has received a grant from the State of Pennsylvania to educate, prevent and respond to sexual violence.
Four Carlow University students, a sophomore and three juniors, have been named Vira I. Heinz Scholars for 2017, and will have the opportunity for international experiences in their studies.
Carlow University will add men's and women's track and field teams for the 2017-2018 academic year.
A statement from Carlow University President Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD, upon the death of David Peduto, husband of Michelle Peduto, the executive director of the Campus School, and the older brother of the Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh, Bill Peduto.
Carlow University students will gather to watch Monday's Presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.
In honor of the city's Pittsburgh 200 celebration, Carlow University Theatre will present a bit of forgotten Pittsburgh with Beggar on Horseback.
Carlow University first year students will work at more than 15 non-profit agencies on Friday, September 23, as part of the university's annual Mercy Service Day.
Moustafa Bayoumi, author of the book "How Does it Feel to Be a Problem? Being Young and Arab in America," will be on campus on Tuesday, September 20, 2016.