Allen Duda has been named the new women's soccer coach at Carlow University.
The statue of Jesus that was vandalized in July will have new hands thanks to the local masonry restoration firm of Mariani and Richards. Dedication on Thursday, November 2.
Dr. Jim Withers, founder and medical director of Operation Safety Net®, will be the speaker at a lunch and learn event titled, "Shelter," on November 3.
Carlow University's most recent BSN grads have a perfect pass rate on the 2016-2017 NCLEX-RN exams.
Joyce Kozloff, an internationally renowned public artist, will give a public lecture at Carlow University on Monday, November 13.
Students and staff from The Campus School of Carlow University will stand in silence on the campus green to raise awareness for the plight of homeless children in Allegheny County.
Carlow University sophomore Natalie Abt won the USCAA Golf National Championship.
The Ethics and Security of Driverless Cars will be October 30, at 5:30 pm in the Kresge Center in University Commons.
The Madwomen Reading Series presents Irish poet Thomas McCarthy, who will give a reading of his work on Tuesday, October 10, in the Kresge Center at Carlow University.
Internationally renowned mezzo soprano Marianne Cornetti will perform at the Women of Spirit® Scholarship Benefit Concert on Friday, November 3 at Carnegie Music Hall.
Carlow University Athletics has named Tim Moore as its head coach for women's basketball.
Mercy Service Day is Friday, September 22, and Carlow students will help at more than 20 organizations throughout Allegheny County.
Carlow University Theatre will present Tom Stoppard's 1968 Tony Award winning play, Rosencrantz & Guilderstern Are Dead.
Carlow University Art Gallery opens exhibit of works by internationally known local artists Robert Qualters and John Kane.
Carlow's Atkins Endowed Center for Ethics Offers Cash Prizes to High School Students for essay contest.