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.
Carlow University's television commercial, "Pittsburgh is my City and Carlow is my University," received a bronze award from CASE's Circle of Excellence Awards Program.
The vandalized statue of Jesus that sits outside the St. Agnes Center of Carlow University will receive new hands and a cleaning thanks to Mariani and Richards.
Carlow University will celebrate with 62 Pittsburgh Public School students who completed the high school to college program this summer and earned college credit.
Carlow University received a $500,000 grant for workforce development from Richard King Mellon Foundation.
Russell F. Pinizzotto, PhD, has been named the interim provost at Carlow University.
Tawana Cook Purnell is the new executive director of the Campus School of Carlow University and the Early Learning Center.
Alice McKeever Riley, the sole surviving member of Carlow's first graduating class, will turn 107 on Saturday, June 17.
Carlow University has established the Atkins Endowed Center for Ethics, named for Carlow alumna Michele Atkins and her husband, Patrick.
Carlow University professor Diane Matthews was named the 2017 Educator of the Year by ACFE, the largest anti-fraud association in the U.S.
Preschool, Pre-K, Montessori, and Kindergarten students will ride in their annual Trike-a-Thon to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on May 19.
Carlow University and the Neighborhood Learning Alliance have tripled the number of students served by the high school to college program.