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RMU in the News

Saturday, October 1, 2016

A monthly selection of media coverage of Robert Morris University during the previous month.


RMU's debut on the U.S. News and World Report rankings of national universities got plenty of attention:

Darcy Tannehill's battle with amyloidosis was chronicled by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

The Post-Gazette reported that RMU students nabbed some Emmys:

RMU made its way into a Washington Post story about women earning degrees in computer science and engineering:

Politics, politics, politics: Political scientist Phil Harold weighed in on a range of topics related to the presidential election:

The New Pittsburgh Courier and PublicSource published a story about Letrell Crittenden's study for the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation about diversity -- or lack of it -- in Pittsburgh newsrooms:

Peggy Outon from the RMU Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management discussed gender disparities in pay in western Pennsylvania congressional districts (subscription required):

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review published a story previewing the RMU Pittsburgh Speakers Series:

WPXI ran a story about the flags planted in the Nicholson Center lawn in commemoration of 9/11:


RMU Athletics Annual Report Now Available (9/8/16)

Six To Join RMU Athletic Hall of Fame (9/28/16) 


Satcher Was Special, But Robert Morris Anything But in Opener (9/1/16)

New Robert Morris Offensive Coordinator Mike Miller Is No Stranger To Turnarounds (9/6/16) 

Robert Morris Gets In Win Column Despite Offensive Struggles (9/30/16)

Men's Hockey

RMU Grad Furman South Makes Right Call On Career Move (9/23/16)

'New Life, New Energy' Help Colonials Reload (9/23/16)

Feature: A Great Opportunity (9/26/16)

Prisuta On Pucks: Reload, Not Rebuild (9/28/16)

Schooley: "There's No Reason To Take Us Lightly" (9/29/16)