Fire alarms fail to alarm
by Joe Ziegler
On Feb. 2, fire alarms sounded in La Roche College’s Science Center, College Center and Academic Building.
The response of students, faculty and visitors to those fire alarms has prompted La Roche College to begin offering a series of training courses to help better educate the La Roche community on fire safety. Read More
The effects of freedom: What does the Middle Eastern crisis mean for the rest of the world?
by Michael Hassett
Though we may not feel it, we are experiencing exciting times.
Turn on the television, and you witness the birth of freedom upon the faces of middle easterners as the shackles of tyranny and dictatorship fall clanking to the ground. Read More
Boiling points: Extreme classroom temperatures overwhelm faculty and students
By Maggie Kelly
During the week of Sep. 6, the Weather Channel observed a... Read More
Port Authority cutbacks limit non-drivers
By Rebecca Jeskey
Recent cutbacks in Allegheny County’s Port Authority services have left non-drivers with one major question: How will we get where we need to be?
Extreme Makeover: La Roche edition
Summer renovations give new look to campus
By Joe Ziegler
La Roche College’s Cantellops Dining Hall, Redhawk Café, and John J. Wright Library went through major renovations prior to the start of fall semester 2010. Read more
Photo Story: McCandlessVoluntary Fire Dept. Performs Live Fire Training on Former West Campus
By Rebbeca Jeskey