Monthly Archives: October 2021

La Roche University Named Third Best Northern Regional University

By Madeline Riccardi, Editor-in-Chief U.S. News & World Report named La Roche University one of the top northern regional universities that welcome international students. Each year, U.S. News updates a report aimed at high school level students to help them determine which universities across the country suit them. Their goal is to give, “Expert advice, rankings and data to help

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La Roche University Establishes Center for Lifelong Learning

By Madeline Riccardi, Editor-in-Chief Learning for fun has never been easy – until La Roche University opened its Center for Lifelong Learning. Late last month, La Roche University announced its new Center for Lifelong Learning. The University created this program, offered to adults of all ages and backgrounds, to provide “Opportunities to expand minds and social circles,” according to a

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The Making of the Documentary “Madan Sara”

By Maxwell Robinette, Associate Editor Maxwell Robinette, Associate Editor of Redhawk Post, recently spoke with Street Team Productions Executive Lulaine Childs in a follow up interview about the making of the “Madan Sara” documentary. Childs served as Co-Executive Producer on the film. The Post reached out to director Etant Dupain for comment and received no response. Childs worked closely with

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Afghan Refugees; Pittsburgh’s Plans for Acclimation 

By Maxwell Robinette, Associate Editor Pittsburgh will welcome Afghan refugees in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Local nonprofits continue to work with the city to prepare for their arrival. The U.S. will take in around 50,000 refugees as a result of the pullout. The 130,000 Afghans airlifted during withdrawal constitute one of the largest evacuations in history.

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The Commons at Provincial Heights begins construction

By Maxwell Robinette, Associate Editor The Sisters of Divine Providence began construction on a new housing facility for Sisters currently around the Provincial House on August 1. The facility, located next to the Kearns Spirituality Center, will provide a more conducive living space for the aging population. Named “The Commons at Provincial Heights,” the facility will include 83 beds in

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“Squid Game” offers surprises that keep you on the edge of your seat

By Anna Kleinschnitz, Contributing Writer It is almost impossible to avoid talk about the hit Netflix series, “Squid Game”; truth is, there is definitely a reason why you keep hearing about it. “Squid Game” was released in September of this year. In the single month since it’s aired, it has surpassed every other show on Netflix and amassed a viewership

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