Fifty-two weeks of pediatric chemotherapy treatments may require the courage of a superhero, so Courtney Durante’s new non-profit organization, Costumes for Courage, wants to ensure the superheroes have a costume to match their courage.
Penn Hills resident Emily Golling, a Carlow University graduate student, is leading efforts to turn the 148-acre country club property that sits on the border of Penn Hills and Churchill into the Churchill Valley Greenway, the name for the land formerly used by the country club that will become a greenspace for area residents to enjoy.
Alizé Strickland ’20 has always given back as a community and church volunteer. In Carlow University’s Bachelor of Social Work program, she learned how to shape her helpfulness into a career. She found her calling as the family engagement coordinator for Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF).
The local artist and studio owner, Sarah Zeffiro, who earned her master’s in art education from Carlow in 2017, has begun a year-long residency at the Campus Laboratory School, where she will collaborate with Leigh Roche, the art teacher at the school, and the Carlow University Art Gallery.