THE DAILY STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

Editorial: Examining history’s place

By The Pitt News Editorial Board 1 hour ago

Historical icons of racism have a place in our nation — we call those places history museums, not university lawns or capitol flagpoles. Students at the University of Texas at Austin continued their fight to remove several statues depicting Jefferson Davis and Woodrow Wilson from the university’s Main Mall. Yet, the metal men were hard […]

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Nativism: Same old story

By Matthew Moret / For The Pitt News 1 hour ago

When it comes to their country, Americans never really embrace the “caring is sharing” mantra. The fact that xenophobia — the intense dislike of people from other countries — is now, once again, a regular feature of campaign coverage is unsurprising. Since xenophobia emerged in the late 1700s, it never really went away. But it’s […]

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