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Pittsburgh Against Fascism in India holds teach-in
Brazilian carnaval meets coding in Oakland
Mac Miller’s legacy lives on with ‘Circles’
Creative Research Exhibition showcases work from summer 2019 fellowships

Creative Research Exhibition showcases work from summer 2019 fellowships

January 20, 2020

The 11th Annual Summer 2019 Creative Research Exhibition opened this past Thursday. The exhibition presents the works of six artists who pursued summer research opportunities through the University Honors College.

Circles: Till Infinity – The Celebration of Mac Miller’s Posthumous Album

January 20, 2020

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Sorority recruitment comes to an end with chants and special outfits
Sorority recruitment comes to an end with chants and special outfits
Pitt student dead after being hit by Port Authority bus on Fifth Avenue
Opinion | When exercise isn’t stress relief
Opinion | Progessive voters, it’s time to choose your fighter

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Weekend Watchlist: Hidden gems

By The Pitt News Staff
January 16, 2020

Sometimes streaming service algorithms are good. Other times, they bury the best content at the bottom of their catalogs.

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Old News: Druidgate

By Emily Wolfe, Digital Manager
January 16, 2020

It might not be ancient history, but most current Pitt students won’t remember the last time the Druids really made headlines — in 2013, when two thirds of the year’s elected Student Government Board were revealed to be members of the secret society. 

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Opinion | When exercise isn’t stress relief

By Leah Mensch, Opinions Editor
January 20, 2020

But aerobic exercise — which is cardio based — isn’t the only form of stress relief, and, in some cases, it isn’t the most effective form of stress relief either.

Opinion | Progessive voters, it’s time to choose your fighter

By Julia Kreutzer, Senior Staff Columnist
January 20, 2020

We’ve finally reached the fork in the road.

Editorial: Top 10 Pitt establishments that need a TikTok

By The Pitt News Editorial Board
January 16, 2020

The Steelers have a TikTok and so do the Pirates — both notably haven’t won a game in like seven years. The Pittsburgh Penguins have, but they don’t have a TikTok. Come to think of it, maybe it’s a kind of superstition.

Turnovers tell story of Pitt’s season

By Tyler Mathes, For the Pitt News
12:13 am

Pitt basketball boasts a pair of talented playmaking guards, but often their aggression can cost their team more than help.

Weekend sports: Pitt teams experience inverse results

By Marshall Worth, for the Pitt News
12:08 am

Pitt athletics had a busy weekend, as five teams took part in events. While men’s basketball’s win over UNC grabbed most of the headlines, other squads suited up for both conference and non-conference play — and experienced a mixed bag of results.

Poor shooting streak seals Pitt loss to Syracuse, 69-51

By Dominic Campbell, Senior Staff Writer
January 20, 2020

Pitt women’s basketball began Sunday’s matinee matchup against Syracuse like a team on track to finally snap its nine-game losing streak, but collapsed down the stretch and pushed the streak to double digits.

Creative Research Exhibition showcases work from summer 2019 fellowships

By Siddhi Shockey, Senior Staff Writer
January 20, 2020

The 11th Annual Summer 2019 Creative Research Exhibition opened this past Thursday. The exhibition presents the works of six artists who pursued summer research opportunities through the University Honors College.

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January 20, 2020

Over the weekend, hundreds of fans came to a pop-up in the North Side to celebrate the release of Mac Miller's posthumous album, 'Circles'. See what some had to say about how his music impacted their lives.

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Column | Shocked but not horrified at the Academy’s nominations

By Delilah Bourque, Culture Editor
January 16, 2020

This is another in a long line of horror movies getting completely ignored by one of the most prestigious awarding bodies in the world.

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Weekend Watchlist: Hidden gems

By The Pitt News Staff
January 16, 2020

Sometimes streaming service algorithms are good. Other times, they bury the best content at the bottom of their catalogs.

Old News: Druidgate

By Emily Wolfe, Digital Manager
January 16, 2020

It might not be ancient history, but most current Pitt students won’t remember the last time the Druids really made headlines — in 2013, when two thirds of the year’s elected Student Government Board were revealed to be members of the secret society. 

The Pitt Prescription: Caring for dry skin and dandruff

By Elizabeth Donnelly, Senior Staff Writer
January 12, 2020

Every year, when the temperature starts to drop outside, I start to carry a travel-sized bottle of lotion with me wherever I go. As it gets colder and colder, it seems like my skin dries out no matter what I do, so having a constant supply of moisturizer is quite handy. The skin is the largest human organ — with a total area of around 20 square feet, it acts as the body’s natural defense against...

January 20, 2020

Over the weekend, hundreds of fans came to a pop-up in the North Side to celebrate the release of Mac Miller's posthumous album, 'Circles'. See what some had to say about how his music impacted their lives.

January 9, 2020

Hear what a few students have to say about what they think the future holds. P.S. - Artificial intelligence and Amazon's 'Alexa' may have something to do with this one!

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