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A poll worker gets “I Voted” stickers ready to hand to voters as they finish up at the ballot booths.
Your guide to the May 18 mayoral primary election
By Millicent Watt, Senior Staff Writer • May 13, 2021
Challengers Ed Gainey, Tony Moreno and Mike Thompson will face off against Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto in next Tuesday’s primary elections, after a heated campaign season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sophomore forward Justin Champagnie (11) finished second in points per game and first in rebounds per game in the ACC. In comparison to last season, he increased his scoring average from 12.7 to 18.4 points per game, and his rebounding average from 7.0 to 11.1 per game.
Justin Champagnie declares for NBA Draft
By Dalton Coppola, Sports Editor • May 10, 2021
After announcing that he was considering entering his name into the NBA Draft, star forward Justin Champagnie made it official Monday — the sophomore will forgo his remaining years of collegiate eligibility and go pro.
The Panthers netted three goals in the first half and capitalized on several mistakes from the UCF backline in an impressive 4-0 victory.
Pitt advances to Elite 8 after dominant 4-0 victory over UCF
By Kyle Saxon, Senior Staff Writer • May 6, 2021
Coming off a dominant 6-1 victory over Monmouth in its opening match, No. 2 Pitt men’s soccer showcased its offensive firepower once again in a convincing 4-0 shutout of Central Florida at a neutral site in Cary, N.C.
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Review: ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ soars triumphantly into final episode
By Diana Velasquez, Senior Staff Writer
Initially, the show was meant to air last August, but was delayed after production stopped in the Czech Republic because of COVID-19.
Staff Picks: Oscar nominees to help you escape from responsibilities
Staff Picks: Oscar nominees to help you escape from responsibilities
By The Pitt News Staff
Finals week is fast approaching, but so are the 2021 Academy Awards — which do you really want to spend your time preparing for?
‘A part of history’: Commencement ceremonies adapted again for pandemic
‘A part of history’: Commencement ceremonies adapted again for pandemic
By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief • May 4, 2021
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher said he was proud of the seniors for getting through an exceptionally difficult academic year.


Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
January 26, 2021

The Big Idea Center is excited to begin the spring semester and has a full slate of events open to ALL Pitt students, freshman to postdoc, who...

Sponsored Content: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
Sponsored Content: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
October 13, 2020

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The first Panthers Forward cohort will see an average 20 percent reduction in their student federal loan debt through the innovative new program. (Aimee Obidzinski/University of Pittsburgh)
Sponsored: Panthers Forward Applications Open Now
September 2, 2020

Full time students on the Pittsburgh campus, who graduate in 2021 and received federal student loans to fund their senior year are eligible to...

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