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First-year forward Justin Champagnie competes for possession of the ball.
Champagnie, Capel make remarkable returns, Pitt pounds Syracuse, 96-76
By Stephen Thompson, Assistant Sports Editor • January 16, 2021
Justin Champagnie, Jeff Capel and Pitt men’s basketball all made varying returns from different absences on Saturday afternoon and the end result was a blowout 96-76 victory over rival Syracuse.
First-year forward John Hugley was suspended indefinitely by the Panthers on Friday
Pitt forward John Hugley suspended indefinitely following felony criminal charges
By Alex Lehmbeck, Sports Editor • January 16, 2021
The announcement comes in response to a criminal complaint filed on Thursday, according to court documents obtained by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, which alleged that Hugley and an unidentified friend had boarded a stolen car on Jul. 19, 2020.
Pitt adds 16 new COVID-19 cases since Tuesday
Pitt adds 16 new COVID-19 cases since Tuesday
By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief • January 15, 2021
Pitt added 16 new COVID-19 cases, composed of 14 students and two employees, between Tuesday and Thursday, with 25 students currently in isolation.
Artwork in Posvar Hall by Virgil Cantini, a Pittsburgh-based sculptor and founder of Pitt’s studio arts department.
Family, scholars of Virgil Cantini discuss late artist’s legacy
By Charlie Taylor, Culture Editor
The Pittsburgh-based sculptor and founder of Pitt’s studio arts department made over a dozen public works of art on campus and throughout the City.
The University Art Gallery will open its first online exhibition Wednesday.
University Art Gallery “illuminates” world of medieval manuscripts
By Anna Ligorio, Senior Staff Writer
The University Art Gallery will open their first online exhibition, “A Nostalgic Filter: Medieval Manuscripts in the Digital Age” with a virtual conversation and exhibit tour on Wednesday at 12 p.m.
Pitt releases late January, early February move-in groups
Pitt releases late January, early February move-in groups
By Martha Layne, Assistant News Editor • January 13, 2021
Pitt students living on campus can plan to move into their dorms beginning in late January, according to a Wednesday afternoon email from Pitt’s COVID Medical Response Office. Residents are grouped into one of four move-in dates — Jan. 29, Jan. 31, Feb. 3 or Feb. 5 — per the latest CMRO guidance.


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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)
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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...

Sponsored Content: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
Sponsored Content: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
By Michael Yeomans • August 26, 2020

College is a time to explore new ideas. And Pitt students of every level from across the university have an amazing resource available that lets...

Pitt professor sues University
By Ashton Crawley, Assistant News Editor • January 13, 2021
Construction on Bigelow Boulevard lasted from November 2019 through this December.
Bigelow to reopen on Christmas Eve
By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief • December 23, 2020

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