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Premier Panthers push Pitt to win over Drexel, 83-74
By Stephen Thompson, Assistant Sports Editor • November 28, 2020
Pitt’s “Big 3” of Junior guards Xavier Johnson and Au’Diese Toney, plus sophomore forward Justin Champagnie, came through early and often on Saturday. They combined for 66 points to power the Panthers (1-1 overall) to an 83-74 win over Drexel (0-1 overall).
Pitt adds 38 new COVID-19 cases since Thursday
Pitt adds 38 new COVID-19 cases since Thursday
By Ashton Crawley and Jon Moss November 24, 2020
Pitt added 38 new COVID-19 cases, composed of 34 students and four employees, between last Friday and Monday, with 52 students currently in isolation.
Sophomore striker Valentin Noel (8) scored the Panthers
Pitt men’s soccer falls short in ACC Championship, suffers first loss of season
By Kyle Saxon, Staff Writer • November 22, 2020
In arguably the most important match in the program’s history, No. 1 Pitt men’s soccer fell 2-1 to the No. 2 Clemson Tigers 2-1 on Sunday in the team’s first-ever ACC Championship appearance.
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 implements ‘compromise’ of two grading policy changes amid pandemic
Pitt implements ‘compromise’ of two grading policy changes amid pandemic
By Rebecca Johnson, News Editor • November 25, 2020
Pitt will introduce two changes to its grading policies amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in what student leaders are calling a “compromise” after many pushed for a continuation of policies introduced last spring to compensate for a more difficult academic environment.


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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

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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...

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