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SGB encourages students: research board candidates
Petrikis, Washington Jr. take home weekly student-athlete honors
Labor board to hold hearing on proposed grad union ruling
Pittsburgh artists reflect on femininity and female bodies in two new exhibits

Pittsburgh artists reflect on femininity and female bodies in two new exhibits

February 18, 2020

The oil paintings were part of an exhibit on Mary Ethel McAuley, a Pittsburgh journalist and artist, and the quilted skirt was part of an accompanying exhibit called Three Artists (Three Women). The exhibits will be on display in the University Art Gallery until March 28.

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks announces ‘Cymbeline’ for 16th season

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks announces ‘Cymbeline’ for 16th season

February 18, 2020

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African American her-story: Author talks new book on history of black women in America
African American her-story: Author talks new book on history of black women in America
Investigation ongoing into Pitt student’s death
Editorial: Allegheny County endorses Heather Kass, neglects more progressive candidates
Opinion | Pitt should prioritize local history

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Pittchcraft: How I fit spells and rituals into college life

By Emily Pinigis, Staff Writer
February 16, 2020

There are plenty of easy tips and tricks to sneaking some small rituals and Witchy practices into a student’s everyday life.

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Weekend Watchlist: Our funny Valentine’s

By The Pitt News Staff
February 13, 2020

What’s the perfect Valentine’s Day watch?

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Editorial: Allegheny County endorses Heather Kass, neglects more progressive candidates

By The Pitt News Editorial Board
February 18, 2020

The ACDC’s endorsement of Kass is a poor decision because her views are not reflective of the larger Democratic party and her receiving the endorsement will not unify Democrats in the region.

Opinion | Pitt should prioritize local history

By Loretta Donoghue, Staff Columnist
February 18, 2020

By honoring Irvis, the University has made a positive step in promoting local history, but they should implement a required program that integrates a variety of local history topics into all students’ curriculum.

Opinion | How much do classic novels actually have to say?

By Leah Mensch, Opinions Editor
February 17, 2020

Short answer — not as much as you think.

Pitt overpowered by FSU, sustains 3-game skid

By Stephen Thompson, Assistant Sports Editor
12:41 am

And on Tuesday, the trajectory of both teams kept constant. The Panthers (15-12 overall, 6-10 ACC) were overpowered by No. 8 Florida State, (22-4 overall, 12-3 ACC) 82-67 on Tuesday night. The Seminoles avenged their opening-night loss to the Panthers and remained in the hunt for a No. 1 seed in March’s NCAA Tournament.

The Astros found a way to make their cheating episode even worse

By Marshall Worth, Staff Writer
February 18, 2020

In baseball and professional sports, integrity and fair competition matter. Jim Crane effectively scoffed at that on Thursday.

February 18, 2020

Watch the highlights of the Pitt Panthers men's basketball team as they host the Clemson Tigers at the Petersen Events Center (with an accompanying audio broadcast). Final score: 72-52 Clemson. Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Shot and edited by Knox Coulter, Multimedia Editor Broadcast audio by WPTS

Pittsburgh artists reflect on femininity and female bodies in two new exhibits

By Nadiya Greaser, For The Pitt News
February 18, 2020

The oil paintings were part of an exhibit on Mary Ethel McAuley, a Pittsburgh journalist and artist, and the quilted skirt was part of an accompanying exhibit called Three Artists (Three Women). The exhibits will be on display in the University Art Gallery until March 28.

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Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks announces ‘Cymbeline’ for 16th season

By MJ LaRocque, Staff Writer
February 18, 2020

Two women stood in the middle of a bar playing an improv game where they created a new Shakespeare play they called “The Sisters of Atalanta.” The two acted as a father and his boss, trying to reach a marriage agreement between the man’s daughter and a pile of sand. The theatrics were part of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ Valentine’s improv game night in Bloomfield last Tuesday....

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The Pitt News’ sex playlist

By The Pitt News Staff
February 13, 2020

Here’s our eclectic picks for the 69 best songs to bone to.

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Pittchcraft: How I fit spells and rituals into college life

By Emily Pinigis, Staff Writer
February 16, 2020

There are plenty of easy tips and tricks to sneaking some small rituals and Witchy practices into a student’s everyday life.

Weekend Watchlist: Our funny Valentine’s

By The Pitt News Staff
February 13, 2020

What’s the perfect Valentine’s Day watch?

By the Book: “The Glass Eye” and writing about mental illness

By Megan Williams, Staff Writer
February 13, 2020

I prefer “crazy” to “mentally ill.” The latter sounds so clinical, and I never feel clinical when I am in the trenches of my post-traumatic stress.

February 18, 2020

Watch the highlights of the Pitt Panthers men's basketball team as they host the Clemson Tigers at the Petersen Events Center (with an accompanying audio broadcast). Final score: 72-52 Clemson. Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Shot and edited by Knox Coulter, Multimedia Editor Broadcast audio by WPTS

Photos: Fossil Free Pitt Rally

February 13, 2020

About 40-45 protesters gathered in front of the balcony on the Bigelow Boulevard side of the Cathedral of Learning on Thursday to protest Pitt’s continued investment in the fossil-fuel industry.

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