The Pitt News

Coaches and staff look on as senior guard Jamarius Burton dribbles the ball at Saturday afternoons game vs. Louisville.
Pitt handily beats Louisville, 65-53, for second conference win
By Stephen Thompson, Sports Editor • January 15, 2022
In the rematch of a Jan. 5 barn-burner, Pitt thoroughly beat Louisville to earn its second conference win of the season, one that serves as further proof of the team’s holistic improvement.
Senior guard Onyebuchi Ezeakudo (31) with the ball at Saturday afternoons game against Louisville.
Photos: Men's basketball vs. Louisville
By Lucas Zheng, Staff Photographer • January 15, 2022
The Panthers (7-10 overall, 2-4 ACC) just beat Louisville (10-7 overall, 4-3 ACC) 65-53 at the Petersen Events Center.
The 2021-22 Year of Data and Society logo.
‘Community of the eager’: Pitt’s Year of Data and Society plans for spring
By Elizabeth Primrose, Staff Writer • January 14, 2022
Provost Ann Cudd announced last April that the 2021-22 academic year would be the Year of Data and Society, and after a semester of activities, more initiatives are planned for the spring semester.
Pitt students discuss art while at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Students learn the ins-and-outs of museums from Pitt
By Katelyn Kruszewski, Staff Writer
Pittsburgh is home to a large number of museums, which feature exhibits from multimedia art to geology. Luckily, Pitt has a major that prepares students specifically for work in these special places.
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is a biannual event, taking place in both January and August. This winter’s week takes place from Jan. 10 to 16.
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week highlights local restaurants, celebrates new year
By Anna Ligorio, Senior Staff Writer
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is a biannual event, taking place in both January and August. This winter’s week takes place from Jan. 10 to 16. Participating restaurants include The Porch at Schenley, The Commoner, Fujiya Ramen and Condado Tacos.
Pitt’s CoVax Vaccination Center located at the bottom of Nordenberg Hall.
Pitt adds 414 new COVID-19 cases since Jan. 4
By Martha Layne, News Editor • January 13, 2022
Pitt officials said Thursday that 209 students and 205 employees tested positive for COVID-19 from Jan. 4 to Jan. 11.
Pitt’s CoVax Vaccination Center located at the bottom of Nordenberg Hall.
Pitt adds 414 new COVID-19 cases since Jan. 4
By Martha Layne, News Editor • January 13, 2022
Three students read a sign greeting Pitt’s largest incoming class ever this year — a total of 5,195 students.
Pitt welcomed the class of 2025 as its largest class ever
By Martha Layne and Natalie Frank January 12, 2022
A Pitt student wears a mask.
Pitt doubles down on mitigation efforts, vaccines as Omicron surges
By Abby Cardilli, Staff Writer • January 11, 2022
Editorial | Pitt needs to have a hybrid option as Omicron spikes
Editorial | Pitt needs to have a hybrid option as Omicron spikes
By The Pitt News Editorial Board
Letter from the editor | Introducing Ledger
By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief
Pitt students stream Xfinity on their laptop.
Opinion | TV shows and movies don’t have to be pretentious to be enjoyable
By Rachel Soloff, Opinions Editor


Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
October 4, 2021

Unleash your Inner Innovator at the Bid Idea Center

Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
October 4, 2021

The Big Idea Center is the hub for student innovation and entreprenureship at the University of Pittsburgh.

Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
Sponsored: University of Pittsburgh Big Idea Center
October 4, 2021

Top 5 ways the Big Idea Center can help you in your college career and beyond!

Police Blotter: Dec. 16 - Jan. 13
Police Blotter: Dec. 16 - Jan. 13
By News Editors January 14, 2022
A slide that shows side-by-side images of existing (right) and proposed views (left) of wireless antennas on the Wyndham Hotel on Lytton Avenue at Tuesday’s Development Activities Meeting.
OPDC discusses Wyndham’s plans to move hotel antennas
By Colm Slevin, Senior Staff Writer • January 13, 2022
Pitt’s ASL club poses for a photo.
Pitt provides ASL interpreting services
By Leanna Chae, Staff Writer • January 11, 2022
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is a biannual event, taking place in both January and August. This winter’s week takes place from Jan. 10 to 16.
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week highlights local restaurants, celebrates new year
By Anna Ligorio, Senior Staff Writer • January 12, 2022
A 2021 TikTok video from the US equestrian team highlights several of the teams jumps.
Best TikTok accounts, trends of 2021
By Diana Velasquez, Culture Editor • January 12, 2022
Letter from the editor | Introducing Ledger
By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief • January 13, 2022
Opinion | I’m not sorry… most of the time
Opinion | I’m not sorry… most of the time
By Anna Fischer, Staff Columnist • January 13, 2022
The Queer Corner | The perks of taking your time
The Queer Corner | The perks of taking your time
By Rachel Bachy, Staff Writer • January 13, 2022
Kickin’ the Bucket | Back to basics: Decomposition
Kickin’ the Bucket | Back to basics: Decomposition
By Millicent Watt, Contributing Editor • January 13, 2022
Level Up! | Games that made my childhood
Level Up! | Games that made my childhood
By Sinéad McDevitt, Digital Manager • January 9, 2022

Emily Boissonneault is Pitt’s first-ever head lacrosse coach.
‘Didn’t hesitate’: Boissonneault embraces challenge of building Pitt lacrosse program
By Dalton Coppola, Assistant Sports Editor • January 12, 2022
VIDEO: Students on Returning Amidst the Omicron Variant
January 13, 2022
Pitt sophomore forward John Hugley (23) guards the ball during Thursday night’s game against Colgate at the Petersen Events Center.
Photos: Men’s Basketball vs. Colgate
By Hannah Wilson, Staff Photographer • December 9, 2021
A Pitt student sits on another students shoulders in Oakland in a crowd celebrating Pitts ACC Championship win against Wake Forest University earlier in the night.
Photos: Students celebrate Pitt win in Oakland
By Clare Sheedy, Assistant Visual Editor • December 5, 2021

Activate Search
The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper