The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The Cathedral of Learning alongside the Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain.
Editorial | The top 7 best things about staying in Oakland for the summer
By The Pitt News Editorial Board June 24, 2022
Here are the best parts about staying near campus over the summer.
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher at Pitts annual Board of Trustees meeting on Friday in the William Pitt Union Assembly Room,
Board of Trustees appoints Douglas Browning as board chairman
By Allison Radziwon, Assistant News Editor • June 24, 2022
During Pitt’s annual Board of Trustees meeting, Chancellor Patrick Gallagher described the process of building support for the in-state tuition discount as “intense”.
Pitt’s COVID-19 community levels remain low, CoVax vaccination center offers vaccines for young children
By Allison Radziwon, Assistant News Editor • June 23, 2022
Pitt officials said Wednesday that COVID-19 community levels are expected to “continue to fluctuate” in the Pennsylvania region, but community levels on all campuses remain medium or low.
Pitt’s current CEC building on Wylie Avenue in the Hill District.
Pitt CEC in the Hill District fosters community growth
By Jessica Snyder, Senior Staff Writer • June 22, 2022
According to the Allegheny Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods, Pitt’s Oakland campus expanded in relation to the urban renewal crisis in Pittsburgh in the 50s, a little less than a century ago.
Rhys Darby, left, plays Stede Bonnet alongside Taika Waititi, who plays Captain Blackbeard, in season 1, episode 9 of “Our Flag Means Death.”
Queer shows and movies to watch this Pride month
By Sinead McDevitt, Contributing Editor • June 22, 2022
Happy Pride month! While parades and festivals are coming back in full swing, there’s still plenty you can do if you want to celebrate indoors — namely watching these queer shows and movies!
Kristen Stewart, left, plays Timlin alongside Léa Seydoux, who plays Caprice, in “Crimes of the Future.”
Review | ‘Crimes of the Future’— to feel beyond pain
By Jacob Mraz, Staff Writer • June 22, 2022
In a world without pain, there’s hope in David Cronenberg’s return to horror.
A protestor carries a sign that reads Bans Off Our Bodies outside of the City Council Building in Downtown at Fridays Womens March.
“Need to fight back”: Pittsburgh rally speaks out against the Supreme Court overruling of Roe v. Wade
By Allison Radziwon and Bella Markovitz June 25, 2022
The Supreme Court overturned the landmark court ruling of Roe v. Wade on Friday, removing constitutional protections for abortions.
Friday’s public meeting hosted by the Student Affairs Committee and the Board of Trustees.
Student Affairs Committee, Kenyon Bonner talk student fee changes, new campus recreation and wellness center facility
By Allison Radziwon, Assistant News Editor • June 21, 2022
The Cathedral of Learning and William Pitt Union on campus.
New loading zones bring efficiency to Pittsburgh
By Khushi Rai, Staff Writer • June 14, 2022
Pitt’s COVID-19 community risk shifts to medium, masks now optional indoors
By Allison Radziwon, Assistant News Editor • June 11, 2022
The Pitt Shop on Forbes Avenue.
Satire | Why is our merch straight up garbage?
By Paige Wasserman, Staff Columnist
Opinion | Pro-Life Representatives may be the reason thousands of students can’t afford Pitt
Opinion | Pro-Life Representatives may be the reason thousands of students can’t afford Pitt
By Ebonee Rice-Nguyen, Staff Columnist
Bill Hader plays Barry Berkman in “Barry.”
Opinion | You can like a piece of media without liking its characters
By Rachel Soloff, Opinions Editor
Pitt players line up during the Blue vs. Gold spring football game in April.
Column | Pitt football doesn’t need to change its uniforms
By Dalton Coppola, Sports Editor
Pitt football boasts some of the best uniforms in football and there’s no reason to stray from them. Sure, the color scheme goes against the grain when it comes to the other teams in the city. But the blue and gold is what Pitt is all about — embrace it.
Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi watches his team play against Michigan State in Atlanta during the first half of the Peach Bowl NCAA college football game in December.
Narduzzi jumps out to hot start on recruiting trail, owns No. 21 class in country
By Frankie Richetti, Senior Staff Writer
It’s June, and that can only mean one thing for Pitt football. It’s officially visit season – which coincides with a boatload of commitments from high school recruits to the Panthers within the month.
Pitt’s Ashley Browske (4) hits a pass during a semifinal of the NCAA womens college volleyball tournament against Nebraska in December.
Fisher, Fairbanks lead USA Women’s U21 Volleyball to gold at Pan American Cup
By Richie Smiechowski, Senior Staff Writer
The U.S. Women’s U21 National Volleyball team captured its second Pan American Cup on Sunday, knocking off Argentina 3-1 at La Paz Arena in Baja California Sur, Mexico. The team dropped just two sets on their way to a 5-0 tournament sweep. The last time the U.S. claimed the Pan American Cup was in 2017. Pitt volleyball head coach Dan Fisher led the U.S. squad after being announced as head coach of the team on May 2.
Rex Orange County performs at Stage AE on Tuesday.
Rex Orange County’s First Time At Stage AE Is More Than ‘Worth It’ For Sold-Out Crowd
By Serena Garcia, Staff Writer
In the 90-degree June heat, thousands of fans crowded into the pit of Stage AE to see the one and only Rex Orange County. Sweat clinging to their skin, fans rushed to the steel barricade to get a closer look at the indie singer. 
Ewan McGregor plays Obi-Wan Kenobi in Lucasfilms “Obi-Wan Kenobi.”
Review | ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ episode five gives fans many anticipated reveals
By Brandon Raglow, Staff Writer
After four episodes of slow, careful build up, episode five of “Obi-Wan Kenobi” finally gives us some of the release and reveals that viewers and “Star Wars” fans have been waiting for.
Review | Stranger Things season four struggles to juggle its own universe
Review | Stranger Things season four struggles to juggle its own universe
By Shreya Singh, Staff Writer
Six years ago, the Duffer Brothers brought us a show that would proceed to put adults and teenagers alike in a chokehold. After three long years of waiting, season four of Stranger Things has finally dropped — or at least the first part of it.


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Vice President Kamala Harris speaks about infrastructure spending while visiting the Community Empowerment Association on Kelly Street in Homewood on Friday.
Vice President Harris visits Pittsburgh, talks lead contaminating water
By Allison Radziwon, Assistant News Editor • June 21, 2022
The Pitt Shop on Forbes Avenue.
Satire | Why is our merch straight up garbage?
By Paige Wasserman, Staff Columnist • June 21, 2022
Weekend Watchlist | Finals Free-For-All
Weekend Watchlist | Finals Free-For-All
By The Pitt News Staff April 21, 2022
The Queer Corner | The carousel of queer progress
The Queer Corner | The carousel of queer progress
By Rachel Bachy, Senior Staff Writer • April 21, 2022

VIDEO: Food trucks bring Pitt community together for a good cause
April 15, 2022
Quarterback Kedon Slovis (9) looks to throw the ball during the Blue vs. Gold spring football game on Saturday.
Photos: Blue vs. Gold spring football game
By Pamela Smith, Visual Editor • April 10, 2022
VIDEO: Pitt Bike Cave
April 8, 2022