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Keyshon Camp (10) and John Morgan III (6) embrace after a defensive play during the ACC Championship football game.
Column | ACC title game win sets up Pitt football for long term success
By Frankie Richetti, Staff Writer • 12:45 am
In Saturday’s ACC Championship win over Wake Forest, Pitt earned its first outright conference title in program history. This victory sets the Panthers up for success well into the future, staff writer Frankie Richetti argues.
Paulette Ramsay recites her poems over Zoom at the Global Hub last Thursday.
Poet Paulette Ramsay speaks on Caribbean culture and womanhood
By Katelyn Kruszewski, Staff Writer • 12:30 am
Poet Paulette Ramsay read excerpts from her books of poetry Friday evening on a Zoom webinar hosted by ADDverse. Her poetry focuses on Blackness, womanhood and Caribbean culture.
Pitt students celebrate Pitts Saturday night ACC Championship win against Wake Forest University at the intersection of Forbes and Oakland avenues.
Editorial | Pitt deserves to celebrate our football victory
By The Pitt News Editorial Board 12:28 am
Having a good football team is something tangible that everyone can rally around to support, and after a difficult couple years, we deserve to celebrate it.
Pitt to play No. 10 Michigan State in Peach Bowl game on Dec. 30
Pitt to play No. 10 Michigan State in Peach Bowl game on Dec. 30
By Dalton Coppola and Stephen Thompson December 5, 2021
Pitt football will play in the Peach Bowl game on Dec. 30 against No. 10 Michigan State. The team won its first-ever ACC championship Saturday night in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Yunge Xiao, a sophomore statistics and sociology major, sits at Color Park with her ukelele on Nov. 6.
Sophomore Yunge Xiao named winner of 91.3 WYEP’s singer-songwriter competition
By Jessica McKenzie, Senior Staff Writer
Yunge Xiao began writing songs for fun in third grade. An author of more than 55 original songs, she entered WYEP’s 2021 Singer-Songwriter Competition last summer and won in September.
The skyline of Charlotte, North Carolina in fall 2007.
Traveling to the ACC Championship Game? Visit the Queen city’s cultural gems
By Mera D'Aquila, Staff Writer
The indisputable highlight of a visit this weekend to Charlotte, North Carolina will be watching our very own Panthers win an ACC title. But while you’re there, try to venture off the beaten path that leads from your hotel room to the stadium.
A video titled “Victorian English Christmas Village” posted on Nationality Rooms Programs’ Youtube channel and the Nationality Rooms website for the Virtual Holiday Open House.
Nationality Rooms Open House presents holiday traditions and culture
By Betul Tuncer, Senior Staff Writer • 1:16 am
Montez Newsome, a junior mathematics-economics major, studies for an organic chemistry project at Hillman Library on Friday evening.
Study finds that Pitt students’ mental, physical health still struggling one year into the pandemic
By Natalie Frank, News Editor • 1:05 am
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


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A City police officer faces a line of people.
Oakland, South Side to see increased police presence Saturday night
By Stephen Thompson, Sports Editor • December 3, 2021
The skyline of Charlotte, North Carolina in fall 2007.
Traveling to the ACC Championship Game? Visit the Queen city’s cultural gems
By Mera D'Aquila, Staff Writer • December 2, 2021
The Heinz Chapel Choir performs “To Make Music in the Heart” at their Holiday Concert at Heinz Chapel on Dec. 3, 2019.
Holiday concerts return to Heinz Chapel
By Ebonee Rice-Nguyen, For The Pitt News • December 2, 2021
University of Fitsburgh | Looks that caught our eye
University of Fitsburgh | Looks that caught our eye
By Colin Kennedy, For The Pitt News • 1:04 am

Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett (8) holds up the ACC Championship trophy as the Pitt Panthers are showered in confetti.
Pitt defense locks down Hartman, wins first ever ACC Football Championship
By Dalton Coppola, Assistant Sports Editor • December 4, 2021
Sophomore running back Israel Abanikanda after scoring at the ACC Championship Game on Saturday night.
Pitt football claims first ACC football title
By Dalton Coppola, Assistant Sports Editor • December 4, 2021
Pitt alumnus Tony Lupinetti (left) and former Pitt football player Troy Washington (right) pose at the ACC Fan Fest on Saturday afternoon.
Photos: ACC Football Fan Fest
By Pamela Smith, Visual Editor • December 4, 2021
Pitt alumnus Tony Lupinetti (left) and former Pitt football player Troy Washington (right) pose at the ACC Fan Fest on Saturday afternoon.
Photos: ACC Football Fan Fest
By Pamela Smith, Visual Editor • December 4, 2021
A protester rallies with a crowd of UPMC employees on Grant Street during Thursday’s UPMC Essential Worker Strike in Downtown.
Photos: UPMC strike
By Patrick Cavanagh, Staff Photographer • November 19, 2021

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