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Opinion | Stop asking women if they want children
Opinion | Stop asking women if they want children
By Grace Harris, Staff Columnist • 12:19 am
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Opinion | Stop asking women if they want children
Opinion | Stop asking women if they want children
By Grace Harris, Staff Columnist • 12:19 am
Opinion | Long-distance friendships are possible
By Livia LaMarca, Assistant Opinions Editor • June 6, 2024

Photos | 2023 Anthrocon

Pittsburgh’s Cultural District filled with vibrant colors last weekend as thousands of anthropomorphics fans made their way to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for Anthrocon. The event, which attracts thousands of furries from across the country each year, took place from June 29 to July 2 and featured many events including a parade and live music. 

During the Fursuit Parade, which took place on July 1, Pittsburghers gathered around as the furries displayed their colorful suits. The convention also featured several booths where people could buy things for fursuits and other fan made items. 

 

About the Contributors
Pamela Smith, Managing Editor
Hello! My name is Pam and I am the managing editor of The Pitt News. For the last two years I was the visual editor; this is my fourth and final year with TPN. I am a senior English Writing and History/Philosophy of Science double major. I love photographing sports, cultural events and portraits, and sometimes I write news stories.
Nate Yonamine, Assistant Visuals Editor
Nate Yonamine is a senior majoring in psychology. He has been a photographer for The Pitt News since Spring 2021. His favorite subjects to photograph include performing arts, astrophotography, and sports.