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Pirates must fire Bonifay to win

By JEREMY JESTER

June 6, 2001


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Once again, the Pirates are off to another dismal season. The timing of Cam Bonifay's... Once again, the Pirates are off to another dismal season. The timing of Cam Bonifay's inevitable firing and other changes are vital for the Pirates...

Let’s Dance

By OLIVER B. JOHNSON IIIStaff Writer

June 6, 2001


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It has been said that there are few differences between theater and film. The most prevalent discrepancy distinction is that theater inspires the imagination, while film presents accumulations of the imaginations of the artists who present it.So then what of "Moulin Rouge," a film in the form of a the...

Bridging the ‘Burgh’s digital divide

By ERIK MEUSERStaff Writer

June 6, 2001


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In an age when computer knowledge is one of the most basic tools leading to educational and... In an age when computer knowledge is one of the most basic tools leading to educational and workplace success, many Americans are falling behind.But the Pennsylvania Service-Learning Alliance is working to...

Drinking water

By NANCY REDDYStaff Writer

June 6, 2001


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Often, it seems like when musicians from established bands get together to form a new group, the result really doesn

Knockout

By MELISSA BALICKStaff Writer

June 6, 2001


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The problem with being the most creative, respected and well-loved band in the world is that there are no standards as impossible to meet as the ones you accidentally set yourself.If any band other than Radiohead had released the album Amnesiac, every critic would give it a perfect score and sing its praises...

Faith-based charities need to beware of discrimination

By EDITORIAL

June 6, 2001


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In the United States today, computer skills are almost essential for survival. Because of this... In the United States today, computer skills are almost essential for survival. Because of this fact, the Pennsylvania Service-Learning Alliance has formed the Faith Tech Center program, which will provide co...

Pitt names same-sex benefits committee

By ERIC LIDJI Senior Staff Writer

June 6, 2001


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Chancellor Mark Nordenberg named the 12 people who will serve on a committee to study whether... Chancellor Mark Nordenberg named the 12 people who will serve on a committee to study whether Pitt should begin offering health benefits to the same-sex partners of University employees.The formation of the com...

Waites hire personnel; Routt quits football team

By KENNETH PAULSports Editor

June 6, 2001


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This week in Pitt sports includes a defection from the football team, great accomplishments by... This week in Pitt sports includes a defection from the football team, great accomplishments by some Pitt swimmers, a little shuffling within the women...

Work in progress

By Pitt News Staff

June 6, 2001


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Across campus, construction is in full swing this summer. The Multi-Purpose Academic... Across campus, construction is in full swing this summer. The Multi-Purpose Academic Complex, located on the corner of Forbes and Bouquet streets, is scheduled for completion in December of 2001. The John M. and G...

Academic dean will design new courses, curriculum

By EMILY COLLEY The Pitt News

June 6, 2001


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A new term will also bring a new face to Pitt A new term will also bring a new face to Pitt

Sticky jam

By HEATHER BOWLANStaff Writer

June 6, 2001


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Ah, the jam band. Almost...Ah, the jam band. Almost everyone has at least one that they're partial to - be it the prolific Phish or the local act at the bar every Friday night.But to those who have failed to see the light of your favorite jazzy-funky-rock group (who "you have to see live"), the music...

Beer science

By MARGARET EMERYStaff Writer

June 6, 2001


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Recreating foreign environments in a controlled space is an amazing skill, one that often gets... Recreating foreign environments in a controlled space is an amazing skill, one that often gets lost in some committee's desire to have the whole thing be true to life. No one goes to KenTacoHut to experience a...

6-Jun-01

By Pitt News Staff

June 6, 2001


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Tuesday, May 29Tuesday, May 29

Suspenseful

By BRIAN KLUTCHUOSKYStaff Writer

June 6, 2001


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Sunday Night Series: "Hitchcock Classics from the '40s"Mellwood Screening Room"Shadow... Sunday Night Series: "Hitchcock Classics from the '40s"Mellwood Screening Room"Shadow of a Doubt" - June 10"Notorious" - June 17"Rope" - June 24 682-4111Alfred Hitchcock was an innovative film genius and master of s...

Bryant and Co. showered with honors

By KENNETH PAULSports Editor

June 6, 2001


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The preseason accolades continue to stream in for Pitt The preseason accolades continue to stream in for Pitt

Branding sex offenders reminiscent of “Scarlet Letter”

By Editorial Staff

May 30, 2001


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A Corpus Christi, Texas, judge recently modernized "The Scarlet Letter" heroine Hester... A Corpus Christi, Texas, judge recently modernized "The Scarlet Letter" heroine Hester Prynne's famed dilemma. On May 18, Judge J. Manuel Banales added 21 people to Hester's ranks, ordering them to brandish virt...

Pourquoi?

By LESLIE HOFFMANA'E EDITOR

May 30, 2001


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The fog rises as night descends on the Thames; the five renegades ask each other how long they The fog rises as night descends on the Thames; the five renegades ask each other how long they

Pleasant Pop

By MELISSA BALICKSTAFF WRITER

May 30, 2001


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Pleasant but unchallenging, singer/songwriter David Mead Pleasant but unchallenging, singer/songwriter David Mead

From athletic director to pizza delivery boy

By KENNETH PAULSPORTS EDITOR

May 30, 2001


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More than 1,200 workers have been vigorously constructing the new North Shore football... More than 1,200 workers have been vigorously constructing the new North Shore football stadium over the last year, in order for it to be completed in time for Pitt...

University undergrads win Beckman research grant

By JUSTIN MCCLELLANDSTAFF WRITER

May 30, 2001


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Not many undergraduates get excited about mutated secretory proteins. But then again, not... Not many undergraduates get excited about mutated secretory proteins. But then again, not many students are given nearly $14,000 to study them.Pitt junior Robert Lee and senior William McCoy IV were selected as...

A wild first two months of baseball stories

By KAREN BIELAKASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR

May 30, 2001


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The baseball season has been underway for just about two months, and there have been a lot of... The baseball season has been underway for just about two months, and there have been a lot of surprises and unanswered questions. And so here are 10 of the scariest things to happen in baseball this year.10. ...

Atlanta mayor addresses law grads

By TERRA WITTIGSTAFF WRITER

May 30, 2001


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With softly spoken words and a strong conviction, Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell urged Pitt With softly spoken words and a strong conviction, Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell urged Pitt

The cost of business

By Pitt News Staff

May 30, 2001


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Pitt's Board of Trustees approved increases to the Student Activity fee at Pitt-Bradford,... Pitt's Board of Trustees approved increases to the Student Activity fee at Pitt-Bradford, Pitt-Greensburg, and Pitt-Titusville, but main campus students were spared the expense. From left to right are Student Governme...

In my mind and in my car

By ERIC LIDJI Senior Staff Writer

May 30, 2001


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There is something beautiful about the ability to create a sense of variety. That... There is something beautiful about the ability to create a sense of variety. That beauty comes from experiencing a series of things each so different and unique, yet sharing a common element, linking themselves together w...

Forget about the TV Guide, CPC is back

By KENNETH PAULSPORTS EDITOR

May 30, 2001


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After being on hiatus for more than a year, Couch Potato Central returns to the pages of The... After being on hiatus for more than a year, Couch Potato Central returns to the pages of The Pitt News. CPC is dedicated to all the sports nuts out there who watch SportsCenter three times a day and enjoy skipp...

Hayduk found dead

By DAVE HARTMANNEWS EDITOR

May 30, 2001


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The body of Pitt freshman Justin Hayduk The body of Pitt freshman Justin Hayduk

Brazilian life more laid-back

By MONICA FAUSTSTAFF WRITER

May 30, 2001


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SAO LUIS, Brazil SAO LUIS, Brazil

Poem Chase sends sleuths scrambling

By JOHN PAUL HORSTMANNSTAFF WRITER

May 30, 2001


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Two local arts organizations recently announced the Greater Pittsburgh Poem Chase, a contest... Two local arts organizations recently announced the Greater Pittsburgh Poem Chase, a contest designed to send Pittsburghers scurrying around their city in an effort to piece together the scattered lines of a Pitts...

Mindful

By BRIAN KLUCHUROSKYSTAFF WRITER

May 30, 2001


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Is it possible to see that which cannot be seen, yet exists? After all, how does one paint or... Is it possible to see that which cannot be seen, yet exists? After all, how does one paint or photograph love or sadness in a universal manner that everyone can except? It can...

30-May-01

By Pitt News Staff

May 30, 2001


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Monday, May 21Monday, May 21

Music from the Original Motion Picture Shrek

By MELISSA BALICKSTAFF WRITER

May 23, 2001


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The soundtrack to The soundtrack to

UPMC News in Brief

By Eric Lidjii

May 23, 2001


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The spine bone's connected to the ... Healos?In America, back pain is the leading cause of... The spine bone's connected to the ... Healos?In America, back pain is the leading cause of worker's compensation cases, the No. 2 reason for physician visits and the third most common reason for surgery. More than fi...

Let’s get digital

By BRIAN KLUCHUROSKYSTAFF WRITER

May 23, 2001


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A wise man once told me that you can never put into words that which you truly feel or want... A wise man once told me that you can never put into words that which you truly feel or want to express. Art, then, is an alternative to words, enabling expression by means of pictures, sculptures and various...

23-May-01

By Pitt News Staff

May 23, 2001


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Monday, May 14Monday, May 14

Heavy rains

By TONY FRASCELLA The Pitt News

May 23, 2001


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There is nothing worse than an album on which every song sounds the same. I admit... There is nothing worse than an album on which every song sounds the same. I admit that in the past I have been suckered into buying the latest from some big-name group because their one song being played on the radio resu...

Outgoing SGB not going out … yet

By ELIZABETH BOWENMANAGING EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Student Government Board President Jeff Alex and the eight members of the 2002 board were... Student Government Board President Jeff Alex and the eight members of the 2002 board were elected on April 11. But because of complications surrounding an oversight in SGB's constitution, the date on which they w...

The long haul

By DAVE HARTMANNEWS EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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More than 42,000 cars travel on the Boulevard of the Allies between Downtown and Oakland... More than 42,000 cars travel on the Boulevard of the Allies between Downtown and Oakland every day. But between now and December, many of those cars will be detoured to allow for reconstruction of the major ar...

Pitt committee to consider offering same-sex benefits

By DAVE HARTMANNEWS EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Pitt announced yesterday that it would form a committee to study the feasibility of extending... Pitt announced yesterday that it would form a committee to study the feasibility of extending health benefits to the same-sex partners of University employees.The decision comes after more than five years o...

Knight garners preseason hype

By KENNETH PAULSPORTS EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Bryan Knight, once a 190-pound wide receiver, is a marked man. He is now on the Bryan Knight, once a 190-pound wide receiver, is a marked man. He is now on the

People should respect the feelings beneath the fur

By JENNIFER MCDOWELL The Pitt News

May 23, 2001


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Animals feel pain. If you are not already familiar with this concept, then please familiarize... Animals feel pain. If you are not already familiar with this concept, then please familiarize yourself with it. Animals, like those seemingly threatening guard dogs, German shepherds, are defenseless and scared...

We must protect the Alaskan wilderness now

By RAMIN SKIBBA The Pitt News

May 23, 2001


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In the northeast corner of Alaska lies one of North America In the northeast corner of Alaska lies one of North America

Pitt teams shop for recruits

By KENNETH PAULSPORTS EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Just because there is no competition on the playing field over the summer doesn Just because there is no competition on the playing field over the summer doesn

Pitt community turns out for golf benefit

By ERIK MEUSERSTAFF WRITER

May 23, 2001


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Yesterday may not have been the best day for golf, but the rain that fell for a good part of... Yesterday may not have been the best day for golf, but the rain that fell for a good part of the morning and again in the evening did not dampen anyone's spirits at the sixth annual Kevin Cecil Golf Outin...

Computer animated fairytale proves to be ‘Shrekstravaganza’

By OLIVER B. JOHNSON IIISTAFF WRITER

May 23, 2001


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If If

Opinions Editorial

By Pitt News Staff

May 23, 2001


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The University administration is finally coming to its senses about the same-sex benefits... The University administration is finally coming to its senses about the same-sex benefits issue.For the last five years, Pitt has been entangled in litigation over granting benefits to same-sex partners of facu...

Is there anybody out there?

By KENNETH PAULSPORTS EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Roger Waters once asked in a Pink Floyd song, Roger Waters once asked in a Pink Floyd song,

Good riddance to the Beehive

By LEE STEINSTAFF WRITER

May 23, 2001


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Four years ago my parents visited me at school. When they saw the Beehive, I looked at them... Four years ago my parents visited me at school. When they saw the Beehive, I looked at them and could see how they suddenly didn't want me to go to school here.Sure it's narrow-minded, but considering how disgusti...

Crime Tip of the Week

By Pitt News Staff

May 23, 2001


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During the month of April, the Pitt police recorded 35 incidents of theft by unlawful... During the month of April, the Pitt police recorded 35 incidents of theft by unlawful taking. These thefts occurred in classrooms, fitness facilities and libraries.The Pitt police advises students, faculty and staff to k...

Sexual healing

By LESLIE HOFFMANA'E EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Although they are seniors in high school ready to depart for separate colleges in the... Although they are seniors in high school ready to depart for separate colleges in the fall, Pittsburghers Mark Bisi and Matt Stidle have grand plans for their band....

Tasty

By MELISSA BALICKSTAFF WRITER

May 23, 2001


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Who’s Albert Pujols?

By KENNETH PAULSPORTS EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Almost two months of baseball are in the books and so far, the Phillies and Twins are in... Almost two months of baseball are in the books and so far, the Phillies and Twins are in first place and there

Engel pitches his way to Big East honors

By KENNETH PAULSPORTS EDITOR

May 23, 2001


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Pitt pitcher Joe Engel was named to the All-Big East third team this week, the first pitcher... Pitt pitcher Joe Engel was named to the All-Big East third team this week, the first pitcher in Pitt

16-May-01

By Pitt News Staff

May 16, 2001


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Friday, April 20Someone reported at 10:31 a.m. that a student might have been carrying a... Friday, April 20Someone reported at 10:31 a.m. that a student might have been carrying a weapon in the Law School. Officers located the student and found that he had a permit to carry a concealed weapon. He was...

Red flair

By HEATHER BOWLANStaff Writer

May 16, 2001


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The body of a fisherman is found off a pier in Boston. Sen. Joseph McCarthy

Southern discomfort

By MARGARET EMERYStaff Writer

May 16, 2001


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One of the nice things about Chris Kuzneski

Red flair

By HEATHER BOWLANStaff Writer

May 16, 2001


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The body of a fisherman is found off a pier in Boston. Sen. Joseph McCarthyís daughter, Lynn, finds herself engaged to a Jewish Communist. A Russian immigrant and spy comes home to find that everyone thinks heís dead. And detective Maggie Pelletier has to decide if she wants to honeymoon in Tahiti.Th...

Cumpie’s Bar reopens after raid forces 10-day closure

By EDWARD HUMESStaff Writer

May 16, 2001


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Cumpie's Restaurant and Lounge offered drink specials on Mother's Day night. But the plastic... Cumpie's Restaurant and Lounge offered drink specials on Mother's Day night. But the plastic pitchers weren

Derailing democracy

By ERIK MEUSERStaff Writer

May 16, 2001


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The University Honors College presented David Broder, syndicated columnist for The New York... The University Honors College presented David Broder, syndicated columnist for The New York Times and The Washington Post, as part of its American Experience Lecture Series in Benedum Hall last night.Broder...

SPORTS EDITORIAL

By KENNETH PAULSports Editor

May 16, 2001


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Roger Waters once asked in a Pink Floyd song, Roger Waters once asked in a Pink Floyd song,

Baseball drops nine of final 11

By KENNETH PAULSports Editor

May 16, 2001


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Pitt baseball, a team marred by injuries and inexperience, finished in last place in the Big... Pitt baseball, a team marred by injuries and inexperience, finished in last place in the Big East, dropping nine of its final 11 games. The Panthers...

Power outage shuts lower campus

By DAVE HARTMANNews Editor

May 16, 2001


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A power outage Friday afternoon closed more than 20 buildings across Pitt A power outage Friday afternoon closed more than 20 buildings across Pitt

Kelly blasts the competition at Big East Championships

By KENNETH PAULSports Editor

May 16, 2001


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Long season closes for softball

By KENNETH PAULSports Editor

May 16, 2001


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A season that saw Pitt softball win just four of its first 26 games ended mercifully, as the... A season that saw Pitt softball win just four of its first 26 games ended mercifully, as the team played 10 games between April 28 and May 6, finishing with a 14-39 record.Pitt 2, Providence 0; Providence 7, Pit...

Space Criminals

By BRIAN KLUCHUROSKYStaff Writer

May 16, 2001


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Ever get that feeling of deja vu? You know, you could have sworn whatever it is you

Beehive closes forever

By DAVE HARTMANNews Editor

May 16, 2001


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Matthew Faher showed up at the Beehive theater and coffeehouse on Forbes Avenue yesterday,... Matthew Faher showed up at the Beehive theater and coffeehouse on Forbes Avenue yesterday, only to learn that he was out of a job.Faher wasn...

Opinions Editorial

By Pitt News Staff

May 16, 2001


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Thus passes yet another Oakland landmark.This week, anyone walking along Forbes Avenue may... Thus passes yet another Oakland landmark.This week, anyone walking along Forbes Avenue may have noticed that the Beehive, a favorite coffeehouse for anyone with spiked hair, is now closed.The Beehive's owner...

The sky isn’t falling, it’s already landed

By JEFF MURRAYStaff Writer

May 16, 2001


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When Michael Moore and Ralph Nader made an appearance on "Politically Incorrect" earlier this... When Michael Moore and Ralph Nader made an appearance on "Politically Incorrect" earlier this year, they were met with a bitter and abusive Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), who assured the studio and home ...

UPMC News in Brief

By Eric Lidji Senior Staff Writer

May 16, 2001


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Pitt researcher named editorPatrick Kochanek, M.D., director of the University of... Pitt researcher named editorPatrick Kochanek, M.D., director of the University of Pittsburgh Safar Center for Resuscitation Research, has been named editor of the Journal of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.The journ...

My Little Secret

By LESLIE HOFFMANA'E Editor

May 16, 2001


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As summer descends upon us, so do the things common to this sweltering season: longer days,... As summer descends upon us, so do the things common to this sweltering season: longer days, more free time, swimming pools, vacation, and for many students, a summer job.My summer jobs in the past have been...

Rhoten’s success as a freshman impresses

By KENNETH PAUL Senior Staff Writer

April 23, 2001


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Seldom does a freshman in a Division I program make an impact on a team, but pitcher Don... Seldom does a freshman in a Division I program make an impact on a team, but pitcher Don Rhoten has done exactly that this season for Pitt baseball.As a result of his performance, he has been named the Male Fresh...

Nasir interviews Pitt News editor in chief

By REHAN NASIREditor in Chief

April 23, 2001


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Rehan: So that Rehan: So that

Mullin’s competitive nature shines through

By BRAD CUPRIKAssistant Sports Editor

April 23, 2001


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On a team with only two victories, it's usually hard to find any outstanding individual... On a team with only two victories, it's usually hard to find any outstanding individual efforts.That wasn't the case with junior gymnast Raya Mullin this year, and as a result, she has been named Female Athlete of...

Columnist flakes out, shirks responsibilities

By COTTON COSLETTStaff Writer

April 23, 2001


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It happens every spring. The perma-drizzle fades, reminding us that we get some sun in... It happens every spring. The perma-drizzle fades, reminding us that we get some sun in Pittsburgh. Fountains spring back to life, and spontaneous barbecues break out all over Oakland.Thousands of people move on...

The real world is nothing to fear

By LIZ HELTMANStaff Writer

April 23, 2001


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After you've been in school for a while, you begin to take certain things for granted After you've been in school for a while, you begin to take certain things for granted

And the winners are…

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April 23, 2001


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A look back on SGB’s shortened term

By REHAN NASIREditor in Chief

April 23, 2001


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Student Government Board set seven goals this term. According to President Mike Unangst, it... Student Government Board set seven goals this term. According to President Mike Unangst, it has made major strides toward completing all of them.Unangst worked with board members to outline these specific goals ...

Harding throws out the old record book

By SHAUN GRIFFINStaff Writer

April 23, 2001


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The Pitt track and field record book never knew what hit it when Patrick Harding walked into... The Pitt track and field record book never knew what hit it when Patrick Harding walked into the Cost Center for Pitt

Women deserve reparations for continuing injustices

By ADDIE ABELSONStaff Writer

April 23, 2001


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The other day, I saw a kid in my class wearing a fraternity T-shirt. On the back, there... The other day, I saw a kid in my class wearing a fraternity T-shirt. On the back, there was a drawing of two hands shaking, and it read, "We're tighter than your younger sister."If that shirt had said, "We're tigh...

Outdoors Club, WPTS radio team up for Scottish Games

By CHARLOTTE TUCKERStaff Writer

April 23, 2001


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Some wore kilts. Others wore jeans and T-shirts. But everyone participating in Saturday Some wore kilts. Others wore jeans and T-shirts. But everyone participating in Saturday

A year of joys and troubles

By EDITORIAL

April 23, 2001


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Faced with the task of identifying the best and worst things that happened at the University... Faced with the task of identifying the best and worst things that happened at the University over the course of the school year, The Pitt News engaged in some Zen-style meditation and subsequently uncovere...

23-Apr-01

By Pitt News Staff

April 23, 2001


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Wednesday, April 18At 8:10 a.m., police received a report that there was no phone... Wednesday, April 18At 8:10 a.m., police received a report that there was no phone service in Clapp, Langley and Crawford halls.A representative from parking and transportation reported to police at 11:08 a.m. that a veh...

Williams adjusts to top billing on Pitt tennis squad

By MARIO MACHISports Editor

April 23, 2001


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Playing in the No. 1 singles position for the tennis team is like playing quarterback for... Playing in the No. 1 singles position for the tennis team is like playing quarterback for the football team or point guard for the basketball team. The position is one of leadership and top skill, and is usually ...

Putting the student in student-athlete

By MARIO MACHISports Editor

April 23, 2001


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In my three years of covering Pitt sports for this publication, I In my three years of covering Pitt sports for this publication, I

Former Pitt Police guard alleges discriminatory hiring practices

By BENJAMIN RUBIN ' DAVID HARTMANStaff Report

April 23, 2001


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A Pitt police guard who left the force Saturday alleges that the University discriminated... A Pitt police guard who left the force Saturday alleges that the University discriminated against him because of his gender and union involvement, and that it fired his brother and reprimanded his father because o...

Memorial service

By Pitt News Staff

April 23, 2001


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A memorial service will be held for Pitt student Jamie Penich at 2 p.m. Friday in Heinz... A memorial service will be held for Pitt student Jamie Penich at 2 p.m. Friday in Heinz Memorial Chapel. Penich was found dead in her South Korea hotel room in March. The 21-year-old junior was studying abroad a...

UPMC nutritionist enjoys ‘Today Show’ fame

By ERIC LIDJI Senior Staff Writer

April 23, 2001


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Once, when "The Today Show's" Matt Lauer had jet lag, Leslie Bonci donned a fruit-covered hat... Once, when "The Today Show's" Matt Lauer had jet lag, Leslie Bonci donned a fruit-covered hat to improve his mood.

Spring cleaning

By Pitt News Staff

April 23, 2001


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Tabb smokes the field at Duke Invitational

By SHAUN GRIFFIN

April 11, 2001


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DURHAM, N.C. DURHAM, N.C.

My only sunshine

By Pitt News Staff

April 9, 2001


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Penguins-Capitals series is no suprise

By JOEY MARCHILKENA

April 9, 2001


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The more things change, the more things stay the same. Let's go back to last year at this... The more things change, the more things stay the same. Let's go back to last year at this time. Mario Lemieux was the owner, Jaromir Jagr was the cornerstone of the franchise for the next decade, and the Pen...

Privacy Policy

By Pitt News Staff

April 2, 2001


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Your e-mail address is used to send you information that you requested. We never sell, rent,... Your e-mail address is used to send you information that you requested. We never sell, rent, or loan our e-mail lists to outside firms: No Spam. We may include paid advertisements in the e-mail in order to s...

The Random 21

By Cotton Coslett

March 30, 2001


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1. "Gladiator" as Best PictureStartling lack... 1. "Gladiator" as Best PictureStartling lack of heartbreaking love story or mind-blowing Kung Fu.2. Old Pitt insignia vs. new panther logoIs there any contest?3. Britney Spears' new Pepsi videoMusic video or prequel to bad acting career?4. "Wonder Boys"I...

Opinions cartoon

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March 29, 2001


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January 1, 2001


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January 1, 2001


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January 1, 2001


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