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Running a town in quarantine: ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’

By Diana Velasquez, Senior Staff Writer
March 25, 2020

Ashley Martin is spending the next few weeks fishing, collecting bugs and doing chores for her neighbors. But Martin’s not even stepping outside.

Pitt Program Council announces Rico Nasty, Young M.A as Bigelow Bash headliners

By Delilah Bourque, Culture Editor
February 28, 2020

Pitt Program Council announced the 2020 Bigelow Bash spring concert will feature rappers Rico Nasty and Young M.A as the headlining performers. 

The Pitt News’ sex playlist

By The Pitt News Staff
February 13, 2020

Here’s our eclectic picks for the 69 best songs to bone to.

Pitt professor Nicole Mitchell awarded $50,000 fellowship

By Delilah Bourque, Culture Editor
January 23, 2020

Nicole Mitchell, chair of Pitt’s jazz studies program, was awarded a $50,000 USA Fellowship from United States Artists

Mac Miller’s legacy lives on with ‘Circles’

By Sarah Connor, Contributing Editor
January 21, 2020

The opening lyrics to Pittsburgh native Mac Miller’s posthumous album “Circles” left me feeling eerie and somber.

January 20, 2020

Over the weekend, hundreds of fans came to a pop-up in the North Side to celebrate the release of Mac Miller's posthumous album, 'Circles'. See what some had to say about how his music impacted their lives.

Pop into the newest place on campus for student art at the Pop Art Den

By Delilah Bourque and Beatrice McDermott, The Pitt News Staff | March 5, 2020

Pop into the University Store and you’ll see Pitt’s newly established Pop Art Den — a pop-up shop that sells more than just pop art.

Pittsburgh artists reflect on femininity and female bodies in two new exhibits

By Nadiya Greaser, For The Pitt News | February 18, 2020

The oil paintings were part of an exhibit on Mary Ethel McAuley, a Pittsburgh journalist and artist, and the quilted skirt was part of an accompanying exhibit called Three Artists (Three Women). The exhibits will be on display in the University Art Gallery until March 28.

Review | “Lost Girls” demands to be seen

By Charlie Taylor, Senior Staff Writer | March 17, 2020

Now streaming on Netflix, the new film “Lost Girls” from director Liz Garbus asks us to reconsider our preconceived ideas of these women and their work.

“Emma” is a joyous, low-stakes escape into the past

By Simon Sweeney, Staff Writer | February 27, 2020

“Emma” delivers a slate full of great performances, a witty script, top-tier design and cinematography to give you a wildly entertaining two hours of fancy dress and snippy Brits.

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