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Pitt professor Ally Bove reflects on ‘Jeopardy!’ appearance

By Julia DiPietro, Staff Writer
12:12 am

‘Jeopardy,’ the iconic American game show that highlights contestants’ skills and knowledge in trivia, featured a proud Panther last Wednesday when Ally Bove joined the stage to compete.

‘Learn by listening’: Pitt Symphony Orchestra takes stage for last fall show in Bellefield Hall

By Clare Sheedy, Assistant Visual Editor
December 10, 2021

Siri Harish unzipped her coat and uncased her violin in the Bellefield Hall auditorium on Wednesday night. A sophomore neuroscience major and violin player in Pitt’s Symphony Orchestra, Harish started...

PPC, Musical Theater Club bring slice of Broadway to campus

By Thomas Schmidt, For The Pitt News
December 9, 2021

The Pitt Musical Theater Club and Pitt Program Council worked together to host “Broadway Coffeehouse” in the William Pitt Union ballroom on Wednesday, for an evening with 13 acts of singing, hot chocolate, apple cider and good vibes.

Sophomore Yunge Xiao named winner of 91.3 WYEP’s singer-songwriter competition

By Jessica McKenzie, Senior Staff Writer
December 6, 2021

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.

Holiday concerts return to Heinz Chapel

By Ebonee Rice-Nguyen, For The Pitt News
December 2, 2021

The Heinz Chapel Choir, Men’s Glee Club and Women’s Choir started to return to their musical holiday concerts on Nov. 30, after a year of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They performed online last year over Zoom without audience members.

Pitt Symphony Orchestra returns to in-person concerts for the holidays

By Thomas Schmidt, For The Pitt News
November 18, 2021

The Pitt Symphony Orchestra has been performing digitally ever since the COVID-19 pandemic started, but they’re finally returning to in-person performances and practices.

Frick Museum’s ‘Victorian Radicals’ exhibit displays art from the UK

By Katelyn Kruszewski, For The Pitt News | November 11, 2021

Victorian Radicals debuted Nov. 6 at Pittsburgh’s Frick Art Museum and will be on display through Jan. 30, 2022. The exhibition features a series of artworks that have never been exhibited outside of Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Pittsburgh museums students should see before they graduate

By Katelyn Kruszewski, For The Pitt News | November 8, 2021

There are multiple museums in the Pittsburgh area that students, faculty and staff can enjoy for free with a valid Pitt ID.

Review | ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is nostalgia at its best

By Diana Velasquez, Culture Editor | January 9, 2022

Culture Editor, Diana Velasquez argues that “Spider-Man: No Way Home” offers a satisfying conclusion to Tom Holland’s run as Spider-Man, and offers redemption to past interactions of the character.

Staff Picks | Holiday Movies

By The Pitt News Staff | December 8, 2021

There’s no doubt that we’re all struggling waiting for the semester to end, but when you have a break why not watch a holiday movie? They’re fun, they’re romantic and sometimes they’re even scarier than the extended family you’ll have to see over break.

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