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Pitt students paint the town

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor
12:50 am

Members of Pitt’s Student Alumni Association and Blue and Gold Society painted their school’s colors on the windows of Fifth Avenue businesses to celebrate the upcoming homecoming week.

Music majors look forward to harmonious futures

By Emma Maurice, Staff Writer
September 13, 2018

Oftentimes, the only way most students can balance employment and pursue their love of music is to double majors. At Pitt, study related areas with music.

Mac Miller: More than a musician

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor
September 11, 2018

After the shocking death of the Pittsburgh-native rap artist, members of the community speak of the icon with words of love and admiration.

Pittsburgh-native rapper Mac Miller dead at 26

By The Pitt News Staff
September 7, 2018

The rapper died of an apparent drug overdose, according to a report from TMZ. He was 26 years old and about to go on tour.

Troye Sivan ‘Blooms’ with release of second studio album

By Shahum Ajmal, Contributing Editor
September 6, 2018

Troye Sivan excites critics and his massive fan base with his new album titled "Bloom."

Pitt Program Council gets pumped up for Fall Fest

By Elizabeth Donnelly, Staff Writer
September 6, 2018

After the Pitt Program Council put on a hit show last fall featuring iconic rappers Desiigner and Amine, PPC staff and students look forward to another fun Fall Fest.

Pittsburgh Fashion Week hosts panel

By Charlie Garcia-Weger, Staff Writer | September 20, 2018

The Pittsburgh fashion community crafted its own version Wednesday night with a discussion of fashion's future — including the integration of technology.

Pittsburgh preps for festivals, frights, food and more this fall

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor | September 18, 2018

From campus to Kennywood, there is something for students to enjoy this fall— even if they can only make it out of the library once this spooky season.

‘The Nun’ offers a whole bunch of nun-thing

By Apoorva Kethidi, For The Pitt News | September 11, 2018

As Halloween approaches, fans of the horror genre are gearing up for the their favorite time of the year. However, the latest addition to one of the most popular horror franchises might be a let-down.

‘Christopher Robin’ is unoriginal but uplifting

By Shahum Ajmal, Contributing Editor | August 20, 2018

The drama-fantasy is a somewhat slow and cliche, yet heartwarming and beautiful continuation of A.A. Milne’s stories.

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