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Crowds withstand cold for Stronger Than Hate Concert featuring Kesha

By Prachi Patel, Senior Staff Writer
November 6, 2018

The outdoor Stronger Than Hate concert on Saturday night was put together by the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh, a nonprofit LGBTQ+ organization.

Review: Courtney Barnett brings second album to Stage AE

By Darren Campuzano, Staff Writer
October 22, 2018

Courtney Barnett is an indie rock artist from Australia — and she is rapidly rising into the rock scene. Barnett stopped at Stage AE on Friday.

Student musicians and vocalists celebrate homecoming week with Sounds of Pitt concert

By Victoria Pfefferle-Gillot, Staff Writer
October 3, 2018

Heinz Chapel hosted three different musical groups from Pitt Tuesday night, all ready to celebrate the festive homecoming week.

Brockhampton regroups in new album ‘iridescence’

By Maggie Medoff, Staff Writer
September 26, 2018

In the band’s fourth effort released on Sept 21, Brockhampton matures — openly addressing the hip-hop group's recent controversy.

Music majors look forward to harmonious futures

By Emma Maurice, Staff Writer
September 12, 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.

City of Asylum residents share readings and wisdom at WPU

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor | October 17, 2018

City of Asylum is known for providing a sanctuary for exiled writers. Two of those writers brought their wisdom to campus with a special appearance at WPU.

Black Cat Market teams up with local vintage collective for Halloween pop-up

By Maggie Medoff, Staff Writer | October 15, 2018

Black Cat Market — a cat cafe in Lawrenceville — hosted a pop-up Halloween shop selling vintage clothes in a collaboration with Three Pigs Vintage this past weekend.

‘Halloween’ returns to form 40 years later

By Apoorva Kethidi, For The Pitt News | October 31, 2018

“Halloween” is back. After 40 years and 10 poor sequels, the franchise finally hits a high note with the latest installation.

Remembering horror film icon Romero at Carnegie Lecture Hall

By Maggie Medoff, Staff Writer | October 22, 2018

George A. Romero is the filmmaker behind the classic film “Night of the Living Dead,” and he was remembered over the weekend with the event “Reflection on Romero.”

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