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Details on the Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty.

‘Owning our existence while we’re here’: Kelly-Strayhorn Theater keeps performance alive in a changing East Liberty

By Patrick Swain, Senior Staff Writer October 11, 2022
Regent Theater charmed Pittsburghers strolling along Penn Avenue in East Liberty a century ago. The building is now the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater, and the community around it looks nearly unrecognizable.
A graphic from the Racial Equity Consciousness Institute about racial equity.

Pitt’s Racial Equity Consciousness Institute works toward combating racism

By Gabriella Garvin, Staff Writer October 11, 2022
The Racial Equity Consciousness Institute engages learners through a series of cohorts designed to challenge and explore implicit bias. The cohorts are designed to embrace racial diversity, build racial empathy and acknowledge racial trauma.
Students wait outside of a food truck near Sutherland Drive and Terrace Street Monday afternoon.

Local food trucks celebrate Latinx, Hispanic Heritage Month on campus

By Anoushka Parnerkar, Staff Writer October 10, 2022
Students gathered outside the School of Dental Medicine to celebrate Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month in an event hosted by Pitt’s Office of Health Science Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Attendees at the Neighborhood Flea in the Strip District on Sunday.

Neighborhood Flea brings Pittsburgh together to support small businesses

By Serena Garcia, Staff Writer October 9, 2022
Crowds of antique collectors, vintage enthusiasts and those looking to find one-of-kind pieces traveled to the Strip District Sunday for the Neighborhood Flea’s final flea market of the season.
Cast members of Idaspe.

Quantum Theatre, Chatham Baroque reinvent forgotten opera 300 years later

By Toni Jackson, Staff Writer October 9, 2022
In its first full production since it premiered in 1730, Pittsburgh’s Quantum Theatre and Chatham Baroque present “Idaspe,” an 18th century opera written by Riccardo Broschi and directed by Claire van Kampen. The show runs on select dates through Oct. 15 at the Byham Theater.
Pitt students enjoy Hindu traditions, dancing at Garba night

Pitt students enjoy Hindu traditions, dancing at Garba night

By Romita Das, Senior Staff Photographer October 9, 2022
Dancing, music and Hindu traditions were the focal point of Saturday’s Garba celebration as hundreds of Pitt students gathered to honor a celebrated part of Indian culture.
The archives and special collections exhibit on the third floor of Hillman Library.

Inside Hillman Library’s recent collections and exhibitions

By Aoqin Yan, Staff Writer October 7, 2022
The digital wall, an exhibit on the third floor of Hillman Library, displays a gallery of artwork and research on print media from students and faculties at Pitt. It’s just one of the many elements within the library’s collections, which range from digital to physical material.
The Center for Creativity’s new space for Pitt students, The Understory, in room B50 of the Cathedral of Learning.

The Understory fosters creative space for student performance

By Katelyn Kruszewski, Staff Writer October 6, 2022
The Understory, the Center for Creativity’s newest space, is open to all Pitt students, staff and faculty looking to express themselves through performance. Located in B50 in the Cathedral of Learning, the space has music practice rooms, a stage, podcast equipment and sewing materials.
Primanti Bros in Oakland.

Five sports bars where students can watch the homecoming game

By Serena Garcia, Staff Writer October 5, 2022
If you’re opting to avoid the crowds at Acrisure Stadium, here are five sports bars where you can watch the homecoming game.
Tom Cruise plays Pete “Maverick” Mitchell in “Top Gun: Maverick.”

In case you missed it: Five summer films worth your time

By Jacob Mraz, Staff Writer October 5, 2022
Another summer gone, another string of movies you forgot to see 一 here are a few worth the rewind.
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