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The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Gussy’s Bagels & Deli on Fifth Avenue.

Staff Picks | Pittsburgh’s best breakfast spots

By The Pitt News Staff March 23, 2022
Pittsburgh, luckily, has plenty of breakfast spots and lovely coffee shops that students can visit to get their breakfast fix. We have plenty of suggestions, for whatever kind of day you’re having.
Pitt alum Cole Arthur Riley discusses spirituality, love in debut book

Pitt alum Cole Arthur Riley discusses spirituality, love in debut book

By Jamie Sheppard, For The Pitt News March 23, 2022
In her new book, “This Here Flesh: Spirituality, Liberation and the Stories that Make Us,” Cole Arthur Riley attempted to address, yet not answer, questions about grief, love and rage.
The outside of 5801 Video Lounge & Bar in Shadyside.

5801 Video Lounge & Bar offers safe space for LGBTQ+ community, allies

By Maria Scanga, Senior Staff Writer March 22, 2022
5801 features three bars in its building — one immediately upon entering, one after following a rainbow carpet upstairs and then another opposite their outdoor patio seating area.
Posvar Hall.

Brazilian poets Ananda Lima, Elizandra Souza share stories of identity, gender and culture

By Lynnette Tibbott, For The Pitt News March 22, 2022
ADDverse+Poesia and the Luso-Brazilian Student Association hosted an event titled “Women’s Voices in Brazilian Poetry” on Friday at the Global Hub in Posvar Hall.
Student indie pop band Quiet Hours pose for a picture in South Oakland.

Student indie pop band Quiet Hours named ‘Best Band’

By Grace Hemcher, Staff Writer March 22, 2022
If you're part of the underground music scene on campus, you may have heard of Quiet Hours, a six-member indie pop band that performs weekly shows at music venues around Oakland and the greater Pittsburgh area.
Audrika Khondaker, left, warns Avi Patel to not smear cake on her face at PSA’s annual Mock Shaadi in the William Pitt Union ballroom on Saturday.

PSA’s annual Mock Shaadi helps cultivate Desi community

By Shreya Singh, For The Pitt News March 20, 2022
Pitt’s Pakistani and South Asian student associations collaborated to put together PSA’s annual Mock Shaadi event last Saturday.
The Global Hub in Posvar hosted a St. Patrick’s Day Pop-Up Gaeltact on Thursday.

Irish Club celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with pop-up Gaeltacht at Global Hub

By Patrick Swain, Staff Writer March 17, 2022
The mellow music of the cranberries echoed through Posvar Hall two days before St. Patrick’s Day as the Irish Club transformed the Global Hub into a little piece of the Gaeltacht — the Irish-speaking regions of Ireland — on American soil.
Students flee to warmer climates for spring break

Students flee to warmer climates for spring break

By Maria Scanga, Senior Staff Writer March 15, 2022
As COVID-19 cases continue to steadily decline in the U.S., spring break trips were safer this year. Capped off with nine inches of snowfall in the Pittsburgh area, students returned from heat and humidity to bitter cold and snowy streets.
A patron visits the “Working Thought” exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Art on Monday.

CMOA ‘Working Thought’ exhibit creates conversation about economic disparity, labor

By Ananya Pathapadu, Staff Writer March 15, 2022
The work of 35 contemporary artists is featured in the new “Working Thought” exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Art, which is open until June 26. The exhibit highlights art that explores how economic disparity and labor have shaped American life past and present.
Poster for “The Batman.”

Review | ‘The Batman’ is the best take on the character yet

By Mera D'Aquila, Staff Writer March 14, 2022
Staff writer Mera D’Aquila argues that “The Batman” is the best iteration of the iconic comic book character to take the screen, with fantastic characterization and stunning cinematography.
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