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Of Sound Mind | Low’s “Hey What”

Of Sound Mind | Low’s “Hey What”

Of Sound Mind is a biweekly blog about new albums, old albums, forgotten albums, overrated albums and any other type of listening experience from senior staff writer Lucas DiBlasi.
By Lucas DiBlasi, Senior Staff Writer September 19, 2021
In this week’s Of Sound Mind, senior staff writer Lucas DiBlasi discusses the distorted, meditative sound of “Hey What,” the new album from the band Low.
Ellyana Gomez helps readers get into the football spirit with buffalo chicken dip.

Dorm-life Dining | 10 Minute Buffalo Chicken Dip

Dorm-life Dining is a biweekly blog where Ellyana Gomez offers up her recipes for high-quality dining in dorm-life conditions.
By Ellyana Gomez, For The Pitt News September 17, 2021
In this week’s edition of Dorm Life Dining, Ellyana Gomez helps readers get into the football spirit with buffalo chicken dip.
The Queer Corner | Labels: Your life’s story in just one word

The Queer Corner | Labels: Your life’s story in just one word

The Queer Corner is a biweekly blog exploring LGBTQ+ community and culture.
By Rachel Bachy, Staff Writer September 17, 2021
In this edition of The Queer Corner, staff writer Rachel Bachy talks labels and their complicated relationship to sexuality.
Weekend Watchlist | Anime

Weekend Watchlist | Anime

By The Pitt News Staff September 17, 2021
Anime has grown more popular in the West, so for this week’s Weekend Watchlist, The Pitt News staff recommends a handful of anime movies and shows you might enjoy.
Offbeat | Emma Chamberlain’s “Anything Goes” revolutionizes podcasts

Offbeat | Emma Chamberlain’s “Anything Goes” revolutionizes podcasts

Offbeat is a bi-weekly blog offering new and meaningful takes on all things media — podcasts, Instagram posts and everything in between.
By Jillian Rowan, For The Pitt News September 13, 2021
In this week’s installment of Offbeat, Jillian Rowan discusses “Anything Goes,” a podcast by Emma Chamberlain that talks about the struggles of everyday life.
Super Specific | Shang-Chi and Disney’s journey with Chinese dragons

Super Specific | Shang-Chi and Disney’s journey with Chinese dragons

Super Specific is a bi-weekly blog about superheroes in pop culture.
By Diana Velasquez, Contributing Editor September 13, 2021
In her new blog Super Specific, contributing editor Diana Velasquez talks about some of the cultural influences in the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”
Kickin’ The Bucket | Sex and gender in the bones

Kickin’ The Bucket | Sex and gender in the bones

Kickin’ The Bucket is a bi-weekly blog about death, dead things and the people who work with them.
By Millicent Watt, Contributing Editor September 9, 2021
In this edition of Kickin’ The Bucket, contributing editor Millicent Watt talks about what we assume about the gender identity of bones.
Fresh Perspective | Second-year, first-year experiences

Fresh Perspective | Second-year, first-year experiences

Fresh Perspective is a biweekly blog about typical college experiences made strange by the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Julia Smeltzer, Staff Writer September 9, 2021
In the first Fresh Perspective of the fall semester, staff writer Julia Smeltzer talks about getting first-year experiences as a sophomore.
Weekend Watchlist | Short and sweet shows

Weekend Watchlist | Short and sweet shows

By The Pitt News Staff September 9, 2021
There’s something nice about a show that doesn’t take its time, one that gives you a story you can enjoy within a weekend. The Pitt News Staff has a couple of recommendations this week for shows that are exactly that.
The Pitt Prescription

The Pitt Prescription | Exploring vaccine hesitancy and COVID-19 booster shots

The Pitt Prescription is a biweekly blog where student pharmacist and senior staff writer Elizabeth Donnelly provides tips on how to stay healthy in college. This edition was reviewed by Karen Pater, PharmD., CDCES, BCACP.
By Elizabeth Donnelly, Senior Staff Writer September 3, 2021
In this week’s edition of The Pitt Prescription, Elizabeth Donnelly looks at vaccine hesitancy in the US and how it relates to discussions about COVID booster shots.
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