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The Pitt News

Fresh Perspective | Reflecting on the fall semester and what is next

Fresh Perspective | Reflecting on the fall semester and what is next

By Julia Smeltzer, Senior Staff Writer December 8, 2022
Julia Smeltzer, Senior Staff Writer Socials: In this edition of Fresh Perspective, Senior Staff Writer Julia Smeltzer looks back on the fall semester.
Offbeat | The Season of Hobbies: New Pastimes I’m Picking Up from the Internet

Offbeat | The Season of Hobbies: New Pastimes I’m Picking Up from the Internet

By Jillian Rowan, Staff Writer December 4, 2022
In this week’s installment of Offbeat, staff writer Jillian Rowan provides readers with fun new hobbies to try.
Sports Podcast | Looking forward to the postseason

Sports Podcast | Looking forward to the postseason

By Sinead McDevitt, Brian Sherry, and Jermaine Sykes December 2, 2022
Staff writers Brian Sherry and Jermaine Sykes discuss what the end of the season might hold for Pitt’s various fall sports teams.
Weekend Watchlist | Musicals

Weekend Watchlist | Musicals

By The Pitt News Staff December 2, 2022
There’s nothing like a good musical to pick you up during the last few weeks of class, whether you’re watching one or listening to one while you study. Here are some of our favorite musicals to check out this weekend.
Campus Life | Finals De-stressing

Campus Life | Finals De-stressing

By Shriya Yadamreddi, Staff Writer December 2, 2022
This week on Campus Life, Shriya Yadamreddi talks about a few things to do to de-stress from finals.
Level Up! | Hardcore working environments aren’t healthy

Level Up! | Hardcore working environments aren’t healthy

By Sinéad McDevitt, Digital Manager December 1, 2022
In this edition of Level Up, Digital Manager Sinead McDevitt argues that whether it’s developing games, working for a website or studying for finals, pushing people to their breaking point means lower quality work.
The Sound of the Cinema | Constructing atmosphere with timbre and instrumentation

The Sound of the Cinema | Constructing atmosphere with timbre and instrumentation

By Alec Cassidy, Staff Writer November 27, 2022
In the fifth edition of The Sound of the Cinema, Alec Cassidy discusses the importance of timbre and instrumentation in contemporary film and television.
A lesson in social media longevity, from the fandom perspective

A lesson in social media longevity, from the fandom perspective

By Diana Velasquez, Senior Staff Writer November 27, 2022
In this edition of Fandom-esque Diana Velasquez talks about fandom history and what happens when a social media site stops being viable.
Opinions Roundtable | 2022 Midterm Elections

Opinions Roundtable | 2022 Midterm Elections

Opinions Editor Rachel Soloff sits with columnists Emily O’Neil, Kelly Xiong and Sofia Uriagereka-Herburger to talk about the 2022 Midterm elections, the push to get Gen Z to vote and what they’d like to see from candidates going forward
Weekend Watchlist | Shows to binge over break

Weekend Watchlist | Shows to binge over break

By The Pitt News Staff November 17, 2022
Thanksgiving break is almost here, allowing us a blissful weeklong respite from the crushing weight of classes. To fill the time, here are some shows you can binge!
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