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Weekend Watchlist: Getting real

Weekend Watchlist: Getting real

By The Pitt News Staff

February 7, 2020

This weekend, it’s nothing but the truth.

Weekend Watchlist: Guilty Pleasures

Weekend Watchlist: Guilty Pleasures

By The Pitt News Staff

January 31, 2020

It’s time to live free of shame.

By the Book: Ross Gay’s “Book of Delights” and the ordinary joys of college life

By the Book: Ross Gay’s “Book of Delights” and the ordinary joys of college life

By Megan Williams, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

One day in late August this past semester, I considered skipping my Readings in Contemporary Nonfiction class.

Old News: Booze, the news and Alito

Old News: Booze, the news and Alito

By Emily Wolfe, Digital Manager

January 29, 2020

Here’s one of our stories of student press freedom past — the time The Pitt News took the Pennsylvania state government to court and won.

The Pitt Prescription: All about acne

The Pitt Prescription: All about acne

By Elizabeth Donnelly, Senior Staff Writer

January 27, 2020

Many acne "hacks" on social media" have tips that aren’t actually effective or could even be damaging to your skin.

College Compass: The journey to the GED

College Compass: The journey to the GED

By Ana Eberts, Staff Writer

January 24, 2020

For some time, I was ashamed to say that I did not graduate high school.

Weekend Watchlist: Mysteries

Weekend Watchlist: Mysteries

By The Pitt News Staff

January 24, 2020

Our list of streaming mystery picks for this weekend doesn’t include any Holmes, but it does include other giants of the genre, like Agatha Christie and Scooby-Doo.

Weekend Watchlist: Hidden gems

Weekend Watchlist: Hidden gems

By The Pitt News Staff

January 16, 2020

Sometimes streaming service algorithms are good. Other times, they bury the best content at the bottom of their catalogs.

Old News: Druidgate

Old News: Druidgate

By Emily Wolfe, Digital Manager

January 16, 2020

It might not be ancient history, but most current Pitt students won’t remember the last time the Druids really made headlines — in 2013, when two thirds of the year’s elected Student Government Board were revealed to be members of the secret society. 

The Pitt Prescription: Caring for dry skin and dandruff

The Pitt Prescription: Caring for dry skin and dandruff

By Elizabeth Donnelly, Senior Staff Writer

January 12, 2020

Every year, when the temperature starts to drop outside, I start to carry a travel-sized bottle of lotion with me wherever I go. As it gets colder and colder, it seems like my skin dries out no matter what I do, so having a constant supply of moisturizer is quite handy. The skin is the largest human organ — wit...

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