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Quarterback Kedon Slovis (9) passes the ball off to junior running back Israel Abanikanda (2) during Pitt footballs game against Rhode Island on Sept. 24.

Panthers finish regular season on a high note, dominate Hurricanes 42-16

By Brian Sherry, Senior Staff Writer November 26, 2022
Pitt football closed out its regular season with a dominating road win over the Miami Hurricanes. Senior wide receiver Jared Wayne stole the show, racking up 199 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
A crowd stands in solidarity with the people of Iran outside of the Cathedral of Learning on Oct. 24.

MENASA student leaders concerned after Pitt says they have no plans to release University-wide statement on Iran

By Betul Tuncer, Managing Editor November 19, 2022
MENASA expressed concern over Pitt’s delayed response to a letter demanding a statement on human rights issues in Iran. Pitt said they are working on providing application fee waivers to prospective students in Iran and mental health resources.
Experts, students talk seasonal depression: How to cope and resources available

Experts, students talk seasonal depression: How to cope and resources available

By Donata Massimiani, Senior Staff Writer November 18, 2022
As days grow shorter, temperatures grow colder and the sky becomes a sea of gray, finding motivation to complete schoolwork or get out of bed each morning can seem like a difficult task, especially for students like Daniel Dominick suffering from seasonal affective disorder.
Z-Library shutdown ends years of free, but illegal, college textbook access

Z-Library shutdown ends years of free, but illegal, college textbook access

By Alexandra Ross, Senior Staff Writer November 16, 2022
Students at universities across the world saved hundreds of dollars each semester on textbooks with Z-Library — until the FBI shut it down earlier this month.
Cars parked on a street in Oakland.

Faculty, students complain about decade-long parking waitlist, lack of available spots on campus

By Madilyn Cianci, Staff Writer November 16, 2022
Amid the closing of more University parking every year, permit applicants are waiting over 13 years for a spot.
The 300 block of Oakland Avenue.

Experts advise students on off-campus living, housing contracts and lease responsibilities

By Alex Saraff, Staff Writer November 15, 2022
Experts from Pennsylvania weigh in on what students should know before signing a lease with a landlord. Experts say tenants should be aware of their rights and responsibilities if they want to avoid being taken advantage of.
Two children dance during Sunday’s Polish Festival in the Cathedral of Learning.

PolishFest 2022 spreads cultural knowledge and awareness on campus

By Gabriella Garvin, Staff Writer November 14, 2022
Upon entering the Cathedral of Learning Commons Room on Sunday, a rich aroma of fried dough and pierogies, as well as the sounds of Lithuanian and Polish folk music, greeted around 150 visitors.
Pittsburgh quarterback Kedon Slovis (9) passes against Virginia during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday, Nov.. 12, 2022.

Panthers torch Virginia 37-7 following two game starting pick sixes

By Brian Sherry, Senior Staff Writer November 12, 2022
The Panthers hit the road and took down Virginia 37-7 on Saturday.
From left, Dan Fisher, Army vet; Bart Womack, Pitt faculty and Army vet; and Shawn Ellies, Pitt staff and Army vet, at Wednesday’s Veterans Affinity group luncheon in the University Club.

‘Every step of the way’: Office of Veteran Services helps veteran students transition into civilian life

By James Paul, Staff Writer November 11, 2022
The office of veteran services is located in Posvar Hall and, according to Tim Wood, veteran and outreach coordinator, connects Pitts's more than 500 veteran students to financial resources, mental health counseling and other university services.
The lead singer of Kicked in the Head by a Horse performs at The Deli on Friday night in Oakland.

The Deli showcases Pittsburgh’s DIY band scene

By Elle Kenney, Staff Writer November 10, 2022
The Deli is owned by four Pitt students and every month they host two to four shows for local and touring bands. Admission is $5 and information about upcoming shows can be found on their Instagram.
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