The Pitt News

Pittsburgh Women’s March is “Stronger Than Hate”

By Stefan Bordieanu and Neena Hagen
January 19, 2019

The third annual Pittsburgh Women’s March on Saturday drew a smaller crowd than last year, but thousands of marchers still showed up to advocate for a message of "building bridges."

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
January 18, 2019

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
January 16, 2019

Black student organizations celebrate 50 years of pride, progress

By Neena Hagen, Staff Writer
January 16, 2019

During the height of the Civil Rights movement, in 1969, 40 members from Pitt’s newly minted Black Action Society shut themselves inside a Cathedral of Learning computer lab for seven hours to protest racial injustices on campus.

Racial slurs found on car roofs in South Oakland

By Brian Gentry, Assistant News Editor
January 16, 2019

Racial slurs were found written in snow on car hoods in South Oakland Sunday night.

Hadar Galron spins comedy from Orthodox roots

By Maggie Young, Staff Writer
January 15, 2019

It was when Galron heard a rabbi joking on the radio about the traditions of Orthodox Judaism that she realized she could funnel her upbringing into comedy.

SGB beefs up workout facilities
SGB looks ahead to elections, empowerment
SGB pushes stricter laws on firearm sales

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