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Opinion | Mainstream pop is ruining great songs

Opinion | Mainstream pop is ruining great songs

By Sarah Liez, For The Pitt News September 19, 2021
Music today has been warped by the industry to make it more attractive to the most people possible.
Charli and Dixie D'Amelio arrive at iHeartRadio's Z100 Jingle Ball 2019 Presented By Capital One on December 13, 2019 in New York City.

Opinion | The D’Amelios’ fame is built around appearing ordinary

By Talia Spillerman, For The Pitt News September 19, 2021
The reality of both the American dream and TikTok fame is that they are a facade.
Opinion | Individuals with borderline personality disorder are not who you might think

Opinion | Individuals with borderline personality disorder are not who you might think

By Breanna Jones, For The Pitt News September 17, 2021
Many believe that the term “borderline” refers to split personalities or a line between insanity and sanity, which is extremely false.
Opinion | The fashion industry hates fat people and the lower class more than it loves money

Opinion | The fashion industry hates fat people and the lower class more than it loves money

By Grace DeLallo, For The Pitt News September 17, 2021
Inclusive sizing and affordable pricing would improve clothing brands' reach and, most likely, their profits. Yet, for most brands, these seem secondary to deep-seated disdain for fat people and the poor.  
Opinion | ‘Stalking for love’ needs to stop

Opinion | ‘Stalking for love’ needs to stop

By Sarah Liez, For The Pitt News September 17, 2021
Mainstream media often frames a man’s obsessive, coercive or stalker-like behavior as an expression of his love and devotion.
Opinion | Why women should say b—ch more

Opinion | Why women should say b—ch more

By Anna Fischer, For The Pitt News September 15, 2021
Those that linguistic sexism targets must have reclamation.
Kanye West performs at The Museum of Modern Art's 2011 Party in the Garden benefit.

Opinion | You’re saved, ‘Donda’ is not a satanic ritual

By Jessica Snyder, For The Pitt News September 14, 2021
West’s listening party for “Donda” wasn’t anything close to a satanic ritual, but an abstract work of performance art that popular culture sensationalized because of his status and reputation.
Opinion | We need to adapt to an already changed climate

Opinion | We need to adapt to an already changed climate

By Talia Spillerman, For The Pitt News September 14, 2021
Many people in our society, who are already at a societal disadvantage or live in an area prone to natural disasters, are already feeling the implications of global warming.
Opinion | How to use the news to solve problems

Opinion | How to use the news to solve problems

By Lucas DiBlasi, Senior Staff Columnist September 14, 2021
An emphasis on less breaking news and more thorough, nuanced journalism will reduce stress and allow us to take more efficient steps to address some of the world’s biggest problems.
Students walk on a spring 2020 day through the Cathedral of Learning to classes.

Opinion | In-person classes should be Pitt’s top priority

By Ben Mankowski, For The Pitt News September 10, 2021
If Pitt returned to online classes, once again citing breakthrough cases as a concern, there would be little to no solid reasoning for doing so, unless the virus mutates in a very dangerous way.
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