The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Opinion | Good eats in Oakland

Opinion | Good eats in Oakland

By Jessica Snyder, Senior Staff Columnist August 11, 2022
rom Pitt’s cult classic Oakland joints to any number of the conveniently accessible places on Forbes, these are restaurants that you, Pitt students, should know about.
Opinion | First-year girls should be wary of the ‘Red Zone’

Opinion | First-year girls should be wary of the ‘Red Zone’

By Ebonee Rice-Nguyen, Staff Columnist August 10, 2022
Labeling Pitt as a non-Greek life school makes first-year students especially vulnerable to sexual assault.
Opinion | It’s okay to spend time alone in college

Opinion | It’s okay to spend time alone in college

By Rachel Soloff, Opinions Editor August 9, 2022
Spending time alone in college — and in life — has helped me figure myself out. As someone who grew up as an only child, I have always been independent, but college really solidified the need for it.
Opinion | A review of Pitt transportation methods

Opinion | A review of Pitt transportation methods

By Talia Spillerman, Staff Columnist August 6, 2022
As someone who grew up in a town where public transportation was not very prevalent and has now used much transportation during my two years at Pitt, here is my take on transportation at Pitt.
Opinion | How to take care of your body in college

Opinion | How to take care of your body in college

By Paige Wasserman, Staff Columnist August 3, 2022
The hardest part of college is learning how to take care of yourself, here are some tips.
Opinion | Every Swiftie knows all too well the pain of loving ‘Better Than Revenge’

Opinion | Every Swiftie knows all too well the pain of loving ‘Better Than Revenge’

By Anna Ehlers, Contributing Editor July 20, 2022
“Better Than Revenge” is one of Taylor Swift’s best songs, but wouldn’t it be lovely to just listen to the song without feeling like you’re sacrificing your feminist ideals? 
Opinion | It’s okay to hate your birth control options — even right now

Opinion | It’s okay to hate your birth control options — even right now

By Jessica Snyder, Senior Staff Columnist July 18, 2022
I don’t think there are enough desirable options for people with uteruses, and even less feasible options for those without one. 
Protesters gather outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, June 24 after the Supreme Court revoked the federal right to an abortion.

Opinion | The Supreme Court isn’t done striking down democracy

By Ebonee Rice-Nguyen, Senior Staff Columnist July 13, 2022
Moore v. Harper holds the potential to backslide the entire democratic process the United States was founded on.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Main in Oakland.

Opinion | Support your local libraries

By Rachel Soloff, Opinions Editor July 7, 2022
More people should support our local libraries for all of the services they provide the community.
Opinion | What a post-Roe America demands of us

Opinion | What a post-Roe America demands of us

By India Krug, Senior Staff Columnist June 28, 2022
In post-Roe America, we must commit to building a reproductive justice movement that serves people of all backgrounds and generations.
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