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Editorial | We support the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette strike

Editorial | We support the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette strike

By The Pitt News Editorial Board October 23, 2022
The owners of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette need to support their employees by giving them fair pay and health care.
Opinion | How vegetarianism changed my life

Opinion | How vegetarianism changed my life

By Anna Fischer, Senior Staff Columnist October 23, 2022
A personal journey with vegetarianism, those who are interested or considering becoming a vegetarian should try it.
A memorial in Montréal for the victims of Orlando’s Pulse nightclub shooting in 2016.

Opinion | The groomer moral panic has fatal consequences

By Grant Van Robays, Staff Columnist October 23, 2022
The recent terror attack in Slovakia illustrates the deadly consequences of hateful rhetoric against the LGBTQ+ community.
Opinion | There is a connection between abortion access and eugenics

Opinion | There is a connection between abortion access and eugenics

By Livia LaMarca, Senior Staff Columnist October 20, 2022
While one takes the right to have children away and the other forces people to have children, eugenics and abortion access are more connected than it seems.
Opinion | Actually, the Percy Jackson show shouldn’t be completely accurate to the books

Opinion | Actually, the Percy Jackson show shouldn’t be completely accurate to the books

By Anna Ehlers, Contributing Editor October 20, 2022
Disney’s upcoming adaptation of the Percy Jackson series needs to reevaluate its portrayal of female characters.
Children look through car windows as they and other refugees from the Kharkiv region of Ukraine arrive at a temporary camp in Belgorod, Russia.

Editorial | The conflict in Ukraine will create lasting problems for Europe’s economy

By The Pitt News Editorial Board October 20, 2022
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine will make already difficult issues in Europe get much worse and last longer, particularly for Europe’s economy.
Opinion | Simple hacks to elevate meals will improve your relationship with food

Opinion | Simple hacks to elevate meals will improve your relationship with food

By Grace DeLallo, Assitant Opinions Editor October 19, 2022
Life is too short to eat bad food. Learning to cook can be intimidating, but don’t attempt to replicate what professionals are demonstrating. Find a cooking style, as chaotic as it may be, that enables you to feed yourself with food that feels good.  
Satire | Egomania at the restaurant: How to assert your authority when out to eat

Satire | Egomania at the restaurant: How to assert your authority when out to eat

By Thomas Riley, Staff Columnist October 18, 2022
Here's the way to properly dominate a restaurant setting by expertly manipulating the waitstaff and the people you’re eating with.
Satire | A diary entry from a fork in Towers

Satire | A diary entry from a fork in Towers

By Talia Spillerman, Senior Staff Writer October 17, 2022
This is a satirical piece — no forks were harmed in the making of this article.
Roots Natural Kitchen on Forbes Avenue.

Opinion | A gym girl’s guide to healthy eating

By Kelly Xiong, For The Pitt News October 17, 2022
Whether you’re cutting, bulking or maintaining, what you eat matters a lot. Here are some go-to dining spots around campus that can help you hit your goals.
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