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No. 4 Pitt volleyball traveled to Johnson Arena in Morehead, Ky. for its final tune-up games at the Comfort Inn-vitational in preparation of their ACC opener against UNC on Friday. The undefeated Panthers dominated the event, sweeping Marshall and Morehead State and improving their spotless record to 10-0 on the season.

Panthers continue undefeated streak at Comfort Inn-vitational

By Richie Smiechowski, Staff Writer September 19, 2021
No. 4 Pitt volleyball made the trip southwest to Johnson Arena in Morehead, Ky. for its final tune-up games at the Comfort Inn-vitational. The Panthers went 2-0 and didn’t drop a set against Marshall and Morehead State.
The Pitt Panthers (2-1, 0-0 ACC) were defeated by the Western Michigan Broncos (2-1, 0-0 MAC) on Saturday afternoon in a 44-41 upset victory.

‘They are who we think they are’: WMU loss mars hopeful start for Pitt

By Stephen Thompson, Sports Editor September 19, 2021
Pitt’s defeat to Western Michigan this weekend was more than just their first notch in the loss column. The Panthers’ pride and momentum was wounded and to get back on track, their play needs drastic improvement.
The Senate Budget Policies Committee held its first meeting of the year via Zoom on Friday.

Senate committee discusses budget, Outlier at year’s first meeting

By Katie Cassidy, Staff Writer September 19, 2021
The University Senate’s Budget Policies Committee held its first meeting of the academic year via Zoom on Friday, where members discussed the University’s 2021-22 budget and a subcommittee report on Pitt’s partnership with Outlier.
“Montero” is the newest album by American rapper and singer-songwriter Lil Nas X.

Review | ‘MONTERO’ is a glorious come-to-form for Lil Nas X

By Diana Velasquez, Culture Editor September 19, 2021
Culture editor Diana Velasquez argues that Lil Nas X’s new album is not just a glorious come-to-form for the pop star, but a history-making album for LGBTQ+ artists in the music industry.
Students attend a concert at Stage AE to see alternative indie band Glass Animals.

Students return to in-person concerts despite pandemic uncertainty

By Darin Fields, For The Pitt News September 19, 2021
As concerts and other live performances have begun to return, one question lingers in the air — is the risk of exposure worth the experience? For Pitt students, there is a common feeling of cautious excitement about the return of concerts.
The Cathedral of Learning.

Editorial | It’s worth celebrating in-person classes

By The Pitt News Editorial Board September 19, 2021
These past 18 months have consisted of a lot of frustration and disappointment, but in a way, the return to in-person classes represents a reset.
No. 90 Deandre Jules of the Pitt Panthers faces Western Michigan players. The Panthers lost to the Western Michigan Broncos on Saturday afternoon.

Broncos stampede Panthers defense in 44-41 loss for Pitt

By Frankie Richetti, Staff Writer September 18, 2021
Pitt football was outcoached and outgunned by Western Michigan on Saturday afternoon. The Broncos capitalized on every key moment and took home an 44-41 upset win in the first game ever played between the two schools.
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.
Pitt Missed Connections is an Instagram account with the mission of putting students in contact with a person they wish they had spoken to. An anonymous Pitt student created the account after Pitt shut down due to the pandemic.

Editorial | Our eight favorite Pitt-related social media accounts

By The Pitt News Editorial Board September 17, 2021
From those who find beauty in trash, to animal lovers, to those looking to take back a fumbled interaction in a dorm elevator, there’s something for everyone on this list. 
No. 19 Pitt women’s soccer lost 2-0 against the Clemson Tigers Thursday night at Historic Riggs Field.

Pitt women’s soccer drops first ACC match 2-0 to Clemson Tigers

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer September 17, 2021
Pitt women’s soccer (7-2-0, 0-1-0 ACC) started a three-game road trip Thursday with a visit to Clemson (6-2-0, 1-0-0 ACC), where they fell to the Tigers 2-0. The match kicked off both the Panthers’ and the Tigers’ ACC schedules after they finished 7-1 and 5-2 in non-conference play respectively.
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