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Redshirt senior defensive back Erick Hallett II (31) stands on the field surrounded by pigeons during Pitt footballs game against Duke Saturday afternoon at Acrisure Stadium.

Pitt endures late push from Blue Devils, defeats Duke 28-26 on Senior Day

By Frankie Richetti, Senior Staff Writer November 19, 2022
The Panthers welcomed the Duke Blue Devils for Senior Day on Saturday afternoon. Pitt gave its seniors a reason to celebrate, taking down the Blue Devils 28-26. Junior running back Israel Abanikanda finished the game with 117 yards rushing.
Dylan Mitchell, a sophomore law, criminal justice and society and politics and philosophy major.

20-year old Pitt student owns and runs Vocelli Pizza in Hampton Township

By Elle Kenney, Staff Writer November 18, 2022
Dylan Mitchell works 40-60 hours at Vocelli Pizza while also working on two majors, getting his realtor licenses and being president-elect of Pitt’s College Republican club.
Demonstrators stand outside of the U.S. Supreme Court, as the court hears arguments over the Indian Child Welfare Act last Wednesday in Washington.

Editorial | The Indian Child Welfare Act is necessary

By The Pitt News Editorial Board November 17, 2022
ICWA cannot be overturned for the well-being of Indigenous communities and for the integrity of the United States and its faltering democratic institutions.
Opinion | Fast fashion is hard to avoid, but not impossible

Opinion | Fast fashion is hard to avoid, but not impossible

By Kelly Xiong , Staff Columnist November 17, 2022
Before we go on to buy the next hot item, we should start asking ourselves, “Do I even really like this? Or do I just want to fit in and be part of the trend?” When consumers are more conscious about where they’re buying their clothes from, they play a big part in reducing the environmental harm caused by fast fashion.
Fresh Perspective | What I’m thankful for

Fresh Perspective | What I’m thankful for

By Julia Smeltzer, Senior Staff Writer November 17, 2022
In this edition of Fresh Perspective, Senior Staff Writer Julia Smeltzer writes about what she’s thankful for.
Pittsburghs Blake Hinson (2) drives past Michigans Terrance Williams II (5) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the Legend Classic on Wednesday in New York.

Michigan pummels Panthers in Legends Classic

By Jermaine Sykes, Staff Writer November 17, 2022
The Panthers traveled to the Barclays Center in New York to compete in the Legends Classic on Wednesday night. Despite a close game to start, the Wolverines laid it on the Panthers in the second half, winning 91-60.
Kitchen chairs and a table.

Bored with your home? Explore creative furniture possibilities

By Tanya Babbar, Staff Writer November 16, 2022
Having fun with your living space on campus can refresh your mood. Here are some new uses for furniture you already have.
One of Patty Irrgangs cooking classes in her home in Murrysville.

‘Food connects people’: Pitt alumna to publish tailgate cookbook

By Serena Garcia, Senior Staff Writer November 16, 2022
Patty Irrgang, a Pitt graduate, plans to bring her first cookbook, “All About Tailgating!” to the University Store on Fifth by the first week of December.
Quarterback Kedon Slovis (9) passes the ball off to junior running back Israel Abanikanda (2) during Pitt footballs game against Rhode Island on Sept. 24.

Preview | Pitt football prepares to take on Duke in battle of potent rushing games

By Frankie Richetti, Senior Staff Writer November 16, 2022
Pitt plays its final home game of the season this Saturday at noon against Duke. Senior Staff Writer Frankie Richetti breaks down what to watch for this weekend including the potent rushing attacks, the turnover battle and more.
Sergeant David Nanz and his assigned K-9 dog, Sammy.

‘It’s the best partner that I could ever ask for’: K-9 officers talk about their dogs

By Madison Dean, Staff Writer November 16, 2022
Every Monday through Friday, Sergeant David Nanz wakes up and arrives to work by 6:30 in the morning with his partner Sammy — his trusted K-9 pal. Sammy is Sergeant Nanz’s assigned K-9 dog.
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