The Pitt News

November 8, 2016

Pitt first-year Ryan Rice voted for Trump at an on-campus polling place. "I looked at both of the candidates and I didn't like either," Rice said. "But I felt like the policies that Trump has would better help the country than what Hillary plans on doing."...

November 8, 2016

Hudson Carter, a sophomore microbiology major, said he voted for Clinton today. "Between [Clinton] and Trump, I feel like her policies are better. Trump doesn't have a policy plan per-say," Carter said. "Maybe he can figure it out, but that's kind of a wildcard."...

By Janine Faust / Staff Writer

November 8, 2016

Nathan Harris, a sophomore computer science major, voted in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall. "I think I saw all the other elections through rose-colored glasses when I was younger. Now that I'm old enough to vote, I see that it can get pretty hostile, and that's not what America should be ...

November 8, 2016

Students lobby outside Soldiers & Sailors @ThePittNews #oaklandvotes pic.twitter.com/FhCZcGaxT0— Jaime Viens (@jaime_viens) November 8, 2016 ...

Pitt swimming and diving trounced by Notre Dame and Virginia Tech

Pitt swimming and diving trounced by Notre Dame and Virginia Tech

By Ashwini Sivaganesh | Assistant Sports Editor

November 7, 2016

In Pitt’s second tri-meet of the season against ACC competitors Notre Dame and Virginia Tech, both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were unable to edge past their competitors. The men’s team finished the weekend with a crushing loss to Notre Dame, 238-115, and a devastating...

A guide to the Allegheny County ballot

November 3, 2016

A guide to the Allegheny County ballotEmily Brindley and Alexa Bakalarski...

Interactive Crime Map Oct. 14 – 21

By The Pitt News Staff

October 23, 2016

Friday, Oct. 14, 2016 6:31 p.m. Cathedral of Learning. Police responded to a security guard's report of finding graffiti. An investigation is pending. 8:43 p.m. Bouquet Gardens. Police conducted a drug investigation and charges are pending. No other details were immediately available. 11:...

Trump loses to Clinton in any test of character

Trump loses to Clinton in any test of character

By Henry Glitz / Columnist

October 18, 2016

Words used in a decade-old audio recording have had a profound impact on the trajectory of the presidential race — so much so that without my even spelling them out, you probably already know what I’m referring to. The audio tape The Washington Post released on Oct. 8 revealed Republican presid...

Pittsburgh in the classroom: Pitt professors visit landmarks, debate local history

Pittsburgh in the classroom: Pitt professors visit landmarks, debate local history

By Matt Maielli / Senior Staff Writer

October 13, 2016

Professor Laurence Glasco doesn’t advise his students to shy away from history’s dark side. In fact, he encourages exploring the moments a high school textbook might’ve left out. The students in Glasco’s History of Black Pittsburgh class gathered around the Stephen Foster memorial sculpture outside the Car...

The men behind the streets: the history of campus street names

The men behind the streets: the history of campus street names

By David Robinson / Staff Writer

October 10, 2016

The historical reporting in this story is from information found in the University’s Special Collections at Hillman Library, unless otherwise noted. Every day, Pitt students wake up in bedrooms on Neville Street or dine at restaurants on Craig Street or head to class by way of Bates or Bouquet st...

Take a look: Chronicling the second presidential debate

Take a look: Chronicling the second presidential debate

By The Pitt News Staff

October 9, 2016

Welcome to The Pitt News’ hub for 2016 election coverage. Here you’ll find stories about Trump, Clinton and third party supporters on campus, live debate coverage, updates on visits from politicians and analysis from our opinions writers with their takes on this year’s contentious election. Sunday night, colum...

GALLERY: Throwback Acitivism on Campus

GALLERY: Throwback Acitivism on Campus

By Pitt News

October 6, 2016

Students hold protests across the University campus every year, whether they're performing sit-ins on Black Lives Matter or voicing their dislike of certain politicians. We dug into our archives to find some vintage images that capture unrest around campus from decades past, including some shots of...

GALLERY: Oscar Mayer’s “Wienermobile” Comes to Pitt

GALLERY: Oscar Mayer’s “Wienermobile” Comes to Pitt

By Kevin Lynch / For The Pitt News

October 6, 2016

If you have ever wondered how the Oscar Mayer "Wienermobile" handles, just ask John "Jumbo Dog" Craft. "It handles like a Lambo-weenie," said Craft, a brand representative for Oscar Mayer, the American meat production company. Wednesday morning, the Oscar Mayer "Wienermobile" rolled into the William Pitt Unio...

GALLERY: CSSA Mid-Autumn Festival

GALLERY: CSSA Mid-Autumn Festival

By Elaina Zachos | Visual Editor

October 3, 2016

Members of Pitt's Chinese Students and Scholars Association organized its annual Mid-Autumn Festival event Saturday night to bring Pittsburgh's local Chinese population together. Traditionally, the celebration consists of gathering, thanksgiving and praying. At the Pitt version, attendees ate baked...

Columnist: Henry Glitz

Columnist: Henry Glitz

September 26, 2016

Henry Glitz is a junior double major in Political Science and Economics, minoring in French and History. He is an opinions columnist for the Pitt News and a Hillary Clinton supporter in this year's election. From Henry: https://pittnews.com/article/63849/uncategorized/pitt-anomaly-urban-campus-pride/ https://pittnews.com/article/65412/opinions/oakland-housing-occupancy-limit-serves-no-purpose/ https://pittnews.com/article/68603/opinions/union-lawsuit-hurts-everyone-involved/ https://pittnews.com/article/69241/opinions/advocating-filling-supreme-court-vacancy-in-toomeys-best-interest/ https://pittnews.com/article/62897/opinions/kim-davis-is-not-worth-the-fight/

Columnist: Timothy Nerozzi

Columnist: Timothy Nerozzi

September 26, 2016

Timothy Nerozzi is a senior majoring in Media and Professional Communications, minoring in Japanese. He is president of the Pitt College Republicans and doesn't like Trump, but hates Clinton more. From Tim:  https://pittnews.com/article/66806/opinions/freedom-of-speech-not-conditional/ https://pittnews.com/article/64792/opinions/collegiate-censorship-stunts-intellectual-growth/ https://pittnews.com/article/69062/opinions/give-country-music-a-second-chance/ https://pittnews.com/article/70031/opinions/forget-entertainment-inform-me/ https://pittnews.com/article/67106/opinions/social-justice-is-tea-party-equivalent/

GALLERY: Artist Spotlight on Stephanie Taylor

GALLERY: Artist Spotlight on Stephanie Taylor

By Yuting Xiong / For The Pitt News

September 15, 2016

When Stephanie Taylor, a senior studio arts and art history major, received a $3,500 Brackenridge research grant this summer, she wasn’t focused on making new art. She wanted to rework what already existed. “I did summer research and I am currently trying to make sense of it,” Taylor said. “The...

GALLERY: Pitt Vs. Penn State From the Student Section

GALLERY: Pitt Vs. Penn State From the Student Section

By Theo Schwarz and Stephen Caruso / Pitt News Photo Staff

September 10, 2016

Pitt-Penn State Preview: Tight matchup could come down to the last drive

Pitt-Penn State Preview: Tight matchup could come down to the last drive

By Dan Sostek / Senior Staff Writer

September 9, 2016

Pitt vs. Penn State: an in-state rivalry that needs no introduction. In a game that is projected to be the most attended sporting event ever in the city of Pittsburgh, two flawed yet evenly matched teams will meet at Heinz Field at noon on Saturday. Here are a few key players and matchups to keep an eye on in thi...

It’s time to update Greek life policies

It’s time to update Greek life policies

By Jaime Viens | For The Pitt News

August 22, 2016

The premise of Greek life is brotherhood, sisterhood, integrity and equality — in theory. Given recent events, though, questioning these principles seems a less than ridiculous proposal. Greek life is meant to be a positive entity that encourages camaraderie and that is exactly what it does for...

‘Horace and Pete’: C.K.’s brilliant gamble pays off

‘Horace and Pete’: C.K.’s brilliant gamble pays off

By Ian Flanagan / Culture Editor

May 31, 2016

If anyone is able to marry comedy and tragedy effectively, it’s Louis C.K., but never has he done it so deftly as with “Horace and Pete.” The exploration of family and human life through the ancestral owners of a century-old bar and their customers is the comedian’s boldest and most mature crea...

Student harassed near Shadyside, police say

Student harassed near Shadyside, police say

By Alexa Bakalarski / News Editor

May 21, 2016

A  female student reported to Pitt police on Friday that she was harassed by a man while jogging on campus. According to a Pitt police crime alert, an Asian man, described as about 75 years-old, grabbed the female student from behind and thrust his pelvis into her near the intersection of Ellsworth...

Nurse Practitioners Push for Full Authority

Nurse Practitioners Push for Full Authority

By Erin Hare / Staff Writer

May 17, 2016

The Department of Health and Human Services projects that by 2020, the country will face a shortage of 20,400 primary care doctors. While medical experts can only guess at the cause for the declining number of physicians — higher education costs, strict standards for practicing, waning interest — Pe...

Editorial: Penn State letter dismisses sexual assault victims

By The Pitt News Editorial Board / May 11, 2016

May 10, 2016

A university should never defend a legacy — no matter how famous the legacy — at the expense of its students’ well-being. New reports from Penn State University’s Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal surfaced May 5, revealing that Joe Paterno may have known about Sandusky’s abuse as far back as the 1...

Pitt falls in first round of ACC Tournament

Pitt falls in first round of ACC Tournament

By Ryan Reichardt / Staff Writer

April 20, 2016

Pitt women’s tennis struggled to put up a fight against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the first round of the ACC Women’s Tennis Tournament. Pitt traveled down to Cary, North Carolina, to face off against No. 57 Notre Dame, suffering an early exit in the ACC tournament.. After defeating Pitt, No...

Editorial: Casual Friday

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

April 1, 2016

Shotgun wedding Yesterday, a Kentucky couple visiting Louisville ran into some intimidating-looking dudes asking them what’s in their pockets. But instead of having her ring stolen, the man’s girlfriend received one. Set up entirely by her boyfriend, the men began to sing a capella and helped hi...

Myra Carbonell

Myra Carbonell

By Elizabeth Lepro & Theo Schwarz

March 29, 2016

Some small facts slip from Myra Carbonell’s memory: her grandson’s age, the name of the second person in her favorite folk duo, her ex-husband’s birthday. But memories come easily. There’s the lingering image of coming home from school in the Bronx to find her father asleep in the Barcaloung...

Killian Liptrot

Killian Liptrot

By Jeremy Tepper & Nikki Moriello

March 29, 2016

For Kilian Liptrot, joining ROTC was pretty much a no-brainer: He was born in Werl, Germany, to a military family and followed his father’s assignments all over the world. But joining the cheer squad his sophomore year, after a suggestion from a cheerleader friend, was something he had never considere...

Unsung heroes Levitch, Luther shine in Pitt-Louisville

Unsung heroes Levitch, Luther shine in Pitt-Louisville

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

February 25, 2016

In a game featuring star players like Damion Lee, Chinanu Onuaku, Jamel Artis and Michael Young, one would expect the usual suspects to dominate. But in this season’s second meeting between Pitt and Louisville Wednesday, it was a pair of unsung players that came up big for their respective teams. I...

No. 11 Louisville utilizes late run to down Panthers

No. 11 Louisville utilizes late run to down Panthers

By Chris Puzia / Contributing Editor

February 25, 2016

While Pitt opened both halves of Wednesday’s matchup strong, its opponent heated up when it mattered most — at the end of the game. Despite leading for more than 23 minutes and receiving a career performance from forward Ryan Luther, Pitt men’s basketball dropped a home matchup to No. 11 Louisv...

2016 Football Schedule Breakdown

2016 Football Schedule Breakdown

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

January 28, 2016

Pat Narduzzi’s second rodeo isn’t going to get any easier. The ACC announced Pitt’s football schedule for the 2016 season, and while all the opponents were public knowledge, the actual order is now finalized. Nine of Pitt’s 12 games come against teams with winning records in 2015, while four co...

Students peruse winter community service options

Students peruse winter community service options

By Elli Warsh / Staff Writer

January 14, 2016

Anxious to recruit members for her new service club, Raechel Heil stood at her volunteer fair booth with flyers and an ambitious smile. Students congregated at the booths of 72 organizations around Pittsburgh for PittServes’ Winter Volunteer Fair. In celebration of January as the Global Month of ...

Pitt Tonight premieres in Studio Theatre

Pitt Tonight premieres in Studio Theatre

By Theo Schwarz | Senior Staff Photographer

December 19, 2015

Spinning wheels: Though the city has answered calls for safer streets, Pittsburgh remains stalled on bike lanes in Oakland

Spinning wheels: Though the city has answered calls for safer streets, Pittsburgh remains stalled on bike lanes in Oakland

By Elaina Zachos and Zoë Hannah / The Pitt News Staff

December 11, 2015

First, a black Jeep crashed into cyclist Dan Yablonsky in Lawrenceville in 2012, shattering his hip, arm and leg and sending him into a five-month-long coma. Then, a mini-van hit and abandoned biker Sage Ziviello, a student at Chatham University, in Shadyside in 2013, leaving her with hip injuries ...

ACC Coaches recognize nine Panthers with All-ACC honors

ACC Coaches recognize nine Panthers with All-ACC honors

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

December 9, 2015

After the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association honored a litany of Pitt football players in late November, the conference’s coaches heaped recognition on an array of Panthers. On Wednesday morning, the ACC released the 2015 Football Coaches’ Awards and All-ACC teams. It honored freshman runnin...

Panthers of the week

Panthers of the week

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

December 2, 2015

Michael Young- forward, men’s basketball Young has emerged as the go-to scorer for the Pitt men’s basketball team this season, ranking 10th in the ACC in points per game, sixth in field goal percentage and 10th in rebounds per game. That success continued this past week, as Young averaged 17 points, eig...

No need to protest about protests

No need to protest about protests

By Alyssa Lieberman / Columnist

November 30, 2015

Last Wednesday, at a student-led rally in solidarity with people of color at Mizzou, I overheard a police officer condemning our protest. The officer described us simply as a bunch of kids who have “no head on their shoulders.” According to him, we have “no idea” what we’re doing — we “ju...

Forys, Racciato headline strong Keystone Classic performances

By Jeff Carpenter / Staff Writer

November 23, 2015

Dom Forys and the Pitt wrestling team were looking for a rebound, and that’s exactly what they earned. After falling to No. 10 Lehigh on Friday, 27-7, Pitt Wrestling took the Keystone Classic by storm, finishing first after accumulating 132 points at the Palestra in Philadelphia on Sunday.  Forys and j...

Maggot video prompts investigation

By Dale Shoemaker / News Editor

November 19, 2015

What started out as a 10-second video of an insect larva allegedly crawling through a plate of Market Central pasta has sparked a week and a half-long investigation by the police, the county and Sodexo. A Pitt senior, Chad Stein, said he shot the video Friday, Nov. 6, when he was eating lunch with a f...

Gallery: Pitt vs. St. Joseph’s (Indiana)

Gallery: Pitt vs. St. Joseph’s (Indiana)

By Meghan Sunners | Senior Staff Photographer

November 18, 2015

Storify: Social media reacts to Pitt’s loss to Notre Dame

By Amy Beaudine / Social Media Editor

November 8, 2015

[View the story "Social media reacts to Pitt's loss to Notre Dame" on Storify]...

Pitt cruises to 80-50 victory over Gannon in exhibition

Pitt cruises to 80-50 victory over Gannon in exhibition

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

November 6, 2015

It might not have counted, but the Pitt men’s basketball team surged on Friday night. With the season opener against Gonzaga approaching next week, the Panthers took the court for their first and only exhibition game, defeating the Gannon Golden Knights 80-50 at the Petersen Events Center. Though...

Pitt volleyball continues strong home play with weekend wins

By David Leftwich / Staff Writer

November 2, 2015

There’s just something about the Fitz. No matter who has come to play the Pitt volleyball team at the Fitzgerald Field House, the Panthers have come out victorious this season. The Panthers kept that winning streak alive with two quality wins this weekend against ACC opponents Florida State and...

Pitt football readies for up-tempo Tar Heels

Pitt football readies for up-tempo Tar Heels

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

October 28, 2015

With a tough opponent, a national audience on ESPN and prime-time slot at 7 p.m., Pitt football’s Thursday night game against North Carolina has all the markings of a crucial matchup. Still, Pitt defensive line coach Tom Sims plays it coy. To him, it’s just another game. “It is a big game. It...

After trying offseason, Wilson ready for impact on court

After trying offseason, Wilson ready for impact on court

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

October 21, 2015

With the NCAA questioning his academic eligibility following graduation, Pitt basketball commit Damon Wilson was angry. Before the NCAA eventually deemed him eligible for collegiate play in September, it challenged the freshman guard and his teammates’ high school course loads. “When we heard they w...

Pitt men’s soccer winless in six straight following loss to Harvard

Pitt men’s soccer winless in six straight following loss to Harvard

By Joe Rokicki / Staff Writer

October 20, 2015

Losses are piling up for the Pitt men’s soccer team. The Panthers (5-7-3, 0-5-1 ACC) dropped their third consecutive match late Tuesday afternoon, losing to the Harvard Crimson (6-4-2, 3-0 Ivy League) 3-2 in regulation. The loss also marked the Panthers second consecutive home loss to a non-conference o...

Zoo After Hours

Zoo After Hours

By Jeff Ahearn | Assistant Visual Editor

October 11, 2015

Pitt women’s soccer drops second straight conference game

By Jeff Carpenter / Staff Writer

October 9, 2015

After a hot start to its season, Pitt women’s soccer is coming back down to Earth after its second straight conference loss, but it improved on the 6-0 margin of defeat from its earlier loss at Florida State. Pitt (9-3-1, 3-2-0 ACC) didn’t allow many chances to Boston College, but its counterpar...

Pitt anomaly: Urban campus pride

Pitt anomaly: Urban campus pride

By Henry Glitz / Columnist

October 9, 2015

I know Oakland isn’t paradise, but I didn’t expect the disgusted look on my Penn State friend’s face as we walked down Forbes Avenue toward Essie’s Original Hot Dog Shop. “How can you live here?” The question caught me off guard. Having spent more than a year living on campus in Oakland,...

Burr talks comedy, career

Burr talks comedy, career

By Dan Sostek / Contributing Editor

October 8, 2015

As a stand-up comedian, actor, podcaster, amateur drummer and now animated series star, Bill Burr is a bit of a renaissance man. The edgy comedian will show off the first of those talents in Pittsburgh on Oct. 22, as he’ll perform two stand-up shows at 7 and 9:30 p.m. at Heinz Hall. Tickets are $49.25....

Building his ark: Noah kicks off late night career

Building his ark: Noah kicks off late night career

By Matt Maielli / Staff Writer

October 5, 2015

The stage may be new, but the “Daily Show” goes on all the same. Last Monday, Trevor Noah, a comedian from South Africa and previous “Daily Show” senior international correspondent, went from correspondent to host as Jon Stewart’s 17-year tenure on the desk ended. Fans, critics and everyo...

Editorial: Martin Shkreli personifies healthcare issues

Editorial: Martin Shkreli personifies healthcare issues

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

September 23, 2015

There’s a reason why the United States spends more per capita on health care than any other developed nation in the world — and that reason is people like Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli. Shkreli is involved in quite the controversy. His company recently acquired the drug Daraprim, the st...

Pitt feels the Bern

Pitt feels the Bern

By Kelechi Urama / Staff Writer

September 1, 2015

Pitt student Alex Austin “Bern”’d up Oakland on Saturday. To raise support for Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign, Austin and other grassroots activists hit the pavement on Aug. 29 for “Chalk the Block,” an event where students advertise Sanders’ campaign platforms on Oakland s...

Korean Nationality Room: Hand-carved, shipped and almost ready

Korean Nationality Room: Hand-carved, shipped and almost ready

By Amrita Beaudine / For The Pitt News

August 30, 2015

It has taken nearly nine years and $850,000, but Pitt is almost ready to unveil its latest Nationality Room. The Korean Heritage Room is the newest addition to the Cathedral of Learning Nationality Rooms, and its designers and carpenters have said they strived to build a room that would truly refle...

Security guards rally for higher wages, better benefits

Security guards rally for higher wages, better benefits

By Alexis Mazzeo / Staff Writer

August 30, 2015

After 22 years on the job as a security guard, Dennis England makes $9 an hour — $1.75 above Pennsylvania’s minimum wage. Thursday morning, he decided to march for a change. England, members of the Service Employees International Union and dozens of security guards from around Pittsburgh held...

Both worlds

Both worlds

By TNS

July 7, 2015

Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon in season 3 of Netflix's "Orange is the New Black."

Colorful looks

Colorful looks

By Courtesy of I Made It! Market Facebook page

July 7, 2015

Last year's SouthSide Works Exposed featured local artist and vendors.

“Lawrenceville”

“Lawrenceville”

By Courtesy of Elizabeth Rudnick

July 7, 2015

Elizabeth Rudnick's "Lawrenceville" from her "Dumpsters" collection echoes Warhol's contemporary style.

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June 30, 2015

Cast of characters

Cast of characters

By Courtesy of Ace Yilma

June 30, 2015

Directed by 2010 Pitt grad Ace Yilma, the cast of "The Recall" consistent mainly of local Pittsburgh alumni.

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June 27, 2015

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 27, 2015

An injured Union soldier makes the long march back to camp.

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 27, 2015

The Union infantry troops fire a salvo at the confederate line.

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 27, 2015

The Union artillery fires a barrage to start the Battle of Cumberland Church.

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June 27, 2015

A confederate soldier raises the Confederate battle flag above his tent.

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 27, 2015

A Confederate soldier smokes his pipe after a long day of fighting.

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June 27, 2015

The Union troops were unable to take the Confederate position and had to retreat, ending the battle.

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June 27, 2015

The Confederate forces inflicted heavy casualties on the Union troops from their position on the high ground.

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 27, 2015

Union and Confederate forces clashed at Hartwood Acres during the reenactment of the Battle of Cumberland Church.

Unbearable

Unbearable

By TNS

June 27, 2015

Amanda Seyfried, left, plays the role of a fledgling lawyer tasked with saving Ted's annulled marriage in "Ted 2."

Black, gold and white

Black, gold and white

By Courtesy of the "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" Facebook page

June 25, 2015

While they were in Pittsburgh, author Jesse Andrews threw the ceremonial first pitch at PNC Park for the June 15 Pirates game.

Explicit content

Explicit content

By Courtesy of A$AP Worldwide

June 24, 2015

A$AP Rocky's second studio album dropped unexpectedly on May 25.

Menagerie of museum-goers

Menagerie of museum-goers

By Courtesy of the Mattress Factory

June 23, 2015

Patrons attended the Mattress Factory's Urban Garden Party dressed as Madonnas, Medusas and Mickey Mouses.

Transluscent

Transluscent

By Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Glass Center

June 23, 2015

The exhibit, "Out of the Archives and Into the Gallery," will run through Sept. 13.

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June 17, 2015

Legendary

Legendary

By Courtesy of Christopher Lee's fan page on Facebook

June 16, 2015

Lee is known for his acting, but he has also played in several heavy metal bands.

Royal rumble

Royal rumble

By TNS

June 16, 2015

The Kansas City Royals lead All-Star voting for eight of the nine offensive positions.

Brace for impact

Brace for impact

By TNS

June 15, 2015

Chris Pratt in "Jurassic World."

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June 14, 2015

A young parade viewer receives a proud glitter bombing at the Pride March on June 14.

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By Stephen Caruso / Contributing Editor

June 14, 2015

The Pittsburgh Pride Colorguard warm up their twirling arms before the Pride March on June 14.

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June 14, 2015

After a long wait on a hot summer night, attendees were all too excited for Nick Jonas at Pride in the Street on June 13.

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June 14, 2015

Devon Orel and Cierra Cappas dance the time away as they wait in line for Pride in the Street on June 13. 

Identified

Identified

By Shirin Neshat / Courtesy of the Carnegie Museum of Art's Facebook page

June 10, 2015

Neshat's enigmatic self-portrait, "Identified." Neshat is one of the 12 artists featured in the exhibit.

Starting over

Starting over

June 10, 2015

Hobie Harris was drafted in the 31st round by the New York Yankees, and will be starting his professional career this summer after being given his assignment by the organization.

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June 9, 2015

Center stage

Center stage

By Renee Rosensteel / Courtesy of City of Asylum

June 9, 2015

The production featured performers from all different backgrounds.

Rest and relaxation

Rest and relaxation

By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 9, 2015

Attendees enjoyed the festival, and the weather, at Point State Park.

Paying back Pitt

Paying back Pitt

By Courtney Linder / Contributing Editor

June 9, 2015

Dave Jedlicka hopes to raise enough money to donate a locker in the name of "Proud Pitt Alumni".

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June 7, 2015

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June 7, 2015

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 7, 2015

Drew and Jennie Williams admire the Black Rock Negative Energy Absorber by artist Rudy Shepherd in the middle of Point State Park at the 2015 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival.

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 7, 2015

Margret Cox and Michael Johnsen stroll down 

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By Theo Schwarz / Visual Editor

June 7, 2015

Cameron Roeback, a senior finance major, and Mattie Porter from Whitehall take in the sunset at Point State Park during the 2015 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival.

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June 7, 2015

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