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A protester rallies with a crowd of UPMC employees on Grant Street during Thursday’s UPMC Essential Worker Strike in Downtown.

Photos: UPMC strike

By Patrick Cavanagh, Staff Photographer November 19, 2021

A crowd of UPMC hospital workers and allies rallied Downtown on Grant Street and outside of UPMC headquarters on Thursday afternoon at the UPMC Essential Worker Strike. Hospital workers walked off...

Pitt Students on Thanksgiving Break

November 18, 2021

With Thanksgiving break right around the corner after a busy in-person semester, we checked in with Pitt students to see how they're doing!

A member of Pitt band cheers in anticipation of “Sweet Caroline” during the Pitt vs. UNC game last Thursday.

‘We all work together’: Behind the scenes with Pitt band

By Pamela Smith, Visual Editor November 17, 2021
Follow the Pitt band, consisting of more than 300 instrumentalists, color guard members and Golden Girls, during the Pitt vs. UNC football game on Nov. 11.
Pitt, Chatham and Carnegie Mellon students walk down the street with a banner that reads “Divest Now” during Saturday’s “College Climate March.”

Photos: “College Climate March”

By John Blair, Senior Staff Photographer November 14, 2021

About 50 students from Pitt, Chatham and Carnegie Mellon walked the streets from Chatham’s campus to the Cathedral of Learning to protest continued fossil fuel investment from all three schools on...

Pitt senior guard Jayla Everett (20) runs with the ball at Wednesday’s game against Radford University.

Photos: Women’s Basketball vs. Radford

By Hannah Wilson, Staff Photographer November 12, 2021

The Pitt Panthers defeated Radford 82-63 on Wednesday's game at Petersen Events Center. A strong season opener, Pitt players scored high — with junior guard Emy Hayford (4) scoring a career high...

Redshirt senior offensive lineman Owen Drexel (60) celebrates during Thursday evening’s football game vs. UNC.

Photos: Football vs. UNC

By Patrick Cavanagh, Pamela Smith, and Hannah Wilson November 12, 2021
Pitt’s defense held the ACC’s No. 3 offense to just 23 points in a game that went to overtime.

VID: Being a Pitt fan in 2021

November 2, 2021

Going into the weekend, Pitt was ranked no. 17 in football, its highest ranking in a decade. We spoke to fans before Pitt’s game about what this season means to them, despite the loss against Miami.

Survivors of the Tree of Life massacre comfort each other at a commemorative ceremony in Schenley Park on Wednesday. The ceremony marked three years after the massacre.

Photos: Tree of Life massacre commemoration

By Clare Sheedy, Assistant Visual Editor October 28, 2021

Wednesday marked three years since the antisemitic attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood, an event which has etched itself into the surrounding community’s...

Students pose for a photo at the football game Saturday.

Photos: Fans at Pitt football vs. Clemson

By Jon Moss and Pamela Smith October 26, 2021

The Pitt Panthers defeated Clemson 27-17 Saturday afternoon at Heinz Field. A season-high 60,594 fans attended the game, according to Pitt athletics.

Clemson safety Nolan Turner (24) tackles Shocky Jacques-Louis (81), a first-year wide receiver, at Heinz Field on Saturday.

Photos: Clemson football game

By Pamela Smith, Visual Editor October 24, 2021
Pitt football beat the Clemson Tigers 27-17 on Saturday afternoon. After the victory, Pitt rose from No. 23 to No.17 in the Associated Press college football top-25 poll. 
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