The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Emily Wolfe, Senior Staff Writer

Emily Wolfe is the digital manager at The Pitt News. An Ashburn, Virginia native, Emily plans to graduate in 2022 with majors in fiction writing, French and religious studies. She worked as a student government beat reporter before joining the editorial staff in the winter of her freshman year. She worked as sports editor and news editor before taking the digital manager position.

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Old News: Booze, the news and Alito

Old News: Booze, the news and Alito

By Emily Wolfe, Digital Manager
January 29, 2020
Old News: Druidgate

Old News: Druidgate

By Emily Wolfe, Digital Manager
January 16, 2020
Old News: Ringing in the last 10 decades

Old News: Ringing in the last 10 decades

By Emily Wolfe, Digital Manager
January 6, 2020
Old News: Happy Franksgiving

Old News: Happy Franksgiving

By Emily Wolfe, Contributing Editor
November 21, 2019
Old News: Pitt women break into cheerleading

Old News: Pitt women break into cheerleading

By Emily Wolfe, Contributing Editor
October 25, 2019
Old News: The case of the two Jagiellonian globes

Old News: The case of the two Jagiellonian globes

By Emily Wolfe, Contributing Editor
October 10, 2019
Demonstrators march through downtown Pittsburgh during Monday’s student walkout.

Third day of protests brings students Downtown

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
March 25, 2019
Pitt Police officers blocked the Fifth Avenue entrance to Litchfield Towers as protesters filled the street.

Oakland protests white officer’s acquittal

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
March 23, 2019
In a new court filing from Pitt’s lawyers, Pitt disputed allegations filed by Rose’s parents, saying East Pittsburgh never requested a copy of Rosfeld’s file for review before hiring him in June 2018.

Pitt files response to Rose suit

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
March 17, 2019
Members of the Fossil Free Pitt Coalition set up a cardboard “pipeline” in the Cathedral in December 2016 in protest of the pipeline on Standing Rock’s reservation.

Students face divestment referendum

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
March 4, 2019
Due to the tie between Caroline Unger (left) and Anais Peterson (right) during SGB’s 2019 election, a runoff election will be held on March 5 to determine SGB’s 2019 executive vice president.

SGB to hold runoff election for executive VP spot

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
February 26, 2019
Frontier’s presidential candidate Albert Tanjaya (from left), 19Forward’s board candidate Lynn Dang, board candidate Aman Reddy and Impact’s presidential candidate Zechariah Brown.

Your guide to today’s SGB election

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
February 19, 2019
Illona Beresford, senior project manager at the University, notes the importance of sustainability in the University’s future development plans.

Residents, faculty voice qualms with master plan

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
February 12, 2019
Albert Tanjaya and Zechariah Brown are running opposing presidential campaigns in SGB’s 2019 election season. Both candidates launched social media campaigns on Wednesday, the official start of campaign season.

Frontier, Impact slates launch SGB campaigns

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
January 30, 2019
University of Pittsburgh faculty unionizers make an appearance at the People’s Pride parade in June 2018. (Photo by Jon Kunitsky | Staff Photographer)

Pitt faculty file for union election

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
January 18, 2019
To be eligible to run for SGB, a candidate must have a GPA of at least 2.75 and can’t belong to the Election or Judicial committees.

SGB closes in on election season

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
January 16, 2019
Many of the protestors gathered outside the City-Council Building carried firearms during Monday afternoon’s demonstration.

Proposed gun legislation triggers protests

By Emily Wolfe, Assistant News Editor
January 8, 2019
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