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Editorial | CBS’s new show “The Activist” is not the right way to go about activism

By The Pitt News Editorial Board September 13, 2021
The backlash about this show is for good reason — many people realize that it’s not the right way to go about activism.
Mark Dixon discussed the hazards of having an ethane cracker plant close to Pittsburgh during a talk in the William Pitt Union Assembly Room Wednesday evening. (Photo by Issi Glatts | Staff Photographer)

Activist warns of cracker plant consequences

By Remy Samuels | Staff Writer November 16, 2017

When Mark Dixon found out Shell Oil Company planned to build a petrochemical plant in nearby Beaver County, he immediately thought of the pollution and environmental devastation that would soon take place...

Mariah Idrissi spoke to more than 60 people in the William Pitt Union Saturday about her experience as the first hijab-wearing Muslim model in the world. (Photo by Issi Glatts | Staff Photographer)

Hijab-wearing model advocates for modesty, Muslim women

By Zoe Pawliczek | Staff Writer November 6, 2017

Model Mariah Idrissi asked where she could buy a hijab in Pittsburgh while speaking at the William Pitt Union Saturday night. “Fashion is present very prominently in all of our lives, especially growing...

Nyle DiMarco, a deaf activist and model, advocatdes for the Deaf community and shares his life experiences on Monday at Frick Fine Arts. Meghan Sunners | Visual Editor

Deaf activist, model shares experiences, advocates for inclusion

By Janine Faust / Staff Writer April 4, 2017

When Nyle DiMarco was 24-years-old, a friend asked him if he ever wished he could hear. He immediately replied no. “I told him, ‘I have always been deaf. It is part of who I am,’” DiMarco...

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