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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

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Editorial | Top 10 notable things that happened this semester

By The Pitt News Editorial Board December 6, 2022
From Yung Gravy's visit to the Backyard Brawl, here are the most notable things that happened this semester.
Return of Backyard brawl reignites long standing vitriol between Pitt, WVU fans

Return of Backyard brawl reignites long standing vitriol between Pitt, WVU fans

By Alexander Ganias, Staff Writer September 3, 2022
For Pitt fans, Thursday meant the renewal of bad blood between two rivals that sit just 75 miles apart. For the first time in over a decade, it was Brawl Day.
Photos: Pitt celebrates Backyard Brawl victory

Photos: Pitt celebrates Backyard Brawl victory

By Clare Sheedy and Pamela Smith September 1, 2022
Pitt players and fans celebrate the 38-31 win against WVU.
Pitt fans show off a sign that reads WV was our safety school in the stands of Acrisure Stadium before the Backyard Brawl on Thursday.

Photos: Fans prepare for Backyard Brawl showdown

By Hannah Wilson, Senior Staff Photographer September 1, 2022
Ahead of the Pitt vs. WVU football game starting at 7 p.m., students and fans flocked to Acrisure Stadium.
Students eat and watch a football game at home.

Spice up game day with these creative tailgate recipes

By Julia DiPietro, Staff Writer August 31, 2022
Whether you're gathering outside Acrisure Stadium or watching the game from your house, these meals are easy and can be done by any level chef 一 with few ingredients. Here are five creative game day recipes for you to try for your next tailgate with friends.
Carson Zaremski dressed as the pope poses for a photo in a crowd of Pitt fans during the football ACC Championship Game against Wake Forest University in Charlotte, N.C.

Pitt superfans gear up for another fashionable football season

By Anoushka Parnerkar, For The Pitt News August 31, 2022
Carson Zaremski, a Pitt alumnus also known as the Pitt Pope, is a game-day fashion icon. Zaremski attends nearly every football game outfitted in a white robe and Pope hat embellished with the Pitt logo and colors.
Members of the Pitt Dance team perform during the Pitt Program Council’s annual bonfire and pep rally Tuesday night.

PPC spreads football hype during annual bonfire and pep rally

By Jessica McKenzie, Culture Editor August 31, 2022
Pitt Program Council hosted their annual bonfire and pep rally Tuesday night on the Cathedral Lawn in anticipation for Thursday’s Pitt v. WVU football game.
Pitt student section sells out for Backyard Brawl

Pitt student section sells out for Backyard Brawl

By Dalton Coppola, Sports Editor August 21, 2022
The Pitt student section — anointed “the Panther Pitt” — is now at full capacity for the Backyard Brawl, the Panther Pitt’s Twitter account announced.
A bag of Pitt footballs at a Pitt football game.

Pitt to open 2022 season against West Virginia at Heinz Field

By Dalton Coppola, Assistant Sports Editor January 31, 2022
After embarking on its most successful season in 40 years, Pitt football will look to sustain success in 2022. After the ACC released its members’ conference schedules on Monday night, the Panthers now have a roadmap to return to an ACC Championship Game.
West Virginia guard Malik Curry (10) works the ball as Pittsburgh guard Onyebuchi Ezeakudo (31) defends during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Morgantown, W.Va., Friday, Nov. 12, 2021.

Panthers fall to WVU, 74-59, in 188th Backyard Brawl

By Stephen Thompson, Sports Editor November 13, 2021
In front of an animated home crowd, Pitt and West Virginia played a game befitting its nickname. In a chippy matchup between rivals, the Panthers succumbed to “Press Virginia,” turning the ball over 32 times in a 74-59 loss to the Mountaineers.
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