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‘Writing the Pandemic’ with the Center for Creativity

Nancy Kirkwood, an assistant at Pitt’s Center for Creativity, led participants in a virtual writing workshop on Friday afternoon.

By Anna Ligorio, Staff Writer

May 26, 2020

Pitt employees, undergraduates and graduate students who recently encountered pandemic-induced writer’s block needed to look no further than their laptop screens for some inspiration on Friday.

C4C contest accepting submissions for educational art about COVID-19

Members of the Pitt community are invited to submit art from any medium designed as a creative response to the public health discussions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Image via Center for Creativity.

By Delilah Bourque, Culture Editor

April 7, 2020

Pitt’s Center for Creativity organized the Creative Innovations to COVID-19 contest, which calls for members of the Pitt community to flex their creative muscles to educate others on the virus

Creative Corner | How to make your own quaran-zine

Creative Corner | How to make your own quaran-zine

By Caroline Kulczycky, Guest Blogger

March 26, 2020

Caroline Kulczycky, a student ambassador for the Center of Creativity and the creator of the Feminist Math Zine, shares tips for putting together a simple zine.

Preparations for Year of Creativity underway

 Pitt’s “Year of Creativity” for 2019-20 will be the sixth theme in the University’s “Year of” series.

By Vaibhav Gupta, Staff Writer

August 21, 2019

During Pitt’s “Year of Global” in 2018-19, students, staff and faculty were encouraged to consider the world beyond their campus. Now heading into its sixth year, the “Year of” initiative wants the Pitt community to take a look inward.

Staff picks: Hidden gems of Pitt

Students at the Center for Creativity.

By The Pitt News Staff

July 2, 2019

Pitt’s campus can be a bit overwhelming at first. With so many streets, buildings and classrooms, it can be difficult to explore every nook and cranny of Pitt’s corner of Oakland. Here are some hidden gems on campus to look out for.

Free for students: Art, exercise, buses and more!

Graphic by Christian Snyder | Editor-in-Chief

By The Pitt News Staff

May 30, 2018

One of the best perks of being a student at Pitt is the Panther Card. In addition to all of the traditional purposes a student ID serves, like holding dining passes, granting access to dorms and registering for on-campus events, a Panther Card can be a ticket to a new world of entertainment for stude...

Digress from stress: Pittsburgh’s Slices of Serenity

(Image by Thomas Yang | Visual Editor)

By Elizabeth Donnelly | Staff Writer

April 23, 2018

It’s no secret that finals week can be a stressful time for students, but there are many places Pitt students can go for relief — both on and off campus. With these study break destinations, students can try to focus their mental energy on staying calm and relaxing. Stress Free Zone — William Pitt Union (Oakland...

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