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Anjali Kumar: A journey into faith

Anjali Kumar poses for a portrait in the Cathedral of Learning. (Photo by Kyleen Considine | Senior Staff Photographer)

By Mariam Shalaby | Senior Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

Anjali Kumar has an infectiously bright presence. The corners of her eyes crinkle when she smiles and her curly teal hair bounces in rhythm with her steps. She said she has a lot to be happy about these days. She just joined a sorority and is making friends in her new faith community. Plus, she j...

Daly Trimble: A selfless social servant

Though Daly Trimble already wades through the demands that come with being a pre-medicine student, she still chooses to place her energy into the causes of others.

By Kim Rooney & Issi Glatts

March 26, 2018

Leaning forward in a wheeled desk chair on the 35th floor of the Cathedral of Learning, Daly Trimble looked up from her organic chemistry notes, with a surprisingly warm smile on her face that never faded as she talks about feminism, faith and community engagement. North Oakland, Squirrel Hill and Shadyside s...

New Pitt office to encourage communication across faiths

About 50 people gathered in the William Pitt Union Monday at a kickoff event for the Interfaith Dialogue and Engagement Office. (Photo by Roger Tu | Staff Photographer)

By Sarah Frumkin | For The Pitt News

October 17, 2017

Kyle Wyche was peacefully meditating in the prayer and relaxation room on the third floor of the William Pitt Union when a group of Muslim students walked in to pray. The junior ecology major struck up a conversation with one of the Muslim students afterward, who turned out to be as interested i...

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