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Campus Life | Fall Activities

Campus Life | Fall Activities

By Shriya Yadamreddi, Staff Writer September 29, 2022
This week on Campus Life, Shriya Yadamreddi talks about some of her favorite things to do in the fall on and off campus.
Inside local coffee shops’ creative fall menus

Inside local coffee shops’ creative fall menus

By Gabriella Garvin, Staff Writer September 8, 2022
Pittsburgh coffee shops such as Coffee Tree Roasters and Jitters Cafe in Shadyside, as well as Saxby’s on campus, are ringing in the fall season with pumpkin and other fun flavors. They set their menus apart from bigger chains by combining flavors such as pumpkin and matcha.
A fall day in Pittsburgh.

Local events to get hype for the fall season

By Jessica McKenzie, Culture Editor September 6, 2022
Fall is here, and Pittsburgh has a seemingly endless stream of upcoming events to celebrate. Here is a compilation of arts and entertainment activities to look forward to in September and October.
The official first day of fall is September 22.

Editorial | Top 10 things to do around Oakland as the weather cools

By The Pitt News Editorial Board September 18, 2020
Here are our top 10 things to do in Oakland now that it’s not 95 degrees. 
Thriftsburgh is a student-operated thrift store located in the O’Hara Student Center.

College Compass: Fashion advice for student life

By Sarah Stager, For The Pitt News October 31, 2019
It’s not always easy to look put together when you’re lugging heavy bags beneath both eyes and have a million and one assignments to complete before the end of the day.
The Pittsburgh Monster Pumpkins Festival will be held Oct. 19 to 20 on the North Shore.

Oakland Outlook: Fun activities to kick off fall

By Megan Williams and Ana Eberts, For The Pitt News October 10, 2019
Leave your summer routine behind and adventure both in and around Oakland this fall. Digital staff writers Megan Williams and Ana Eberts share their favorite fall activities to do around the City in this week’s edition of Oakland Outlook.
Fall is filled with tons of activities that aren’t sports.

What to do in the fall if you hate football

By Delilah Bourque and Sarah Connor, Contributing Editors September 18, 2019
For some, the air cooling and people pulling their fall wardrobes out of storage can only mean one thing — football season. For the rest of us, the best we can do is try to make the most of our Sundays until February rolls around. Here are some of the best ways to spend your fall if you’re not a football fan.
Public transportation is convenient when you don’t have a car.

Staff picks: What we missed in Pittsburgh

By The Pitt News Staff August 26, 2019
Read what our staff missed most about Pittsburgh during the summer holiday
Singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne will perform at the Roxian Theater in McKees Rocks on Oct. 8.

Fall events you ‘autumn’ check out

By Sara Nuss, Staff Writer August 19, 2019
From hitting up music festivals to attending sporting events, there are many ways for returning students to entertain themselves in the bustling City of Pittsburgh. With fall just around the corner, it’s best to keep in mind any upcoming opportunities to attend concerts, fall festivals and other celebrations that come with the change of the weather. 
Depth put on display in first scrimmage of fall season

Depth put on display in first scrimmage of fall season

By Jeremy Tepper / Staff Writer September 22, 2014

Early offense allowed Pitt baseball to cruise to a 14-6 victory in a 12-inning exhibition contest over the Ontario Blue Jays.Most of the Panthers’ runs came in three spurts — four each in the first,...

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