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Opinion | It’s OK to not have a job lined up for after graduation

Opinion | It’s OK to not have a job lined up for after graduation

By Ana Altchek, Staff Columnist April 21, 2021
As a 22-year-old, it’s OK not to have a definitive plan upon graduation.
Senior Chinaza Ndee reacts after Pitt’s 2019 NCAA Tournament loss.

Relive Pitt’s famed final moments

By Henry Jackson, Staff Writer November 18, 2020
Pitt sports teams are familiar with such a feeling and are hardly strangers to both the joy and agony inevitable after a close game. Although the outcome may not always be in the Panthers’ favor, the last decade has given Pitt fans their fair share of nail-biters. Here are some of Pitt’s famed moments that came down to the wire.
Staff Picks: The best stuff to watch on 4/20

Staff Picks: The best stuff to watch on 4/20

By The Pitt News Staff April 19, 2020
Our staff has assembled the best weed media to consume while you’re totally not high because Pennsylvania hasn’t quite legalized it yet.
Satire | 12 thoughts while writing an essay during finals week

Satire | 12 thoughts while writing an essay during finals week

By Allison Dantinne, Senior Staff Columnist December 8, 2019
The humble essay. The written word exhausted into seven to eight double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman-font pages with MLA citations.
Opinion | Tips for a very merry finals week

Opinion | Tips for a very merry finals week

By Julia Kreutzer, Senior Staff Columnist December 8, 2019
With finals week upon us and the dreaded pre-finals-finals week behind us, it may seem the task of balancing rest and academics has only become more arduous.
Then-seniors Qadree Ollison (30) and Darrin Hall (22) shake hands after Hall surprises Ollison with a game ball on Senior Day — a celebration of the seniors at their last home game — after the Panthers defeated the Hokies Saturday.

Remembering Pitt’s finest final moments

By Nick Carlisano, Senior Staff Writer December 8, 2019
Although final exams are undisputedly horrendous, not all things “final” are bad, especially when it comes to sports. From historic final seasons to the last game in Pitt Stadium, here are some of the most memorable closures Panther fans have witnessed in the past few decades.
TPN senior send-offs

TPN senior send-offs

By The Pitt News Staff April 21, 2019
TPN is saying goodbye to five graduating members of its staff this year who have all made an impact on the paper and their peers.
Schenley Park is adjacent to campus and an ideal place to relieve the stress of the semester.

Opinion | It is finals week, and I must scream

By Kim Rooney, Contributing Editor April 21, 2019
There is a long tradition of screaming in response to stress, whether it is during labor or for funerals or even postmortem as banshees.
Fruits and vegetables line the aisle at Forbes Street Market.

Opinion | I tried to de-stress by cooking. It didn’t go well

By Grace McGinness, Staff Columnist April 21, 2019
Studying could wait until tomorrow. Tonight I was going to eat good — a homemade meal and an Oscar-nominated film in front of me.
Columnist Allion Dantinne suggests becoming a squirrel to cope with finals.

Opinion | 5 ways to relieve stress through comedy

By Allison Dantinne, Senior Staff Columnist April 21, 2019
When finals season rolls around, it’s hard to not feel the crushing weight of the world on your shoulders. It’s hard not to see your GPA in physical form, beating you over the head for taking a “What ocean sponge are you?” quiz instead of paying attention to the lecture.
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