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Opinion | It’s OK if you haven’t found your friends yet

Opinion | It’s OK if you haven’t found your friends yet

By Leah Mensch, Opinions Editor March 30, 2021
Being a first-year is hard. It's OK if you haven’t found friends you feel a deep connection with yet.
Satire | What not to do as a first year

Satire | What not to do as a first year

By Genna Edwards, Senior Staff Columnist July 23, 2020
Don’t drink from the Cathy water fountains. They’re, like, oddly warm.
Opinion | The first year: What I wish I knew

Opinion | The first year: What I wish I knew

By Mackenzie Oster, Staff Columnist June 29, 2019
Before the class of 2023 officially arrives at Pitt, I want to present five things that I wish I had known before setting foot on campus.
First-year guard Parker Stewart (1) shoots during Pitt’s 69-60 loss to West Virginia Dec. 9, 2017.

A year of firsts: Young team works to make change

By Trent Leonard | Staff Writer March 12, 2018

Pitt first-year guard Marcus Carr is no stranger to rookie success. As a first-year at St. Michaels in his native Toronto, Carr once scored a season-high 49 points in one game — and was instrumental...

Andrew Liu, from Portland, Ore., fresh from the plane, rolls his bags towards his new home. Stephen Caruso / Senior Staff Photographer

In photos: Pitt students welcomed to campus

After a lazy summer, Oakland is starting to buzz again with the sounds, sights and smells of college life. While it may still be summer, the first hint of an autumn breeze fills the air with the joyful...

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