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A Pitt student texts about homework at the William Pitt Union on Sunday evening.

Opinion | Texting is a language of its own

By Anita Bengert, For The Pitt News December 10, 2021
Informal literacy is emerging and allows a new era of writers to explore their creative style.
Opinion | The elderly should be part of our technological world

Opinion | The elderly should be part of our technological world

By Anna Fischer, Staff Columnist November 19, 2021
If we begin to encourage and assist the elderly in telling their stories online, we can create an archive of phenomenal history and learning opportunities.
Priya Gupta voted for the first time this year but had to track down a missing ballot after it was lost in the mail on the way from New Jersey to Pittsburgh.

First-time voters feel empowered, frustrated leading up to Election Day

By Thea Barrett, Staff Writer October 28, 2020
Priya Gupta is one of the 24 million Gen Z voters who will have the opportunity to vote on Election Day. Some first-time voters at Pitt described their thought process leading up to the election and the issues that sway them the most.
Editorial: Gen Z finally clapped back at unfair hate from baby boomers

Editorial: Gen Z finally clapped back at unfair hate from baby boomers

By The Pitt News Editorial Board October 30, 2019
"OK boomer" is the perfect answer to the ironic haughtiness of many baby boomers.
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