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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University stocks several fruits and vegetables in the pop-up grocery store that opened in the old New Balance storefront on Monday.

Not a mirage: Oakland no longer food desert

By Hannah Schneider, Assistant News Editor September 24, 2018
The Grocery Pop-Up opened yesterday in the old New Balance storefront on Forbes Avenue, marking the end of a drought on campus since the closing of the IGA.
The Market on Forbes IGA closed last April after nine years of serving the Oakland community. While students appreciated the convenience and location of one of the few food markets in Oakland, competition with bigger grocery stores made it difficult for IGA to stay open. (The Pitt News File Photo)

Produce at Pitt: New grocery store comes to Oakland

By Remy Samuels | Staff Writer May 30, 2018

As Pitt transitions into the fall semester, students can finally stop mourning the loss of 7-Eleven and welcome the new grocery store that is coming to Forbes Avenue. Although Slurpees will no longer be...

Chelsea Huddleston, Ellie Cadden and Madelyn Ferdock (left to right) plant a white oak tree on the Cathedral lawn to commemorate Pitt unveiling its new plan for sustainability. (Photo by Elise Lavallee | Contributing Editor)

University presents plan for sustainability

By Elise Lavallee and Caroline Bourque December 8, 2017

When Ward Allebach took the podium — immediately slipping a Christmas-themed Hawaiian shirt over his button-up and placing a Santa hat on his head — he described what he had in mind for a sustainability...

Whole Foods partnership with Amazon could be a positive, if the food retailers values win out. (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Next-day shopping? How Whole Foods and Amazon could change the game

By Levko Karmazyn | For The Pitt News September 5, 2017

You could never accomplish today what John Mackey and Renee Lawson did in 1978 Austin, Texas. The college-dropout couple opened what would eventually become Whole Foods, which Amazon bought in August for...

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