The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Pitt’s Career Center offer various services including resumé reviews and information about upcoming career and internship fairs.

Career Center, students offer interview advice

By Maggie Young, Staff Writer February 6, 2019
Resumé-building often starts in high school, but budding professionals usually lack the skills needed to prepare for an actual interview.
Get hired: a guide to your next job interview

Get hired: a guide to your next job interview

By Maggie Koontz, Senior Columnist September 12, 2018
Interviews aren’t difficult because of questions — but because you can only make one first impression on a potential employer. While resumes are important, so are your appearance and mannerisms.
At the close of his fourth year as Pitts chancellor, Patrick Gallagher talked with The Pitt News about the major milestones of the year.  (Photo by Christian Snyder)

Gallagher’s senior year: State funding, unions, #MeToo

By Ashwini Sivaganesh April 23, 2018

At this weekend’s graduation, Chancellor Patrick Gallagher will send off the first group of seniors he also witnessed start their first days of classes at Pitt four years ago. Like most of the graduating...

(Photo by Christian Snyder | Multimedia Editor)

Transcript: TPN’s interview with Chancellor Gallagher

This is a transcript of our entire interview with Chancellor Patrick Gallagher. Click here to read our story with more context. The Pitt News: Looking back on this year, what would you say stands out...

Venezuela is in dire situation under President Nicolas Maduro. (Illustration by Liam McFadden | Staff Illustrator)

Maduro vs the world: Venezuela’s hopeless crisis

By Saket Rajprohat | Senior Columnist September 19, 2017

The streets are filled with protesters. The shelves at grocery stores are empty, and pockets are even emptier. Right now, Venezuela looks bleak — and Veronica, a Venezuelan immigrant living in Pittsburgh...

Dr. John Welch speaks at the second campaign stop of his peoples campaign in February. John Hamilton | Editor-in-Chief

Q&A: Mayoral candidate John Welch talks affordable housing, water and putting “this Pittsburgh” first

By John Hamilton / Editor-in-Chief May 11, 2017

Reverend, doctor, professor, dean of students. John Welch is hoping to add Mayor of Pittsburgh to that résumé as he campaigns to unseat the incumbent, Mayor Bill Peduto, in Tuesday's Democratic primary...

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin: Quirky name, polished sound.

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin: Quirky name, polished sound.

By Vincent Smith / Staff Writer October 24, 2013

Phil Dickey, the lead singer, guitarist and occasional drummer of the band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, has always tried to “keep things simplified.” A few years back, Dickey was holding...

Immortal Technique drops a line on Syria and Political Hip Hop

By Jeff Ihaza / Senior Staff Writer September 26, 2013

In an era when hip-hop’s most political days seem long gone, artists like Immortal Technique have become something of a dying breed. However, that doesn’t make his message any less powerful. From the...

Bill Burr ignores critics, focuses on comedy

By John Lavanga / A&E Editor September 18, 2013

As a comedian, actor and radio personality, Bill Burr has developed a following for his blunt, everyman style of humor. Burr never holds back, going on riffs about his issues with women, American education,...

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