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

Allison Schaeffer and Livia Daggett, copy chiefs.

Meet the Editors: Copy Desk

By Livia Daggett and Allison Schaeffer August 29, 2022
You won’t see our names on many stories this year, but behind the scenes, we’re reading each one before it goes to print, checking for AP style, ensuring accuracy of our reporting and giving feedback to writers.
Betul Tuncer, managing editor and Rebecca Johnson, editor-in-chief.

Meet the editors: The Chiefs

By Rebecca Johnson and Betul Tuncer August 29, 2022
The Pitt News is one of the largest student organizations on campus, with roughly 200 students participating. Students create all of the content for the paper, but who is in charge? It’s time to meet the chiefs.
Grace DeLallo and Rachel Soloff, opinions editors.

Meet the editors: Opinions

By Rachel Soloff and Grace DeLallo August 29, 2022
Welcome, one and all, to the opinions desk.
Sinead McDevitt, digital manager and Charlie Taylor, engagement editor.

Meet the editors: Digital

By Sinead McDevitt and Charlie Taylor August 29, 2022
The digital desk has one of the smaller staffs here at The Pitt News, but that doesn’t mean we can’t pack a punch! We’re bringing you content on a wide variety of topics, ranging from the latest album drops to death.
Diana Velasquez is the culture editor for the 2021-22 academic year.

Meet the editors: Culture

By Diana Velasquez, Culture Editor August 26, 2021
This year’s culture editor, Diana Velasquez, has everything from food festivals to zoo lantern nights on the docket. She can also speak some High Valyrian when prompted.
Sinead McDevitt (left) is the digital manager and Charlie Taylor (right) is the engagement editor for the 2021-22 academic year.

Meet the editors: Digital

By Sinead McDevitt and Charlie Taylor August 26, 2021
he digital desk has one of the smaller staffs here at The Pitt News, but that doesn’t mean we can’t pack a punch! We’re bringing you content on a wide variety of topics, ranging from the latest album drops to death.
Dalia Maeroff (left) and Jack Troy (right) are the opinions editors for the 2021-22 academic year.

Meet the editors: Opinions

By Dalia Maeroff and Jack Troy August 26, 2021
From advice on navigating a return to semi-normal campus life, to deep-dives into City politics all the way to bagel-based satire, opinions has you covered.
Pictured left to right, Millicent Watt, Natalie Frank and Martha Layne are the news editors for the 2021-22 academic year.

Meet the editors: News

By Natalie Frank, Martha Layne, and Millicent Watt August 26, 2021
Meet the three reasons why the news desk won the best and sexiest desk award last year. From staying up all night to cover SGB elections to calling up all your favorite Pitt admins, there’s no shortage of drive in this group of writers!
Visual Editor Sarah Cutshall, Assistant Visual Editor Kaycee Orwig, Assistant Visual Editor for multimedia Nate Kohler, and Layout Editor Maria Doku.

Meet the Editors: Visuals and Layout

None of us know exactly what this year is going to look like — but we do know that we will continue to show you an up-close view of whatever goes on in and around Pitt.
Maggie Young and Sarah Stager are the Copy Chiefs at The Pitt News.

Meet the Editors: Copy

By Maggie Young and Sarah Stager August 23, 2020
Copy desk serves a very real and pertinent role for a successful newspaper, even if you’ve never actually heard of it before.
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