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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

Opinion | I hate January with a burning passion — here’s why you should too

Opinion | I hate January with a burning passion — here’s why you should too

By Rachel Soloff, Opinions Editor February 11, 2022
January is a month of horrible weather, the end of the holiday season and Aquariuses celebrate their birthdays.
Satire | Top 10 resolutions you can keep in quarantine

Satire | Top 10 resolutions you can keep in quarantine

By Alex Dolinger, Senior Staff Columnist January 20, 2021
Whether we spend another year inching toward the ever-encroaching void or actually start interacting in public again, here are 10 ways I’m attempting to make 2021 a year to regret less than usual.

WOTS: New Decade Predictions

January 9, 2020

Hear what a few students have to say about what they think the future holds. P.S. - Artificial intelligence and Amazon's 'Alexa' may have something to do with this one!

Opinion | New Year’s Resolution: Talk Politics

Opinion | New Year’s Resolution: Talk Politics

By Julia Kreutzer, For The Pitt News January 7, 2019
Just as our political identities have changed, we must radically transform the way such debates and conversations are handled. This key change in our approach to political discourse is the perfect resolution to ensure 2019 is better than years prior.
Opinion | 2019: New year, same me

Opinion | 2019: New year, same me

By Allison Dantinne, Staff Columnist January 7, 2019
Big goals don’t usually pan out. So instead of focusing on big changes that I’m not even sure will make me feel like a better, more interesting person, this year I made a list of fun and achievable goals.
People celebrate New Year’s Eve in Playa del Inglés, Spain.

New Year’s traditions around the world

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor December 10, 2018
Here in America, the nation tunes in to watch the ball drop at midnight from Times Square, other nations celebrate the new year with their own traditions.
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