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Opinion | How much do classic novels actually have to say?

Opinion | How much do classic novels actually have to say?

By Leah Mensch, Opinions Editor

February 18, 2020

Short answer — not as much as you think.

Podcasts and prose: TPN’s entertainment picks for the summer

Pitt News Staff chose their favorite books and podcasts. (Photos via Flickr)

By TPN Staff

July 19, 2017

When we’re not busy writing, some of us at The Pitt News try to find time to read a book or listen to a podcast. Here are suggestions to kick back with and enjoy before classes resume in a few short weeks. BOOKS “The Mysteries of Pittsburgh” by Michael Chabon — Sarah Morris / For the Pit...

Paperback writers: new Pitt course turns students into authors

Terry Tan | Senior Staff Illustrator

By Sarah Schneider / for The Pitt News

February 18, 2016

Katelyn Prosachik’s dream growing up was to be a government spy — but while that dream hasn’t materialized in real life, a Pitt class is keeping her fantasy alive.  Prosachik is writing a novel about a fictitious 17-year-old version of herself, a teenaged federal government-recruited spy. “Th...

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