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Gallagher announces further steps to prevent sexual misconduct

Gallagher announces further steps to prevent sexual misconduct

By Rebecca Johnson, Benjamin Nigrosh, and Jon Moss

January 16, 2020

Pitt Chancellor Patrick Gallagher announced in a Thursday press release and at the Thursday afternoon Senate Council meeting that the University is expanding its community-driven response to prevent sexual misconduct.

Racial slurs case remains unsolved three months later

Racial slurs case remains unsolved three months later

By Jon Moss, News Editor

January 13, 2020

More than three months after two rounds of slurs targeted a black first-year student, Pitt has not been able to identify the perpetrator or group of perpetrators who committed the acts.

Diversity and inclusion leader to step down

Diversity and inclusion leader to step down

By Jon Moss, Assistant News Editor

November 20, 2019

Pam Connelly — Pitt’s vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion and leader of the Office of Diversity of Inclusion — will step down in early January.

An ‘unwanting’ feeling: Investigation ongoing into two slurs against black first-year student

An ‘unwanting’ feeling: Investigation ongoing into two slurs against black first-year student

By Jon Moss, Assistant News Editor

November 7, 2019

After returning from a Tyler, The Creator rap concert in the early hours of Sept. 25, Jamal Johnson just wanted to get ready for bed.

Social Justice Symposium explores generational gaps

Social Justice Symposium explores generational gaps

By Remy Samuels and Dominic Campbell | TPN Staff

January 19, 2018

When asked what buzzwords come to mind when talking about millennials, the words “entitled”, “self-centered”, “trophy kids” and “snowflakes” were blurted out from audience members. But Scott Zimmer assured them that, contrary to popular belief, millennials do not purposefully try to come...

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