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

A customer orders at Ethel’s, located between Lawrence Hall and Hillman Library.

Ethel’s breakfast food truck brings a 1950s diner experience to Pitt

By Nada Abdulaziz, Senior Staff Writer April 18, 2024

As the sunshine started permeating Pitt’s campus, so did the aroma of Ethel’s. Nestled in the walkway between Lawrence, Posvar and Hillman, Ethel’s stands out as the latest addition to Pitt Eats’...

The entrance to The Eatery in Litchfield Towers.

Pitt Eats announces major renovations of The Eatery

By Alexandra Ross, Assistant News Editor February 10, 2023
Just a few years after Market Central officially became The Eatery, Pitt’s largest dining hall will undergo another significant rebrand — this time, of the actual dining space.
Student Government Board at its weekly meeting in Nordy’s Place Tuesday night.

SGB talks task force initiatives, student leader stipends

By Pamela Smith, Contributing Editor November 16, 2022
Student Government Board plans to raise student leader stipends funded by “unused” funds from the student activities fee, according to SGB President Danielle Floyd.
Kathryn Lavelle (left) and Steve Schurr, representatives from Pitt Eats, speak at Student Government Board’s weekly meeting in Nordys Place on Tuesday night.

SGB hosts Pitt Eats reps, discusses Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Donata Massimiani, Staff Writer April 6, 2022
Representatives from Pitt Dining made an appearance at SGB’s Tuesday evening meeting for a Q&A, where the team addressed concerns about meal plans and shared future dining plans.
Pitt recently installed eco-friendly “Babylon Micro-Farms” to dining halls in an effort to foster a more sustainable dining experience.

Pitt brings eco-friendly Babylon Farm machines to the dining halls

By Gabriella Garvin, For The Pitt News January 28, 2022
Walking into the dining halls this semester, Pitt students can find Pitt Eats staff using four large glass machines flourishing with herbs. These transparent fridge-like structures represent the next step toward a more sustainable campus.
Pitts new Smokeland BBQ food truck at a launch event in front of the William Pitt Union on Friday afternoon.

Pitt Eats launches new barbecue-themed food truck

By Maria Scanga, Staff Writer August 7, 2021
Oakland is about to get a lot smokier this fall semester. Pitt student’s meal options have recently expanded to include a brand new food truck, Smokeland BBQ, boasting freshly made and locally sourced barbecue.
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