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Police Blotter: March 11-March 17

Police Blotter: March 11-March 17

By News Editors March 18, 2021
Liquor law violations, criminal mischief and more in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: March 4 -March 10

Police Blotter: March 4 -March 10

By News Editors March 12, 2021
Liquor law violations, arrests and more in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Nov. 5-Nov. 11

Police Blotter: Nov. 5-Nov. 11

By News Editors November 13, 2020
Underage drinking, criminal mischief and more in this week’s police blotter.
Police Blotter: Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Police Blotter: Oct. 29-Nov. 4

By News Editors November 6, 2020
A verbal domestic, public urination and more in this week’s police blotter.
At SGB Tuesday night, President Eric Macadangdang remembered Pitt’s “Stronger than Hate” vigil on the Cathedral lawn in response to the Tree of Life massacre.

SGB remembers Tree of Life massacre

By Nathan Fitchett, Senior Staff Writer October 28, 2020
Student Government Board held a moment of silence for the Tree of Life massacre at its Tuesday night meeting, acknowledging the victims who lost their lives at the nearby synagogue two years ago.
California-based Christian musician Sean Feucht hosted a worship service with about 200 people in Schenley Park this afternoon, where few attendees were wearing masks or social distancing.

Large crowd, few masks at Schenley Park worship service

By Rebecca Johnson and Jon Moss October 19, 2020
California-based Christian musician Sean Feucht hosted a worship service Sunday evening at Schenley Park’s Flagstaff Hill that drew about 200 people. Few attendees of the “Let Us Worship” outdoor concert wore masks or were socially distanced.
A Pitt police town hall was held Thursday via Zoom.

Pitt police town hall addresses transparency, communication with students

By Thea Barrett, Staff Writer October 19, 2020
Pitt police Chief James Loftus and Commander Eric Holmes, the chief of staff of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, participated in the event along with University administration and Pitt security subcontractor Allied Security. The Student Government Board, Student Affairs and the Black Senate organized the town hall.
Pitt’s Student Government Board introduced a resolution demanding the creation of a mandatory three-credit Black studies at Tuesday night’s virtual meeting.

SGB introduces resolution supporting mandatory Black studies class

By Nathan Fitchett, Staff Writer October 14, 2020
SGB will post the resolution on its website this week for public comment and review and will vote on it at next Tuesday's meeting. Along with announcing the new resolution, SGB also discussed new COVID-19 updates, future meetings with Pitt police, constitutional revisions and upcoming SGB elections.
Eric Macadangdang, president of the Student Government Board, said SGB plays an active role in redirecting the “enforcement responsibility” for COVID-19 rules from police to other outlets.

Pitt police, SGB work to enforce COVID safety protocols, form new student advisory committee

By Natalie Frank, Staff Writer October 14, 2020
Instead of heavy enforcement of COVID-19 protocols by Pitt police, Pitt has taken on a student-led approach through SGB and University collaborative programs to implement strategies to ensure campus safety.
Student Government Board met Tuesday night via Zoom.

SGB addresses Tower B quarantine, dining concerns

By Nathan Fitchett, Staff Writer October 7, 2020
Besides discussing the state of the pandemic on campus, SGB also talked about its meeting with Compass Group, the ongoing Mental Health Awareness Month and the kickoff of SGB’s new civic advising program.
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