The Pitt News

Best Illustrations of 2016

Best Illustrations of 2016

By Pitt News Staff Illustrators

January 4, 2017

From politics to hamburgers, we're highlighting some of the best work by our staff illustrators from the past year.   ...

It’s time to separate the click bait from the news

It’s time to separate the click bait from the news

By Timothy Nerozzi / For The Pitt News

November 4, 2015

“Jeb Bush Continues ‘Death Spiral’ at GOP Debate” “Could Hillary Clinton Be a Sociopath?” “Thanks, Republicans! Your insane war on Planned Parenthood keeps making reproductive rights more popular” What is the most troubling aspect of the headlines? Is it the unprofessional wording? Is it the overhyped vocabulary that misrepresents situations? Is it the clear bias that...

Editorial: Candidates need to answer questions, not make excuses

Editorial: Candidates need to answer questions, not make excuses

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

November 2, 2015

Dr. Ben Carson on his 10-year relationship with the controversial medical supplement company, Mannatech, “That is total propaganda, and this is what happens in our society. Total propaganda.” Donald Trump on his website’s attack on Mark Zuckerberg for his stance on immigration, “I don’t...

Editorial: GOP inconsistent with Pope, Christian ideals

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

August 31, 2015

The pope has accepted the U.S. Congress’ cordial invitation to speak to the legislature on Sept. 24. Many of the politicians Pope Francis will address — particularly the Republicans — claim to be devout Christians. They’ve gone as far as to formulate their positions on certain political issues ...

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper
politics