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Students voted for Developmental Psychology as “Best Class” in The Pitt News’ annual “Best Of” survey this year.

Developmental psych rated as ‘Best Class’

By Allison Radziwon, For The Pitt News February 24, 2021
Students voted for Developmental Psychology as “Best Class” in The Pitt News’ annual “Best Of” survey this year.
Op-Ed | Making Flex@Pitt more flexible

Op-Ed | Making [email protected] more flexible

[email protected] is actually inflexible, and in its current form will result in a suboptimal learning experience.
Pitt currently has a contract with Outlier to offer Calculus I and Intro to Psychology for credit throughout the summer.

Op-ed | A word of caution to students about Outlier courses

As an instructor of Introduction to Psychology at Pitt, I’d like to make you aware of some very big differences between the Intro to Psychology course that Outlier is offering and the Introduction to Psychology courses that Pitt offers outside of this contract with Outlier.
Pittsburgh Steelers fans celebrate their team’s 18-16 win over the Kansas City Chiefs during the AFC Divisional Playoff game on Jan. 15, 2017 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. (John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/TNS) (File Photo)

Analysis: Social implications of personal identification to sports

By David Leftwich | Senior Staff Writer January 24, 2018

The City of Pittsburgh took a collective gut punch last weekend as the Steelers suffered a 45-42 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars to end the season. Beyond the more than 60,000 people who flocked to...

(Illustration by Jordan Mondell / Contributing Editor)

Self-awareness snaps unconscious biases

By Vaibhavi Patria | Columnist January 10, 2018

Imagine you’re walking down Forbes Avenue one afternoon, and suddenly a man wearing a ski mask grabs your backpack and sprints away. You call the police immediately, and although the backpack is nowhere...

Illustration by Garrett Aguilar | Staff Illustrator

Don’t let groupthink ruin Greek life

By Vaibhavi Patria | For The Pitt News October 30, 2017

As Maxwell Gruver, a first-year at Louisiana State University, was wheeled into the hospital last month, his blood alcohol concentration was eight times the legal limit — nearly 0.5. Gruver, who was...

(Photo by Li Yi | Staff Photographer)

Christensen concentrates on couples conflict

By Sarah Frumkin | For The Pitt News October 6, 2017

Couples looking to get to the root of their problems may have found just the man to help them. Andrew Christensen — a professor from the University of California Los Angeles and a licensed clinical...

(Illustration by Liam McFadden | Staff Illustrator)

Dear social media: it’s not you, it’s my mental health

By Audreela Deb | For The Pitt News August 21, 2017

Ah, summer. The season of vacation getaways and seasonal internships. Afternoon barbecues and late night bonfires; Fourth of July pool parties and sunbathing trips to the beach. And there’s proof...

Editorial: Facebook: ‘Dislike’ button divisive

By The Pitt News Editorial Board September 16, 2015

What’s on your mind?” Facebook asks as you open its mobile app. More likely than not, what’s in the back of your mind while you use Facebook is your image — how your peers will perceive your...

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