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Opinion | WW3 memes show a dangerous lack of understanding

Opinion | WW3 memes show a dangerous lack of understanding

By Julia Kreutzer, Senior Staff Columnist

January 12, 2020

Making memes out of political chaos is not the same as turning lemons into lemonade.

Panel sheds light on refugee mental health

Ashok Gurung, co-founder of the Bhutanese Community Association of Pittsburgh, was one of three panelists in an event Pitt FORGE hosted about refugee mental health. (Photo by Issi Glatts | Staff Photographer)

By Amanda Finney | Staff Writer

November 13, 2017

If you had to make a list of your four most important things, tangible or intangible, what would they be? This is the question panelist Sarah Faulx posed to 40 audience members Friday night in William Pitt Union Dining Room B. After encouraging them to take out their phones and make the list, she...

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