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Fall foliage surrounds Hillman Library.

Editorial | The Pitt News editors’ favorite fall activities

By The Pitt News Editorial Board October 23, 2023
Figuring out how to spend these precious weeks of fall can be challenging, but The Pitt News Editorial Board is here to help. Here are just a few of our editors favorite activities for the fall season.
Fuku Tea welcomes customers at the corner of Forbes and Oakland avenues.

Opinion | My favorite boba places in Oakland

By Kelly Xiong, Senior Staff Columnist October 17, 2023

Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite “sweet tweat” is boba. Luckily for me, there are numerous places to get boba near campus. I think I can confidently say at this point that I’ve tried each...

From cheerleaders to poets — sapphic media recommendations to check out this Pride Month

By Ryleigh Lord, Culture Editor June 6, 2023
To celebrate Pride Month, Culture Editor Ryleigh Lord has compiled a list of sapphic television shows, movies and books recommendations to discover this month — and year-round.
Campus Life | Favorite Shows & Movies

Campus Life | Favorite Shows & Movies

By Shriya Yadamreddi, Staff Writer February 23, 2023
This week on Campus Life, Shriya Yadamreddi talks about a few of her favorite shows and movies she likes to have on in the background or watch on a rainy and cold day.
Alex’s yellow lab, Wrecks Goliath, lies in a mud puddle.

April Fools edition | What my dog recommends doing during quarantine

By Alex Dolinger, Staff Columnist March 31, 2020
These are exciting times. There’s one riveting event after another these days, and I’m here to share some things you can do to have a life as exciting as dear, sweet Wrecks. 
Staff Picks: Podcast Recommendations

Staff Picks: Podcast Recommendations

By The Pitt News Staff July 9, 2019
Podcasts have gained popularity recently, with many gaining widespread critical acclaim, such as the true crime podcast “Serial,” or even being adapted into television shows, like “Homecoming,” starring Julia Roberts.
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