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Editorial: 60 Minutes’ sexist interview with New Zealand PM

Editorial: 60 Minutes’ sexist interview with New Zealand PM

By The Pitt News Editorial Board

February 28, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinions

President Donald Trump is known for his off-the-cuff remarks in speeches and interviews, but it’s highly unlikely we’ll ever see the day when laundry or his baby’s birth is the topic up for discussion. When you sit down to watch an interview with a world leader, you expect to hear question...

Hold Greek Life to a higher standard

Hold Greek Life to a higher standard

By Neena Hagen | Columnist

January 30, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinions

From Penn State to Florida State, colleges across the country have been joining an ever-lengthening list of schools with recent high-profile fraternity fatalities tarnishing their records. And just last week, Pitt nearly joined that list, too. A member of the Sigma Chi fraternity chapter on campus was hospi...

Dr. Who takes on a new enemy: sexism

Dr. Who takes on a new enemy: sexism

By Elise Lavallee | Columnist

August 21, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

Dr. Who has faced many adversaries over the past 54 years — daleks, cybermen, weeping angels — all of which the Time Lord has defeated. But this season, the 13th Doctor is up against a new kind of rival — sexism. The character will take its first female form this year, as Dr. Who will be played b...

Column: Greek life promotes dangerous, elitist culture

Column: Greek life promotes dangerous, elitist culture

By Christian Snyder, Opinions Editor

July 4, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

At Penn State’s fraternity Beta Theta Pi’s Bid Night, on a cold February night in State College, Timothy Piazza fractured his skull and ruptured his spleen when he fell down a flight of stairs. His fraternity brothers called an ambulance nearly 12 hours later after slapping him, sitting on him ...

Sports Journalism needs, deserves more female representation

Sports Journalism needs, deserves more female representation

By Jordan Mondell | Contributing Editor

June 14, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

It’s halftime during the Pitt vs Duke game at Heinz Field. The photo room is warm and abuzz with chatter — most Pittsburgh-based photographers know one another and are sharing inside jokes and quips as they upload their first half shots to their respective publications. I felt remarkably out of place for no discer...

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