The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Members of the Pagans at Pitt club eat lemon cake during their Ostara celebration to commemorate the Spring equinox last Sunday.

‘Connected to nature’: Pagans at Pitt reflect on spring, spirituality

By Clare Sheedy, Contributing Editor March 27, 2022
Founded last semester by Kaitlin Keslar, a senior psychology major, the Pagans at Pitt club meets weekly on Sundays in the Cathedral of Learning. About 10 people are active in the club.
SCCC club members meet in Posvar Hall in fall 2021.

‘Anything is a step forward’: Student organization investigates cold cases

By Daniel Okren, For The Pitt News March 21, 2022
The campus group Students Conquering Cold Cases investigates unsolved cases from around the Pittsburgh region. Founded in 2015, the club provides students an opportunity to get hands-on experience with investigating authentic case files.
Zachary Fields, left, and Edie Fields, co-hosts of South x South Oakland, sit in the WPTS radio station.

WPTS Radio curates a welcoming environment at Pitt

By Arianna Rios, For The Pitt News February 17, 2022
WPTS is Pitt’s on-campus radio station founded in 1984, and is considered an “all hands on deck” student-run organization by the station’s managers. Students and community members can tune in to the station at 92.1 FM or on iHeartRadio.
Members of Street Medicine at Pit outside of the Carnegie Library in Oakland before they begin their rounds to provide medical care, food and support to homeless people.

‘We go where they are’: Street Medicine at Pitt provides care to homeless people

By Quentin Tan, Staff Writer January 23, 2022
Street Medicine at Pitt aims to provide acute medical care, food and support to homeless people through weekly visits around Oakland.
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