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Terry Lucas, the general manager of The Pitt News, is set to retire at the end of September after 35 years at the paper.

Longtime TPN general manager to retire after 35 years at paper

By Natalie Frank, Staff Writer September 8, 2020
When Terry Lucas started working at The Pitt News at 27 years old, he had no idea that two years on the job would turn into more than three decades.
The Pitt News will publish one print edition per week on Wednesdays, but will continue to break news and post online daily.

The Pitt News to switch to weekly print editions

By Martha Layne, Assistant News Editor August 23, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Pitt News has reduced print editions this academic year from four days a week to only Wednesdays.

Letter from the Editor: The Pitt News is still publishing daily, but only online

By Janine Faust, Editor-in-chief March 15, 2020

Dear readers,  Prior to spring break, we at The Pitt News, along with the rest of the Pitt community, expected to return to campus in mid-March and resume business as usual.  But since Wednesday,...

Senior Staff Columnist Julia Kreutzer writes for the opinions desk.

Opinion | Student Press Freedom Day: a glimpse into student journalism

By Julia Kreutzer, Senior Staff Columnist January 29, 2020
In honor of Student Press Freedom Day — a national holiday dedicated to celebrating student journalists and emphasizing the need to promote their independence and rights without censorship — I wanted to explain what it is we do here.
The Pitt News has been active since 1910.

Pressing the student press: Inside the TPN newsroom

By Nathan Fitchett, For The Pitt News January 29, 2020
In honor of Student Press Freedom Day, we’ve decided to report on something that we don’t often cover — ourselves.
The Pitt News was founded in 1910 and has been publishing daily since the 1970s.

Bras, Druids, 7-Eleven: Our most-read stories of the decade

By Elise Lavallee, Contributing Editor December 9, 2019
Here are some of the stories that our readers found most intriguing and thought-provoking — or at least clickable — over the past decade. 
The Pitt News wins 13 collegiate journalism awards

The Pitt News wins 13 collegiate journalism awards

By Janine Faust, Editor-in-chief October 11, 2019

Staff members at The Pitt News received thirteen awards in eleven different categories from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for print stories published between June 11, 2018 through June 10,...

Old News: When Pitt and ROTC clashed on anti-gay policy

Old News: When Pitt and ROTC clashed on anti-gay policy

By Emily Wolfe, Contributing Editor September 26, 2019
Old News is a new bi-weekly blog dragging up ancient Pitt history. This week, News Editor Emily Wolfe takes us back to 1990 when campus groups tried to push Pitt to break ties with the ROTC because of its discriminatory sexuality policies.
Editorial: Why TPN didnt endorse candidates for midterm elections

Editorial: Why TPN didn’t endorse candidates for midterm elections

By The Pitt News Editorial Board November 6, 2018
Here at The Pitt News, we don’t believe in endorsing electoral candidates — it’s wholly unnecessary and it tarnishes our image as an honest, objective newspaper.
The Pitt News has cut print back from five days a week for the first time since 1997. (Photo by Anna Bongardino | Visual Editor)

The Pitt News cuts Friday print, launches digital day

By Hannah Schneider, Assistant News Editor August 30, 2018
After more than 20 years of printing five days a week, The Pitt News is cutting Friday print production. The decision, made by The Pitt News Advisory Board, was finalized in March. The group decision was made to free up editorial time to create more digital content and foster a sustainable digital business model.
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