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Pitt Tonight will return for its seventh season on Oct. 2, hosted by Victoria Chuah. The show is expected to film in front of a live studio audience in the Cathedral of Learning — a change from last year’s production which consisted of sketches on YouTube or guest interviews over Zoom.

Pitt Tonight ready to return in-person for next season

By Jessica McKenzie, Staff Writer August 31, 2021
Nothing compares to the introduction of a late night comedy show and the experience is especially thrilling when it’s filmed from the basement of the Cathedral of Learning, and the production is put on entirely by Pitt students.
Victoria Chuah, a junior majoring in computer science, will host Pitt Tonight this season.

Pitt Tonight gets silly while staying safe

By Sinead McDevitt, Staff Writer September 3, 2020
Pitt Tonight returned triumphantly on Aug. 30 with the virtual premier of its sixth season.
(From left) Voices slate’s Eric Macadangdang, Your slate’s Ravi Gandhi, Launch slate’s Tyler Viljaste and Cedric Humphrey, and independent Aman Reddy.

Your guide to the 2020 SGB elections

By Rebecca Johnson, Senior Staff Writer February 25, 2020
With the nation hotly debating the Democratic primary for the presidency, undergraduate students have the opportunity today to choose a leader much closer to home — the president and board members of Pitt’s Student Government Board.
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