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Editorial | We somehow made it through midterms and are grateful

By The Pitt News Editorial Board October 19, 2021
But to our surprise, we’ve made it to midterms, our vaccination rates are high, cases have stayed relatively low and most importantly, our classes are still in person. 
Students walk to their classes at the Cathedral of Learning.

‘Makes me excited’: Students adjust from virtual to in-person classes

By Leanna Chae, For The Pitt News September 19, 2021
Now entering the second week of fully in-person classes, many Pitt students are still trying to adjust to running to meetings, racing to dining facilities and finding seats in big lecture halls.
Opinion | What is the in-person experience at Pitt like?

Opinion | What is the in-person experience at Pitt like?

By Jack Troy, Opinions Editor August 18, 2021
It’s a foregone conclusion that my class is going to have far less eventful first-year stories to tell.
Opinion | Dear seniors, I see you

Opinion | Dear seniors, I see you

By Julia Kreutzer, Senior Staff Columnist August 17, 2021
We’re supposed to soak up our last moments of college — in many ways, the last moments before being thrust into adulthood — without even fully knowing what we’ve missed. 
Opinion | Reflecting on a year in Zoom University

Opinion | Reflecting on a year in Zoom University

By Dalia Maeroff, Senior Staff Columnist April 20, 2021
We are all hoping for an in-person semester in the fall, but I want to acknowledge the bittersweet ending of our year at Zoom University.
Editorial | We’ve all had a tough year and that’s OK

Editorial | We’ve all had a tough year and that’s OK

By The Pitt News Editorial Board April 19, 2021
As we begin to close out this semester, congratulate yourself. As we gain meaningful ground against COVID-19, allow yourself to look forward.
Students worry about new finals schedule, format

Students worry about new finals schedule, format

By Millicent Watt, Staff Writer November 18, 2020
According to Pitt’s fall 2020 final exam schedule, 16 classes — mainly chemistry, economics and statistics classes — are allowed to have in-person final exams on Nov. 23 and Nov. 24, and web-based classes will have finals from Nov. 30 to Dec. 3.
Opinion | How to survive Zoom University at home

Opinion | How to survive Zoom University at home

By Dalia Maeroff, Staff Columnist October 13, 2020
Living at home while taking online classes is hard, but there are ways to make it bearable and even enjoyable. More from staff columnist Dalia Maeroff here:
Pitt’s Class of 2024 participated in a virtual Welcome Week from Aug. 16-18 to kick off an unconventional semester.

‘Alone, together’: First years build community in face of physically distanced fall

By India Krug and Priya Ray September 8, 2020
Many first-year students on campus this semester struggled with the decision of whether to take classes online from home, transfer to a different school or even take a gap year.
Culture editor Charlie Taylor was late to a zoom meeting because they got their chocolate churro flavored PopTart stuck in their toaster.

Editorial: Top 10 reasons you were late for your Zoom class

By The Pitt News Editorial Board September 3, 2020
You're still late to class everyday. We know. It’s hard. Not that you even need any, but here are our top 10 excuses for being late to a Zoom class. 
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