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Hadar Galron spins comedy from Orthodox roots
Pittsburgh notables make Forbes ‘30 under 30’
Local and international students celebrate Japanese coming of age

Pitt football hires Mark Whipple as next offensive coordinator

After 10 days without an offensive coordinator, the wait for a new Pitt play-caller is over — the football program announced Monday that Mark Whipple, who most recently served as the head coach of University...

Weekend Sports: Wrestling, gymnastics notch quality finishes

Several of Pitt’s athletic teams put on a strong showing over weekend, with the gymnastics team breaking multiple program records and the wrestling team continuing its dominant start to the season. In...

Women’s basketball loses nail-biter to Boston College, 59-55

While the Pitt women’s basketball team played a more competitive match than in its first two ACC games, the Panthers still couldn’t get the win against Boston College and fell in a close 59-55 contest...

Pitt upsets No. 11 Florida State 75-62
Chancellor Gallagher receives raise, additional incentive
Pitt appoints counseling center director


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In an event hosted by TEDxPittsburghWomen, eight notable women in the Pittsburgh community spoke individually about what "showing up" - the event's them - meant to them.

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November 30, 2018

Editorial: Trump administration threatens women’s health care

By The Pitt News Editorial Board
12:21 am

The Obama-era requirement that companies provide access to free birth control to employees seems to be temporarily safe from the Trump administration, but as always under this president, the fate of women’s health care still hangs in the balance.

Opinion | Schumer and Pelosi are hypocritical in fight for border wall

By Hayden Timmins, Staff Columnist
January 14, 2019

Schumer and Pelosi seem more comfortable with spending taxpayers’ dollars on useless projects rather than giving Trump 0.14 percent of the yearly budget to help prevent the illegal entry and re-entry of criminals

Opinion | Point-Counterpoint: Forgive Kevin Hart already

By Cammy Morsberger, Staff Columnist
January 13, 2019

The best apology is said not with words but with action — Hart’s has grown and changed since his tweets years ago. His conduct indicates his regret, and it’s time that we forgive him.

No. 15 NC State narrowly escapes with 86-80 win over Pitt

By Trent Leonard, Sports Editor
January 12, 2019

Panthers played exceptionally for most of the game, but made a few little mistakes that cost them what would have been a monumental second straight ACC win.

No. 8 Wolfpack mauls Pitt, 63-34

By Dominic Campbell, Staff Writer
January 11, 2019

In a game which set a historically low scoring mark for the program, Pitt women’s basketball lost its second straight ACC game to No. 8 NC State, 63-34, on the road Thursday night.

What are the odds: Bet on Foles, Rivers in NFL playoffs

By Colin Martin, Staff Writer
January 10, 2019

When it comes to the NFL playoffs, Nick Foles has proven that you should never bet against him.

“On the Basis of Sex” highlights RBG’s early days

By Elizabeth Donnelly, Staff Writer
January 14, 2019

The new film “On the Basis of Sex” follows RBG’s journey through the early days of her legal career, starting with her time at the Harvard Law program.

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Small Mall hosts self-care workshop

By Alexa Marzina, Staff Writer
January 10, 2019

Lawrenceville’s Small Mall hosted a zine-based workshop centered around self care last night, lead by artist Atiya Jones.

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Golden Globe-winning film ‘Roma’ hits home for Alfonso Cuaron

By Maya Best, Staff Writer
January 10, 2019

Alfonso Cuaron's “Roma” has won a number of awards this year, including the 2018 Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film.

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New Year’s traditions around the world

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor
December 10, 2018

Here in America, the nation tunes in to watch the ball drop at midnight from Times Square, other nations celebrate the new year with their own traditions.

Exploring the Boot with Grace: navigating groceries

By Grace McGinness, Columnist
December 6, 2018

Essentially, there are two types of grocery shopping in Florence. One is simple and familiar. The other, though far more involved, can be unexpectedly rewarding.

Exploring the Boot with Grace: Studying while abroad

By Grace McGinness, Columnist
November 9, 2018

Some students become so excited over their study abroad experience and all the extra bonuses that come with it like new food, new experiences and new friends that they forget their main obligation — studying.

TEDxPittsburghWomen leaves audience with definition of “showing up”

By Dylan Giacobbe, Staff Writer | November 30, 2018

In an event hosted by TEDxPittsburghWomen, eight notable women in the Pittsburgh community spoke individually about what "showing up" - the event's them - meant to them.

GALLERY: Pitt Panthers defeat Virginia Tech Hokies, 52-22

By TPN Staff | November 10, 2018

Pitt Panthers defeat Virginia Tech Hokies, 52-22, during their last home game of the season Nov. 10.

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