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Global issues localized at human rights panel
Thrival Festival explores humans and technology
SGB hosts bi-annual Safety Fair

Pitt Law hosts Constitution Day panel

The bitterly contested 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was adopted in 1868 to address citizenship rights for former slaves — and 150 years later, some Pitt law professors think it’s still not...

Pittsburgh preps for festivals, frights, food and more this fall

As the excitement of O-Week wears off, the grind of day-to-day class schedules kicks in and midterm and flu seasons approach, it can be hard for students to get out and enjoy the entertaining events taking...

Athletic trainers find balance between sports and medicine

While considering a career path, Jennifer Csonka knew for sure that she wanted to go into medicine. But she couldn’t shake the idea of working in sports, so she decided on a position that combined her...

Panther Grille serves sustainability
Global issues localized at human rights panel
SGB hosts bi-annual Safety Fair

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Marcel Walker, Pittsburgh-based illustrator and comic-book artist, visits the University of Pittsburgh at the "Art for Change" event.

September 14, 2018


SGB announces continued support for tobacco-free campus

By Emily Wolfe, For The Pitt News
September 19, 2018

By Remy Samuels, Staff Writer
1:38 am

By Ashley Priore and Janine Faust, The Pitt News Staff
September 19, 2018

Editorial: Kavanaugh sexual assault investigation necessary

By The Pitt News Editorial Board
1:31 am

Although Ford’s sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh appear credible, Republicans have decided to forego an investigation — but they shouldn't be so dismissive of alleged victims.

Dear Pitt: without waterless urinals, urine trouble

By Joshua Jordan, Staff Columnist
12:53 am

Installing waterless urinals is the perfect way to reduce water and energy consumption — which is a huge part of Pitt’s sustainability plan.

Emmys emulate Hollywood’s shortcomings

By The Pitt News Editorial Board
September 19, 2018

Emmys ratings dropped dramatically this year — proving that Hollywood has lost touch with everyday Americans on all sides of the political spectrum. This becomes more clear with every passing awards season.

Volleyball sweeps Virginia in ACC opener

By Alex Lehmbeck, Staff Writer
12:22 am

The Panthers came into Wednesday night’s game riding a perfect 5-0 record in ACC openers, and extended that streak to six with a dominant 3-0 win over the Cavaliers.

Column: Pitt is a volleyball school now

By Stephen Thompson, For the Pitt News
September 19, 2018

The Pitt volleyball team is driven, experienced and talented — and they deserve all the support our Panther community can give them.

Take 5: Patriots, pass-rush, Patrick Mahomes

By The Pitt News Staff
September 19, 2018

In a week with an abundance of compelling NFL storylines, The Pitt News staff provides some insight on the top talking points.

Thrival Festival explores humans and technology

By Elizabeth Donnelly, Staff Writer
1:22 am

Thrival is an annual festival that explores the connections between people and important parts of their society — technology and music.

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Pittsburgh Fashion Week hosts panel

By Charlie Garcia-Weger, Staff Writer
1:04 am

The Pittsburgh fashion community crafted its own version Wednesday night with a discussion of fashion's future — including the integration of technology.

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Cruze Bar is here to stay — but only for a little while longer

By Shahum Ajmal, Contributing Editor
September 18, 2018

After seven years of service to the Pittsburgh community, the LGBTQ+ club, Cruze Bar, is still closing — but not for another few months.

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Photos: Pitt Football vs. Georgia Tech

By Sarah Cutshall and Thomas Yang | September 15, 2018

On a sunny Saturday afternoon, Pitt fans witnessed a complete turn-around of Panther football. Exhibiting a major improvement from last week’s game against Penn State, the Panthers showed promise both offensively and defensively in a home game against Georgia Tech — maintaining a consistent lead throughout the game. Read the full article here.

September 14, 2018

Marcel Walker, Pittsburgh-based illustrator and comic-book artist, visits the University of Pittsburgh at the "Art for Change" event.

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