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SGB seeks to squander smoking on campus
Pitt Law hosts Constitution Day panel
Pittsburgh preps for festivals, frights, food and more this fall

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...

Students study and slumber in newly renovated Hillman Library

Whether this is a student’s first month ever at Pitt or the seventh or eighth time they’re starting a new semester, they’re going to need a comfortable venue to study. Hillman Library is always a...

University Senate Council talks state budget, unionization

The future is uncertain for Pennsylvania’s state budget — and it could involve students paying significantly more for college. About 20 people gathered with Chancellor Patrick Gallagher Wednesday...

Cruze Bar is here to stay — but only for a little while longer
SGB hosts bi-annual Safety Fair
Pitt Law hosts Constitution Day panel

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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 seeks to squander smoking on campus

By Emily Wolfe, For The Pitt News
1:11 am

By Ashley Priore and Janine Faust, The Pitt News Staff
1:01 am

By Noah Manalo, Staff Writer
September 18, 2018

Emmys emulate Hollywood’s shortcomings

By The Pitt News Editorial Board
1:05 am

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.

New Pa. prison policies only oppress prisoners

By Jason Henriquez, For The Pitt News
12:58 am

PA Department of Corrections unveiled a set of bureaucratic policies for prisons designed to prevent recent drug trafficking incidents. But these policies won't protect citizens or inmates.

Focus on science — not profit — when passing laws

By Brian Gentry, Contributing Editor
September 18, 2018

As temperatures rise and extreme weather events become increasingly common, we need to anticipate the expected changes in climate and modify our plans for public and private infrastructure accordingly.

Men’s soccer tops Detroit Mercy, 2-0, in second straight win

By Dominic Campbell, Staff Writer
12:54 am

The Pitt men’s soccer team scored two quick second-half goals to win 2-0 against the Detroit Mercy Titans Tuesday night at Ambrose Urbanic Field.

Q&A: Jodi Hermanek brings fresh perspective to Pitt softball

By Tessa Sayers, Staff Writer
12:20 am

The Pitt News sat down with Hermanek after her first series as head coach, a 2-0 sweep against Slippery Rock, to see what her plans are for the softball program and learn more about who she is.

Athletic trainers find balance between sports and medicine

By Ben Zimmer, Staff Writer
September 17, 2018

For athletic trainers like Jennifer Csonka, the career path was the perfect balance between sports and medicine. Whether on the field or off the field, Pitt's athletic trainers are at every game, ready to take on any injuries whenever they occur.

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

By Sarah Connor, Culture Editor
September 18, 2018

From campus to Kennywood, there is something for students to enjoy this fall— even if they can only make it out of the library once this spooky season.

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Interning internationally: resume building goes worldwide

By Victoria Pfefferle-Gillot, Staff Writer
September 13, 2018

Studying abroad is something most students dream of doing, but now they can gain work experience while embracing a new culture.

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Music majors look forward to harmonious futures

By Emma Maurice, Staff Writer
September 13, 2018

Oftentimes, the only way most students can balance employment and pursue their love of music is to double majors. At Pitt, study related areas with music.

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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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