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Sponsored by : We do valuable work as teachers & researchers at the Univ. of Pittsburgh. When decisions are made that impact our academic & work life, we deserve to have a voice. Learn more about our efforts to form a grad student employee union:
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HURRY! Polls close at 9PM TONIGHT:
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The documentary film “Burden of Genius” premiered almost exactly a year after Starzl passed away in March 2017, at the 2018 Cinequest Film Festival. The movie provides an excellent means to better get to know Starzl’s significance to the University.
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Just as nobody wants to take a photo of the sky with a KFC ad in the background, nobody wants to stargaze and see an advertisement for Pepsi. There are plenty of other places to creatively and effectively advertise, but the sky should be kept ad free.
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Between the manipulative relationship being portrayed as romantic and the flat, sometimes discriminatory characterization, “After” would have been better if left on paper, or better yet, stored in the depths of the mind of its creator.
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Months before it begins in earnest, the WNBA season was dealt a crushing blow. And while the incident was devastating, it is hopefully one that will drive long-lasting change for women’s basketball.
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From major comebacks to major upsets, the past week provided stunning losses for postseason favorites, but also the return of a fan favorite.
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Pennsylvania residents who wish to vote in the May 21 primary election must register to vote by next Monday. Learn more about the candidates on the ballot:
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As graduation approaches, a plethora of mixed emotions floods the minds of second-semester seniors. College graduation is bittersweet, and whether students are more nervous or excited often depends on their post-graduation plans.
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Pitt junior John Starr wins prestigious Beinecke scholarship. Check out the full story on the award here:
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Did you cast your vote for the final round of The Pitt News Bracket? Vote here before Thursday at 9PM:
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Breaking: Dr. Brian Primack, the dean of Pitt’s Honors College, will step down this summer and take a position at the University of Arkansas. Provost Ann Cudd will appoint an interim dean in the next few weeks.
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Upload your finals season events to the SGB sponsored Student Events Calendar!
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For you rising seniors and current seniors who aren’t sure what your post-grad plans look like yet, here’s a culmination of much of Digital Manager Anna's research.
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Tired of being out of the loop? Sign up for The Pitt News Newsletter! No BS. Just news once a week.
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After signing the most lucrative contract for a defensive player in NFL history, Aaron Donald gave some of that money back to the Pitt football program last Friday with a seven-figure donation.
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While our beloved Pittsburgh Panther is now a little more “Nightmare on Elm Street” than “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood,” it is definitely not the scariest thing in Oakland this time of year. Here are 10 things even scarier than Roc’s new look.
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Undocumented immigrants are not a danger to the country as a whole. That’s why sanctuary cities exist — to protect people that the president thinks he can use as a punishment.
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The Pitt News Apr 17
SGB met Tuesday night for its final meeting of the academic year and announced the new chairs for several board committees.
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