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Enter for your chance to win a SKI WEEKEND GETAWAY for two at Seven Springs! Find the attached symbols in the Nov. 29th edition of The Pitt News and tag your friends for your chance to win!
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Are you that one friend always quoting vines? Boy do we have the event for you tonight. Check the SGB sponsored Student Events Calendar for more information.
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With Fantasy Football Playoffs right around the corner, it’s more important than ever to make sure you have the best players. Whether you’re looking for a first round bye or just need to get in, you can read the best moves to make here:
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The Polish Festival has been taking place in Pittsburgh every November for the past 33 years, and this year the festival brought many people to Cathy.
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Avoiding meats, toxic foods and making overall healthy eating choices is obviously good for the body. The effect these choices have on the environment are surprisingly just as good. More in column:
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Ninety female undergraduate students will gather Saturday for the third annual Pitt Women’s Leadership Experience, where they will hear from speakers, connect with one another and enhance their leadership skills.
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Pitt basketball continued to dominate in its 84-75 win over Troy Monday night. Read the full recap here:
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The students in “Much Ado About Nothing” managed to memorize their lines for the very first day of rehearsal in order to grapple with the Shakespearean lines.
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After a rough start to the season, Pitt Football is looking to make history by being the first team in program history to make it to the ACC Championship game.
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Macron’s message is clear, and one we need to hear. Allowing nationalism to overtake the globe didn’t end well the first time — we should beware falling to it again. More in today's editorial:
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The Pitt News Nov 12
Along with coach Capel, there are plenty of new faces on the men’s roster. First-year guard Xavier Johnson is the standout so far, emerging as the team’s focal point. Read more about the Pitt men's basketball encouraging wins:
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Pittsburgh is ranked the eighth worst city in the country for particle pollution by the American Lung Association and received straight-F grades for particle pollution and ozone levels. Find out why here:
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We need adequate resources for survivors of mass shootings. One of these ordeals is hard enough to process and deal with — but they’ve become commonplace to the point that more than one person at the bar in California has been through two of them.
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The Pitt News Nov 12
On the cross country team, junior Sam Shields punched her ticket to nationals with All-Region honors, while the women’s basketball and volleyball teams dominated their opponents. Read our full sports weekend recap here:
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Trump’s tumultuous relationship with the media has quickly become a defining characteristic of his presidency. But this war against the media represents a threat to one of democracy’s most basic fundamentals rights — freedom of the press. More in column:
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Leon Ford is challenging 10-year 9th District incumbent the Rev. Ricky Burgess for his City Council seat. The 9th District includes the neighborhoods of East Liberty, Homewood, Friendship, Garfield, Larimer, North Point Breeze and Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar.
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The Pitt News Nov 12
It’s not just encouraging that the Panthers are winning, but rather how they are winning. With new head coach Jeff Capel at the helm, Pitt is playing a fast and aggressive brand of basketball, forcing turnovers and scoring points in transition.
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