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We've kicked Puerto Rico down for far too long. It's time we help them back up. [Read More]
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The year was 1917. Neither the Cathedral of Learning nor the Pittsburgh Steelers existed yet, and Pitt's football team completed a perfect 10-0 season. [Read More]
Meister and Rice took to the stage Monday night to record a live podcast and share their worldly experiences with a crowd of about 100... [Read More]
Tags: Meister - Rice - Podcast
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Narduzzi discussed how the Pitt football team performed in Saturday's loss to NC State, focussing mostly on the changes at quarterback. [Read More]
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The Pitt women's tennis team competed in the ITA Atlantic Regional Championships over the weekend, but couldn't make it to the final rounds. [Read More]
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Although social media seems to be an inescapable part of daily life on campus, there are a number of students that are not interested in... [Read More]
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The office will allow Pitt students, staff and faculty to engage in more conversations about religion and secular spirituality. [Read More]
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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra played their program "Shostakovich Triumphant" Sunday at Heinz Hall Downtown with guest conductor Kryzsztof Urbanski. [Read More]
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Pitt's past and present WCE members serenaded an audience inside Heinz Chapel for its 90th Anniversary Fall Concert Sunday. [Read More]
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Marino is perhaps among the most ethically unqualified candidates that Trump could have chosen to direct the nation's drug policy. [Read More]
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Far from encouraging instability, transparency is exactly what is needed to put the debate surrounding the JFK assassination to rest. [Read More]
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Sherman Alexie, a Native American author of 26 books, spoke to several hundred people Sunday afternoon at the Carnegie Library Lecture Hall. [Read More]
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Every time I walk into the Kosher section of Market To-Go, I get back a part of a community where everyone around me shared the... [Read More]
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Pitt's men's and women's basketball teams opened their 2017-2018 season with Courtside at the Cathedral on Bigelow Blvd. Oct. 13. printPrint Leave a comment. [Read More]
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If Trump truly cares about improving health care coverage for all Americans, CHIP should be an easy, bipartisan first step. [Read More]
Pat Narduzzi has used two different quarterbacks in every game this season and in Saturday's 35-17 loss to NC State, he did not stray from... [Read More]
Taking on teams from Boston to Louisville, many of Pitt's teams fared well over the weekend — topping ranked teams and continuing streaks. [Read More]
Hundreds in Somalia on Sunday protested a deadly blast that killed 276 people in a busy shopping district in the country's deadliest single bomb attack. [Read More]
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Scrabis and other close friends said they've been recalling fond memories of Sheykhet since she was found dead in her home on Cable Place. [Read More]
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"Digits" plans to push scholarly publishing away from PDF format to better display it on the web, keeping it easily accessible and relevant. [Read More]
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