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First-year point guard Marcus Carr became the second player from the Pitt men's basketball team to be officially granted his release from the program on... [Read More]
City police responded to an armed robbery at Hello Bistro Sunday night, according to a crime alert sent out Monday afternoon. [Read More]
Free & For Sale pages at Pitt are a constant virtual market, with users buying and selling items at all hours of the day and... [Read More]
Tags: Students - free - sale
Strutting around the stage of the Soldiers and Sailors auditorium, the two Pitt graduates hosting Dhirana — the national Indian classical dance competition held on... [Read More]
The makerspace at the Manufacturing Assistance Center, or MAC, of the Swanson School opened Friday morning. The space is designed to serve as a center... [Read More]
It was an up-and-down weekend for Pitt athletics, as some Panthers were at the hands of crushing defeat, while others found themselves above all the... [Read More]
All discussion participants came to an unanimous consensus — Pennsylvania's liquor laws are outdated, impractical and a danger to those they aim to protect. [Read More]
It was first trip to the championships for first-year diver Lydia Rosenthall, while seniors Lina Rathsack, Amanda Richey and Meme Sharp all made their third... [Read More]
Forys and Rahmani provided the only highlights of the Panthers' tournament, winning each of their first round matchups before falling on the second day of... [Read More]
Tags: Panthers - Forys - NCAA
Provided grad students work for their schools either as teaching assistants or in research or administrative roles — as most do — they function as... [Read More]
The Panthers have now received nine total requests for release from either current players or committed recruits since the firing of former men's basketball coach... [Read More]
Young teaches Irish Culture and Traditions along with levels one, three and five of Gaeilge — the predominant language of the Irish people for most... [Read More]
let's get one thing straight. The Shamrock Shake is not a middle-of-the-road food group. One cannot simply "take it or leave it." Whether you think... [Read More]
Pitt's investment in immunotherapy cancer treatment is clearly in line with the University's mission. But a growing number of students and faculty are calling on... [Read More]
Tags: Pitt - Board - Trustees
While the Pitt swimming and wrestling teams send their top individuals to compete at end-of-season tournaments, the baseball and softball squads are just beginning to... [Read More]
While Pitt may not have qualified for this year's NCAA tournament … or the NIT … or the CBA, there are plenty of other things... [Read More]
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