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With social media, love is not quite as romantic. Technology has seemingly transformed dating into a game of swiping left and right. [Read More]
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Zechariah Brown will serve as president of Pitt's Student Government Board during the 2019-20 school year, after winning 62 percent of the vote against Albert... [Read More]
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Brown was elected to SGB along with his entire slate and five other candidates, who will soon begin meeting with the current board. [Read More]
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The Women's Swimming and Diving ACC Championships begin this week, and John Hargis is optimistic about Pitt's chances despite the difficulties of the meet. [Read More]
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Not only does Burris' new assignment indicate a condonement of the whitewashing of racism, but it flies in the face of journalistic ethics. [Read More]
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With National Signing Day in the books and the Panthers 15 days away from spring camp, now is a good time to evaluate the current... [Read More]
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A U.S.-backed militia has sent trucks to the edge of Islamic State's dwindling territory in eastern Syria to evacuate hundreds of civilians as well as... [Read More]
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Former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams told a congressional subcommittee examining ways to boost voting rights that a toxic combination of "incompetence and malfeasance"... [Read More]
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It's SGB election day! Brush up on these candidates' platforms and then head over to elections.pitt.edu to vote. [Read More]
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A recent research study by the University of Pittsburgh reveals that the rise in eating disorders are linked to a higher use of social media... [Read More]
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"Africans in India" arrived at Pitt's University Art Gallery in the Frick Fine Arts building on Feb. 15 in celebration of Black History Month. [Read More]
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Construction began on the sidewalks parallel to Forbes Avenue near the sky bridge to create a crosswalk on Forbes outside of David Lawrence Hall. [Read More]
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Politicians have been trying to pin the blame for school shootings on violent video games for years, even though it's a dated concept. [Read More]
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The people we vote for will influence our lives as students in numerous ways, so it's important to vote for candidates who will best represent... [Read More]
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Lots of people grapple with the idea of their own mortality in life. But in Netflix's new series "Russian Doll," it really doesn't matter. [Read More]
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Despite some disappointing results in the present day, Pitt athletics has proven to be able to turn out a high number of professional athletes... [Read More]
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Every year around the end of February, sports fans start to countdown the days until the NCAA Tournament... [Read More]
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WWE superstar Kofi Kingston is in his late 30s and still has as much dexterity and agility as an Olympic gymnast, but has yet to... [Read More]
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The Ferguson Voices exhibit at Pitt is being featured in the lobby of Hillman Library throughout February in support of Black History Month. [Read More]
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Pitt Program Council announced on Saturday that T-Pain will headline this year's Bigelow Bash on April 7. [Read More]
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