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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

The Pitt News

Tents crowd the lawn outside of the Cathedral of Learning on Monday, June 3.

SGB issues statement regarding community and recent protests, student activist organizations respond

By Spencer Levering, News Editor July 12, 2024
Following the second pro-Palestinian encampment at Pitt, the Student Government Board released a statement on July 5 expressing support for on-campus Jewish organizations and condemned discrimination in the campus community. Progressive Students for Change at Pitt, a pro-Palestinian activist organization, responded saying SGB has 鈥渕isrepresented鈥 their cause.
The Cathedral of Learning.

Pennsylvania House considers performance-based funding formula for state-related universities

By Jordan Kooper, Staff Writer July 9, 2024
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is considering a bill that would move the state closer to approving funding for the University of Pittsburgh, Temple University and Penn State. The Performance-Based Funding Council Act would create an independent council with the power to determine the amount of state funding allocated to each school.
A bee interacts with a flower.

Pitt Sustainability celebrates Pollinator Month

By Jordan Kooper, Staff Writer June 26, 2024
Pitt Sustainability celebrated Pollinator Month this June to raise awareness for the bees, butterflies and other animals that are essential to the reproductive process for many plants. The University has held numerous events on campus to highlight the importance of this natural process.
First year guard Carlton Carrington (7) dribbles past a Canisius player during Pitt mens basketball game against Canisius on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2023.

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By Aidan Kasner, Sports Editor June 25, 2024

The 2024 萌妹社区安卓版下载 draft is set to take place from June 26 to June 27,聽 with two Panthers making waves in the pool of potential future professionals.聽 Carlton Carrington聽 Carlton 鈥淏ub鈥 Carrington...

A Pitt student rides a bike down Fifth Avenue on a cloudy summer day on campus.

鈥淟ively鈥 and 鈥淰ibrant鈥: Students enjoy spending summer in Oakland

By Adrienne Cahillane, Senior Staff Writer June 19, 2024
Students choose to stay on campus over the summer for different reasons, but all enjoy the additional free time.
The Cathedral of Learning.

44 Pitt students named Brackenridge Fellowship winners

By Emma Hannan, Staff Writer June 18, 2024
44 Pitt students received the Brackenridge Fellowship from the Frederick Honors College, providing the students with funding to complete independent research or creative work under the guidance of a faculty member.
Rossetti House at the University of Pittsburgh - Greensburg campus.

David C. Frederick Honors College to open at Greensburg campus in fall semester

By Kyra McCague, Staff Writer June 14, 2024
The David C. Frederick Honors college is expanding to Pitt鈥檚 campus in Greensburg in partnership with the Pittsburgh campus. 鈥淭here's going to be a lot of creative stuff coming from students and faculty out of this mix, and that can only be good for the university as a whole,鈥 said Frank Wilson, the assistant vice president for academic affairs at Pitt-Greensburg.
2024 graduate and Pitt swim athlete Jerry Chen competes at a swim tournament.

Pitt Swimming鈥檚 Jerry Chen receives Postgraduate Award from NCAA

By Conor Hutchison, Staff Writer June 12, 2024

Since his arrival five years ago, Pitt swimmer Jerry Chen has made a mark as a big part of the men鈥檚 swim team. The NCAA hands out a postgraduate award to 126 student-athletes yearly who excel academically...

Pitt鈥檚 peregrine falcons take flight

Pitt鈥檚 peregrine falcons take flight

By Jordan Kooper, Staff Writer June 7, 2024
The peregrine falcon chicks, now called fledges, that recently hatched on the Cathedral of Learning have taken their first flights as of June 3. The fledges, who hatched on April 22, had been preparing for their first flights over the past few days by hopping along the ledges of the Cathedral.
Toren Mehta and his father Vinay Mehta pose for a picture on the baseball field at PNC Park on Saturday, May 25.

9-year-old battling cancer gifted Pirates experience of a lifetime

By Aidan Kasner, Sports Editor June 5, 2024

On April 14, 2024, Pirates slugger Andrew McCutchen sent a rocket of a baseball into left field at Citizens Bank Park to notch the 300th home run of his career. On the receiving end of the career-defining...

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