Campus News

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We're doing great at flattening the curve, but it's way too early to turn on the victory lights. Stay vigilant and mask up.
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Newly initiated as part of the University’s response to coronavirus, the Pandemic Safety Ambassador Network of volunteers helps inform and educate those on campus about health and safety protocols.
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The City of Pittsburgh seeks stakeholder input regarding the Oakland Plan, which will guide area investments, land-use regulations and infrastructure improvements.
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Students enrolled in classes with assigned rooms that are not currently offering an in-person experience will be able to be in classrooms to attend their remote/broadcasted class.
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Students are encouraged to responsibly enjoy the lawns around the Pittsburgh campus, including the Cathedral of Learning, Petersen Events Center, Schenley Plaza and Soldiers & Sailors.
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Table for one? Pitt dining staff deliver healthful meals and provide abundant snacks and drinks for students in isolation housing.
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Perhaps you’ve heard of Senate Council but you aren’t sure what it does. This explainer introduces the group’s goals and key players ahead of today’s monthly meeting.
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Along with remaining in the top 20 best public colleges and universities in the country, Pitt was named the nation’s 50th most innovative school by the U.S. News & World Report.
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The University of Pittsburgh is working to monitor and contain the spread of COVID-19 on and off campus by randomly testing students for the virus. Going through the process is easier than you might think—take a look.
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Vice Provost and Dean of Students Kenyon Bonner thanks all the students practicing healthy habits on campus and beyond. He also shares three important messages for students to know.