Campus News

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Child development and nutrition experts share advice for making sure this strange Halloween is still a fun one for kids.
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Along with members of the Association of American Universities, Pitt submitted comments opposing a new Department of Homeland Security rule that would change visa requirements for international students.
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The late playwright and Pittsburgh native is best known for his unprecedented American Century Cycle—10 plays that convey the Black experience in each decade of the 20th century. All 10 of the plays have had Broadway productions and two earned Wilson the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
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Move over hoodies and hats—face coverings are the newest trend as a team spirit accessory. A reduced crowd of 5,500 socially distanced fans were welcomed to Heinz Field for Pitt’s homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 24. Take a look at the photos from the event.
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Think of them as your friendly neighborhood Panther pals: The Off-Campus Safety Ambassadors share information and resources with students living in off-campus housing to help keep the entire Oakland community safe.
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As the Pittsburgh campus shifts to Guarded Risk operational posture this week, more courses and activities are moving toward in-person experiences. Take a look at some of the classrooms, lecture halls and tents where folks are working under the Flex@Pitt model.
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Vice Provost and Dean of Students Kenyon Bonner spends an evening each week on a walk through the Oakland neighborhood to meet students where they are and offer goodies for following Pitt’s health rules.
A "hands in" pile
Calls for workshops and poster presentations and nominations for awards for the virtual event, “Progress Through Partnerships: Advancing Community Resilience,” are open until Nov. 20.
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Panthers, we stand at an important moment in history—one that asks for your participation. Don’t give way to divisiveness and despair during this political season.
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The University paused work on the strategic plan to take time to address racial equity and justice during the pandemic. The process has now resumed with opportunities for input from campus stakeholders.