Representing football, basketball, swimming, gymnastics and track and field, 16 former Pitt athletes were named to the hall of fame. They will be honored in an official ceremony in September.
Panther Racing, a student team from the Swanson School of Engineering, is getting its car ready for the annual Formula Society of Automotive Engineers competition, May 9-12, all while gaining real-world engineering experience.
Joshua Rose attended the University of Pittsburgh and went on to lead a storied civic life that included serving as the first Black city council member in Oakland, California. Eighty years later, his daughter accepted his Pitt degree on his behalf.
When it came time to choose, Pearl Galido didn't want to abandon her study of art. So she combined studio arts and chemistry majors and found they fit together better than she'd imagined.
With the end of the spring term comes a change in Pittwire’s publication schedule. New stories will publish on Mondays and Thursdays until the fall term begins in August. The Pittwire staff congratulates all of Pitt’s new graduates and wishes everyone a pleasant summer season.
Pitt's award-winning daily student newspaper, The Pitt News, is celebrating its latest issue of Silhouettes — an annual special edition that profiles interesting characters around campus.
From backyard-built thrill rides to presidential security detail in Dublin, David Matelan's path to Pitt focused on leadership and ingenuity. After serving five years in the Marines, he's set to graduate with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering this month.
Congratulations to the Class of 2018! Read on for helpful information that celebrants and guests need to navigate the undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies.
Older veterans prescribed medications through both Medicare and the Department of Veterans Affairs had more than double the odds of exposure to potentially unsafe medication, a study by Joshua Thorpe and other Pitt pharmacists has found — and improved communication between the systems could help solve the problem.
Recently relocated to Pittsburgh's Homewood neighborhood, Pitt's Manufacturing Assistance Center offers classes, programs and workshops in precision manufacturing, providing skills needed to work in a range of technical industries.