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A film that began as a class project goes viral, enabling Pitt alumnae filmmakers to direct their first feature.
A recent panel discussion dove into the history of emancipation and the influence it’s had on Black families in Pittsburgh and beyond.
Launched with a $1.2 million grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation, the nonprofit, membership-based organization will help the region become a hub for the emerging life sciences economy.
From the laments of spirituals to songs of pride, protest and freedom, watch 12 Pittsburgh artists perform in honor of Juneteenth.
The June 15 return-to-campus planning town hall addressed topics that included an interim flexible work arrangement policy and required safety training and compliance. Here’s what you need to know as