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Construction has begun on the Gaucho Solar project, which will supply 100% of its electricity to Pitt for the next 20 years.
From events that bring veterans together to opportunities for civilians, there’s plenty to do Nov. 5-11.
Honor veterans across Pitt’s campuses, attend jazz concerts and hop on some light-up seesaws this month.
The Pitt initiative, which helps students explore different viewpoints, continues Oct. 26 with geologist Scott Tinker and engineer Paulina Jaramillo.
Pitt’s annual Be a Good Neighbor Tenant Town Halls will provide Pittsburgh students with resources for off campus living. The first town hall will take place on Oct. 25 from 5-7 p.m. in the William
A new podcast from linguists Ece Ulus and Heather McNaught dissects song lyrics to teach pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar to language learners.
The Pitt United Way Campaign is underway, with a goal of raising $750,000 to support our neighbors.
A record-breaking football game capped the week.
You probably studied or took classes there. But what do you call it?
On Sept. 29, the University of Pittsburgh broke ground on the institution’s new state-of-the-art Campus Recreation and Wellness Center. To commemorate the next phase of construction, Pitt hosted a
Faculty, staff and students can participate Oct. 17-22.
This week’s celebration is for alumni — and students and the larger Pittsburgh community.
Scan the QR code stickers on the sidewalks around the Pittsburgh campus to test your pedestrian safety knowledge while you wait to cross.
Residents are encouraged to keep coming back: “It’s here. Utilize it.”
From Bradford birding to Hispanic Heritage Month events, there’s plenty to keep you busy as fall rolls in.
Pitt’s tree-planting efforts support more than the environment — there are health benefits too. Here are five trees on the Pittsburgh campus that are worth a peep as the leaves begin to turn.
Recipients were honored during halftime at the homecoming football game.
Join these Pitt groups, plus learn about community resources for those who have or are interested in Hispanic heritage.
Food, music, art and more await at the free event, which celebrates the next phase of the center’s development.
LifeX Greenhouse will use the award to fund life science companies in Western Pennsylvania.