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After a year’s absence, the Pitt community will come together to bring back the holiday service tradition.
Two Pitt teams took on this sky-high baking challenge. See the sculptures — and some familiar faces — on campus this week.
Molly Trott gave her Pitt Athletics coworker Mary Beth George and her family an exceptional early Christmas present.
Bonus: They’re all accessible from campus by bus.
The makeover will focus on our people, programs and purpose — and will provide more support to bring projects to fruition. Applications are due in January.
The street near Posvar Hall now honors the historic contributions of both Roberto and Vera Clemente.
McGrew has forged new relationships with the City of Pittsburgh that will benefit the Pitt community for decades to come.
A sustainability course inspired three students to create a garden and educational campaign that will honor Aborigine American, Indigenous and Native cultural groups.
From bike caves to free rides, the Pittsburgh campus is building a bike-friendly culture, no matter the weather.
The $250,000 from the Richard King Mellon Foundation will both support Black faculty at Pitt and address Black maternal and infant health in Western Pennsylvania and beyond.
A vaccine clinic in Homewood helped more than 400 people get their flu and COVID-19 vaccines this week
Sponsored by a half dozen local organizations, including Pitt, the clinic boosted access to the life-saving shots.
Here’s how to get home, what to do if you’re staying on campus and important COVID-19 info.
The University of Pittsburgh, with a historic nine-figure grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation, looks to bring manufacturing back to the city — and catalyze game-changing economic growth.
Participate in the American Cancer Society event and get support from Pitt at no cost.
"The newest, coolest and healthiest place on campus" is coming soon.
The University has partnered with local agricultural company Fifth Season to grow lettuce, spinach and other greens using 97% less land and 95% less water than traditional farming methods.
Students are urged to continue staying alert and reporting suspicious activity to police.
Learn about how these military greats, from the author of the GI Bill of Rights to a former Army Surgeon General, shaped the world — and how Pitt shaped them.
Proposals are due Dec. 22. You can also nominate a person or group to win an award for their work in the community.