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The second annual week of events prompted the Pitt community not just to volunteer, but to engage with bigger questions around civic responsibility and organizing.
Food, fun and feather headdresses made for a vibrant scene outside the William Pitt Union during the Center for Latin American Studies’ annual festival, held at Pitt since 1979. See the photos.
Facilities apprenticeship program brings new levels of Hill District community partnership and collaboration
The new program is providing meaningful career opportunities for residents like Lemel Alexander.
Take a mini-course, listen to a talk on environmental justice or attend a virtual sustainability conference. Find ways to get engaged with sustainability on and off campus.
Remodeling across the Pittsburgh campus has brightened buildings, improved safety and modernized building infrastructure. Check out photos of the spaces.
The Panthers scored big to win against the University of New Hampshire in Saturday’s game, capping off a week of scavenger hunts, giveaways, reunions and Pitt spirit. See photos from all the
Join the Oakland community at Pitt's final Be a Good Neighbor Block Party from 5-7 p.m. at The Corner.
Happy Homecoming, Panthers! The Sept. 20-25 activities aren’t just for football fans and alums: a host of in-person events are scheduled for students, too.
On Sept. 20-24, join students, faculty and staff for a mix of in-person and virtual events designed to encourage bike commuting.
Indoor air quality matters now more than ever. Here’s how the Office of Facilities Management is keeping the air safe in Pitt buildings.
A program between Pitt and Every1online that’s bringing Wi-Fi to local families in need is expanding. Residents of New Kensington and Homewood are encouraged to apply.
Pitt students and their South Oakland neighbors bonded over tacos and prizes at the first of four summer events.
The Pittsburgh campus will host free flu shot clinics beginning on Sept. 15. Bradford and Johnstown clinics begin on Oct. 12 and Sept. 22, respectively.
Make the most of your college experience: Here are eight ways to get involved, suggested by a fellow student.
The head coaching position at Pitt will be permanently named the Chris Bickell ’97 Head Football Coach.
Why do we have a strategic plan? What’s different about the new one? And now that we have one — what happens? The Plan for Pitt’s strategic planners answer these questions and more.
With the final steel beam in place the West Wing addition to Alan Magee Scaife Hall moves one step closer to completion.
Pitt’s oldest tradition marked its 101st year with an inclusive ceremony that lit up the night.
Art panels along Alumni Walk will showcase work from 17 artists from the University community, including regional artists. It will be on display in Oakland for two weeks.
More than 100 events — both in-person and virtual — were staged last week to welcome new first-year, transfer and commuter students to campus for the start of a new academic year.