Be Pitt’s Neighbor at the Center for Creativity: Nov. 20 and 21
On Wednesday, Nov. 20, and Thursday, Nov. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m., join the University Library System at the Center for Creativity to celebrate the legacy of Fred Rogers. All neighbors in the University community can visit the center to make buttons, letterpress postcards, design thank-you cards and enjoy free cookies and hot beverages. […]
Still Looking for Off-Campus Housing? Check The Pitt News Housing Guide
It’s that time of year again. Everyone is looking for off-campus housing that checks all of their boxes– not too far from campus, laundry in the basement, heating and AC, a walk-in closet for your one roommates who has kept all of their free Pitt t-shirts since Freshman year. It’s not easy finding the perfect […]
Purchase Your Pitt Men’s Soccer NCAA Tournament Tickets Now!
Pitt men’s soccer is back in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1965! They host a first round match this Thursday, Nov. 21, at 7 PM at the Petersen Sports Complex against Lehigh. Purchase student tickets online.
The “Commemorating 1619” Lecture: Dec. 4
              The “Commemorating 1619” lecture series will present Edda Fields-Black, associate professor of history at Carnegie Mellon University. Fields-Black is a specialist in the trans-national labor of West African rice farmers, peasant farmers in pre-colonial Upper Guinea Coast and enslaved laborers on rice plantations in the South Carolina and […]
Opportunity to Give Back to the Community and Study Abroad
  Looking for an opportunity to give back to the community in which you study abroad? Our service-learning programs offer just that. Participate in ongoing, community-driven and socially-responsible projects throughout the world this summer. We have locations throughout the world and within the United States, including, Bolivia, South Dakota, Jamaica, London, South Africa and many […]
Boxes and Walls Interactive Program: Nov. 19
Boxes and Walls is a national program on university campuses that provides a powerful glimpse into the life experiences of marginalized groups both historically an din present day. Student organizations at Pitt have developed “rooms” in which participants are lead through the event in 30-minute tours. There is an optional discussion following the tour. Boxes […]
Do You Use Windows 7? Upgrade Before Microsoft Support Ends on Jan. 14
Microsoft has announced it is ending support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 on Jan. 14, 2020. Computers and servers running these operating systems will no longer receive security updates after Jan. 14, leaving them vulnerable to hackers, malware, and viruses. To protect against security risks, Pitt Information Technology asks that you take one […]
Cast Your Vote in The Pitt News 2019 Best Of Ballot
The Pitt News wants to know what your favorite things on campus are. Click here to fill out a ballot and cast your votes for the best restaurants, sports teams, student organizations and more. The final list of top faves will be featured in The Pitt News 2019 Best Of edition. Complete at least 50% […]
Exploring and Cleaning Data With OpenRefine Workshop: Nov. 21
OpenRefine (formerly Google Refine) is a powerful, free, open source, tool for working with messy tabular data. It runs offline in a web browser and allows for reproducibility in data cleaning. This hand-on workshop will walk participants through how to create a new project, explore the data through sorting, filtering, and faceting functions, complete basic […]
De-Stress Event: Sunday
The Pitt Doctors Without Borders Student chapter will be holding our De-Stress event on Sunday, Nov. 17, in the William Pitt Union Ballroom. There will be therapy dogs, food, henna and yoga! Come out for a fun time and take a break for studying. Feel free to bring your books to study in a more […]