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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

西瓜视频

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

西瓜视频

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

西瓜视频

Rossetti House at the University of Pittsburgh - Greensburg campus.

David C. Frederick Honors College to open at Greensburg campus in fall semester

By Kyra McCague, Staff Writer June 14, 2024
The David C. Frederick Honors college is expanding to Pitt鈥檚 campus in Greensburg in partnership with the Pittsburgh campus. 鈥淭here's going to be a lot of creative stuff coming from students and faculty out of this mix, and that can only be good for the university as a whole,鈥 said Frank Wilson, the assistant vice president for academic affairs at Pitt-Greensburg.
A protester records an interaction between police and protesters at the Palestine Solidarity Encampment on Sunday night.

Students arrested at on-campus pro-Palestinian protest set dates for court sessions

By Jordan Kooper, Staff Writer June 4, 2024
The two pro-Palestinian protesters arrested on-campus on April 28 will appear at the Allegheny County Courthouse to plead their cases. The arrests came after protesters gathered in the area between the Cathedral of Learning and the William Pitt Union following days of demonstrating in Schenley Plaza.
Protesters face police officers during the Palestine Solidarity Encampment on Sunday night.

鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 disbands following negotiations with Gainey and Innamorato

By Spencer Levering, News Editor June 4, 2024
After over 30 hours of protest, the 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 disbanded early Tuesday morning. Mayor Ed Gainey and county executive Sara Innamorato were involved in discussions that led to the encampment鈥檚 dissolution.
Hillel JUC, other Jewish organizations condemn 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 protests

Hillel JUC, other Jewish organizations condemn 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 protests

By Brian Sherry, Editor-in-Chief June 4, 2024

The 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 protest ended on Tuesday morning around 2 a.m. after negotiations with the Mayor鈥檚 office. The protesters, who constructed their encampment on the Cathedral...

Chancellor Gabel releases statement on re-established 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment,鈥 organizers respond

Chancellor Gabel releases statement on re-established 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment,鈥 organizers respond

By Spencer Levering, News Editor June 4, 2024
Chancellor Joan Gabel emailed a statement to the Pitt community regarding the re-established 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 on Monday afternoon. Encampment organizers have responded and said they are 鈥渄eeply disturbed鈥 by Gabel鈥檚 statement.
鈥淟iberated Zone鈥 created by protesters at the Palestine Solidarity Encampment on Sunday night.

鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 continues, police increase response overnight

By Brian Sherry and Spencer Levering June 3, 2024

The 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment鈥 on the Cathedral of Learning lawn is entering its second day, despite a more active response from police Sunday night and Monday morning. The protesters are demanding...

Pro-Palestinian protesters re-establish an encampment on Cathedral lawn

Pro-Palestinian protesters re-establish an encampment on Cathedral lawn

By Brian Sherry, Editor-in-Chief June 2, 2024

At least 200 Pro-Palestinian protesters gathered outside of the Cathedral of Learning lawn on Sunday evening to re-establish a 鈥淧alestine solidarity encampment.鈥 At least one person was arrested. This...

Protestors hold signs in support of faculty unionization during a rally outside the chancellors office on Tuesday afternoon.

Pitt Faculty Union votes to ratify first labor contract with university

By Abby Lipold, News Editor May 16, 2024
After more than two years of negotiations with the University and nearly a decade of organizing, the Pitt Faculty Union has ratified a contract that will significantly increase pay for part-time and visiting faculty.聽

Woman dead after large steel cylinder rolled away from Petersen Events Center construction site

By Spencer Levering, News Editor May 3, 2024
A woman died after she was hit by a large cylindrical steel drum that rolled away from the construction site by the Petersen Events Center on May 3.
Pro-Palestinian protesters gather on Pitt鈥檚 campus, demand action from University

Pro-Palestinian protesters gather on Pitt鈥檚 campus, demand action from University

By Kyra McCague, Staff Writer April 29, 2024
Hundreds of student protesters and community activists gathered in front of the Cathedral of Learning throughout Sunday evening for a march and subsequent rally in support of Palestine and demanding that Pitt divest from any funds supporting Israel.聽
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