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

The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

西瓜视频

Pitt track and field athlete inducted into Delaware Sports Museum & Hall of Fame

Pitt track and field athlete inducted into Delaware Sports Museum & Hall of Fame

By Grace McNally, Staff Writer June 13, 2024

Former Pitt track and field star Eric Cannon, who attended Pitt from 1985 to 1990, was inducted into the Delaware Sports Museum & Hall of Fame on May 23.聽 The Wilmington, Delaware, native began...

Opinion | Stop asking women if they want children

Opinion | Stop asking women if they want children

By Grace Harris, Staff Columnist June 12, 2024
Asking a woman you are not close to if they want to have kids or when they want to have kids is a deeply personal question. I'm sure many women, including myself, have gotten used to being asked uncomfortable and personal questions.
Police officer stands tensely in front of a 鈥淗ANDS OFF YEMEN鈥 sign at the Palestine solidarity encampment on Monday, June 3.

Opinion | What does it mean for a state entity to defend itself?

By Thomas Riley, 西瓜视频 Editor June 12, 2024
Their billy clubs that beat back student protestors, their tear gas that dispersed countless Black Lives Matter demonstrations in 2020 and their guns that ended 1,195 lives last year are all protected by the greatest power in the police鈥檚 repertoire 鈥 the legal right to exercise physical violence against the population.
A protester records an interaction between police and protesters at the Palestine Solidarity Encampment on Sunday night.

Opinion | Pitt taught me to stand up against injustice, then sent police to beat my classmates

By Livia Daggett, Contributing Editor June 6, 2024
I urge Pitt administrators to have the courage to join the ranks of universities turning toward Palestinian liberation. Pitt, your education has taught me again and again that the world shouldn鈥檛 be this way.
Opinion | Long-distance friendships are possible

Opinion | Long-distance friendships are possible

By Livia LaMarca, Assistant 西瓜视频 Editor June 6, 2024
With all the advice swimming around the internet geared towards long-distance relationships, what do you do when phone sex and dirty talk aren鈥檛 a fulfilling way to keep your bestie around?
A referee holds a basketball in the Petersen Events Center.

Column | Changes needed to field the best 68 in March Madness

By Matthew Scabilloni, Assistant Sports Editor June 6, 2024

In the 2023-24 college basketball season, Pitt men鈥檚 basketball barely missed out on an NCAA Tournament bid and a chance to make an NC State-esque run in March Madness.聽 Pitt was the last team to...

Senior forward Blake Hinson (2) drives to the basket during Pitt men鈥檚 basketball鈥檚 game against Duke on Tuesday, Jan. 9.

Pitt basketball reloads roster ahead of 2024-25 season

By Camille de Jesus, Staff Writer June 6, 2024

The men鈥檚 basketball season wrapped up for the Panthers this spring with a record of 22-11 (12-8 ACC) and a fourth-place finish in the ACC, just missing a spot in the 2024 NCAA Tournament. Although Pitt...

Opinion | Wildwood, New Jersey 鈥 the beach city that will always be nostalgic to me

Opinion | Wildwood, New Jersey 鈥 the beach city that will always be nostalgic to me

By Irene Moran, Staff Columnist June 5, 2024
Wildwood, the small beach city along the New Jersey coast that I have gone to since I was a kid, will always have a special place in my heart.
Toren Mehta and his father Vinay Mehta pose for a picture on the baseball field at PNC Park on Saturday, May 25.

9-year-old battling cancer gifted Pirates experience of a lifetime

By Aidan Kasner, Sports Editor June 5, 2024

On April 14, 2024, Pirates slugger Andrew McCutchen sent a rocket of a baseball into left field at Citizens Bank Park to notch the 300th home run of his career. On the receiving end of the career-defining...

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.
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