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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

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The University of Pittsburgh's Daily Student Newspaper

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Senate Council discusses plan for Pitt, student organization updates

By Marissa Kelley, Staff Writer
12:52 am

Chancellor Joan Gabel began Thursday’s Senate Council meeting by providing an update on the Plan for Pitt, an initiative launched in the fall of 2021 that clearly outlines the University’s plans in...

Plant2Plate still awaiting University development deadline after three years

By Amanda Yu, Staff Writer
April 8, 2024

In 2021, the University promised a student-run community garden, Plant2Plate, one more season before development on their new land would begin. Years later, members are still waiting amid concerns over the garden’s prospective new location. Located at 246 Oakland Ave., the Plant2Plate garden provides a rare green space for students and residents alike. The garden, initially created by Pitt students...

Astronomy department gives recommendations for Monday’s eclipse

By Nate Yonamine, Contributing Editor
April 5, 2024

Fourth-year astronomy doctoral student Tori Bonidie was an undergraduate student when she saw her first solar eclipse in 2017. Seven years later, Bonidie is just as enthusiastic to witness the upcoming astronomic event. “It’s an event that reminds us why we got so excited in astronomy in the first place,” Bonidie said. In Pittsburgh, the 2024 solar eclipse will start on Monday, April 8...

Muslim Student Association hosts annual Ramadan Fast-a-Thon

By Jordan Kooper, Staff Writer
March 28, 2024

According to Kenza Lahbabi, a Muslim and senior majoring in biology, the Muslim Student Association’s Fast-a-Thon is a great way to bridge the gap between Muslims and non-Muslims on campus. “Sharing this with people like our friends and close ones that are not familiar with [Ramadan] can be really nice for us,” she said, “It’s nice to open up to something new and experience something outside...

SGB hosts protestor rights town hall, introduces new resolution
SGB discusses workers’ rights, Hillman Library renovations 
SGB hosts general education town hall