One of artist Sharif Bey’s first ideas he responded to as a child “is having the freedom to engage works of art at my own pace.”
Some Pitt students are dissatisfied with the university’s transportation services and hope that something can be done about it.
The dining hall diet is well-know – French fries at 10am, not a vegetable or fruit in sight, coffee as water, one meal a day – that kind of thing. What does dining on campus look like if you’re a student with a specialized diet?
Unsatisfied with the health tracking capabilities of Fitbits, many people have turned to Continuous Glucose Monitors.
What’s the meaning of art? How about what’s the meaning of chairs?
The pandemic has affected many facets of college life at the University of Pittsburgh but the closure of Sorrento’s Pizza was heartbreaking. Those who remember the classic Antoons vs. Sorrentos debate view the closure as the end of an era. So that leaves the Sorrentos lovers with a question: where do we go next? After I conducted 22 interviews, it appears to me that Pittsburgh may not be known for its bustling pizza scene. Those who rely on the classic college food may find their options lacking. “Pittsburgh is just not a pizza city,” said Mae Latona, a fourth-year history major. Unlike Latona, some have stronger opinions. “Pittsburgh has the worst pizza I’ve ever experienced,” said Lauren Bayer, a third-year chemistry major. “It must be in the water and the water is in the sauce, but it’s not it. It’s sad because people in Pittsburgh don’t know that what they’ve been eating is bad pizza until they go to the East coast.” Of the 22 people interviewed, three refused to pinpoint a favorite Pittsburgh pizza …
Nothing is clear about the current job market, evidenced by the struggles—or lack thereof—that university graduates are experiencing as they enter the workforce.
Marvel movies have always brought in an enormous crowd, but how does the general public feel about them?
As the end of the 2021-2022 academic year looms at the University of Pittsburgh and final’s week quickly approaching, students at Pitt are studying on campus now more than ever.
Finals season is upon us. Students can be seen bustling from building to building through the blustery April weather, going from class to class. One individual steps out of their 4 p.m. physics class, their eyelids drooping over their bloodshot eyes. They shuffle through their bag for their notebook as they head toward the library to study for their upcoming final. This is their second day straight without sleep, and they have forgotten dinner again. As we head into the most stressful point of the semester, so many things can be overlooked, especially mental health. Hobbies, physical activity, and other aspects that contribute to mental wellness are pushed to the side as students focus intensely on academics. As a result of this ongoing, ever-increasing amount of work that is put on students, it’s almost inevitable that stress evolves into burnout. However, since everyone experiences life differently, how can we pinpoint what burnout truly is? To try and answer this question, several University of Pittsburgh students shared what their experience with burnout was like. Not surprisingly, …