Pitt 2022 senior Mike Stolarz balances his double major and playing drums in a local Pittsburgh band.
It may come as no surprise that after the pandemic, one specific hobby began taking the world and every social media platform by storm: fitness.
This piece takes a look into the hurdles vegan students face at Pitt, and what the University can learn from vegan-friendly restaurants in the area.
Pitt’s infamous flaky croissants in Litchfield Towers have a cult-like following.
Humanity— it’s a word we use to describe our innate ability for love, compassion, and the arts— but when did humans actually develop these characteristics? Did it begin with our logical, rational brains, developed once the gift of our opposable thumbs helped our ancestors to make spearheads? Travel back in time to the Paleolithic era, where we see the first instance of what we would recognize as art made by our ancient human ancestors on cave walls. Paleontologists and ancient anthropologists alike argue over the theory of what sparked modern human behavior. What was the start of humanity as we know it, and why does our perception of humanity seem to be changing?
A list of simple, but effective things you can do to be a responsible Spin Scooter user.
While unmasking may be an exciting prospect, the weekly COVID-19 Medical Response Office (CMRO) emails only display the vaccination and case information for Pitt affiliates, leaving the question: how do guests factor into this plan?
With COVID-19 being a major source of stress recently, TV shows have handled the pandemic in a variety of ways.
You’ve heard the debates about which fast food chain has the best fries, which gas station is better: Sheetz or Wawa, or even where to get the best pizza , but have you ever heard of the Oakland restaurant debate? Where are the best places to eat in Oakland, the home of the University of Pittsburgh, and what makes them so special? Students from far and near at the University of Pittsburgh, depending on their own perspectives and opinions, had a lot to say about what restaurants were top-tier. Restaurants in Oakland come in all different shapes and sizes. Take Bao, which is located on Atwood St., for example. It’s a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant with amazing food, as described by Phoebe Appel, a junior majoring in legal studies. “It’s like a secret little gift I forgot to open,” Appel laughed. “It’s so unsuspecting, but you go in and there’s tables, nice lighting, and a really great staff, too.” Appel has studied at Pitt since August 2019, and only lived a short fifteen minutes from campus …
Life is returning to normal but the attention and importance of self-care should not fade away. Turn these practices into a habit and start today.