For the first time in almost two years, students are seeing the full faces of their peers and professors.
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.
With COVID-19 being a major source of stress recently, TV shows have handled the pandemic in a variety of ways.
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?
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.
After countless years of rising tuition with no transparency, now it’s time for the students to take a stand.
Helpful tips for creating balance and taking breaks to juggle life’s stresses before you burnout.
The fifth season of NBC’s “This Is Us” premiered last fall and, while the meaningful drama typical of the show was in full effect, something was distinctively unusual — or perhaps, it was too familiar for comfort.
It’s 542, and the eastern half of the Roman Empire is about to collapse.
A look back at the past year of virtual learning including expert opinions by college educators.