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300 tons of salt are set

Wenxin Yan, Staff Writer

October 28, 2015

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Winter is in the air; the Physical Plant Office workers are busy preparing for the coming weather. “When the campus police call me saying that somewhere is getting slippery, that’s when the work will begin,” Campus Grou... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Priorities disputed

October 22, 2015

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To whom it may concern, The parking situation on campus has slowly developed into a war zone between over zealous campus police officers and lazy students who don’t want to walk from a farther parking lot. The lots next to ... Read more »

Voting days wind down for costume contest

Rachel Logan, Copy Editor

October 22, 2015

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Students have a few days to cast their vote for the costume they want Humanities professors to wear for Halloween. Voting started Tuesday. Students can vote in the Biddle Hall first floor lobby. There will be two jars for ea... Read more »

Profs argue Ayn Rand

Profs argue Ayn Rand

October 22, 2015

Thailand: a new location to Study Abroad

Bre Berkebile, Contributing Writer

October 22, 2015

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A new Study Abroad program to Thailand is now an option for Pitt students looking to study abroad in 2016. Tuangtip Klinbubpa-Neff said Mahasarakham University, located in the city of Maha Sarakham, is where students will stay and... Read more »

New library head has various roles

Peijia Zhang, Co-Features Editor

October 22, 2015

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Pitt-Johnstown’s new Library Director Eve Wider has an affable smile, both in her profile photo on University of Pittsburgh’s library system’s websiteand when seen in person. Wider said she had worked at Pitt-Oakland for ... Read more »

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