To lockdown or not? The answer isn't always easy
Public Safety's Ted Fritz sees ambiguity in swipe card vs. open door access discussion.
Faculty Assembly addresses hoax emergency reports, union talks
Kear seeks to help non-bargaining unit members negotiate benefit changes.
Inside … LRDC’s space is an abundance of light and collaboration
The move to the Murdoch Building last year replaced the unusual O’Hara Street building.
McCloskey withdraws from transgenderism debate with conservative commentator
Status of April 18 campus event remains unclear; pro-trans rallies still planned.
New $240 million arena approved by planning commission
Construction will start soon at space next to the Pete, with opening planned in fall 2025.
Faculty union plans action before April 18 bargaining session
Movement sought on compensation proposal; both groups now posting negotiation updates.
Salk Legacy celebration highlight of Pitt Public Health 75th anniversary
The April 28 event will feature panel discussion and unveiling of history exhibit.
Senate Plenary tackles good, bad and middle ground of ChatGPT, generative AI
Tech, language, legal, government experts discuss merits, limitations of much-hyped software program.
Bradford’s Duke building debuts with local industry support
The new space has made two engineering technology majors possible.
White House official seeks input on AI system policies during Pitt visit
Pitt Cyber discussion focuses on accountability, balancing benefits with safety
Commencements will welcome variety of speakers
Pitt alum and first woman World Cup referee Katy Nesbitt will talk at undergrad ceremony.
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Letter to the editor: EIADAC says Pitt must reaffirm its support for LGBTQIA+ students through action