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Sophomore Pan Bowen and freshman Hind Albakri practice calligraphy while celebrating Chinese New Year at Pitt-Bradford on Feb. 4.  | Photo courtesy of Hind Albakri

Bowen

February 13, 2019

Students make dumplings under instruction at a Feb. 4 Chinese New Year celebration at Pitt-Bradford.
 | Photo courtesy of Wang Yaxuan.

Dumplings

February 13, 2019

Visa demands complicate internships

Lucy Li, Features Editor

February 13, 2019

2018 comes and goes, and the first month of 2019 has flown by, too. Some students are approaching the end of their college days, and starting another chapter in their lives. Most students face two choices after graduation:...

Three have different turning-21 memories

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor

February 13, 2019

Twenty-first birthdays may be an exciting time for celebration, but not everyone has the same experience, especially when it comes to professors. History professor Paul Newman said that the drinking age was 18 when he turned...

Senior choreographer Kristin Haydt (center) kicks with dancers in “Control,” the only pointe piece performed at Dance Ensemble’s show “Electricity” Saturday night.

Haydt

February 6, 2019

Michaela McKay (standing) seems to command the stage in “Lose Control” at Dance Emsemble’s “Electricity” show Saturday night.

McKay

February 6, 2019

Yamila Audisio, senior (left), Tulsi Shrivastava, senior (center), and Cindy Orlovsky, alumna (right), assemble toiletry bags for The Women’s Help Center during the College Democrat meeting Jan. 19, since the trip to the Women’s March in New York City was canceled.

Toiletry bags assembled

January 23, 2019

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