Bri Griffith, Carlow University
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Hannah has worked for “The Fourth Wave,” Pitt’s intersectional feminist publication, as well as the “Pitt News,” and will be doing TFA after she graduates.
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Now more than ever, the queer community needs volunteers, funds and active allies.
The International Affairs major is the creator of “Affinity Magazine,” an online forum written exclusively by teens that emphasizes connection through social media.
Yet another way to anonymously abuse others, courtesy of the internet.
Saying the right things can be difficult, but saying nothing can be deadly.
Though Gaga is still a meat dress-wearing show woman at heart, her new album has a soberer, more ambitious sound.
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The group’s freewheeling vibe balances intelligence and bohemia equally, resulting in a distinctly eclectic sound.
The odds aren’t great, but these six tips can at least help you from making them worse.
At Carlow University in Pittsburgh, a school with a history rooted in selflessness, students are taught the importance of humanitarian action.
As a poet working for a student paper, I didn’t think there was much to learn.
If nothing else, at least you’ll avoid awkward silence.
You’d be surprised what it can do for you.
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Oddly enough, I mostly miss the things that annoyed me during the year.
By rejecting even the most engrained tropes of the horror movie genre, the show opens itself up to refreshing new opportunities.
The memes don’t hurt.
Readings are usually crazier anyway.
Ironically, it’s expectations that are the problem.
This season in particular, racism, homophobia, political partisanship and sexism abound.
If you’re guilty of any of these, your friends have probably noticed.
The calm of being up late does help concentration and creativity, but mostly it’s about the “Ed, Edd ‘n’ Eddy” reruns.
Between the Pirates, Penguins and Steelers, Pittsburgh has reason to proud. And fans know it.
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On the bright side, at least you can throw those shower shoes in the trash.
Among other things, be prepared to lose your job and all your money.
I never thought the idea of unrhymed poems would cause others so much anxiety.
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