Lavender Graduation honors pride, accomplishments of Pitt’s LGBTQIA+ seniors.
Japanese students studying at Pitt have a ball at PNC Park.
Birds of a Feather
Pitt’s bird-watching club goes into the woods to find nature and themselves.
They’re With the Band, Too
Even more stories about the big, booming resonance of Pitt’s Varsity Marching Band
We’re With the Band
After more than 110 years, the Varsity Marching Band is still raising spirits and revving up crowds. But you don’t have to be at the big game to see how impactful Pitt Band can be. Just ask its alumni.
Go With the Flow
After a mix-up leads Janet Stout to her true calling at Pitt, a discovery changes her life and the health of countless others.
Laugh It Off
Comedy writer Kelechi Urama knows what it takes to write a good joke and why humor helps, even in hard times.
What if you could prevent cancer from ever developing with something as simple as a shot? Olivera Finn, a renowned Pitt immunologist, is conducting groundbreaking research to bring us closer to a cancer vaccine reality.
A geologist finds climate change insight in 700,000 years’ worth of sediment.
How a "weird kid" grew up to find his niche in the weird world of graphic novels.
Alumnus David Frederick’s multimillion-dollar gift will benefit students and connect Pitt to the University of Oxford.
This alumnus is helping improve the world with two wheels, one plug and a lot of environmentally friendly appeal.
Join In, Young and All
The Young Alumni Network, Distinguished Alumni Awards and more: Updates from the Pitt Alumni Association.
Built for Excellence
What’s new on and around campus? A lot. Chancellor Patrick Gallagher delves into the exciting building projects that promise to be transformational.
Pennies from Helpers
Andi Thieman's initiative is making charitable giving easier than ever.
An Animated Life
How alumnus David Romani II uses storytelling and visual art to explore tough topics.
Doris Felman's math and science skills helped to power one of the world's first nuclear submarines. She didn't stop there.
The national need for well-trained nurses is as serious as ever. Students and graduates of Pitt’s School of Nursing are, as always, rising to the occasion.