Black Action

In 1968, the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. sparked the beginning of Pitt’s Black Action Society. For two student leaders, parallel experiences more than 50 years apart launched each of them on the path to guide the University toward a more inclusive community.
2019-04-15 13:49:30
Jeremy M. Rayber stands in front of his mural of Pittsburgh Pirates Hall-of-Famer Roberto Clemente

Wall of Art

A Pitt alum takes his artistic talents to the streets of Pittsburgh.
Sangya Gyawali
Pitt Proud

Award-winning Achievement

Chancellor Gallagher talks with alumna Sangya Gyawali about her path through Pitt and goals as a Schwarzman Scholar.
Portrait of Evan Facher

Strategic Startup

Pitt’s Innovation Institute helps to transform research into inventions to address some of the world’s biggest challenges.
a unicorn in a magical wood

A Man and His Unicorns

More than five decades since the publication of a book that inspired generations of readers, author Peter Beagle continues to keep the magic alive.
A mother breastfeeds her baby
Extra Credit

Mother's Helper

A Pitt alumna and nursing professor is a pioneer in the field of breastfeeding support.
a steel mill near Pittsburgh

Forged in Steel

Finding the beauty in metal, machines, and furnaces.
demonstration silouette

Say It Loud!

In this special web exclusive, participants in the 1969 Computer Center Takeover reflect on what Pitt's Black Action Society meant to them.
Ideas help people hurdle obstacles

Support System

Filling the resource gap for ambitious collegiate women.
Spring 2019