Cathedral Of Learning
If you’ve noticed something missing from the Falcon’s nest atop the Cathedral of Learning, you’re not alone.
A peregrine falcon chick hatched just over 2 weeks ago in Oakland and has received a lot of attention.
A hawk flies above the crowd on a sunny afternoon at the National Aviary. After a five-year absence, eagles, owls and their kin have returned to the Rose Garden.
Happy Mother’s Day to Dorothy the Peregrine falcon who lives on the Cathedral of learning.
A wildlife officer says a Pennsylvania man fatally shot a bald eagle and five blue herons.
A 16-year-old peregrine falcon who nests on the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning has laid a second egg, but an expert says her behavior suggests she may still have other eggs to lay.
The Cathedral of Learning stands 563 feet above the University of Pittsburgh campus.
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Officials checked up on a falcon chick living on the 40th story of Pitt’s Cathedral of Learning.
The Cathedral of Learning was recently vandalized and repairs could cost as much as $100,000. A 12×4 foot message was spray painted, which point to an ongoing issue on campus.
It’s a Pittsburgh landmark, but someone vandalized the Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh campus over the weekend.
March is Irish-American Month and what better way to celebrate St.Patrick’s Day with a parade in Pittsburgh? The parade route traverses through the city to highlight the Irish heritage. Families and children may use this time to learn about the culture, dances, songs, and historical background of the Irish people in the Pittsburgh region. There are free events that will make St.Patrick’s Day a special celebration to remember.
Earlier this month, a University of Pittsburgh alumnus donated eight important African artifacts in honor of an African American history professor.
In a city as old as Pittsburgh, there are some interesting and authentic ghost stories to be had. Humans dressed up like monsters and madmen in scarehouses have nothing on some of the spooky places around here. This Halloween, treat yourself to some good old-fashioned home-spun ghost stories.
For the first time in nine years, Midnight Madness returns to the Petersen Events Center during Pitt homecoming weekend Oct. 12, but this year’s season-opening basketball event will have a most unique setting.