90-Year-Old Pitt Student Graduates Decades After Earning DegreeAfter years of hard work, several thousand Pitt students now call themselves alumni.
Patrick Gallagher Named As Pitt's New ChancellorThe University of Pittsburgh has chosen a new chancellor.
Harris, Hurdle Among Those Honored At Dapper Dan AwardsIt was a night to remember at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The 78th annual Dapper Dan Dinner and Sports Auction was held Thursday night.
Colin Dunlap: Nordenberg's Stamp On Athletics Is IndelibleOn Monday, the University of Pittsburgh athletic programs officially transitioned into the Atlantic Coast Conference, leaving behind a depleted, worn-out shell of a once-proud Big East.
Pitt Chancellor Announces Retirement University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark Nordenberg announced Friday that he is stepping down as chancellor of the university.
Pitt, Athletic Director Pederson Agree To 5-Year Extension The University of Pittsburgh and Athletic Director Steve Pederson have agreed to terms on a five-year extension.
Cyber Security Conference References Pitt Bomb ScaresWith the recent bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh, there was special significance attached to an international forum in Pittsburgh.
Happy 225th Birthday Pitt!KDKA-AM's Larry and John talk to Pitt Chancellor Mark Nordenberg about the 225 anniversary of the university.
Higher Education Takes Funding Hit In Corbett's BudgetIn his 2012-13 state budget address, Governor Tom Corbett says state schools face a 20 percent cut in funding. Three universities face a 30 percent cut - Penn State, Temple and the University of Pittsburgh.
Protesting Pitt Students Locked Out Of Chancellor's OfficeStudents at the University of Pittsburgh were shocked to find the door to Chancellor Mark Nordenberg's office locked and barred by police when they sought to present a petition calling for a freeze on student tuition.
Students, Parents Reacting To Tuition Increases At PittPenn State and the University of Pittsburgh are tops in the country in the amount that students pay for "in-state" tuition. But, at the same time, Pennsylvania ranks 46th in the nation for the amount of money it provides for public higher education.
U.S. Census: Pittsburgh Is Getting Younger Simone Baer came from Seattle to go to college in Pittsburgh. At age 27, she's still here.

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