Two Pitt grad students – Quanisha Miller, of Chester, Pa. and Tyisha Williams, of Greenwood, S.C., were on a mission Monday night.
Nearly 2,000 students were evacuated early Wednesday morning in the latest round of bomb threats on the University of Pittsburgh campus.
Pitt students are not just dealing with the stress of finals these days. While the pressure can be overwhelming for some, man’s best friend is coming to the rescue.
The series of bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh have prompted police to impose some new security measures on campus.
There is normally a lot of hustle and bustle on Pitt’s campus, but today, not so much. It could be because of the Passover and Easter holiday weekend, or it could be because a lot of students have packed their bags and left because of the increase in bomb threats this past week.
Spending money on day or night out may not be in your budget; but there are some fun events and activities in Pittsburgh that will only cost you $1 or less!
OAKLAND (KDKA) — Oakland is one Pittsburgh neighborhood police will be watching closely in the aftermath of Super Bowl XLV. Forbes Avenue from McKee Place to Bigelow Boulevard will close at 9 p.m. Sunday. Parking […]