On Reconciling My Asian-American Identity

Julia Lee | staff writer I hail from a town whose population is strikingly diverse in terms of race, culture, religion, economic status. During my sophomore year of high school, one of my teachers asked us to raise our hands if our native language was one other than English. In a room of 19, every […]

A Bureaucratic Change – For the Better?

Tatyana Yatsenko | contributor Most Pitt students are familiar with the University’s Student Health Center and have become comfortable with how easy it is to schedule an appointment and get a physical exam. For many students, the clinic made STD, urine and pregnancy tests fast, easy and confidential. Until this semester, students were able to come […]

SPOTLIGHT: A Response to Chancellor Gallagher’s Statement on Sexual Assault in the University of Pittsburgh

Max Chis On September 21st, the University of Pittsburgh’s Chancellor Patrick Gallagher released a statement on the Association of American Universities (AAU) National Campus Climate Survey on sexual assault and sexual misconduct. In the statement, Gallagher said, “The data tells a sobering story…[and Pitt] has a serious problem with sexual harassment and violence on our […]