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There’s an app for that: Walking safely and avoiding danger

There’s an app for that: Walking safely and avoiding danger

By Madeline Bartos | Staff Writer 11/16/2017 For students living off campus for the first time, navigating the streets of Pittsburgh can be difficult. With daylight saving time shortening the amount of sunlight in the evening, walking the streets can get even trickier. Your parents have probably told you to never walk by yourself, but […]

Ordering innovation develops pizza industry

By|Kristen Kuron Pizza. It doesn’t matter if you’re a bright-eyed freshmen or a senior preparing for the “real world,” chances are you’ve had a slice at some point in your college career. Friends will come and go, midterms will be aced and failed but pizza was there for you through thick and thin (I prefer […]

Social media websites experience a drop

By Addison Smith | Sports Editor While we all still continue to use it, social media is not as appealing as it was before. Vine was no longer cool after Instagram began to include a video feature. Facebook has become the mom spot (my mom posting photos of her hotel room in Boston included). Twitter just gets […]

Whatever comes to mind: Weight loss apps able to cause problems

Whatever comes to mind: Weight loss apps able to cause problems

By George Flynn | Opinions Editor It’s finally 2014. With the New Year upon us, the mantra “New Year, New Me,” can once again be heard chanted around campus. Resolutions are a strong form of creating achievable goals, but with all likelihood won’t last into February. One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions I […]