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'The Skin I'm In' Turns 20

The award-winning young adult novel by Department of English alumna Sharon Flake (A&S ’78) tells the story of a 13-year-old girl who learns to overcome being bullied for her dark skin. Read More »
网盟彩票官网Diansyah Putri Handayani

Thriving in Extreme Situations

Using her Pitt-sharpened business acumen, Diansyah Putri Handayani (BUS '12G) is climbing to raise money to build a school near the base of Carstensz Pyramid, the highest mountain in her 网盟彩票平台注册land, Indonesia. Read More »
网盟彩票官网Jeremy M. Raymer

Wall of Art

Jeremy M. Raymer (ENGR '10, '11) takes his artistic talents to the streets of Pittsburgh. Read More »
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Brewing Success

Carl Setzer (GSPIA '07) and his wife, Liu Fang, quit their jobs to open Great Leap Brewing, Beijing's first craft brewery. Read More »
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nonprofit led by Pitt alumna Jenna Baron (left, pictured with a student named Sharifai) helps refugees and immigrants adjust to new lives in the United States. Read More »
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A Man and His Unicorns

More than five decades since the publication of a book that inspired generations of readers, author Peter Beagle (A&S '59) continues to keep the magic alive. Read More »
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Hail to Pitt!

From the Oakland Zoo to rubbing the panther statue’s nose for good luck, Pitt pride thrives in our traditions.

 

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Alumni History & Memories

Learn about Pitt’s proud legacy, browse through digitized yearbooks, read reminiscences by fellow alumni, and post your own Pitt memory.

 

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Pitt alumni have excelled in nearly every profession, from arts and entertainment (novelist Michael Chabon, left, and Hollywood legend Gene Kelly) to environmentalism (Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Muta Maathai)…from science and technology (MRI discoverer Paul Lauterbur and “Father of Television” Vladimir Zworykin) to sports (football icons Tony Dorsett, Mike Ditka and Dan Marino).