Ahead of our Who’s Next bash, 28 honorees shared updates — both personal and professional.
If you’re ‘With Pitt,’ you can send a message to your lawmakers in Harrisburg.
And, oddly enough, he wasn’t that far off.
“If it’s eds and meds in Pittsburgh, then it will be unionized eds and meds in Pittsburgh,” a union leader said.
A grant was supposed to keep 50 Homewood students in the shop through the fall. Now, 100 students are going to summer camp.
The Senate plan would slash funding, but the number put forth by the Democrat is just wrong.
How one Carlow student brought Pittsburgh’s Yeshiva Schools and the university together for training
“Our hope is that it has a de-stigmatizing effect [on mental health].”
|What||Teachers from Schenley High School, which controversially closed in 2011, will participate in a panel with author Jake Oresick, who wrote a book about his alma mater. The school building is now home to high-end condos, so expect an interesting conversation.|
|Where||Carnegie Library Lecture Hall at 4400 Forbes Ave. (Oakland)|
|When||May 8, 2017 at 6:00 pm|
Pittsburgh Public Schools claimed a pencil was a weapon and expelled a student. The courts disagree.
An attorney for the expelled student said the case sends a message to districts across the commonwealth.
You can also meet the candidates at two forums next month.
They’re seeking a change to the Code of Student Conduct.
It focused on public safety, affordable housing, family outcomes, businesses and organizations, education and employment.