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What's online?

This collection comprises a complete run of The Pitt Weekly and Pitt News from 1910 to 2004. BROWSE ALL ISSUES HERE.

Like many other colleges and universities, the University Library System (ULS) has digitized the University of Pittsburgh’s annual yearbooks and provides their online access to the research community. In doing so, the ULS does not endorse the views expressed in such materials, but rather reminds researchers that the yearbooks must be viewed in the context of the time in which they were originally created.

What's in the entire collection?

The University Archives maintains a complete physical collection of The Pitt Weekly and Pitt News, with the exception of the issues from 1999.

About the Pitt News

Students at the University of Pittsburgh began to publish their own newspaper, The Pitt Weekly, on September 26, 1910. With the last issue of The Pitt Weekly on October 7, 1932, its successor, Pitt News, continued to report on campus happenings and provide a record of student life on campus. The paper increased production from two to three issues per week starting in 1963 and to five issues per week in 1997. Currently during the Fall and Spring semesters the Pitt News publishes five times per week and during the summer semester publication is limited to weekly issues.

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