Pittsburgh Airport reveals plan for overhaul

Marissa Wiesenbach, North Campus Writer

April 3, 2019

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Pittsburgh has unveiled a $1.1 billion renovation plan that will modernize the city’s airport and provide it with a newly-constructed 51-gate passenger terminal. According to USA Today, Pittsburgh officials state that the...

State to replace voting machines by 2020

Kumar Simms, South Hills Writer

April 3, 2019

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2020 elections are coming up soon enough and, with them, the deadline to replace voting machinery in Pennsylvania. In April, Governor Tom Wolf gave districts a due date of 2020 to upgrade to ballot machines that will actually...

Kennywood introduces ‘Steelers Country’

Marissa Wiesenbach, North Campus Writer

April 3, 2019

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Kennywood Park and the Pittsburgh Steelers – a professional American football team – have come together for an all-new, historic collaboration. In 2019, Kennywood Park will open a Pittsburgh Steelers-inspired area called...

For-profit colleges asked to reimburse students

Ivan Weis-Palacios, North Campus Editor

March 6, 2019

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After an investigation into student loan debt, Pennsylvania’s top law enforcement officer has announced action. Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania’s state attorney general, declared that for-profit education company Career Education...

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