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Volume 28 Issue 19

Pitt's undergraduate enrollment applications are up 22% this year >

May 23rd, 1996

From a stagnant Pitt budget point of view, you could never have too many students. But from a packed University Library System (ULS) point of view, you could definitely have too many books. Both were major topics of discussion at the May 17 Board of Trustees' academic affairs committee meeting. First, the academic affairs committee […]

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UPJ faculty want tenure votes to be upheld >

May 23rd, 1996

Faculty Senate members at Pitt's Johnstown campus want UPJ President Albert Etheridge to uphold recommendations of faculty tenure review committees, or, when he doesn't, to explain his reservations. The faculty motion was one of three passed on a ballot vote after Etheridge denied tenure to three faculty members who had been recommended for tenure by […]

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Changes mandated to combat fraternity problems >

May 23rd, 1996

A report issued last week by the Office of Student and Public Affairs is intended to combat fraternity behavior that has tarnished Pitt's image recently. The report comes at the end of an 18-month period in which over a third of Pitt's 21 fraternities have been disciplined; one of those, Zeta Beta Tau, was expelled […]

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