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News

Campaign finance reform becomes a crucial platform is

Former Survivor contestant visits Pitt

Athletes train their mind at AIA

Planned Parenthood supports UNFPA

Pitt cheerleaders and dance team rock the Fitzerald Fieldhouse

Bread for the world promotes hunger awareness

Impressions

Da playas gonna play

Men are from the "O" and women are from "Starbucks"

Mexican exchange student enters a party!

Alcohol visits many faces across lands

Complaints of loneliness can be solved

Inventions of Black America rock

It is a matter of principle and ethics

"Mi casa es su casa": My home is your home

Features

Pitt student assimilates into Delta Zeta

Chi Omega rocks in student's life!

Sports

Panthers rise to victory in Orlando


Panthers Tangerine Bowl victory spreads cheer through football players, cheerleaders, and fans!

Pitt finishes at the Fieldhouse with firepower

Knight and Howland receive Big East honors

Pitt's dance team shakes their way into the spotlight

Freshman cheerleader shares experience

Paralympics give hope

Next season for the Panthers looks promising

Prospective teams aiming for the title in 2003

Expressions

Moral law or religious banter: The debate over the 10 Commandments continues

Court approves peaceful minute

Zultan/Yunich enlighten freshman student!

Start the year 2002 with a new perspective!

Music teaches

Gospel revealed through semantics and word play

Expressions of praise give audience new hope!

Identity can be a complicated matter

My kiss of a lifetime hopes to be special

Jubilee Afrikana rocks the Hilton Hotel in Downtown

Only the right antidote can protect your life

God's love is alphabetically revealed in random languages

God and the Baby

SPECIAL FEATURE

Top 25 reasons behind the origin's of the candy cane

The top 21 responses to 'I have a dream today that....'
Top 14 responses to "A Loving Friend is...."

In celebration of Valentine's Day, the top 50-26 responses to 'Love is....'

In celebration of Valentine's Day, the top 25-1 responses to 'Love is....'

In remembrance of 'Good Friday', the top 25 student responses to 'Loving the world God...'

Entertainment

July 4th fireworks rock Point State Park with a bang

Food

Review of Kuntz Bakery

Business

Finding the sweetest pad in Pittsburgh

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PS NCAA Predictors Jam
Ramesh C. Reddy
Editor-in-Chief

Editors note: The Pittsburgh Standard does not adhere to gambling or betting. I present this game to you to have fun and challenge yourself to know different teams in the NCAA during the NCAA Tournament. The best way to do that is finding out about the teams and challenging yourself to predict winners based on the teams and anticipating upsets can happen. Even though I am playing the game, I will excuse myself from being the final winner. The runner up will receive the prize.

Introduction:

Welcome to PS NCAA Tournament Picks! You have to pick the entire bracket and the final winner. You will do that in four separate submissions: MidWest, West, East, and South!

Every round, you will be going up against another Pitt student and so after Round 1, 32 students will advance to Round 2!

In the end, only 1 will remain standing as the winner. The winner have the possibility to win $123.00. I say possibility because it depends on how much is banked each round. Each round, you can earn $20.48 cents! After all the rounds are over, every rounds amount will be added and given to the winner!

Will you be the one that gets jammed into the elimination pool or will you be the one that jams on to become the winner?

Find out each week as you pit yourself against your peers who will try to outwit your predictions.

Pit yourself against other Pitt students picking plenty of games!
 
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