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April - May 2002

National Day of Prayer observed in Downtown

Volume I, Issue VIII
NEWS

Students vote for SGB candidates on April 11

Pittsburgh Standard presents you Student Government Board candidates' speeches from 'Meet the Candidates'

Pitt students participate in cosmic bowling

Pitt students sell their tickets and get left  behind

IMPRESSIONS

Editorial 1: Racial, gender, and special interest groups aim for your vote

Editorial 2:     SGB candidates who do not and do get our support

Top 11 ways students respond to 'SGB' is.....

Letters to the editor:

Cherishing the sanctity of life should always be a beautiful choice for women!

No debate occurs regarding the sin of homosexuality according to the Bible!

Pittsburgh Standard needs to show a little bit more wisdom!                   

Bensylvania Comic Strip

Pittsburgh comes alive in the summer time

Pitt senior reflects on his four years of college

SPORTS

Panthers enjoy victories in Pittsburgh before losing in Kentucky at the Sweet 16

Next season for the Panthers looks promising

Prospective teams aiming for the title in 2003

Hoosiers fire the Blue Devils from Sweet 16

Pitt students have a blast at Rupp Arena

Archives Coming Soon

September 2001

October 2001

November 2001

December 2001

January 2002

February 2002

March 2002

Ramesh C. Reddy                                                                                                                            Managing Editor

Hundreds of people gathered at Market Square in Downtown on the evening of Thurs, May 02,02 to observe the National Day of Prayer.

Around 6:30 pm, Senior Pastor Rockwell Dillaman of the Allegheny Center Alliance Church gave the opening prayer followed by worship and more prayer led by participants gathered there.

 As the hour and a half event progressed, multiple issues were prayed for whether it be regarding our nation, our city, our children, our civil servants, our military and so on.

Crowds joined in the time of  worship led by worship leaders of different churches from the area.

 

Photos by Ramesh C. Reddy

Many worshippers held God Bless America flags as youth of this city clapped, bowed down, and raised their hands in worship.

The prayer time included a call to repentance as many prayed aloud repenting their sins and confessing Jesus as their Lord and Personal Savior.

Photos by Ramesh C. Reddy

While the closing songs were being sung around 8:00 pm, few gathered in front of the stage to be prayed for by the prayer team. Those who received Christ for the first time that night also received a New King James Version of the Gospel of John to give them a start in their Christian walk.

Pitt Cheerleaders take 7th in Nationals

Photo by Ramesh C. Reddy

Many of the University of Pittsburgh Cheerleaders pictured above went to the National Cheerleading Competition and placed 7th in the nation.

New Student Government Board takes office

                 

Kevin         Liz                    Bryan             Brandy                 Patrick            Andy             Jason

Washo       Culliton             Thomas          Blasko                  Creighton        Hutelmyer     Somma

Andrea DeChellis and LaTasha Mayes picture was unavailable at time of print

Photos by Ramesh C. Reddy

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