Biological Regionalism

Campus to host virtual art exhibition on waterways

'Biological Regionalism' explores streams and rivers

People Restoring Painting

Pitt-Bradford to premier documentary about painting

Restored artwork to permanently hang in KOA Speer Lobby

Margaret McMullen

Writer to talk about search for hidden family history

Israeli Holocaust monument sparks interest

Pitt-Bradford to hold screening of flag documentary

Film looks over the fight over Mississippi’s state flag

Admissions Open House

Fall admissions open houses planned

Events planned for Oct. 16, Oct. 30, Nov. 13 and Nov. 20

Student and Teacher

Pitt-Bradford to offer two new engineering technology majors

Four-year degrees to focus on mechanical and energy engineering

Africana Studies minor graduates first students

Interdisciplinary curriculum addresses global Black experience


Pitt-Bradford hosting entrepreneurship weekend for students

Brandolon Barnett ’07 to speak, along with local business people

St. Bernard Elementary

Remaining contents of high school to be made available

Items include desks, chairs, filing cabinets and fixtures

Katy Yocom

Award-winning novelist to read on campus

Reading first event in campus’s return to in-person arts