When we first came to Pitt, we had to reinvent the wheel when it came to spreading anarchy, and we made a fuckton of mistakes along the way.
Nightshade stands in solidarity with the autonomous actors freeing the University of Pittsburgh’s bathrooms from the gender binary.
It should come as no surprise that racism, xenophobia, anti-semitism, and other hateful ideologies have been festering at this colonist institution since its inception.
The university is crafted as an apolitical space, where political engagement is only an option as long as it is figured as a consumer choice that does not disrupt or antagonize other student’s private enjoyment.
We demand a world without police so we can create a world for each other, so we might be able to gather and grow with one another in a less alienating way.
Rest In Power Alina Sheykhet. We give our deepest condolences to Alina’s family, friends and loved ones during this challenging time.
In the classroom, on the job, in the dorms, on the patio, in Schenley Park… EVERYONE HATES A SNITCH
We will continue to answer the calls to fight in Scout’s memory. ACAB FOREVER
For an education that liberates. For a campus culture that terrifies Pitt’s board of trustees. For a campus that celebrates life.
The most creative, intersectional, funny, or disruptive intervention at the Pitt Dems’ rally this Saturday wins the grand prize!
It is unacceptable and intolerable that our University police — who we, as students of Pitt, pay for with tuition fees — would use excessive force and violence toward an unarmed, nonviolent, non-threatening protest.
This issue of Filler explores the growing resistance to the Pitt Patriarchy.