Help carry our coverage forward.
We'll help carry your stuff.

This spacious zippered tote with a design by local artist Andrea Shockling represents different Pittsburghers' walks of life, just like we strive for our nonprofit newsroom's journalism to do.

Make a gift of $7/month or more to get yours today!

A Publicsource tote bag sitting on a chair, filled with a bouquet of flowers, an umbrella, and fruit. The tote reads PUBLICSOURCE: Journalism for a better Pittsburgh and shows images of a person in a wheelchair, a person in a headscarf holding the hands of two children, a person running, and a person carrying a stack of books.

Sign up for our free weekly newsletter.


UPrep’s resets: A school meant to bring Pitt’s resources to Hill students goes back to the drawing board

“The name University Prep is something that carries over from the initial vision for the school,” UPrep Principal Eric Graf said. “In the years since it’s been established, that vision has atrophied and changed. And in many ways, ‘UPrep’ has — the name has kind of become a little bit of an albatross around the school and an irony.”