OnQ Close-up: Tuition Tax Controversy

OnQ's Michael Bartley hosts a discussion on the much-debated proposed City of Pittsburgh tuition tax. Council members Ricky Burgess, Theresa Kail-Smith, and Bill Peduto join Chatham University President Esther Barazzone and Pitt graduate student Daniel Jimenez, as council prepares to vote on whether to tax local university students to satisfy the city's pension deficit.


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OnQ Contributor Doug Oster visits the BIGELOW GRILLE restaurant in downtown Pittsburgh's Doubletree Hotel.


OnQ's Michael Bartley takes you inside the new upscale Fairmont Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh. You'll also see other new exciting downtown developments including the new Consol Energy Center, new living places and more.


As the Roethlisberger case develops so does the OffQ conversation!  The gang discusses a number of things including the Rooney family, the D.A.'s decision not to prosecute and the alleged victim's written statements.  They also touch on the Tea Party in Pittsburgh and possible criminal actions with the West Virginia mine explosion.


Dr. Bobby Collins discusses with Chris Moore how oral health is linked to a person's overall health, and how in Pennsylvania lack of dental insurance should not be a barrier to receiving dental care.


Ms. Parsons is a World War II Veteran who was stationed in Washington, D.C. working on the highly “Top-Secret” efforts to decode the German U-Boat communications.


These Pitt students have traditional majors like psychology and communications - but their music is anything but. This acapella choir uses "vocal percussion" and trendy moves, covering genres that range from hip hop and R & B, to classic rock and pop.


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