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Now that it's cold and most of those students probably failed out of college since they were sitting around instead of going to class, there are a lot fewer "occupiers". It looked impressive then though.
I am back. U of Pittsburgh right now is currently experiencing daily bomb threats, it is crazy around here. Anyway's this one is short, it is just showing the lovely scenes you can experience when walking up or down any of the public staircases around the city. These particular stairs go from Oak Hill to Allequippa St near the Birmingham Bridge: