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Pioneer Public – Bethanie Moreschi

Pioneer Public – Bethanie Moreschi

Written By Hannah Walden, Co-Features/A&E Editor

September 25, 2019

After growing up the oldest child and being a teacher and mentor to her siblings, it’s no surprise that Bethaine Moreschi became a teacher and soccer coach. “I have seven younger siblings between the ages of four and 25, so I grew up around a lot of kids,” Moreschi said. “I loved being the oldest and be...

All Pittsburgh college students invited to join Pitt Band

All Pittsburgh college students invited to join Pitt Band

Written By Sarah Juba, For The Globe

September 25, 2019

Local Pittsburgh college students looking to join a marching band after high school may be wondering where they can have the fun of being in marching band again. Whether students attend the University of Pittsburgh or not, all students are allowed a chance to join their band. Three Point Park studen...

Campus Activities Board holds ice-capade

Campus Activities Board holds ice-capade

Written By Zoey Angelucci, For The Globe

September 18, 2019

Point Park students cooled down this past week with Campus Activities Board (CAB) summer activities. CAB kept students busy with an “Ice Cream Social” on Wednesday, Sept. 11, and “Iceless Ice Skating” on Saturday, Sept. 14. CAB’s “Ice Cream Social” was set up at Village Park. It allowed students...

Pioneer Public – Pablo Uribasterra

Pioneer Public – Pablo Uribasterra

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor

September 18, 2019

Since he was 12 years old, Pablo Uribasterra has written about 50 songs. Uribasterra, a sophomore musical theatre major, has recently released an album onto all streaming platforms titled, “Quinceañera.” Uribasterra has known he has wanted to be in the entertainment industry for a while now, ...

Pioneer Public – Jayy Braxx

Pioneer Public – Jayy Braxx

Written By Hannah Walden, Co-Features/A&E Editor

September 11, 2019

At only seven years old, Jayvon Braxton became interested in the world of music after his uncle taught him to play “Lean on Me” on the piano. Since then his passion for music has grown and matured with him. Since then Braxton, 23, has learned how to play the clarinet and a variety of percussio...

CAB hosts first coffeehouse

CAB hosts first coffeehouse

September 11, 2019

The best to-do’s in Pittsburgh

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor

September 11, 2019

Living in a city is exciting. Each city has its own quirks - special traditions, festivals, hot spots and more. Pittsburgh, of course, is no different.  Downtown Pittsburgh, where Point Park is located, has a lot for people to do. Market Square is a perfect example - it always has concerts, farmer...

University welcomes new students with week of events

University welcomes new students with week of events

Written By Kenneth Foran, For The Globe

September 4, 2019

From Aug. 26 through 29, several student organizations put on events all around campus to welcome a new class of freshmen and returning students alike to another year at Point Park University. The week kicked off in Lawrence Hall Ballroom with Monte Carlo night on Aug. 26. Upon entry, students rec...

Pioneer Public – Kenny Sickles

Pioneer Public – Kenny Sickles

Written By Hannah Walden, Co-Features/A&E Editor

September 4, 2019

The typical story of dance competitions for young kids starts with hard work and determination, followed by performing in front of a panel of judges, an award ceremony and everyone going home and preparing for the next competition without really learning and growing from the level that they are at ...

International Media students visit United Kingdom

August 28, 2019

The Spring 2019 International Media class traveled to the United Kingdom in May for a two-week media studies trip. The class traveled to five cities across England and Scotland: London, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Liverpool, Manchester and Edinburgh. ...