Point Park Globe

Issue 14 Fall 2019

Issue 14 Fall 2019

December 4, 2019

Women follow blowout win with heartbreak loss

Junior guard Michelle Burns faces a defender from Bryant & Stratton on Saturday night. The Pioneers lost 76-75.

Written By Allison Schubert, Co-Sports Editor

November 20, 2019

The women’s basketball team found themselves on both sides of the spectrum this past week, winning one of its two games in blowout fashion before losing a heartbreaker in the home opener. The women first traveled to McKeesport for a night game against Penn State - Greater Allegheny (PSUGA). Th...

Men win back-to-back blowouts, improve to 4-2

Junior Kyle Carrington gets ready to shoot a free throw.

Written By Mason Strawn, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

The men’s basketball team came back with a vengeance this weekend, blowing out Penn State-New Kensington and Bryant & Stratton-Buffalo back to back. After last weekend’s trip to Miami, where the Pioneers went 1-2, the team came back with a mindset of domination at hand. In Friday’s game...

COPA dance department showcases student talent

Bailey Eland and Shalece Heugas in “The Paradigm of Us” choreographed by Sydney Jones.

Written By Rosalie Anthony, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

Walking into the theatre you were filled with suspense, as the program was filled with a variety of pieces offering an infinite amount of possibilities. The stage was dark and as people started to fill the seats, you could feel the energy exuding. With a show choreographed by young, aspiring artists, ...

Often forgotten childhood stories teach life-long lessons

Often forgotten childhood  stories teach life-long lessons

Written By Chandni Shah, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

When we put away childish things of the past, one of the things to go are our books. We grow too old for them and start to read more challenging and longer works suited for our age. They hit the curb or a local Goodwill along with our too-small clothes and shoes, dusty unused toys and stuffed animals that too...

Volleyball plagued by quarterfinals curse for 4th year, RSC hosted in Student Center Gym this past weekend

Senior Brittney Bianco gets ready to set the ball in a set against Asbury in the student center gym on Friday.

Written By Dara Collins, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2019

Point Park volleyball’s season ended last Friday in the quarterfinal round of the River States Conference Championship, notching the fourth season in a row that the Pioneers hit a roadblock in the opening round. “Although our season ended earlier than we had wanted, we still have so much to be pro...

Women’s soccer ends season in RSC Semifinal to Asbury

Senior Chloe Bowser passes the ball to a teammate on Senior Day at Montour Junction Sports Complex. Bowser is one of six seniors who ended their season last Thursday with their loss in the semifinals.

Written By Austin Alkire, Co-Sports Editor

November 20, 2019

Every underdog story has a pattern. The underdog in sports has a pattern that the women’s soccer team find themselves familiar with. “We were the underdogs of this tournament which was a positive for us because other teams didn’t expect us to come out as tough as we did,” senior Gabby Wid...

Issue 13 Fall 2019

Issue 13 Fall 2019

November 20, 2019