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Fall sports teams hold Fall Festival in Village Park

Fall sports teams hold Fall Festival in Village Park

September 26, 2019

Point Park Athletics hosted a Fall Festival in Village Park on Tuesday. They offered free hot dogs to students, along with the chance to win Pioneers gear by playing games. The Festival was held to bring more student attention to fall sports as their seasons begin....

Issue 5 Fall 2019

Issue 5 Fall 2019

September 25, 2019



Students demand action during climate strike

The Climate Strike marches down Grant St. in downtown Pittsburgh on Sept. 20. People of all ages participated in the Pittsburgh Climate Strike on Sept. 20 organized by The Action Network. Marchers were encouraged to wear red and black as well as bring signs.

Written By Amara Phillips, For The Globe

September 20, 2019

  Pittsburgh’s climate strike took place Sept. 20 in front of the City-County Building. Students gathered to demand environmental justice as Leandra Mira, an 18-year-old from Upper St. Clair welcomed the crowd. Mira organized the Pittsburgh protest and demanded action from lawmakers. “Ou...

Former coach files lawsuit against university

Former head coach of the cross country and track and field teams Kelly Parsley watches his team at a meet during his tenure at Point Park. Parsley was relieved of his employment at the university in February of this year and filed a lawsuit against Point Park last week. The complaint contends unlawful termination because of Parsley’s sex and sexual orientation.

Written By Dara Collins, Editor-in-Chief

September 18, 2019

A former head coach filed a discrimination lawsuit against Point Park University last week, according to court documents. Kelly Parsley, former head coach of Point Park University’s cross country and track and field teams, filed the lawsuit against the university last Monday, according to the off...

Men extend streak with last-second goal

Sophomore Ndayisenga Emmanuel shoots as a PSU-Beaver defender    attempts to pick the ball from him. Point Park won the contest 11-0.

Written By Rachael McKriger, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Whenever soccer fans express their love of the sport to other sports fans, they are normally met with harsh criticism. There’s not enough scoring in soccer, most critics will say. The Point Park men’s soccer team put that notion to rest this week with an 11-0 victory over Penn State Beaver. The match...

Campus Activities Board holds ice-capade

Students skate in Student Center Gym during “Iceless Ice Skating” event on Saturday, Sept. 14.

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...

Issue 4 Fall 2019

Issue 4 Fall 2019

September 18, 2019

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, ...

Volleyball increases record to 8-1 after win against W&J

Now-junior middle hitter Jazlyn Rozier goes up for a kill in a game at Carlow last semester as a sophomore. Rozier has 35 kills in 17 sets this season.

Written By Dara Collins, Editor-in-Chief

September 18, 2019

In volleyball, numbers don’t mean much unless a point is the result. A team can outkill its opponent to appear dominant at the surface, but its plentiful and glaring errors will ultimately lead to a team’s demise. Numbers have been in Point Park’s favor with high kill counts, hitting percentages and ultimat...