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Ranking important issues in your life;

Ranking important issues in your life;

Written By Autumn Barszczowski, Business Manager
February 21
Filed under OPINIONS

The other day while sitting in my research class, a fellow student handed out a survey about his client’s brand. One question stood out to me as it asked respondents to rank a number of issues (like animal rights, feminism, etc.). The idea of ranking the most important human rights or environmental...

Someone Put Trump in His Place

Someone Put Trump in His Place

Written By Troy Patrick
February 14
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This week’s newspapers have been plastered with the heated debate happening between the Trump administration and the federal courts over the recent travel ban concerning seven Muslim majority countries. This order rides dangerously close to unconstitutional since it is a blatant attempt at legalizing...

Democrats need to confirm Gorsuch to save Congress

Democrats need to confirm Gorsuch to save Congress

Written By Iain Oldman, Staff Writer
February 14
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When President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court bench, he did so with his usual, disoriented flair. One CNN producer reported that they saw Thomas Hardiman – a potential justice pick and federal judge based out of Pittsburgh – on the Pennsylvania Turnpike...

Comparison to Orwell’s 1984 needed

Comparison to Orwell’s 1984 needed

Written By Matt Petras, Staff Writer
February 14
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It’s become a cliché to compare George Orwell’s dystopian novel “1984” to current events, but affirming that connection became morally necessary whenever President Trump tweeted the following on Feb. 6: “Any negative polls are fake news, just like the CNN, ABC, NBC polls in the election....

The Globe’s Point – Water issues linger on for some

The Globe’s Point – Water issues linger on for some

Written By Editorial Board
February 14
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For Point Park students living off campus, the week before last meant a mad rush to the nearest CVS to buy gallons of water for cooking and cleaning purposes when the advisory from the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority went into effect. Students living specifically in the Oakland area were advised...

Concern for Climate Change

Concern for Climate Change

Written By Carley Bonk
February 7
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With 2016 being named the hottest year on record, climate change has become a serious issue facing the human race.  Due to rising levels of carbon monoxide and other greenhouse gases in our atmosphere, temperatures are rising across the globe at a consistent rate. There is overwhelming scientific...

A letter from the editor – Celebrating Point Park’s other stage

A letter from the editor – Celebrating Point Park’s other stage

Written By Alexander Popichak, Editor-in-Chief
February 7
Filed under OPINIONS, The Globe's 50th Anniversary

This week’s edition marks exactly 50 years to the day the Globe was first distributed on campus. Since then, the Globe has been a part of the start of countless journalists’ careers and students have sounded off on international, national, local and Point Park-related issues. In researching the...

What sets Point Park apart from other local colleges

What sets Point Park apart from other local colleges

Written By Manon Riley
February 7
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When somebody mentions their college experience, it usually involves the bores of large lectures, the thrill of football games and the extraordinary quality of people they’ve met; usually ones that stay in their lives forever. Point Park checks off only one of the things on that list: unforgettable...

Finding my footing at Point Park

Finding my footing at Point Park

Written By Ashley Morris
February 7
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When I was a kid, I always imagined what it would be like to live in a city. My whole life I have lived in the same small town and went to school with the same group of kids. When I graduated from Youngsville High School, there were only 61 other students who received their diplomas with me. It was as...

The progress we’ve made since 1967

The progress we’ve made since 1967

Written By Autumn Barszczowski, Business Manager
February 7
Filed under OPINIONS, The Globe's 50th Anniversary

Let me set the scene for you: 1967, the year the Globe debuted, was at the tail end of the Civil Rights movement, during the second wave  of white feminism, and before the Stonewall riots. It was a time of historical movements that stemmed from people trying to improve their livelihoods, obtain equal...

The Globe’s Point – Looking for love in all the wrong places

The Globe’s Point – Looking for love in all the wrong places

Written By Editorial Board
February 7
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It’s been said that Valentine’s Day is an unfortunate holiday for two kinds of people — those who are single and those who aren’t. Generally, for people who are single, it’s a reminder (and quite frankly a big fish to the face) that you don’t have anyone to cuddle with while watching Shameless...

The Globe’s Point – Tuition increase an annual upset

The Globe’s Point – Tuition increase an annual upset

Written By Editorial Board
January 31
Filed under OPINIONS

Last Monday during our layout meeting, as we do every week, the editorial board discussed which stories from our news section should be placed on our front page. Nearly all of the section editors looking at the layout agreed that while the story on this year’s tuition hike was significant, editors...

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