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An inside look: The inspiration behind professor’s latest art installation

Mincemoyer works on creating the art installation. Photo Credit: Carin Mincemoyer
November 25, 2020

Throughout her life, Mincemoyer has always worked with her hands on the influence of her parents, both hard working in careers and hobbies.    “My dad was a diesel mechanic, so he worked...

Women’s soccer goes 1-1 on the week, final game rescheduled

Women’s soccer goes 1-1 on the week, final game rescheduled
November 4, 2020

The women’s soccer team split their two games this week, defeating the University of Rio Grande Red Storm at home 2-0 and then losing to the Asbury University Eagles 2-0 at home on Senior Day while playing...

Women’s soccer goes 1-1 for the week, prep for rest of busy October

Women's soccer goes 1-1 for the week, prep for rest of busy October
October 14, 2020

Point Park’s very own women’s soccer team was able to defeat the Carlow University Celtics 4-3 in overtime this week on Tuesday, Oct. 6, but were defeated two days later on Thursday, Oct. 8 against...

President Hennigan announces retirement from university to take effect summer 2021 

October 7, 2020

The Board of Trustees announced the retirement of President Paul Hennigan, effective in the summer of 2021, in an email to the university community on the morning of Monday, Oct. 5.  “I am honored...

Letter from the Editor: The disappointing downfall of a historic institution

September 23, 2020

The community that The Globe serves is quite small. This is especially apparent when our community is compared to the community served by other, professional news outlets—such as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,...

Mother of deceased Duquesne student on day 70 of hunger strike at the march to honor her son

September 16, 2020

“Mama Mama pray for me, why won’t the system let me be? Ain’t no use in looking down, ain’t no justice on the ground. There ain’t no crime in being brown.” The crowd sang on the morning...

Athletics prepares for full seasons despite COVID-19

Athletics prepares for full seasons despite COVID-19
September 2, 2020

On Friday, August 14, all fall sports athletes returned to campus to begin training and practices for their respective upcoming seasons.  Point Park University, the River States Conference, and...

South Side begins bear hunts during quarantine

April 1, 2020

South Side residents started to put stuffed bears in their windows for children and families walking or driving by to enjoy during quarantine. Communities all over the country are participating in...

Bluebird Kitchen offers delightful fresh cuisine – at the cost of eating into your wallet

Bluebird Kitchen offers delightful fresh cuisine - at the cost of eating into your wallet
March 25, 2020

It can be easy as a student to fall into the rhythm of visiting the same fast-food restaurants in Market Square—Chipotle, Noodles and Company, Starbucks. However, if you’re looking for a change in...

Instruction moves online due to coronavirus concerns

March 18, 2020

The university announced last Thursday that class instruction would move online this week on Wednesday, March 18, after having classes cancelled Friday, March 14 through Tuesday, March 17 due to coronavirus...

Pioneer Public – Niko Roros

March 18, 2020

Men’s soccer player Niko Roros was traveling from a game in Detroit when he got the message that would change his life.  Roros, who had played soccer in Italy in 2018, had caught the eye of the Soccer...

‘Invisible Man’ second reboot pleases critics

March 18, 2020

Elizabeth Moss fights her invisible ex-boyfriend in “The Invisible Man.” The film was released to theaters on Feb. 28 and currently has a 91 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.  “The Invisible...

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