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Billie Eilish gifts fans some love with Valentine

Billie Eilish gifts fans some love with Valentine

Written By Logan Dubil, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

While most people expected flowers and chocolates on Feb. 14, rising popstar Billie Eilish went overboard with the gift giving. The day before Valentine’s Day marked the release of Eilish’s newest single, “No Time to Die,” a piece that showcases how the artist’s vocal abilities can climb to...

President acquitted, what’s next?

President acquitted, what's next?

Written By Chandni Shah, Copy Editor

February 19, 2020

On Feb. 5, 2020 the Senate acquitted President Trump of both charges against him: Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress. The trial began on Dec.18, 2019 spanning almost two months, however, the outcome was predictable from the beginning since over half of the senate is Republican. America, home...

University to offer new M.A. in Environmental Journalism

Written By Stephanie Kroll

January 22, 2020

A brand new 36-credit master’s degree program will start up at the beginning of the Fall 2020 semester for anybody interested in furthering their communications career in environmental journalism. In years past, Point Park University offered an undergraduate degree in environmental journalism,...

First-year floors compete at Pizza with the President

First-year floors compete at Pizza with the President

Written By Jared Murphy, News Photo Editor

October 23, 2019

The Globe’s Point – Wasted Information

The Globe's Point - Wasted Information

Written By Globe Editorial Staff

September 25, 2019

The life of a student media member isn’t always easy or fun. A lot of the time it can be fun, like on Monday nights when we put The Globe together and eat pizza and generally goof around. But sometimes, like when we hear that The Globe is being taken from newsstands and thrown in the trash, things...

Yinzers celebrate working class at labor day parade

Pittsburghers march in the annual Labor Day Parade on Monday, Sept. 2. Various organizations including the Pittsburgh Firefighters Memorial Pipe Band marched downtown.

Written By Katie Williams, For The Globe

September 4, 2019

Cheer completes second season as varsity sport

The competitive cheer team performs their routine as part of the Pioneer Showcase. This past weekend, the cheer team competed in Myrtle Beach as part of the Cheer Ltd. Nationals at Canam to end the season.

Written By Robert Berger, Co-Sports Editor

March 19, 2019

After finishing just short of qualifying for the National Championship meet, The Pioneer competitive cheerleading team ended their season last weekend in Myrtle Beach competing in the Cheer Ltd. Nationals at Canam. “It was definitely an unforgettable experience because our team has never done anything...

Issue 4 Spring 2019

Issue 4 Spring 2019

January 29, 2019

Women split conference games; fourth in RSC East

Sierra Dawson takes a free throw in a game against WVU Tech earlier this year. The team fell to IU Southeast last Saturday 79-67.

Written By Allison Schubert, Co-Sports Editor

January 22, 2019

The women’s basketball team outscored Brescia University in each of the first three quarters of their matchup in Owensboro, Kentucky last Thursday. A late comeback by the Bearcats in the final ten minutes, however, is what led to the 80-80 tie at the end of regulation. The Pioneers held a 13-poi...

Favorite author surprises student for act of kindness

Favorite author surprises student for act of kindness

January 22, 2019

Senior Mass Communications student Ian Brady embraces Wesleyville resident Shani Bills. Brady opened his Pittsburgh apartment to the Bills family when Shani’s husband, Paul, suffered a brain aneurysm on Dec. 8, 2018 and was admitted to a local hospital. To commend Brady’s act of kindness, author Kev...