Point Park Globe

Point Park expands classrooms further through the city of Pittsburgh

June 29, 2016

 Stage AE, located on the North side, is commonly known for supplying the city of Pittsburgh with rarely seen but generally known shows and events. So far this year, musicians like Girl Talk, Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg have all graced the venue and paid gratitude for their loyal fan base. Many Point Pa...

‘Cinderella’ charms Pittsburgh audiences

Written By Kim Roberts

June 29, 2016

Masses of Pittsburghers filled the Benedum Center for Performing Arts Downtown on Saturday night to see Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's "Cinderella." Little girls in sparkly ball gowns and glittering tiaras of their own sat anxiously in their seats, craning their necks to see when the curtain would rise an...

Point Park University’s Distinguished Master Artist Held Final Workshop

Written By Rachel Weber

June 29, 2016

Marvin Hamlisch, Point Park University's Distinguished Master Artist in Residence for fall 2011, held his last workshop on Friday, Jan. 27. This one focused on musical compositions he created for films.A legendary musical theater composer came to Point Park University's Conservatory of Performing Ar...

Condom Carnival to be held Tuesday Evening

Written By Lindsey Watson

June 29, 2016

The conversation of sexual health has, in the past, been almost taboo within our society. Although it's no secret that college students are having sex, the Resident Hall Association  (RHA) believes students should educate themselves on the subject.Thus Point Park University's annual Condom Carnival wa...

Port Authority bus hits man on Point Park Corner

Written By Kalea Hall

June 29, 2016

An unknown male was hit by a Port Authority bus this evening on the corner of Wood St. and Boulevard of the Allies. Port Authority bus #5714, was heading down Wood St. and struck the man. A green hat and newspaper were laying in the middle of the street as the police, ambulance personnel and members of...

Democracy Comes at a Cost in the East

Written By Ciara Nelson

June 29, 2016

Arab populations in Northern Africa and the Middle East have been in a state of revolt for weeks leading to the ousting of two dictatorial leaders in Tunisia and Egypt, giving steadfast hope to many countries continuing the revolution.The uprising of riots began in Tunisia caused President Zine El Ab...

Port Authority needs to reevaluate business practices

Written By Alex Stumpf

June 29, 2016

The Port Authority's latest cuts of 37 routes by March 27th will leave thousands of people without any means of transportation, 13,000 people, to be exact.Pittsburgh's Port Authority has struggled financially the past few years for a variety of reasons, the most notable problems being increasing gas pr...

Disney presents: Star Wars

Written By Joe Balewski

June 29, 2016

When the news broke that Disney acquired the Star Wars franchise, the general consensus amongst Star Wars and Disney fans alike was, "I don't know how to feel about this!"There are too many unanswered questions and unadulterated feelings about the films for anyone to really come up with a decisive an...

Recent firing of Journalists a restriction of free speech?

Written By Christy Zalewski

June 29, 2016

The recent firing of Juan Williams from NPR and Rick Sanchez from CNN is compromising the First Amendment rights of broadcast journalists. Media networks such as these are requiring their journalists to forfeit their right to the freedom of speech even while not reporting or appearing on their employers' ne...

Do celebrity endorsements really persuade consumer buys?

Written By Dawn Stromberg

June 29, 2016

Tiger Woods and Nike, Michael Jordan and Hanes, Queen Latifah and Cover Girl, what do they all have in common? Companies like Nike, Hanes, and Cover Girl use stars to sell their product, which can be called celebrity endorsements. These advertisements can be seen on television, in magazines, heard on...

Dog lovers go to Animal Friends to find love

Written By Alex Stumpf

June 29, 2016

On Feb. 10, dozens of dog lovers attended Animal Friends' first ever "Must Love Dogs" speed dating event.While it may be speed dating, those who went to the North Hills animal shelter that night did not be coming alone. Instead, they brought their prized pooches to meet their perspective dates as we...

February Photo Contest

Written By The Globe

June 29, 2016

Febuary's photo contest winner is Freshmen, multimedia major, Gina Zuccolotto. Second place winner is Sean Mckeag and Jace Lumley.First place winner: Gina ZuccolottoSecond place winner: Sean McKeagThird place winner: Jace LumleyPhoto submissions for the March Photo Contest are being accepted until Ma...