MENU

NEWS

The Globe celebrates 50 years

The Globe celebrates 50 years

Written By Chloe Jakiela, News Photo Editor

Five decades of Globe staff members including over 100 current Globe staff members, faculty and alumni attended the 50th anniversary reunion event Saturday evening in the Lawrence Hall lobby.

March 21No Comments

Candidates For USG Vice President – Kristopher Chandler

Candidates For USG Vice President – Kristopher Chandler

Written By Michael Richter, Co-News Editor

Point Park’s United Student Government is holding elections for all of its positions April 3 to 7. For the next two weeks, the Globe will profile the candidates for President and Vice President. We ...

March 21No Comments

Candidates For USG Vice President – Davion Heron

Candidates For USG Vice President – Davion Heron

Written By Emily Bennett, Editor-Elect

Point Park’s United Student Government is holding elections for all of its positions April 3 to 7. For the next two weeks, the Globe will profile the candidates for President and Vice President. We ...

March 21No Comments

View All »

FEATURES

Real students represent the university in television ads

Real students represent the university in television ads

Written By Eddie Trizzino, Co-Features Editor

In 2012, Joe Godley was on the Conservatory of Performing Arts (COPA) floor of Lawrence Hall when he was asked for a copy of his résumé and headshot, both of which he had on him at the time. He didn’t immediately realize...

March 21No Comments

Means of voicing concerns moves towards a digital format

Means of voicing concerns moves towards a digital format

Written By Eddie Trizzino, Co-Features Editor

Every week, the members of the United Student Government’s (USG) Student Concerns Committee check the student concern and suggestion boxes located around campus. Although sometimes they contain suggestions, other times,...

March 14No Comments

Students celebrate Mardi Gras with the help of CAB

Students celebrate Mardi Gras with the help of CAB

Written By Dara Collins, Staff Writer

The heart of New Orleans and Brazil pumped through the walls of the Lawrence Hall ballroom last Thursday. Drums mimicked the sound of thunder as they created authentic Brazilian music, and the feet of dancers matched the...

March 14No Comments

View All »

Listen Live to WPPJ radio

Get the Latest from the Globe in your inbox!

* indicates required

Staff Profiles from '16-'17

Josh Croup
Josh Croup

Co-Sports Editor

Josh Croup returns to the sports desk as co-sports editor after serving during the 2016 calendar year as editor-in-chief. Josh has covered a wide variety of news stories at Point Park University from a professor's resignation to faculty union contract negotiations. He began writing for the Globe during the first week of his freshman year as the Rugby Club beat reporter. Croup started his sophomore...

Read all stories written by Josh Croup

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper
Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper