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Post Malone wows with new album

Post Malone wows with new album

Written By Anna Veul, For The Globe

September 18, 2019

Post Malone has finally dropped his third album that fans have all been waiting for. Longtime fans of Post Malone, you are aware of his deeply emotional songs. It is this unique characteristic that sets Post Malone apart from the rest of the rappers in the industry. “Hollywood is Bleeding” is no exception, rut...

Homeless Gospel Choir keeps pop-punk alive in Pittsburgh

Written By Kylie Thomas, For The Globe

September 18, 2019

Derek Zanetti gets up onto The Club stage at Stage AE in front of a cramped crowd in the small space. He has an acoustic guitar around his neck. It’s actually a Frank Iero and the Patience show, yet as Frank Iero brings Zanetti onto the stage, he has captured every person in that room. The chords fall ...

‘Leave It All Behind’ and listen to SWS’s sixth studio album

Written By Kylie Thomas, For The Globe

September 18, 2019

Sleeping With Sirens recently released their sixth studio album, “How It Feels to Be Lost,” on Friday, Sept. 6. With the release of their new album comes a flashback to their past music style which brings a happy fanbase. Sleeping With Sirens is an alternative-rock band that started in 2009. The band s...

Lana Del Rey makes fans emotional with first new album in two years

Lana Del Rey makes fans emotional with first new album in two years

Written By Mya Burns, Copy Editor

September 11, 2019

On Aug. 30, 2019, Lana Del Rey released her newest album named “Norman F****** Rockwell!” Although it had been only two years since her last album, for fans it felt like decades. Norman Rockwell was an American painter and illustrator whose art depicted the everyday lives of Americans. According...

Weinstein’s abuse of power and a culture of silence

Written By Hannah Walden, Co-Features/A&E Editor

September 11, 2019

Money and power are two things that make the entertainment world go round, but so are power and abuse. Through a culture of silence, Harvey Weinstein was able to sexually harass and abuse more than 80 women for over three decades. On Sept. 2, Hulu released “Untouchable,” depicting the rise and...

Pennywise terroarizes audiences and Derry citizens in ‘It Chapter Two’

Written By Jared Murphy, News Photo Editor

September 11, 2019

Twenty-seven years ago, the Losers Club made an oath that they would return to Derry if Pennywise ever surfaced again. Now as grown adults, Mike Hanlon convinces the rest of the Losers Club to come back and kill Pennywise once and for all.  “IT Chapter 2” cranks the scares and gore up to 10 f...

Students relate zodiac traits to their major, career paths

Students relate zodiac traits to their major, career paths

Written By Lilly Hinckley, For The Globe

September 4, 2019

I encourage you to dive deeper and decide if you possess any of these qualities, and if so, how do they show up in your own work ethic? Aries (March 21 to April 19) Aries, you are the first sign in the zodiac, making you a natural born leader. Independent, ambitious and passionate, you find power in doing what you...

A guide to COPA explained by conservatory students

Written By Zoey Angelucci, For The Globe

September 4, 2019

Understanding and comprehending the Conservatory of Performing Arts (COPA) life seems to be a struggle for the average Point Park University (PPU) student. For all non-COPA students who have a limited understanding of what COPA is and the process these students had to complete to even get in the program, th...

‘It Chapter Two’ hits theaters on Friday

Written By Dara Collins, Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2019

You know what they say about Derry - no one that dies there ever really dies. At least, that’s how Pennywise’s latest disguise put it. I do not think I am alone when I say Stephen King’s “It” ruined the idea of a goofy, harmless clown. I sat on my nana’s living room floor as I watched ...

Tia’s Tickets: A summer spent in the movie theater

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor

August 28, 2019

School was out for the summer, and everyone was rushing home with big plans for the next three and a half months - some people were working all summer, while others were going on vacation. I spent the majority of my summer at the movie theater, seeing as many movies as I could before heading back to campu...

“Tartuffe” a success in experimental theatre

“Tartuffe” a success in experimental theatre

Written By Sarah Gibson, Co-Opinions Editor

August 28, 2019

Last week, I had my first experience with “experimental theatre,” and I wasn't disappointed. If we’re being honest, it was one of the best theatre experiences I’ve had in a long time. Tartuffe, which has had five showings so far at the Irma Freeman Center for Imagination and will have two more o...

Oakland house shows offer intimate experience

Oakland house shows offer intimate experience

Written By Amanda Myers, Co-Features Editor

April 16, 2019

Pittsburgh has a number of affordable venues available to college students, like Mr. Smalls, Rex Theater and Stage AE, just to name a few. But for those that want a more intimate and gritty experience complete with sweat and tears — house shows are the way to go. A house show typically consists of ...