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Judging Java: Gasoline Street Coffee

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Co-News Editor March 3, 2021

4 Globes out of 5   I want to make something extremely clear before I begin my review. Despite having the word gasoline in its name, Gasoline Street Coffee does not contain gasoline. Drinking...

Point Park Alum releases novel set in dystopian Pittsburgh

Written By Kylie Thomas and Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editors March 3, 2021

From zombie movies to superhero universes, Pittsburgh has been home to a plethora of creative media. With Point Park alumni Lucy Leitner’s latest novel, “Outrage Level 10,” Pittsburgh becomes the...

Judging Java: The French Press

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Co-News Editor February 24, 2021

3 Globes out of 5   Most college students have no idea how coffee is actually made. Coffee is made in a Keurig, and it’s made like magic. I hadn’t used a real coffee maker in a long time,...

How students can relax and recharge this semester

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor February 24, 2021

Normally, now would be the time that students would be heading home for a relaxing week of spring break. Spring break gives students some time where they can push the college work to the side and focus...

Low enrollment affects staff and students

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor February 24, 2021

COVID-19 has drastically changed the way things operate, both inside and outside of the university, and a struggle that faculty and students alike now have to deal with is low enrollment in classes. Low...

Campus Activities Board holds mystery book grab event

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor February 17, 2021

After buying expensive textbooks for different classes, it can hurt a student’s wallet, making it hard to be able to buy a book to read for pleasure that isn’t required for a class. But, the Campus...

Judging Java: Bruegger’s Bagels

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Co-News Editor February 17, 2021

1.5 Globes out of 5   Bruegger’s Bagels is not a coffee shop. They are a bagel shop that serves coffee. Their bagels are great. Their coffee is not. Now, before I get into the bulk of this...

Love Pittsburgh

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor February 17, 2021

Valentine’s Day-themed treat bags filled tables set up in Lawrence Hall 200 on Monday for CAB’s Love, Pittsburgh event.  The event was planned by Autumn Plutt, the Coordinator of CAB’s Experience...

Judging Java: Coca-Cola with Coffee

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Co-News Editor February 10, 2021

When I was a sophomore in high school, before I became chemically addicted to coffee, I would drink Coke Zero in the morning before school would start. Picture a 16-year-old in a Weezer shirt and cargo...

Students express safe Valentine’s Day plans

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor February 10, 2021

Any other year, on Valentine’s Day couples and singles would go out for a night on the town. Whether that be dinner, a movie, a bar, or even just being in each other’s company, it’s a day to be close...

How to Be Single on the Worst Day to Be Single

Written By Elena Bengel February 3, 2021

Walking down the streets of Market Square on Valentine’s Day, what do you see? Happy couples hand in hand, looking for the perfect place to sit and enjoy their holiday dinner. Smiling, laughing, and...

Judging Java: McDonald’s

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Co-News Editor February 3, 2021

1/2 Globes out of 5   Most college-aged kids seem to be under the impression that all cups of coffee are the same, but in reality, not all coffee is created equal. In this column, I review the...

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