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Last-minute Halloween costume ideas from your closet

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor October 27, 2021

Everyone has been there—it’s less than a week till Halloween, and you have no idea what to dress up as. It’s too late to go shopping for an expensive costume, and your supplies are limited. You browse...

Cozy recipes for chilly fall and winter weather

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor October 27, 2021

Fall and winter is the perfect season to find fun new recipes for things to bake. Whether you’re a pumpkin person or an apple person, there’s a recipe for you to enjoy this chilly season. Taylor...

Judging Java: Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Coffee Columnist October 27, 2021

4 Globes Two years ago, after years of having pumpkin spice lattes hyped up to me, I went to Point Perk and ordered one. It was terrible, and I thought to myself “why would anyone drink this?” In...

WPPJ gets ready to hold the 41st Rock-A-Thon

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor October 20, 2021

Every year, the student radio station on campus, WPPJ, hosts a multiple-day event to raise money for The Early Learning Institute. Rock-a-Thon will be held next week with exciting prizes to be won. Zac...

The Vindy’s Jackie Popovec talks Women Who Rock benefit concert

The Vindy’s Jackie Popovec talks Women Who Rock benefit concert

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor October 20, 2021

On October 16, Women Who Rock held their fourth annual benefit concert for Magee-Womens Research Institute featuring big rock industry names such as Rita Wilson, Sheila E., Orianthi and Lauren Monroe with...

Judging Java: KFC

Judging Java: KFC

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Coffee Columnist October 20, 2021

2 Globes I have had a lot of fast food coffee in my life, and something about them is so consistently mediocre. When I say consistently mediocre, I mean that they are a specific type of consistently...

Students reflect on Pittsburgh Playhouse returning to in-person performances

Students reflect on Pittsburgh Playhouse returning to in-person performances

Written By Alexis Wary, For The Globe October 20, 2021
For the first time in over a year, the Pittsburgh Playhouse is holding in-person shows once again. Students who work with the Playhouse are having more in-person classes than last year and get to learn face to face with fellow students and faculty.
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Pioneer Public: Genesis Harshell

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor October 13, 2021
Art has always been a passion of student Genesis Harshell (she/they), and she recently got to share her passion with a Twitch streamer that she looks up to.
A cappuccino from La Prima in the Strip District

Judging Java: La Prima Espresso Company

La Prima is the first coffee establishment to receive a 5 Globe ranking from our resident Coffee Columnist
Written By Jake Dabkowski, Coffee Columnist October 13, 2021

5 Globes This week, I was in the Strip District and thought to myself, “I could really go for a traditional cappuccino.” I did not expect that the cappuccino I would end up ordering would be the...

Fall into autumn with 8 activities for non-scary Halloween lovers

Fall into autumn with 8 activities for non-scary Halloween lovers

Written By Rachel Ross, For The Globe October 6, 2021

The temperature is dropping, it’s getting darker earlier, and anything and everything that could possibly have a pumpkin spice variation is being given one: Fall is officially upon us. Among these staples...

Judging Java: Phoenix, Arizona

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Coffee Columnist October 6, 2021

Last weekend, I had the distinct pleasure of traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, with my girlfriend, Maggie, to see the band AJJ perform live on my 21st birthday. If you’re unfamiliar with the band AJJ, they’re...

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Pioneer Public: Colleen Hooper

Written By Maegan Fewell, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

The Point Park community may know Dr. Colleen Hooper well from her work at the Dance Department under the Conservatory of Performing Arts. As a dance educator, choreographer and artist, she was first...

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