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SPJ moves out of shadows with new president

Written By Carley Bonk, Co-Features Editor

October 10, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Taking over the Society of Professional Journalists’ (SPJ), new president Lindsay Haslett has some ideas in mind for revamping a campus organization that has primarily been absent from the conversation. by taking a more hands-on approach than in the past. “I wanted to make Point Park more encompas...

Students set sail for internships

Students set sail for internships

Written By Sarah Gibson

October 3, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, Latest Stories

Over 100 different companies and workplace representatives attended Point Park’s Internship and Job Fair on Sept. 28 which offered students the chance to meet with prospective employers and network with others in similar fields. Angela Scaramucci, director of the Career Development Center, said the event is...

Graduate takes over The Northside Chronicle

Graduate takes over The Northside Chronicle

Written By Tanner Gavlak

October 3, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Neil Strebig sat between two vacant chairs at the Internship and Job Fair in the Student Center last Thursday. The 29-year-old had his arms folded, with a shirt and tie on and newspapers fanned out in front of him. Relaxing in Village Park after the fair for an interview with the Globe, Strebig remove...

New WPPJ radio show injects humor, music

New WPPJ radio show injects humor, music

Written By Dannys Marrero

October 3, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

A new WPPJ radio show was founded on a unique idea: it imagines what it would be like if WPPJ frantically gave time slots to random people they have no confidence in. The new show, “Radio Somewhere,” put together by Chris Copen and Krist Muñoz-Malavé, changes each week with new types of musi...

Pioneer Public – Ben Schonberger

Pioneer Public – Ben Schonberger

Written By Matt Petras, Co-Features Editor

October 3, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Ben Schonberger is a photography professor on campus, but that’s not all there is to say about him. Recently, Schonberger left his home in the North Side for a five-day trip to Amsterdam where he attended an art exhibit featuring his work, among 19 others’. “I’m still jet-lagged,” he said, lau...

Pioneer Public – Matt Bauman

Pioneer Public – Matt Bauman

Written By Matt Petras, Co-Features Editor

September 26, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Matt Bauman is a Just Ducky tour-guide and likes watching movies, but, more than anything else, he’s a writer. He’s a senior creative writing student. He spent his freshman year of college at Ithaca College in New York studying film. He realized he loved writing and storytelling, but wasn’t very i...

CAB’s ‘Bingo Night’ brings in competitive crowd

CAB’s ‘Bingo Night’ brings in competitive crowd

Written By Sarah Gibson

September 26, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Students form a line from the table outside of room 701 in the Student Center back to the elevator. It’s so packed inside that it’s hard to see the carpet. Bingo has students dedicated and excited on a Thursday. The Campus Activities Board (CAB) held its first monthly bingo game last Thursday a...

Honors Program employs new assistant director

Honors Program employs new assistant director

Written By Miriah Auth

September 26, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

The role of Assistant Director for the Honors program was successfully brought back over the summer by Helen Fallon. This position had been terminated in the past due to budget cuts, leaving all the administrative work on Fallon, the director of the program. “I’ve always needed the position back...

Tools available on campus for obtaining internships

Written By Lauren Clouser

September 26, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Regardless of major, students are strongly encouraged to take on an internship during their college careers. But for someone looking to land their first internship, the process can be a bit daunting because it’s not always clear where to start. Although there is no set path for everybody, there are steps tha...

Pioneer Public – Drue Glaser

Pioneer Public – Drue Glaser

Written By Matt Petras, Co-Features Editor

September 21, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Drue Glaser, a sophomore student, has spent most of her life acting, singing and dancing. She said her mom claims she was already singing in the crib. However, she isn’t an acting major, or even in COPA. Glaser is a global cultural studies major. “I’ve been an actor all my life, but I decided it w...

Behind-the-scenes decorators place flowers

Behind-the-scenes decorators place flowers

Written By Lauren Clouser, Copy Editor

September 19, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

Although the university has considerably less green space than some campuses, it makes the most of what it does have. Flowers line the sidewalks, trees shade Village Park and shrubberies line the walls outside of Academic Hall. All of these plants are regularly cared for through the effort of both the...

Farmer’s market returns

Farmer’s market returns

Written By Mary Anne Doggett

September 19, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, PHOTOS

Jonnah McClintock, sophomore advertising and public relations major, selects blackberries from the Green Market table during the Farmer’s Market last week.

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