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LatinX students host kickoff event in Village Park

LatinX students host kickoff event in Village Park

Written By Sara Cronin, Co-Copy Desk Chief

October 2, 2019

Point Park’s LatinX Student Association hosted their first event of the semester this past Thursday. Village Park was filled with laughter and upbeat Latin American music as students danced and enjoyed each other’s company. The LatinX kickoff event offered free food, music and small pins and s...

Pioneer Public – Lucy Leitner

Pioneer Public – Lucy Leitner

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

October 2, 2019

It was during a “boring” office safety meeting that 36-year-old Point Park alum, Lucy Leitner was inspired to write. During the next four years, she collected notes of her co-workers’ behaviors and noted the resemblance to zombies, publishing “Working Stiffs,” a horror-comedy novel, in 2012...

‘This Is Us’ introduces fourth season, includes new characters

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

October 2, 2019

The show is about people whose lives are all connected in some way. It focuses on a couple, Jack and Rebecca Pearson, and their kids throughout their lives-triplets Kevin, Kate and Randall Pearson. As usual, the new season begins on “The Big Three’s” birthday. However, the episode focuses primarily...

Fall sports teams hold Fall Festival in Village Park

Fall sports teams hold Fall Festival in Village Park

September 26, 2019

Point Park Athletics hosted a Fall Festival in Village Park on Tuesday. They offered free hot dogs to students, along with the chance to win Pioneers gear by playing games. The Festival was held to bring more student attention to fall sports as their seasons begin....

A look ahead to the upcoming Playhouse show season

Written By Rosalie Anthony, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

Point Park’s new Pittsburgh Playhouse has an exciting 2019-2020 Conservatory season starting in October. For the fall season, both theatre and dance pieces have been cast.  “I think it’s a really exciting, diverse season,” the Producing Director at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, Kim Martin said. “...

Pioneer Public – Bethanie Moreschi

Pioneer Public – Bethanie Moreschi

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

September 25, 2019

After growing up the oldest child and being a teacher and mentor to her siblings, it’s no surprise that Bethaine Moreschi became a teacher and soccer coach. “I have seven younger siblings between the ages of four and 25, so I grew up around a lot of kids,” Moreschi said. “I loved being the oldest and be...

All Pittsburgh college students invited to join Pitt Band

All Pittsburgh college students invited to join Pitt Band

Written By Sarah Juba, For The Globe

September 25, 2019

Local Pittsburgh college students looking to join a marching band after high school may be wondering where they can have the fun of being in marching band again. Whether students attend the University of Pittsburgh or not, all students are allowed a chance to join their band. Three Point Park studen...

Campus Activities Board holds ice-capade

Campus Activities Board holds ice-capade

Written By Zoey Angelucci, For The Globe

September 18, 2019

Point Park students cooled down this past week with Campus Activities Board (CAB) summer activities. CAB kept students busy with an “Ice Cream Social” on Wednesday, Sept. 11, and “Iceless Ice Skating” on Saturday, Sept. 14. CAB’s “Ice Cream Social” was set up at Village Park. It allowed students...

Pioneer Public – Pablo Uribasterra

Pioneer Public – Pablo Uribasterra

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

September 18, 2019

Since he was 12 years old, Pablo Uribasterra has written about 50 songs. Uribasterra, a sophomore musical theatre major, has recently released an album onto all streaming platforms titled, “Quinceañera.” Uribasterra has known he has wanted to be in the entertainment industry for a while now, ...

Pioneer Public – Jayy Braxx

Pioneer Public – Jayy Braxx

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

September 11, 2019

At only seven years old, Jayvon Braxton became interested in the world of music after his uncle taught him to play “Lean on Me” on the piano. Since then his passion for music has grown and matured with him. Since then Braxton, 23, has learned how to play the clarinet and a variety of percussio...