Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Pro-Palestinian protestors chant across the street from the United Steelworkers headquarters on Stanwix Street and Boulevard of the Allies on April 17 ahead of President Joe Bidens Visit to address the potential sale of U.S. steel to Nippon.

Protests gather outside United Steelworkers headquarters during Biden’s visit to Pittsburgh

Written By The Globe Editorial Staff April 17, 2024

In a speech at the Pittsburgh headquarters of the United Steelworkers, President Joe Biden pledged on Wednesday to keep U.S. Steel U.S. owned. Biden's visit came after months of discussion about Japan-based...

Workers prepare to plant new tree outside Online Education building.

Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership revitalizes empty tree pits on campus

Written By Gavin Petrone, SGA Beat Writer April 17, 2024

The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (PDP), a local non-profit, pitched eight new trees into empty tree pits along Wood Street this past Wednesday, April 12.   Six were planted across from Village...

Outside Academic Hall.

Several professor and staff positions open

Written By Michelangelo Pellis, News Editor April 17, 2024

The university has several open positions for full-time professors.    For the Fall 2024 semester, the university is mainly hiring in two departments: the School of Education and the Conservatory...

Courtesy of SGA’s Website

SGA provides elected President and Vice President free housing and meal plan

Written By Gavin Petrone, SGA Beat Writer April 17, 2024

In a final amendment to SGA’s constitution during a meeting on Monday, April 15, President Marc Palombo and Vice President Trevor FitzSimmons introduced Resolution BL.04152024.   The resolution...

Point Park University students urged to ‘get involved’ in Israel-Palestine conflict

Written By Cilia Catello, Staff Writer April 17, 2024

Professor of Social Justice Studies and Community Engagement at Point Park University Robert Ross, held a lecture on April 10 concerning the Palestine/Israel conflict. Ross, who had just returned from...

Students cross Boulevard of the Allies as a bus approaches.

Tuition for undergraduate students to increase 3.9% for next academic year

Written By Carson Folio and Michelangelo Pellis April 10, 2024

Tuition for the 2024-2025 academic year will be going up 3.9 percent for undergraduate students.    According to the tuition and costs page on the Point Park website, each semester will cost...

Point State Park’s water fountain is submerged by the overflowing three rivers. The threshold for the rivers is 28.5 feet, making this past week the worst flooding since 2005.

Where’s The Point? Flooding takes over Downtown.

April 10, 2024


Courtesy of SGA’s Website

Maclaughlin and Peterson snatch presidential bid, legislature reacts

Written By Gavin Petrone, SGA Beat Writer April 10, 2024

President-elect Kyle Maclaughlin and Vice President-elect Dillion Peterson are set to assume control of SGA next semester.    Both candidates won by slim margins of a little over 50%. Maclaughlin...

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