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Globe’s Point: Get Involved On Campus

September 15, 2021

In this “post-pandemic-but-also-it-is-still-a-pandemic” era that we are currently in, it can be really difficult to find things to do, especially if you’re one of the people concerned with safely...

Mental health reminder in another year of coronavirus

Written By Chandni Shah, Opinions Editor September 15, 2021

Fellow students and staff, let's address the elephant in the room: COVID-19 is still an active participant in our lives. Some of us pretended as if it had all just disappeared suddenly, we took off our...

Harry Styles is a fashion icon of our generation

Written By Maegan Fewell, Staff Writer September 15, 2021

"Dressing up, making music, living in the moment: This is what matters to Harry Styles. Boundaries and labels? Not so much." (Quote from Vogue's article of Harry Styles, December 2020.) Many of us...

President Biden is right to pull us out of Afghanistan

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor Elect September 8, 2021

The war in Afghanistan is over. It was an illegal war, and it is a very good thing that it is over. In fact, it is one of the first things that Joe Biden has done that made me genuinely proud to have voted...

Pittsburgh through a Canadian’s eyes

Written By Maegan Fewell, Staff Writer September 8, 2021

"Steel City; Bridges everywhere; Yinz; Steelers; Heinz; Fries on everything." These all sound like familiar Pittsburgh terminology-right? This vocabulary became more and more familiar to me as I transitioned...

The Globe’s Point: Climate change is already upon us

September 8, 2021

For as long as most of us can remember, climate change has been something that was waiting around the corner. It’s always felt like it’s one of those things where the general opinion on it is “it’ll...

Letter from the Editor: We tell the stories that matter

Our origins define who we are and who we want to become
Written By Amanda Andrews, Editor-in-Chief September 1, 2021

Dear Readers, Journalism follows the stories of humanity—our pains, our triumphs. And, much like people, journalism can be seen as a series of contradictions. Many think of it as a service, perhaps...

The Globe’s Point: The pandemic is not over for any of us

September 1, 2021

Pioneers, this semester is going to be a very interesting one. Over the summer, we were on the cusp of overcoming the coronavirus pandemic, and it seemed as though things were finally returning to normal,...

Goodbye with Love: Globe Senior Reflections

Written By Jordyn Hronec, Editor-in-Chief April 21, 2021

Jordyn Hronec, Editor-in-Chief: After my first layout night as Editor-in-Chief for our first issue in fall 2020, I returned to my apartment at 11 p.m., and I cried.  I sobbed for two hours straight...

Do we really need campus police?

Written By Jess Dillon April 21, 2021

Last week, Point Park Chief of Police, Jeffrey Besong released a statement to students. This statement came in light of the Derek Chauvin trial, and potential protests to follow the verdict. In this statement,...

Pandemic Etiquette: Remote Learning Dos and Don’ts

Written By Jordyn Hronec, Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2021

Last week, I wrote a piece called “Pandemic Etiquette: Dos and Don’ts,” in response to some irresponsible behavior I had seen happening amongst the student body. I find it worth pointing out that...

The Globe’s Point: Is referring to our world as post-pandemic irresponsible?

April 14, 2021

In an increasingly divided society, exhaustion seems to be the one commonality we all share. We have been dealing with a global pandemic for more than a year. The costs have been enormous in infinite ways....

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