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We’re nearing one year of an unhappy anniversary with COVID-19

Written By Chandni Shah, Co-Opinions Editor/Copy Desk Chief February 24, 2021

The final days of February are quickly approaching, which means we will soon be in the month of March once again. Yes, that’s right, it’s been almost a year since we entered our first shutdown due...

The Globe’s Point: The Vaccine Rollout Has Been A Failure And It’s Affecting All Of Us

February 24, 2021

The coronavirus vaccine. It is the commodity, at least in Pennsylvania, that nobody seems to be able to get their hands on—or rather, get two shots in their arms within the recommended span of time.  There’s...

No one deserves to endure a natural disaster…not even Republicans

Written By Jordyn Hronec, Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2021

It has become a trend amongst left-leaning people online to completely disregard “red states.” And if you are unsure of what a “red state” is, you are living a blissful, privileged existence of...

Men…you’re all on thin ice

Written By Jordyn Hronec, Editor-in-Chief February 17, 2021

Disclaimer: this is all in jest. Sort of.   Yes, you read that headline right. This is an open letter to all men.    Dear men,   I don’t mean to sound like a “brunch...

Point Park’s ‘Career Ready’ objective is falling short of the mark for a key reason

Written By Amanda Andrews, Editor Elect February 17, 2021

I have been in school for 16 years.  That is a very long time, relatively speaking, given that I am 21 years old. It means a majority of my life has been spent in classrooms, ideally gaining a whole...

Has Joe Biden Done Anything Yet?

Written By Shannon Hartnett, Co-Opinions Editor February 10, 2021

2021 brought us a new president, and to many Americans, that means change. Or does it? So far into Biden’s presidency, there have been many executive orders that reverse some of the policies of former...

The Globe’s Point: Explaining Our Shift In Coverage

February 10, 2021

Readers of The Globe,  Well, perhaps let’s address who you are first. While this newspaper is entirely run and produced by students for students, we at The Globe have become aware over the years...

A Love Letter to Friendship

Written By Lorie Simonian February 10, 2021

I’ve got a bone to pick with the whole wide world. It’s no small one, either. I’m going straight for the wishbone. As Valentine’s Day is creeping ever closer, of course it has to do with the...

The Globe’s Point: Partying during a global pandemic is selfish, endangers yourself and others

February 3, 2021

If you are a Point Park student and were on Twitter at any point Sunday night, you probably saw tweets showing a giant group of Point Park students partying, without masks, during a global pandemic.  If...

S(no)w Days

Written By Chandni Shah, Co-Copy Desk Chief February 3, 2021

One thing I always look forward to when the seasonal depression starts to hit hard is a good old snow day. Living in Pennsylvania doesn’t always live up to the hype, but having four seasons, including...

The Globe’s Point: Coping with seasonal depression during a pandemic

January 27, 2021

Pittsburgh weather is iconically consistent. Some highlights include scattered rays of sunshine attempting to break through dreary, gray clouds, wind cold enough to freeze your fingers after 20 minutes,...

COVID-19 is not over

Written By Jordyn Hronec, Editor-in-Chief January 27, 2021

In case you were not aware, the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. But if you were not aware, I don’t entirely blame you, given the hoards of people who have been acting like the pandemic is, in fact, over. Here’s...

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