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April weather

April weather

Written By Nick Kardos, Political Cartoonist

April 10, 2018


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Preventing school violence goes farther than guns

Preventing school violence goes farther than guns

Written By Gracey Evans, Sports Photo Editor

April 3, 2018


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March for Our Lives, an international march dedicated to the advocation of gun control, was set up in less than a month. Despite this short notice, millions of people participated both in the country and around the world. Around 30,000 people came to the sibling march in Pittsburgh and hundreds of tho...

The importance of an accessible census

The importance of an accessible census

Written By Lauren Ortego, Co-Opinions Editor

April 3, 2018


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As our country has made great technological advances, we have grown lazier. I know, that’s a sentiment usually shared by old people who want you go to “play outside” or “join a gang” like they did when they were kids instead of sitting around throwing tweets at people on face-stagram. But ...

The Globe’s Point – Getting hit by a syllabus

The Globe’s Point – Getting hit by a syllabus

Written By Editorial Board

April 3, 2018


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The end of the semester is getting closer. This is easily recognizable by our professors scrambling to complete the syllabi they were overly ambitious in completing by the end of April. We understand that Pittsburgh weather can be unpredictable, with snow falling on the first day of spring and a war...

The Waitress Tales: sexual harassment

The Waitress Tales: sexual harassment

Written By Carley Bonk, Editor-Elect

March 27, 2018


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Sitting in silence at my desk in The Globe office two weeks ago, I read an article in The New York Times that moved me to tears. I was waiting to copy edit our last layout for the evening, well after most of our staff had already left. Instead of doing the pile of homework I had stacking up, I decided...

A dog person and a cat person walk into a bar…

A dog person and a cat person walk into a bar…

Written By Allison Schubert and Emily Yurchison

March 27, 2018


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In a world full of divides in beliefs, we have curated two arguments for the most demanding and popular disagreement  to date - dogs vs. cats. Allison Schubert, Co-Features Editor at The Globe and sophomore broadcast major, and junior multimedia major Emily Yurchison weigh in. FOR DOGS: Allison ...

Who run the world? Ladies.

Who run the world? Ladies.

Written By Editorial Board

March 27, 2018


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It’s election week. This year’s United Student Government (USG) election is a little different from the past. Looking at the ballot, the majority of picks are notably female-identifying students, minus Conservatory of the Performing Arts (COPA) Senator candidate Matthew Spaccadia. This will be the first time ...

Why the conversation must continue

Why the conversation must continue

Written By Alex Grubbs, For The Globe

March 20, 2018


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I needed to write to get this off my chest because I’m overwhelmed. This is the best way I can do it right now. Last week, my friend committed suicide. We don’t have a reason. Chris is just gone. He was the kid with the brightest smile and the kindest heart. We were all supposed to graduate next...

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The Globe’s Point- Error 404 printer not found

Written By Editorial Board

March 20, 2018


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Students need resources. This is an undeniable fact. Without them, we may not be able to do the work that is required for our studies. The question we at The Globe are raising is: does Point Park provide us with all the resources necessary? The answer is a yes, but with some nuances. We have computer...

How the language about mental health needs to change

How the language about mental health needs to change

Written By Lauren Ortego, Co-Opinions Editor

March 13, 2018


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This week, hundreds of Twitter users found their accounts to be deactivated, gone without a trace. As it turns out, the social media powerhouse was simply cleaning up a bit and many were left confused and a little bit angry at the decision. Accounts that were targeted include: tweet-deckers (accounts ...

The Globe’s Point – Don’t let the semester get you down, there’s hope

The Globe’s Point – Don’t let the semester get you down, there’s hope

Written By Editorial Board

March 13, 2018


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Here we go again. Another mid-semester editorial chronicling the harmful effects of student apathy has reached your eyeballs. Buckle up because we’re about to inspire you to climb your way out of the allegorical bunker of life. Over weeks (years, probably) and out of pure and unrefined exhaustion, a bric...

The City Paper made a mistake, but they handled it with dignity

The City Paper made a mistake, but they handled it with dignity

Written By Carley Bonk, Editor-Elect

March 13, 2018


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Many within the Pittsburgh media community have probably heard of the Pittsburgh City Paper’s retraction of a cover story. “Women Ink,” was pulled from the City Paper’s website last Wednesday because it featured a local female tattoo artist and a photo of her in an Aggravated Assault T-shirt ...