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Stop the Wait flash mob takes over Market Square

Stop the Wait flash mob takes over Market Square

Written By Nicole Pampena, Co-Features Editor

April 11, 2017

A flash mob sponsored by UPMC gathered in the middle of Market Square at 12:22 p.m. on Tuesday to raise awareness about becoming an organ donor.

Police chief returns to alma mater

Written By Josh Croup, Co-Sports Editor

March 10, 2017

Point Park alumnus Scott Schubert was sworn in as police chief on Feb. 16 at the City-County Building. This past Friday he returned to his alma mater to speak with Co-Sports Editor and Editor Emeritus Josh Croup about a variety of topics. Schubert reminisced on his Point Park days, and talked about ...

As it happened: Students Cover Inauguration

January 20, 2017

Staff from the Globe, as well as media partners U-View and WPPJ will be in Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh to cover the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump as the nation's 45th president. We did our best to keep track, and here's content from D.C. and Pittsburgh from Alexander Popichak, Allison...

Students gather for final presidential debate watch party

Written By Nikole Kost

October 20, 2016

A standing room only crowd gathered at the Center for Media Innovation Wednesday, exactly 20 days before Election Day, as students and community members came together for a watch party for the third and final presidential debate. About 50 attendees assembled in the CMI to illuminate each candidate’s...

West of Memphis: Voices for Justice encourages hope, support

Written By Nicole Chynoweth

June 29, 2016

Some might say celebrities can make their voices heard a bit louder than others at times.In the case of the West Memphis Three, Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley, Jr. and Jason Baldwin might say the voices of several filmmakers and notable musicians granted them freedom.“West of Memphis,” a docum...

What I Wish I Knew

Written By Kellie Murphey

June 29, 2016

The days of dorm life finally settle and become the norm as the class of 2015 begins to make their first footprints on campus. But before settling into the classical college student schedule, the upperclassmen at Point Park University have a few words from the wise to offer."As a freshman, I really wi...

Wikileaks stomps on American’s rights

Written By Talisha Schrello

June 29, 2016

Our constitutional rights as Americans are being stomped on. We have to look at the issues surrounding our government.There is a Freedom of Information Act that is supposed to provide transparency about the government, but in there contains a National Security Exemption has kept them a secret until Wi...

Zombies invade Downtown!

Written By Kelly Cline

June 29, 2016

Visitors to Market Square yesterday put on their best attire, including tattered prom dresses spewed with blood and other torn articles of clothing, revealing bloody organs and protruding bones. The screeching screams and grumbling groans taunted the city and spooked those that dared to get close as...

Students share thoughts and opinions on ‘sexting’

Written By Don Noel Ranasinghe

June 29, 2016

Connor Kaye, believes that it is ok to sext but the line you should not cross is when you abuse the other person.   Voicing strong feeling on sexting, Eli Meholick believes it should be private and only be done between two people in a relationship.   Domenica Mackiewicz believes that sexting is a...

Rush turns back time

Written By Shane Bliss

June 29, 2016

            Rush's "Time Machine Tour" is aptly named, as the band showed no signs of slowing down at last Thursday's show in the Consol Energy Center. It was also a very appropriate place, as drummer Neil Peart played his first ever show with the band at the Civic Arena in 1974.            "W...

Seasonal Flu Shots to be offered on campus

Written By Joseph Bacharach

June 29, 2016

 Flu shots will be offered for the second time this season on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010.    The Seasonal Flu Shot Clinic will be open from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Atrium Overlook on the second floor of Academic Hall."Students living in such close, confined spaces are at an increased risk of getting th...