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

Adjustments to city zoning codes would benefit students as well

Written By Carson Folio, Co-Opinions Editor December 6, 2023

Imagine this: you live in a neighborhood or town that has seen substantial growth over the past decade, with people moving into houses and apartments almost daily. The small businesses which have been...

Generation Z should not give up, embrace positivity

Written By August Stephens, Co-Opinions Editor December 6, 2023

Generation Z and older generations are living in the best, and worst, time of human history. As the year rolls to a close, I hope I’m not alone in thinking that 2023 has been a year volatile enough...

Globe’s Point: Good luck with finals, we believe in you

December 6, 2023

It is hard to believe the end of the semester is already here, Pioneers. There are a million things that we could say here about that, but it is better to offer one, strong, consistent, message: you’ve...

Be Your Own Pet returns with edgy album “MOMMY”

Written By August Stephens, Co Opinions Editor November 29, 2023

Content Warning: This article contains brief mentions of mental, verbal, and physical abuse.  Formed in 2006 in the Nashville music scene, punk band “Be Your Own Pet” is packing the end of 2023...

Previous student choreography projects performance of Spring 2022. Pictured left to right, Lejla Raven, Jayden Williams, and Gaby Perez

Dance majors present choreography in senior showcase

Written By Bianca Calderon, For The Globe November 29, 2023

Dance students received a standing ovation after every show when they presented their senior capstone creations in the Student Choreography Project (SCP) performances last month. These were projects which...

Students reflect about staying in Pittsburgh during Thanksgiving break

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor-Elect November 29, 2023

If Amanda Sun wanted to go home over break, she would have to pay anywhere from $1000 to $3000 for a 21 hour flight both ways from Pittsburgh to Shanghai, China.   For Sun, a sophomore musical...

Take comfort in the unknown, and finish out this semester strong.

Written By August Stephens, Co-Opinions Editor November 29, 2023
Post-fall break season is one of the toughest times of the year. Okay great, we all get to experience on-campus life again, but only for two weeks.

‘Burgh Bites: Moe’s Kids Quesadilla

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect November 29, 2023

When I began doing this column, I knew that I never wanted to eat and rate food from a chain restaurant. However, the kids quesadilla from Moe’s is so notable that every college kid on a budget needs...

Globe’s Point: Corrections from our last issue

November 29, 2023
Happy week 13, Pioneers! We hope you had a wonderful and restful Thanksgiving break whether you traveled or stayed on campus. It is only a few more weeks until the end of the semester, and we wish you all the best in preparation for finals.

Is Pittsburgh a “Donut City” and is this problematic?

Written By Carson Folio, Co-Opinions Editor November 29, 2023
If your first thought when reading the title of this piece was something like, “more donut shops in the city? Who wouldn’t want that? I’m already against your cause, opinions editor,” then you would be forgiven.

Steelers win first game without Matt Canada

Written By Anthony Cugini, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

Pittsburgh went into Cincinnati and picked up an important 16-10 win over the Bengals on Sunday.   The Steelers won their first game after firing former offensive coordinator Matt Canada. Not...

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