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‘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...

‘Burgh Bites: Genoa Pizza- Dab the grease

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect November 9, 2023

Every Monday night at 5 p.m., almost on cue, a pizza delivery driver from Genoa Pizza rolls up beside The Globe office with a box of cheese and pepperoni. I was first introduced to Genoa Pizza the first...

Poster of “Clawfoot” directed, shot, and edited by Point Park alumni.

Point Park film alumni collaborate on new project

Written By Erin Yudt, Editor-In-Chief November 9, 2023

  The saying about Hollywood being a small town is true, especially for these Point Park alumni. The year is 2005. The digital age is starting to take off. Film cameras are a thing of the past,...

Matthew mays poses with special olympians, who he will take on the Super Polar Plunge for. Photo submitted by Matthew Mays.

Point Park Police Sergeant to take on Super Polar Plunge

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor-Elect October 25, 2023

After playing with a Special Olympics Pennsylvania athlete at Top Golf, Point Park’s Police Sergeant was dared to jump into icy water 99 times within a time frame of four hours and plans to complete...

David Newell, aka Mr. McFeely, poses with a cookie with his character on it in the Center for Media Innovation, where he held a meet and greet with students last Monday, Oct. 9.

Actor David Newell, aka Mr. McFeely, continues to spread Mister Rogers’ message

Written By Erin Yudt, Editor-In-Chief October 18, 2023

It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood when David Newell, best known for his role as the speedy delivery mailman Mr. McFeely on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, made a visit to campus.  Last Monday,...

‘Burgh Bites: Hello Bistro

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor-Elect October 18, 2023

The only reason I have never gone to Hello Bistro before is for the price. It may be a convenient location to eat, but I’m a very cheap person and would much rather pay nothing to eat in the office than...

Pizza with the president, and event where students are offered pizza and can chat with the university president, was held last week in Village Park. Current president Chris Brussalis had to leave the event early.

Pizza with the President held in Village Park

Written By Caleb McCartney, Staff Photographer October 11, 2023

The university's annual Pizza with the President event was held in Village Park last week. However, president Chris Brussalis had to leave early due to a family emergency. The show still went on with several...

‘Burgh Bites: Noodles and Company

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor-Elect October 11, 2023

On a spur of hunger, after visiting Burlington on opening day, my Editor-in-Chief Erin Yudt and I decided to go get lunch together. On this adventure, we went to Market Square to visit Noodles and Company....

‘Burgh Bites: Arepittas

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect October 4, 2023

Arepittas is a Venezuelan street food spot three blocks away from campus located between Forbes and Smithfield Street. I was the most excited to go to this restaurant out of all the other places that I...

Patrick Mayoral as Miss Demeanor on stage at a “Be Gay, Do Crime” show. 
Provided by Patrick Mayoral for The Globe

Pioneer Public: meet Patrick Mayoral, aka “Miss Demeanor”

Written By Erin Yudt, Editor-In-Chief September 20, 2023

Senior theater arts student Patrick Mayoral did not think he would become an executive producer of a drag concert series. Mayoral calls acquiring the show a “happy accident,” and the show has now...

CAB puts new spin on ice cream social with “Frozen Festival”

Written By Jill Musser, Staff Writer September 20, 2023

The annual Point Park ice cream social returned to campus this past Thursday, September 14th to Village Park. The Campus Activities Board (CAB) offered a variety of treats and activities for students who...

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