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

Has veganism become irrelevant?

Written By August Stephens, Co-Editor of Opinions March 13, 2024
Around 3% of all people in the United States in 2024 are vegan, according to the World Population Review. As someone who is currently in the process of removing dairy and meat-based products from their diet...

Burgh Bites: Good meal

Written By Gavin Patrone and Vince Smykal March 13, 2024

Dear loyal Burgh Bites readers, This week's review is a little different, as Cas is out with a stomach bug. So instead we took on Burgh Bites this week in her place. Your interim reviewers decided...

The Globe Editorial Staff rates Thanksgiving dishes

Written By The Globe Editorial Staff November 15, 2023

Thanksgiving serves as a time for friends, family or found-family to get together and eat a metric ton of food every year. Whether you celebrate a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, a modified one or none...

‘Burgh Bites: DiBella’s Old Fashioned Submarines

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect November 1, 2023

DiBella’s served me the meatiest sandwich I have ever had in my life. Much like they advertise, the bread was the best part, reminding me of an Auntie Anne’s pretzel: Chewy, soft and tasty.   Next...

‘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...

‘Burgh Bites: Chinatown Inn

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect September 27, 2023

Sandwiched between Boulevard of the Allies and Grant Street in Downtown Pittsburgh sits Chinatown Inn, which according to the sign outside, is the last remnant of Pittsburgh’s Chinatown. My first impressions...

Globe’s Point: We need more affordable eating options Downtown

September 21, 2023

Happy one month into the semester, Pioneers! While it may not feel as joyous with Mandarin Gourmet closing, we want you to celebrate nonetheless.    Yes, Mandarin Gourmet is closing. With McDonald’s...

Gosia’s Pierogies offer affordable, enjoyable snack when you’re in a rush

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect September 13, 2023

This last Thursday I used my time between classes to run to the Farmer’s Market. I only had 20 minutes between classes to get something so that I wouldn’t starve, and I had no desire to wait until...

The Globe’s editorial staff reflects on McDonald’s memories amid shutdown announcement

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2023

With the closing of the Downtown Pittsburgh McDonald's, the Globe staff has elected to share some of our favorite memories and our feelings on the closing. Jake Dabkowski, Editor-In-Chief My all-time...

Jimmy Johns causes upset with poorly made Beech Club Sandwich

Written By Cassandra Harris, News Editor February 1, 2023

For a shop that I often swear by, Jimmy John’s made a grave mistake. A few weeks ago, I went to get lunch there and they entirely messed up my order. To say the least, it's given me trust issues for...

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