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Class of 2022 Senior Reflections: Farewell Point Park

April 20, 2022

Amanda Andrews, Editor-in-Chief A blinking cursor and a blank document have tormented me the last few days. I have written, and rewritten, drafts of this reflection many times over, never feeling satisfied...

Globe’s Point: Enjoy the rest of the semester

April 20, 2022

Well Pioneers, we’re here. This is our last Globe’s Point of the semester, and, like many of you, we’re excited and ready to be wrapping things up. At the same time, however, we’d like to remind...

Reflecting on the end of freshman year

Written By Maegan Fewell, Staff Writer April 13, 2022

When people tell you college goes by quickly, they are not joking. I am approaching the end of my freshman year with only two weeks left in the semester, and it honestly baffles me every time I think about...

The Pioneers have enjoyed a succesful season so far, including a sweep of Fisher. They are not done yet though, with 16 more games to go to their season.

Baseball sweeps Fisher College, lose 2 out of 3 to ranked IU Southeast

Written By Mason Strawn, Co-Sports Editor April 13, 2022
The men’s baseball team took on NAIA Fisher College and River State Conference (RSC) rival Indiana University Southeast this week. The Pioneers swept Fisher College in a doubleheader on Monday, April 4 at home, while only being able to take one of three against IU Southeast on the road on Sunday, April 10 and Monday, April 11. The Pioneers now stand at 24-9 on the season, with a 12-3 record in conference play, good enough for second place in the RSC, just behind IU Southeast who now overtakes them for first.

SGA appoints and censures members in two-hour long meeting

Written By Erin Yudt, SGA Beat Writer April 7, 2022

CORRECTION: In the print version of this article, the quote: "This is supposed to be professional, not personal. We need to learn how to keep bias out of this process" was incorrectly attributed to Kendra...

University to hold first inaugural Lavender Graduation

Ceremony to recognize LGBTQIA+ graduates and allies on campus
Written By Amanda Andrews, Editor-in-Chief April 6, 2022
In two and a half weeks, the university will hold its first inaugural Lavender Graduation.

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Red Hot Chili Peppers, PUP, Meshuggah, Duster, Lobsterfight

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist April 6, 2022
The wait is over for fans of bands new and old as many artists finally break lengthy gaps in releases, creating one of the most consistent weeks thus far.
Photo by: Maia Montgomery

Pioneer Public: Bethany Latham (James The Seventh)

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor April 6, 2022
A sophomore public relations and advertising student with a love for music, Bethany Latham, known artistically as James The Seventh, has created a psychedelic musician identity and a body of work to follow the same theme. When an injury stopped Latham from dancing in the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, she turned to music. It was a gift from her dad that encouraged her, after years of considering writing songs, to finally leap into the music scene.

Four movies with soundtracks to jam out to

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor April 6, 2022
There is a lot that goes into a good movie. The plot, directing, acting and much more are important components, but something that gets overlooked sometimes is the soundtrack. While some movies seem to lack this element, others absolutely nail the music, and it makes the viewing experience that much better.
Photo by: Jake Dabkowski

Judging Java: Starbucks Baya Energy Drink

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor Elect April 6, 2022
If you’ve been watching television lately, you’ve probably seen an advertisement for Starbucks’ new Baya Energy drink. The drink only comes in can form, it’s not something you can order in their stores but rather something at supermarkets and convenience stores.
Pioneer Public: Ariela Pineda

Pioneer Public: Ariela Pineda

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor March 30, 2022
Ariela Pineda is a sophomore acting major deeply inspired by her Latinx roots. Not only is she an actress, but she is also the main reason the LatinX Student Association is up and running with a variety of events to bring Latinx culture and representation to the forefront of campus life on Point Park.

Baseball sweeps top-10 Georgia Gwinnett, fall to ranked Cumberlands in road series

Written By Mason Strawn, Co-Sports Editor March 30, 2022
The men’s baseball team faced some of their toughest opponents yet this week, taking on NAIA number eight ranked Georgia Gwinnett University in a two game series on Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26, while also facing off against 25th ranked Cumberlands University on Friday as well.
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