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

New ‘John Wick’ is saga’s biggest film yet

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor-In-Chief April 4, 2023

John Wick is back, and I’m not talking about the Fortnite item shop. After a four-year absence, the Keanu Reeves-led action franchise is on the big screens, and this time with its biggest, and badest...

Damar Hamlin: You won in the most important game

Written By Mason Strawn and Antonio Rossetti January 11, 2023

As former Steelers safety Ryan Clark said live on air, “We forget that, part of living this dream [of playing football] is putting your life at risk; and tonight, we got to see a part of football that...

2022 WPIAL Football games take place at Acrisure Stadium

Written By Antonio Rossetti, Co-Sports Editor November 30, 2022

The 2022 WPIAL football Championships took place on Friday, November 25 at Acrisure Stadium, and the WPIAL season finale presented an action-packed slate of games. The games being played at the home...

Men’s Basketball jumps to 6-2 record, start River State Conference play with 1-1 record after road trip split

Written By Mason Strawn, Co-Sports Editor November 30, 2022

The men’s basketball team split their four games played since Thursday, November 17, including a 1-1 record against River State Conference (RSC) opponents to start the season. The Pioneers would defeat...

Point Park police department joins ABLE Project

Written By Zack Lawry, Co-News Editor April 20, 2022
Point Park’s Police Department has been accepted into the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) Project, a program designed to train officers to intervene if a fellow officer is violating protocol.

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...

University considers replacements for Schoology

Written By Caitlyn Scott, Co-News Editor April 20, 2022
Students and faculty could see a change in how they submit assignments and see grades in the near future as the university continues to test new grading platforms to replace Schoology.

Judging Java: Reflections on a Junior Year

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Coffee Columnist April 20, 2022
As is tradition for this column at the end of a semester, I will be taking this space to offer reflections on the past semester as opposed to reviewing a coffee shop. I am, however, still writing this in a coffee shop (Delanie’s on Carson Street, for those curious), so it does still count.

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Kurt Vile, Prince Daddy & The Hyena, Silvana Estrada, Soul Glo, Foxtails

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist April 20, 2022
My final week of reviews has finally arrived, and the new releases are somewhat thin. Last week and next week house all of the high profile releases, so I decided to cover a few new releases as well as go back to round up a few I missed earlier in the year.

Pioneer Records shows off student talent at release show

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor April 20, 2022
Students showcased their musical talents last Wednesday at Pioneer Records’ Release Show. The 2022 Release Show took place at The Club at Stage AE and featured performances by Cesca Violet, Tupelo and The Kill Caesar Club.

‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ makes successful second lap

Written By Dan Russo, Staff Writer April 20, 2022
As a lifelong gamer, one of the most difficult things to deal with is adaptations to other mediums. It is not uncommon for video games to run longer than entire seasons of television, so boiling key plot aspects of a video game into a movie can be incredibly tricky.

Remembering Gerda Weissmann Klein’s legacy

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Opinions Editor April 20, 2022

On April 3, 2022, Holocaust survivor Gerda Weissmann Klein passed away at the age of 97. Gerda’s life was forever changed in 1939, at just 15 years old, when the Nazi regime invaded her home country...

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