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

Globe seniors Ana Bellamy and Erin Yudt pose for a photo in Village Park.

The Globe senior staff members reflect on their time at Point Park

April 17, 2024

Graduation is just a few days away. Our two seniors reflect on their time at the university and The Globe. Erin Yudt, Editor-in-Chief Where does one even begin? So much has happened during my three years...

Keep final projects and exams in finals week

Written By Carson Folio, Co-Opinions Editor April 17, 2024

Finals week may be one of the most dreadful parts of your semester, but what sense does it make to have the most important assignments due before the week that is meant specifically for finals? The issue...

Globe’s Point: Enjoy the rest of the semester and the summer

April 17, 2024

Happy week 15, Pioneers! It is hard to believe that next week is finals week. We wish you all the best of luck on your final exams and projects. Remember to take extra good care of yourself these next...

Courtesy of Spidey.

Pioneer Public: Non-Point Park affiliated Spidey meme account

Written By Carson Folio, Co-Opinions Editor April 17, 2024

On most college campuses, you might expect the ‘unsung hero’ to be a professor that everybody likes or a student who wants to cause positive change while being very open about their identity. Here,...

Courtesy of SGA’s Website

SGA provides elected President and Vice President free housing and meal plan

Written By Gavin Petrone, SGA Beat Writer April 17, 2024

In a final amendment to SGA’s constitution during a meeting on Monday, April 15, President Marc Palombo and Vice President Trevor FitzSimmons introduced Resolution BL.04152024.   The resolution...

‘Burgh Bites: Spring 2024 Recap

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor-Elect April 17, 2024

To my readers who have been following Burgh Bites for the last two semesters, thank you for following along in my journey to become both a better writer and reviewer. On the other hand, to those of you...

A sticker in a bus shelter calling for expanding the T.

Expanding the T would cut down on car-centric commotion

Written By Carson Folio, Co-Opinions Editor April 10, 2024
As construction underground in Downtown “T” stations continues due to necessary structural upgrades, does getting the T “back on track” warrant thoughts about its expansion?

Globe’s Point: The university needs more diversity in leadership

April 3, 2024
Happy week 12, Pioneers! We are getting even closer to the end. Check in with all of your academic advisors to make sure you are on track and know what to do for course registration.
The Fort Duquesne Bridge Downtown.

Could a ship destroy a major transportation artery here, too?

Written By Carson Folio, Co-Opinions Editor April 3, 2024
While Pittsburgh has already had to deal with a bridge collapse of its own, with the Fern Hollow bridge falling 100 feet into a ravine in January 2022, the conversation around bridge safety has been revived in the rust belt due to the Francis Scott Key Bridge tragedy in Baltimore.

The dining hall still has major improvements to be made

Written By Sydney Dabney and Michael Klug April 3, 2024
The Point Park dining hall is the go-to place for students to grab a quick bite while utilizing their meal plans. Many freshmen and other students frequent this place, as food around the area can be expensive. However, there are times where eating in the dining hall may not feel safe.

The Globe’s Point: The university needs to stand with the Post-Gazette strike

March 27, 2024
Happy week 11, Pioneers! We are in the final stretch of the semester. If you have not already done so, remember to register for summer and fall classes.
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