By Aleksander Martich, Point Park News Service: On Sunday, October 9, Point Park University students attended a presidential debate watch party in the Center for Media Innovation. PointNews reporter Aleksander Martich spoke with undecided voters to get a sense of which direction they are leaning towards on Election Day.
By Amanda Bytzura Almost everyone loves to go to a great show so when your favorite artist rolls through town, why not know some of the best places to see them? Here are the top five concert venues in Pittsburgh in no particular order. 5. Diesel Club Lounge- Not only is Diesel a concert venue, […]
By Katie O’Donnell For those days when you just need to get away, but your budget and time wont allow a red-eye to London. 5. Fallingwater This trip is perfect for the architect-lover in you. Open to the public since 1964, Falling Water is a famous house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and made for […]
By Amanda Bytzura There is no doubt that being in college can drain your bank account. However, thanks to some local businesses, there is less of a reason to worry about this. Here is a list of five restaurants that you can use your Point Park ID to get a discount, in no particular order. […]
By Melissa Lohr The theatrical version of one of my favorite books of all time, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, was limitedly released on September 21, and it made me realize something that I hadn’t thought about before. Hollywood has turned Pittsburgh into a hot location for blockbuster movies. Does Pittsburgh turning into a […]
by Katie O’Donnell Point Park News Service Sweater and pumpkin season has arrived! To take advantage of the beautiful fall weather, here are some activities going on in the Pittsburgh area in the next month. Pull out those boots, slip on those gloves and go explore a festival or two. 5. Art Under Glass Festival […]
By Zoë Sadler Point Park News Service Look up. Look down. Look all around. The Pittsburgh public art scene seems to flourish on each and every corner of Downtown. These top five pieces are eye-candy every Pittsburgher and visitor should see. 1. Liberty Avenue Musicians at 947 Liberty Avenue Three 15-foot musicians (and their furry […]
There are thousands of apps out there designed to make your smart phone smarter, everything from gaming to productivity, and shopping to web surfing can be achieved via an app. Although apps that use your current location, like Google Maps and Foursquare can help you find your way around and get info about where you […]