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Point Park Mom Makes Social Gatherings “Virtual”

Produced by Jake Dabkowski The coronavirus pandemic may be forcing people to stay inside but one local woman is staying socially connected by organizing Virtual Happy Hours with her friends! This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of the... Read More

Drone Pilot Gives the Ins and Outs of Drone Flying

Produced by Adam Stout Drones are a hot new hobby.  A drone pilot tells us what it takes to get licensed and demonstrates how he learned to fly a drone. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of the... Read More

Point Park Mom Cooks on a Budget

Produced by Kylie Thomas Interested in cooking on a budget?  This Point Park mom shares her recipe for noodles & eggs. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of the current COVID-19 quarantine. Read More

Point Park Mom Cooks Comfort Food in Quarantine

Produced by Virginia Garner When you’re stuck inside and social-distancing, “comfort food” takes on a whole new meaning for this Point Park mom. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of the current COVID-19 quarantine. Read More

Wellness Consultant Gives Tips to Stay Healthy during Quarantine

Produced by Zoe Vitelli Wellness Consultant (and Point Park mom!) Angela Vitelli shares strategies to help people stay fit while they’re working from home. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of the current COVID-19 quarantine. Read More

How to Trim Your Hair in Quarantine

Produced by Zoey Angelucci Salons are closed due to coronavirus so stylist Kara Angelucci provides tips for trimming your own and your family’s hair while staying at home. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of the current COVID-19... Read More

Point Park Mom’s ESL Teaching Career is Affected by COVID-19

Produced by Makenzie Farlo Meet Michelle Farleo, an English-as-a-Second-Language teacher who delivers online instruction to children in Wuhan, China. Hear how the coronavirus is affecting her students, and see her innovative methods to engage young children through online learning. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary... Read More

Point Park Dad Uses Home Gym

Produced by Brian Soutner Gyms may be closed due to the coronavirus but this Point Park dad has found creative ways to keep up his exercise routine at home. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of the current... Read More

Point Park Performing Arts Student Learns Online

Produced by Vanessa Vivas How are Point Park’s visual and performing arts students adapting to online learning?  Meet one student who demonstrates the innovative methods being used in his virtual classroom. This 60-second documentary is an assignment for Gina Catanzarite’s Broadcast Writing and Editing class. Students had to create a 60-second documentary featuring someone. This had its challenges because of... Read More

Body modification options, acceptance rise despite remaining stigmas

By Dara Collins The long history of body modification for Revina Lower started when he was a teenager piercing his ears and eyebrows on his own. In his mid-20s, Lower started tattooing his face, split his tongue and received implants. Now at the age of 44, Lower has lost count of his list of body modifications that includes many more... Read More