by Beth Hamme Amigos de Guanin’s event has been changed from being a fashion show and meal, to a talent show and meal, which will take place on November 21, in Baker Refectory at 7 pm. The founder and president of the club, Amigos de Guanin, and Senior, […]
by Lillian Stroup I found myself on top of a mountain on Friday, metaphorically and literally. I had gone for a drive and found myself on a trail leading up to an overlook. Once I got there, I felt more confident than ever before that I could make […]
by Piper McDonigle “It was the first slave auction I had ever attended and I must say it was a greater display of horror and vileness than I had ever dreamed possible. It was held in a dungeon-like Hall, which one enters at ground level. However, as one […]
by Jamie Mistretta “I think that I am one of the few gender-queer people that others have met in this school. It’s actually kind of a point of pride for me, in that I think that we don’t have a very visible queer community, especially transgender students. I […]
by Angela Dougherty Original Italian Pizza has two branches in Huntingdon. The closest location to the College is located on 628 Washington Street. You can walk there without a car.
by Erin Gaines Red, yellow and orange leaves fall gently to the ground in the breeze. Chilly weather brings out the sweaters and the boots. Even rotting jack-o-lanterns after Halloween never seem to dull the love for pumpkin spice. Soon to come will be turkey and stuffing, mashed […]
by Connor Dimond At Juniata we focus heavily on strengthening our campus community. We have events such as Mountain Day, Liberal Arts Symposium and Lobsterfest to bring students and faculty together, and we constantly seek out opportunities to help and grow together whenever possible. This great appreciation of […]