by Taylor Smallwood Starting next semester, students who have applied to live in Eco House will be completing the program and living together in the suites of East Houses. The Eco House, where students dedicated to community and environmentally friendly lived, was previously located in a house at […]
by Theresa Oo Starting this spring, Beeghly Library is making changes to extend hours, allow food in the library and add a graphic novel section. Beeghly Library will be opening two hours earlier at 10 a.m. on Sunday mornings. “During the weekends, many students tend to sleep in. […]
by Stephen D. Lane You hear it all the time from fellow Juniata College students, a simple expression of slight dismay and frustration. “There’s just nothing here.” Whether referring to post-graduation employment opportunities or simply what to do on a Friday night, the “we are in the middle […]
by Rachel McCloskey WARNING: As this is my first “double trouble article,” I would appreciate it if everyone could be patient with me, as this is something brand new that I have been dying to try out. With that out in the open, let’s hit it.
by Hannah Prestage Sirens are the only reminder of having a prison so close to our campus. The Huntingdon prison is far from our minds as we drift through our daily activities, unaware of the people locked inside. We might sometimes think of college as a prison, but […]
by Bridget Rea Since Andrew Jackson’s 1824 campaign, presidential campaigns have used music as part of their strategies. With the rise of popular music, specifically rock, presidential campaign songs have become associated with a hopeful’s policy or personality. Having a campaign song is good for a candidate because […]
by Caleb Hartung Zach Snyder’s new movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” starring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill is a spectacular disappointment. The sequel to Snyder’s 2013 Superman movie “Man of Steel” made similar mistakes and completely dropped the ball with a pair of the most iconic […]