by Zach Seyko The 2016 Major League Baseball season is finally upon us, and there could be a shake up this year after an array of interesting moves from several franchises occurred throughout the offseason. The traditional contenders will be challenged for the two spots in the 112th […]
by Alyssa Fasolo With the spring sports season well underway, several of the men’s teams are looking to improve upon last season’s outcome. The players and coaches have set big goals for the 2016 season.
by Dallas Huff For most golf fans, April doesn’t mean spring time and rain. April means the Masters are underway once again, and another golfer will be awarded the prestigious green jacket. The Masters is an event strictly by invite only, meaning the best golfers in the world […]
by The Juniatian Editorial Board You have probably have seen a Thomas Kinkade pastel painting at grandma’s house or the dentist. It is estimated that 1 in 20 American households have one of his works, making him one of the most commercially popular artists of all time. The […]
by Julia Wagner A drug that causes 88,000 deaths per year, causes liver damage, impairs decision making and increases the risk of miscarriage or stillbirth is legal in every state in America. As you may have guessed, this drug is alcohol. Once you are 21, you are free […]
by Jacob Novak Juniata held its Empty Bowls charity event in Ellis Hall for its tenth anniversary at the College on April 2. All proceeds went to various food banks in Huntingdon County.
by Lewis Boob Juniata College received a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) grant, which totaled over one-million dollars, from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant was a part of the foundation’s NOYCE scholarships, created by Robert Noyce.