(Posted April 18, 2018)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. — Altoona-based attorney David P. Andrews will coach Juniata College’s new mock trial team. The team will compete at the collegiate level in fall 2018. The team also will be the first mock trial team the college has sponsored for intercollegiate competition.
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Students' Research to be Shared at Huntingdon County Library


(Posted April 17, 2018)

Huntingdon, Pa. – On April 19, Juniata College will host its annual Liberal Arts Symposium (LAS). A daylong celebration of undergraduate research and creative inquiry, the event provides a forum for students from different areas of study to demonstrate what they are working on to the rest of the College. This year, for the first time, a select group of students will take their research posters from Liberal Arts Symposium on campus to the Huntingdon County Library. From 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Huntingdon community members can learn about several research projects that have been conducted in central Pennsylvania.
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Juniata Junior Earns Goldwater Scholarship


(Posted April 13, 2018)

Huntingdon, Pa. – Bekah Ford, a Juniata College junior who studies biology and has earned the College’s genomics certification, has been awarded the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. Originally from Souderton, Pennsylvania, Ford was chosen from a field of 1,280 students from hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide.
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Civil Rights Film to Premiere at Juniata College

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Mar. 7, 2018

A 3-D documentary about civil rights, “The Second Front: Montgomery, Alabama, March 1965,” will premiere on a Rembrandt3D television at the Juniata College Museum of Art at noon on Thursday, March 8. Read More

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Live science demos

Mar. 5, 2018

WTAJ reporter Jordan Tracy's field feature highlights Juniata College student scientists performing some chilling experiments. Watch Here

Penned from Rwanda

Phil Dunwoody

Feb. 14, 2018

Phil Dunwoody responds to Trump's derogatory statement toward African nations, and draws a cautionary line to past tragedies. Learn More Here

The Depth is in the Details

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Feb. 16, 2018

Drawing on past and present experiences, Rebersburg artist Stephen Althouse searches for answers by transforming our perspective on found objects with Transfigurations: Large-Scale Photographic Works. Learn More Here

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Dean for a Day

Photos by Ichiro Narita '18, Veronica Cosmopolis '20

Dean of Students, Matthew Damschroder, and student, Lauren Rollison, switch places for the day.