Honoring Achievements: Four Juniata Alumni Recognized With Awards

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(Posted June 13, 2019)

Huntingdon, Pa. – Four distinguished alumni were honored with awards as part of the 2019 Alumni Weekend festivities at Juniata College June 8, 2019. 
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Branching out: Recent Juniata College graduate publishes book of essays, 'Bloom'

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(Posted June 6, 2019)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Recent Juniata College graduate Sydney Spicer’s experiences living and learning while developing a deep appreciation of place culminated in her recently-published work, “Bloom.”
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Getting down to business: Juniata College's Tau Pi Phi Members Take Third Place

(Posted June 6, 2019)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Juniata College’s Tau Pi Phi team traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 5 and 6 to participate in the 2019 Tau Pi Phi Case Competition, where the two-person team of Spencer Korman ’20 and Chloe Nhi Doan ’19 placed third in their section. 
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Esports Team at Juniata College Advances to Finals

Esports

Mar. 27, 2019

The League of Legends Esports team at Juniata College will play in the Landmark Conference finals Friday night at Elizabethtown College. Watch Here

The Consummate Etcher

Rembrandt

Feb. 7, 2019

A new exhibit will bring Rembrandt’s prints, as well as prints done by his contemporaries, to the Juniata College Museum of Art, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Read More

Extreme Temperature Change Brings "Frost Quakes"

Frost Quakes

Feb. 1, 2019

Dennis Johnson, Environmental Science Professor from Juniata College, gives insight into loud popping sounds that are being experienced during extreme cold. Watch Here

Sharing Language and Culture

Language in Motion

Dec. 7, 2018

Hear how students in rural PA are learning languages and culture from other countries. Watch Here

Fulbright Scholar Goes Beyond His Comfort Zone

Dennis Wilt

Nov. 11, 2018

Dennis Wilt, a 2014 Altoona Area High School graduate and 2018 Juniata College graduate is an English Teaching Assistant employed by the Austrian Ministry for Education, Science and Research administered by the USTA Austria/ Fulbright Austria program. Read More