Former College Coach to Talk on Achieving Greatness

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(Posted February 13, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Bill Curry, a former college football head coach and professional player, will speak at Juniata College to teach the importance of discovering individual greatness. Curry will be speaking at 7 p.m., on Sunday, March 19, in Rosenberger Auditorium, in the Halbritter Center for the Performing Arts.
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Juniata Theatre Stages 'SciFi,' an Apocalyptic Tale

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(Posted February 13, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, PA. -- Like post-pandemic survivors of a plague, Juniata College theatre students are banding together to make its latest production, “SciFi,” collaborative while also foraging advice from other Juniata professors on how to save the world from a virulent disease.
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Juniata Students Exhibit Art in New Museum Show

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(Posted February 6, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- The Juniata College Museum of Art showcases the wide range of Juniata’s studio art programs in the “Annual Student Exhibition,” which runs from Thursday, Feb. 9 through March 4, and then from March 16 through March 25 in the museum galleries.
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Tips Distributed on Smart Study Habits

Tips Distributed on Smart Study Habits

(Posted February 24, 2017)

Several Juniata students attended one of the, “Study Smarter Not Harder Workshop,” events on Wednesday in Founders Hall. The session, one of a series which has been ongoing throughout the academic year, covered exam preparation.Continue Reading

Beyond Formulas: History of Calculus

Beyond Formulas: History of Calculus

(Posted February 24, 2017)

            Part of what makes Juniata so special is its interdisciplinary approach to education. Eugene Boman, associate professor of mathematics at Penn State Harrisburg, was invited to give a talk, “Ghosts of Departed Errors,”  while combining history and science to teach the founding of calculus.Continue Reading

Scrabble Scramble: Game Night in Global Village

Scrabble Scramble: Game Night in Global Village

(Posted February 22, 2017)

On Feb. 17, at 7 p.m., the Global Village and the dean of students’ office organized an international game night. Juniata students interacted with the global village residents and had the chance to compete on a floor-sized Scrabble board against Juniata's Scrabble champion, Nitya Chagti, a sophomore from New Delhi, IndiaContinue Reading

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A Trunk Show: Maple Sugaring
Photos by Luke Kresse '20

Every year Juniata students go out to Juniata College's Raystown Field Station to tap trees to make maple sugar and maple syrup. The facility is at Grove Farm, where the students get to do things the old-fashioned way.