Juniata College Spring Honors Recital Showcases Student Musicians

(Posted April 17, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- The Juniata College Department of Music has created a single musical showcase for its senior soloists in the annual spring Honors Recital at 4 p.m., Thursday, April 20, in the Stone Church of the Brethren.
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Wind Symphony, Concert Band Unite for Spring Concert

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(Posted April 17, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- The Juniata College Wind Symphony and the Concert Band will join forces to present a combined concert at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 22, in Rosenberger Auditorium in the Halbritter Center for the Performing Arts on the Juniata campus.
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Juniata Students Will Highlight Research at Liberal Arts Symposium

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(Posted April 17, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. - Juniata College students will spend Thursday, April 20 explaining their research projects to their peers and to faculty at the 2017 Liberal Arts Symposium. These presentations serve as academic capstones to undergraduate research and scholarship work throughout their college careers.
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Springfest Reactions: Food, Ferris Wheels

Springfest Reactions: Food, Ferris Wheels

(Posted April 19, 2017)

Last weekend, JAB hosted the first Spring Festival. Students were able to gather on the quad to enjoy the beautiful spring weather. JAB provided food trucks, music and a Ferris wheel. Students share their opinions the event below:Continue Reading

Free-flowing Mural Emerges from Genocide Awareness Week

Free-flowing Mural Emerges from Genocide Awareness Week

(Posted April 18, 2017)

The students involved in Genocide Awareness week at Juniata, which ran from April 5 to April 10, added in a new element this year. In the downstairs lobby of von Liebig Center for Science, a public display of a Genocide Awareness and Action Mural painting occurred from 7-10 p.m. on April 5. Jane Shapiro, a junior from Endicott, N.Y.; Kerry Leonard, a junior from Cockeysville, Md.; Maeve Gannon, a junior from Pittsburgh, Pa.; Davon Jackson, a senior from Deptford, N.J.; and Kaylie Penner, a freshman from Huntingdon, Pa. all contributed in creating this art. This mural will be permanently displayed on campus.Continue Reading

Lecturer Explores Impact of Consumer Waste

Lecturer Explores Impact of Consumer Waste

(Posted April 18, 2017)

  Where do our consumer products come from, and when we are done with them, where do they go? David Radcliff explores the social and environmental impact of consumer waste and finds solutions to the problems they present. Through the New Community Project, Radcliff exposes the true cost of capitalism and finds alternative ways for people who have been taken advantage of by industry to thrive.Continue Reading

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Spring Fling: Springfest 2017
Photos by Klarissa Juliano ‘17

The College every year plans a spring activity over a weekend so students can relax and have fun on the quad. All sorts of activities are set out and students see what activities strikes their fancy.