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Good Hall

The center for the social sciences, Good Hall (1967) contains more than 30 classrooms, two computer facilities (including a Mac lab), the business department's case study room, the audio/visual department, and three instructional laboratories: psychology, modern languages, and human interaction. Originally named "Science Hall" the building was constructed in 1916, one of three local buildings designed by famed architect Edward Tilton (Carnegie Museum and the Stone Church of the Brethren are the others). As the science departments relocated to the newly constructed Brumbaugh Science Center in 1966, the building was enlarged in 1967 with the construction of two classroom wings on each end of the building and renamed for benefactor J. Omar Good.



Why Liberal Arts

“The main attraction of being at a liberal arts college is that creating a well rounded individual is the highest priority. I am a chemistry POE with a secondary emphasis in the arts and I greatly appreciate having the opportunity to be taught everything in between.” —Thomas Jordan ’13 Full Story...

Why Liberal Arts

“I transferred to Juniata because I loved the sense of community I found on the campus. Coming from a large school, it was awesome to be able to interact with people who know my name and my goals." —Ally Lush ’13 Full Story...

Why Liberal Arts

“Liberal arts schools are much more flexible in letting students explore their own interests—Juniata let me spend a long time wandering around from department to department before I finally decided which one I wanted to settle in." —Kelsey Molseed ’14 Full Story...

Party Time: Politics Students Attend National Conventions

It’s an unusual college course that complements its final with confetti, balloons and thousands of celebrating delegates, but Juniata’s course “Political Party Conventions,” is not coursework as usual. “It’s an intense experience for the students and an intense experience for me,” says Dennis Plane, associate professor of politics at Juniata, who organized and offered the course, which sends students to attend the Republican and Democratic national conventions. This fall marked the second time Plane has offered the course. Four years ago a contingent of Juniata students attended the 2008 conventions. Full Story...

Good Hall Slide Show

Good Hall Slide Show

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