Juniata’s century-old newspaper “The Juniatian” is an outlet for student and campus news, printing 10 issues per school year. It is compiled almost solely by students and is published every other Thursday. Is this source of news and entertainment utilized by individuals on campus? Juniata students discuss the Juniatian’s impact and whether or not they still read the news.
Taylor Whetsel ‘15, Indiana, Pa.:
I don’t read the Juniatian. I really just don’t have the time.
Katie Keating ‘13, Huntingdon, Pa.:
I read the Juniatian. I like to read the articles that my friends write, or stories that my friends are in.
Paul Kuhn ‘15, York, Pa.:
Besides the fact that I don’t have much time, I don’t read the Juniatian because it has irrelevant information to my life.
Jill McNeish ‘13, Greensburg, Pa.:
I don’t really read the Juniatian because I don’t know when the issues come out.
Hillary Smith ‘13, Blacksburg, Va.:
I don’t read the Juniatian because no one gives it to me.
-Seth Ruggiero ’14 Juniata Online Journalist