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Arts Retreat - Body Paint

The Arts retreat showcases the best of what Juniata College and the Huntingdon area have to offer. Students will be challenged through self-exploration, creativity, and expression with a variety of hands on activities. No experience necessary!  This year the retreat will be traveling to near by State College to visit a local art studio and museum. The students will also be creating some of their own masterpieces with some local artists and professors around campus and Huntingdon. This retreat is meant to have fun with fellow classmates and get those creative juices flowing for the upcoming semester.  

 Each retreat will also have the opportunity to mingle with other retreats and participate in larger group activities and programs.

 **Keep checking in for updates on the Arts retreat throughout the spring as we move further along in the planning process.

Meet your Peer Leaders:

Kitty Moyer

Hometown: Bradford, PA

POE: Environmental Science with a secondary emphasis in Art

Hi my name is Katherine Moyer, but I go by Kitty. I am a Junior for the 2014-2015 school year. I love to do ceramics, and eat ice cream in my spare time! My favorite thing about Juniata is that it becomes a home away from home. Professors genuinely care and get to know your name and who you are, rather than just being a number like I could have been at a different school. I also participate in several clubs at Juniata, Mud Junkies (ceramics club), Ski Club, YES Club (business club), and get involved with several other events on campus, so if you need any help getting involved with organizations on campus- let me know! Have a happy Inbound!

Morgan Sweeney

Hometown: Perkiomenville, PA

POE: Business with a secondary emphasis in Biology and French

Hello! My name is Morgan and I am a senior here at Juniata. I play rugby and run the radio station, and I love being a DJ for WKVR. I enjoy watching countless hours of Bob's Burgers and cat videos in my free time. My favorite Juniata tradition would have to be storming, because it is a great bonding experience for me and my team. I love Inbound, and look forward to having a great four days and making new friends!

Dana Spann

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

POE: Mass Media Communications

A couple of my favorite things to do are having good conversations with friends, being creative, dancing, and sitting out on the quad when it’s a beautiful, warm day. Some things that I am involved in at JC are cheerleading, being a telecounselor from the admissions office, and before the beginning of the academic year, being an inbound leader. My favorite thing about JC is the ability to create your own POE. That was one of the things that attracted me to attend Juniata. My favorite JC tradition would have to be Madrigal, because I love that I get to dress up for the dinner and dance. Also, during the dinner you get to have the professors serve you dinner. One of my best inbound memories would have to be Inbound 2013, the year that I was an inbound leader for the first time. This has to be one of my favorite memories because I remember how nervous I was to meet the incoming class of 2013 and I kept thinking to myself “I hope I don’t mess up and steer these freshmen in the wrong direction.” But by the end of inbound I found out that all my inboundees appreciated all the advice I gave them about my freshmen year. I’m glad to say that I became really good friends with some of my inboundees.

Rachel Cline

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

POE: Theatre and Business

My favorite thing about Juniata is that everyone - peers, faculty, administration and staff - push you to be and do your best, no matter what. My interests include loud music, old movies and good books, and one of my favorite Juniata traditions is obviously Mountain Day.  Inbound was a fantastic experience for me last year, and I know it will be even better this year!