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Plans for the future? Start Here: JC Career Services
January 27, 2015
Several students, especially seniors, have expressed concerns about not knowing what to do after college or how to begin the search for jobs, internships, or graduate schools. Darwin Kysor, director of career services, talks about how the Career Services Office can help students plan for the future.
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Networking at the Alumni House
January 27, 2015
Next to the Humanities Building sits the H.B. Brumbaugh Alumni house. This is a house that most students pass, perhaps even on a daily basis, but know little about. This week David Meadows, director of alumni relations and parent programs, tells us what the Alumni House is and how it can be used for networking.
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Millennial Perspectives on MLK Convocation
January 27, 2015
Martin Luther King Jr. was a pastor, activist, humanitarian, and a very important leader in the African-American civil rights movement. Americans celebrate his memory, hard work, and dedication on the third Monday of January every year. After experiencing the Martin Luther King event at Convocation, we asked five students what kind of events they would like to see in order to commemorate the MLK Jr. holiday.
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New Year, New Achievements: Student Body Resolutions
January 27, 2015
With a new year already well underway, many people across the world are beginning their New Year's Resolutions. Whether the resolutions are to go to the gym, become involved in another activity, or even meet a long-lost relative, everybody has set a goal for themselves to accomplish before 2016. Recently, a few Juniata students discussed their New Year's Resolutions and how they plan to accomplish them over the year. Here is what they had to say.
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Tired of Hiding Your Feelings? Students Helping Students Can Help
December 15, 2014
Last semester, Natasha Lane, a senior from Baltimore, Md., created a club called Empower, Visualize, Do, Support (EVDS). Recently, she has revamped the club and changed the title to Students Helping Students (SHS). This club is truly focused on creating a connection among students. To further explain the club, she answered a few questions.
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Technology, Video Games, and Violent Behavior
December 15, 2014
Technology has been questioned since the day it really started to develop and evolve. Similarly, as video games were invented, they also have been questioned. This questioning is especially noticeable when it comes to the more violent and profane games. In the past couple of years, a debate has been sparked as to whether or not violent video games promote and provoke violent actions in children and adults. Games like first-person shooters simulate real-life killing and violence. To further investigate these phenomena, we asked Anne Gilman, assistant professor of psychology, to provide us with more insight on the topic.
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Community Service and Service-Learning Office Receives Honor Roll Recognition
December 15, 2014
This week, Jessica Maxon, interim director of Community Service and Service-Learning at Juniata, discusses how Juniata won the President's Honor Roll Recognition for Community Service and what impact Juniata College has upon the community.
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Knitting Club: Creating Community One Thread at a Time
December 14, 2014
As the cold weather slowly encompasses Juniata's campus, the knitting club is just warming up with their members to create the perfect winter apparel. The knitting club, co-advised by Hannah Bellwoar, assistant professor of English and Kim Roth, associate professor of math, is an ideal method for building community and relieving stress during the rigorous last week of finals. Recently, Bellwoar sat down to discuss the knitting club's recent projects and general overview.
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Spoiler Alert: Mockingjay Part I Amazes
December 8, 2014
On Nov. 21, 2014, part one of the third Hunger Games book, "Mockingjay," was released on the big screens. Students all over campus and the world flocked to theaters in hopes of seeing the midnight premiere or other showings. A few students decided to provide their insight on what they thought about the movie as well as their feelings on the book and the movie being broken into two different parts.
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Unity House Helps Juniatians with Ferguson Emotional Fallout
December 8, 2014
After a grand jury decided not to indict officer Darren Wilson during the case involving the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., many individuals felt the need to express their opinions on the event and the underlying issues surrounding it. Rosalie Rodriguez, special assistant to the president for diversity & inclusion, talks about the emotional distress caused by this case.
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