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Juniata is more than an institution, for many students this place becomes home and campus becomes community. And, in early March 2020, when the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, began to impact the world surrounding Juniata, everyone on campus felt the effects—none so much as those unable to return to their families. "More than half of our (international) students were able to return home," said Kati Csoman, dean of international education. "Some went to stay with family and friends throughout the United States. There are many who are staying with their Juniata roommates and friends."Read The Complete Story >
There is something magical about the hills of Huntingdon County. They are in truth no different from the rest of the western Appalachians; they are home to the same corn and soy fields splayed across the rest of Pennsylvania, their geology is not unique. But they dip and roll like gentle waves, bouncing light back and forth and down into those shallow valleys so that no matter what time of day or year, everything is tinged in gold. Perhaps not everyone sees them in this way, but the students at the college nestled tightly in those hills know that they are holy.Read Naomi's Complete Story >
I'm working as a multi-faith chaplain at two large teaching hospitals, both adult and pediatric, in Colorado. My team and I support patients and families as they process life changing illness and injuries, as they engage decision making, and as they experience traumas and end of life situations.Read Katherine's Complete Story >
My dear Juniatians,
This past Holy Week has been a time for reflection for many of us, whether we are stuck at home with our families or working one of the many essential jobs that help keep our country stumbling forward.
The bookstore my husband Eric Vincent and I own was recently featured in Publisher's Weekly for our efforts to keep students in our mountain community reading during the current shut down.Read About Devina >
Dear fellow Juniatians, I’m currently a 3rd year family medicine resident in Tacoma, Washington (just south of Seattle) and just finished a month on our busy inpatient medicine service. Our patients, like so many others in this country were admitted for all of the usual reasons, but also for COVID 19 - some to our general floors and others to our ICUs.Read Brianne's Complete Story >