What is the Bahá’í Faith?

Samantha Miles, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

“The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens.” – Bahá’u’lláh Did you know that the second most widespread religion in the world is one you may have never heard about? Though you can find several books...

Raid on Area 51

Raid on Area 51

November 22, 2019

How Cork Changed Me

How Cork Changed Me

October 7, 2019

College Gripped by Spiritual Uncertainty

Samantha Miles, Staff Writer

October 7, 2019

Juniata College was founded by the Church of the Brethren, opening under the title “Huntingdon Normal School” on April 17th, 1876, and changing to “Brethren’s Normal College” and “Juniata College” within a twenty-year...

Genocide Awareness Series Success

Perry Willig, Staff Writer

June 5, 2019

Genocide Awareness and Action Week (GAAW) is a series of Social Justice events, sponsored by the Baker Institute and run by Mariah Dorsey and Umuhoza Pari Lilliane, which features talks on how we can be more conscious of our actions...

The Dead Live On

Borb Hankes, Dean of Conquest

April 7, 2019

Frankenstein, performed by the Aquila Theatre Company, was awesome. Simply put, the acting was incredible, and the play itself is well-written. Even though I knew the story already, I was on the edge of my seat the whole time....

Fan Favorite Memorizes Song Phonetically

Kayla Parson

April 7, 2019

On March 23rd, several members of the Juniata community showed off their talents in Baker Refectory as part of the annual Juniata’s Got Talent show sponsored by JAB. The night was hosted by comedian Jessi Campbell, who entertained...

Rembrandt Exhibition Triples Museum Attendance

Nitya Chagti

April 7, 2019

Thursday, February 14th saw the opening of Rembrandt: The Consummate Etcher and 17th Century Printmakers at the Carnegie Museum of Art. During the two-hour gala, over 150 Huntingdon citizens and Juniata students, faculty, and...

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