Showstopping Drag

Borb Hankes, Staff Writer, Dean of Conquest

March 28, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events

Following the fantastic success of the State College Drag show in the fall semester, the PRISM club organized its own drag show. Featuring an all-star cast of students and two MCs from Penn State, the Juniata Drag Show rivaled t...

Indigenous Women Still in Danger

Perry Willig, Staff Writer and Artist, Kvasir Contributor

March 27, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events, Opinion & Editorial

On February 3rd, 2019,  I attended Polly Walker’s discussion on the large scale of Women and Girls in Native American tribes who are kidnapped and/or murdered. Walker started with the history of the Savanna Greywind Bill. N...

Sex with Akiva

Akiva Hort, Artistic Director and Kvasir Contributor

March 1, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events, Interview

The Juniatian: What do you think about kinks that would be unethical were they not consensual? Akiva: Just the presence of consent does not absolve social factors that play into the unethicalness of those kinks. Violence against...

Developments in the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Tom Lantz, Student Contributor

March 1, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events

On Friday February 8th alumnus Adam Nelson returned to campus to present and discuss the growing Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh. Nelson is an international project manager for the National Democratic Institute. He recentl...

Professor Walker’s Talk

Perry Willig, Staff Writer and Artist, Kvasir Contributor

March 1, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events

On February 3rd, 2019,  I attended Polly Walker’s discussion on the large scale of Women and Girls in Native American tribes who are kidnapped and/or murdered. Walker started with the history of the Savanna Greywind Bill. Name...

Diwali: The Festival of Lights

Kiera Lindner, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events

More than one hundred people, including President Troha, came to Ellis Ballroom from 6 to 8 p.m on Wednesday, November 7th to celebrate Diwali, a Hindu holiday celebrated every autumn on a new moon. Nitya Chagti, who organized and...

Survivors Speak

Jill Palmer, Desk Editor of Layout, Desk Co-Editor of Copyediting

February 5, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events

On Friday, November 2nd, from 7-8 p.m in Ellis Ballroom, students were invited  to participate in an Open Mic Night as part of the “It’s On Us” program. Students came together to share stories, provide commentary, and offer r...

Powerful Queer Voices

Kiera Lindner, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events

What does it mean to be a member of the LGBTQ+ community? What is the LGBTQ+ experience today? These difficult questions were considered through the lens of poetry and song at the English Department’s Queer Voices Coffeehouse event,...

Rosenberger Hosts Puppeteers

Alexander Drucker, Desk Co-Editor of Copyediting, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019

Filed under Culture & Events

On Friday, November 9th, Robin Frohardt presented her play “The Pigeoning” in Rosenberger Auditorium. The play centers around Frank, a desk jockey in an unnamed dreary office building. The opening scene portrays about...

PRISM Puts On Pridefest

Kiera Lindner, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Filed under Culture & Events

The LGBT+ advocacy club PRISM held their annual Pridefest event, the culmination of the September 3rd-8th Pride Week, on the Quad on the rainy Friday of September 7th, 2018. Multiple Juniata clubs and off-campus organization...

Author Johnathan Mooney Speaks on Social Change

Kiera Lindner, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

Filed under Culture & Events

Johnathan Mooney, a social change advocate, speaker, and writer who focuses particularly on learning differences, gave a talk on Wednesday evening, September 19th in Alumni Hall. He was invited by the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion...

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