Sapphic Sci-Fi Spooks in “Wilder Girls” Novel

Jill Palmer, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

“Some days it’s fine. Others it nearly breaks me. The emptiness of the horizon, and the hunger in my body, and how will we ever survive this if we can’t survive each other?”—Wilder Girls (2019) by Rory Power. Wilder Girls takes ...

Magic is in the Cards

Morgan Hoover, Staff Writer

November 22, 2019

Modern day trading card games can all trace their origins back to one single common ancestry — Magic: The Gathering. Produced by the company “Wizards of the Coast”, beginning in 1993, Magic has gone through over two decades...

The Freshman Experience

Mya Decker, Staff Writer

October 7, 2019

All was great until day 1. Listen, I’m not going to pretend that I’m the first freshman to encounter being a freshman. Don’t get me wrong, college is great, and Juniata is even better but its not easy. Let me tell you...

Book Review: Collaborators

Jill Palmer, Print Design Head Honch

October 7, 2019

“My mother lied to me about everything...She crooned and ranked and cooked up powerful storms of lies that held like uncalled-for weather over my childhood” – Janet Kauffman (1986). Ever since I was a young child, I have a...

The Expanding Frontier

Rian Fantozzi, Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2019

I was pretty young when I went to my first star party. After driving a long way for five or six year old me, my dad and I arrived at the Dear Lakes Observatory and I met a whole crowd of people with their personal small telescopes....

End of the Year

End of the Year

June 6, 2019

Drastic but Warranted Measures

Borb Hankes, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

Something must be done. There is, was, and has been a dramatic failure at Juniata College in the attempt to reduce the number of sexual assaults and harassments on campus. It must be said. The attempts made by the administration...

Indigenous Women Still in Danger

Perry Willig, Staff Writer and Artist, Kvasir Contributor

March 27, 2019

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...

Resignation from Student Government

Rian Fantozzi, Editor in Chief

March 1, 2019

To: Student Body of Juniata College From: Rian Fantozzi Subject: Resignation from Student Government Date: February 11, 2019   My Juniata College Dear, I have been serving on the Policy Committee of Student...

We All Have Work to Do

Estrada, Student Contributor

March 1, 2019

Student Government is “incredibly tense” and stressful for those who can become consumed by it. But it’s also a place where everyone has their own agenda. Their own intentions—for themselves or for their respective...

Fiesta Latina

Perry Willig, Staff Writer and Artist, Kvasir Contributor

March 1, 2019

JC’s Spanish Club hosted Fiesta Latina last Saturday, on the 2nd of February. I DJ’ed the event, as invited by the club’s Vice President, Emily McGrath. The setting was fun, and the food was delicious, making for an enj...

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