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...

Resignation from Student Government

Rian Fantozzi, Editor in Chief

March 1, 2019

Filed under Opinion & Editorial, Student Government

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

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

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

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

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...

Dangerously Defunct Definitions Determine Difficulties

Rian Fantozzi and Emery Malachowski

February 5, 2019

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

We are all aware that it can occasionally be difficult to follow a student government meeting when they are discussing bylaws. Sometimes these bylaws can come off as overwrought or full of detailed rules. However, the true confus...

Movie Review: Freddie Mercury Dazzles Huntingdon

Borb Hankes and Cosimo Sciortino

February 5, 2019

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

The Clifton 5 movie theater offered a 5 dollar movie night, and we saw the new biopic detailing Freddie Mercury’s life. We were impressed by the movie’s ability to depict the multifaceted nature of Mercury’s on and offstage ...

Stop Hating on Juniata (So Much)

Vidal Glassman, Student Contributor

February 5, 2019

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

We need more patriotism at Juniata. Nationalism for the college. Some may even call it… school spirit. No, I don’t mean just wearing JC sweaters and slapping a bumper sticker on your truck. We need to really get into Juni...

Movie Review: Venom Struggles, Has Potential

Nik Iacovelli, Student Contributor

February 5, 2019

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

With the recent trend of Marvel movies and a Marvel boom in general, Sony Pictures saw this as a chance to create their own cinematic universe. However, like many other cinematic universes that are being attempted, Sony Pictu...

Is Tenting Worth It?

Charlie Cadden, Student Contributor

February 5, 2019

Filed under Opinion & Editorial

If you’ve been on campus lately, you’ve definitely noticed the swarm of tents that suddenly appeared on the Quad. You may have noticed many of the seats in your 8 a.m math class empty, your professor fuming at the lack of...

Parkhurst Deserves Our TLC

Elke Arnesen, Student Contributor

October 31, 2018

Filed under Opinion & Editorial, Showcase

If the Juniata Revolt page and the culinary committee meetings are any indicators, the whole Juniata community has been hyper aware of the new dining provider on campus. On the whole, students are taking a critical perspective, ...

“Take Out More Loans”

Anna Baremore, Student Contributor

October 31, 2018

Filed under Opinion & Editorial, Showcase

Since my freshman year, tuition has increased by $3000 dollars. I came to this school because it appeared different from others I had toured. Other tours bragged brand new athletic facilities with massive aquatic centers and spas....

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