Women’s Lacrosse

Daniel O'Malley, Staff Writer

April 29, 2019

Filed under Sports, Sundry

The Juniata Women’s Lacrosse Team improved to 2-0 on the season after a 13-8 victory over Lancaster Bible at Gibbel Stadium on February 27th. The game turned from a close game in the first 25 minutes of the first half into ...

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...

Bob Reitman Interview

Emery Malachowski, Managing Editor of Juniatian and Desk Editor of Kvasir Literary Magazine

March 1, 2019

Filed under Interview

Bob Reitman, who works for Huntingdon County Business and Industry (HCBI), was very excited about the idea of this column. “It encourages exploration,” he says, voicing enthusiasm for greater interest and coverage of Huntingdon...

Interview with Ed Stoddard

Piper Blue McGonigle, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

Filed under Interview

I met with Ed at Standing Stone Coffee Company on his suggestion. He is a big fan of Standing Stone, saying that a close coffee shop was actually on his list of reasons to move to Huntingdon. He also appreciates the coffee shop,...

It All Comes Down to Poverty: A Social Work Perspective on the Borough

Emery Malachowski, Managing Editor of Juniatian and Desk Editor of Kvasir Literary Magazine

March 1, 2019

Filed under Interview

Lily Formosa, a senior at Juniata College, has been extensively involved in the Huntingdon community, and spoke to us for our Huntingdon Borough serial in her capacity as a social work major. Formosa is interning this semester...

In Between the Sheets with Roxanne and Gertrude

March 1, 2019

Filed under Sundry

Roxanne is your favorite coquettish and loquacious babe who only comes out at night. She is hidden from the public eye under a guise of prim and proper behavior. Commitment-phobic, adrenaline-junkie, and big-bootied are only a...

Juniata Game Against Moravian

Nathaniel Charles Casper Miller, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

Filed under Sports

The Juniata Eagles came out strong against the Moravian Greyhounds. The Eagles took the first few points at the beginning of the game, with Moravian coming up on their tails as a strong competitor. Though Juniata’s defense may...

Professor Profile: Peter Goldstein

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

March 1, 2019

Filed under Interview

The first thing students may notice about English professor Peter Goldstein is his appearance: clothing in either grey, beige, navy blue, or black; lopsided glasses; an untied shoe; and an unruly head of hair—not unlike a dust...

Rumor Followup

Rian Fantozzi, Editor in Chief

March 1, 2019

Filed under Interview

Earlier this semester, the Juniatian received a tip from a student regarding the renovations being made to Baker Refectory. There has been a lot of noise surrounding the change in food providers for our College. It is important...

Eagles Defeat Notre Dame Gators

Nathaniel Miller, Student Contributor

February 5, 2019

Filed under Sports

November 9th, 2018, The Eagles spread their wings at The Kennedy Gymnasium, as the players of the Women’s Volleyball team fought to defend their home turf with poise and tremendous teamwork. The Notre Dame Gators chomped away ...

Don’t Ask Kayla

Kayla Parson, Student Contributor

February 5, 2019

Filed under Sundry

Q: How do I deal with end-of-semester stress? A: Spend all your money on useless material objects that rich people on Instagram try to sell to you under the guise of “self-care”. Alternate A: Eat nothing but Sheetz f...

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