Editorial – Bettering good idea would be best

December 6, 2011

Filed under Opinions

With winter weather approaching quickly, it is nice to have a shuttle service that is available for longer hours and even runs to Walmart. However, it seems that no matter how long or where the shuttle runs, students are walking... Read more »

Pool access gets lift

Andy Hsiao Chung, Staff Writer

December 6, 2011

Filed under Features

Pitt-Johnstown’s Zamias Aquatic Center now has a hydraulic lift chair—an instrument allowing physically challenged people a more convenient means of getting in the center's pool. “We are required to put it in,” said... Read more »

Guest policy proposed

Dylan Johnson, News Editor

December 6, 2011

Filed under News

At a Student Government Association meeting Nov. 28, student senators passed a proposal for an overnight-guest policy. The policy includes an overnight-guest form that must be completed prior to midnight for each guest, and... Read more »

Cats skate through ailments

Brandon Zeris, Copy Editor

December 6, 2011

Filed under Sports

The Pitt-Johnstown Ice Cats have been hit hard by illness and injuries, but some members said the team has played well despite the problems. Many players have been playing with the flu, according to Head Coach Dave Layman. “Our... Read more »

Three students make bail

Ryan Brown, Managing Editor

December 6, 2011

Filed under News

Four Pitt-Johnstown students facing charges in two October criminal cases are now free, and at least three await court hearings. Two freshmen accused in an Oct. 6 beating in Laurel Hall – Tenecious Underwood, of Rose Hill,... Read more »

Student finds time to help

Erin Fowler, Staff Writer

December 6, 2011

Filed under Features

Those who help others can be found in many places, even among UPJ students. Jordan Creany, a senior Biology and Chemistry student also holds a full time position as a paramedic at the East Hills and Jackson Township EMS departments. Creany... Read more »

Opening day, hunters scope deer

Nate Bottiger, Staff Writer

December 6, 2011

Filed under Sports

So far this season, it seems that good weather conditions have provided a good environment for Pitt-Johnstown who look forward to deer season’s first week. Senior Brian Gindlesperger said he has been enjoying this season... Read more »

Ski slope fix-up fighting finance

Ross Nelson, Staff Writer

December 6, 2011

Filed under News

Plans for restoring campus ski slopes have been delayed due to a projected $500,000 in costs. The costs were estimated by a marketing plan created by J-Town Consulting, a group made up of UPJ students in a business class. The... Read more »