Officer hospitalized after alleged assault

Ryan Brown, Managing Editor

October 26, 2011

Filed under News

A Campus Police officer was hospitalized after a vicious hand-to-hand fight with a student early Sunday morning in a Living/Learning Center stairwell, according to police. Associate Chief Eric Zangaglia entered the LLC shortly... Read more »

Editorial – Security revision may be in order

October 26, 2011

Filed under Opinions

Many students have been faced with the decision of whether to let somebody into a dorm. Maybe the outsider forgot his or her ID card or needs to study with someone. But when its 20 degrees and blustery, students usually hustle... Read more »

Rain ruins seasons, moves practices

D.J. Shoffstall, Copy Editor

October 26, 2011

Filed under Sports

Soggy athletic fields have led to some sports activities being canceled and others moved to different locations. Pitt-Johnstown’s men’s soccer coach Eric Kinsey said the soccer team, along with intramural soccer and football... Read more »

A student and two professors discuss military service

Brandon Zeris, Copy Editor

October 26, 2011

Filed under Features

Imagine traveling to a foreign land where some inhabitants have set a goal to kill you. Some Pitt-Johnstown veterans have experienced this feeling firsthand and others continue to help injured servicemen and women return to civilian... Read more »

Survey says: classes missed

Vivian Chen Liyi, Staff Writer

October 26, 2011

Filed under News

The Student Senate Housing Committee and Housing staff surveyed 49 College Park Apartments residents and found more than half of them missed a class because of shuttle unavailability. Approximately 26 percent of the surveyed... Read more »

Golfers set record in championship runup

Olivia Hutchinson, Sports Editor

October 26, 2011

Filed under Sports

This season, Pitt- Johnstown’s men’s golf team had the best finish in team history. The team became eligible for the conference championships in 2007. The team finished in second place at their conference championship Oct.... Read more »

Some tangled and lost in CourseWeb’s web

Kelly Cernetich, Editor-in-Chief

October 26, 2011

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While CourseWeb is an online learning tool available for all professors to use in their classrooms, some find the service more useful than others. Adjunct English instructor Lance Harshbarger said he uses CourseWeb to post... Read more »

‘Teacher’ brings fresh ideas

Erin Fowler, Staff Writer

October 26, 2011

Filed under Features

A new perspective has been brought to the UPJ theater stage by the August addition of John Teacher to the Theatre Department’s staff. According to Teacher, the Theatre Department at UPJ is unique. “I haven’t found... Read more »

Flood has national goal

Dave Dunkleberger, Contributing Writer

October 26, 2011

Filed under Sports

The UPJ Flood ultimate frisbee team competes in the Ohio Valley Conference of USA Ultimate. The Flood team roster consists of 30 players. Ultimate frisbee is nothing new here. Flood president Tyler Fleck said, “Ultimate... Read more »

Letter – Join the occupation

October 26, 2011

Filed under Opinions

Dear Pitt-Johnstown campus: We sit at the brink of revolution, a revolution started by people like you and me. But what I notice on campus is that not many of us know what that is. I hope I can enlighten you on the Occupy Wall... Read more »

Angry Birds, zombies leading costume interest

Lauren Collins, Features Editor

October 26, 2011

Filed under Features

Some Pitt-Johnstown students are thinking about the perfect Halloween costume to wear in celebration of the holiday. Sophomore Katie Sullivan said she already knows what she wants to be. “I’m going to be an iPod,”... Read more »

Dance ensemble draws 100

Olivia Hutchinson, Sports Editor

October 26, 2011

Filed under Features

The Pitt-Johnstown Dance Ensemble club plans to continue to grow in number this year and provide a lineup of several types of dance. President and junior Caitlin McCarty said that they hope the large number will not prevent... Read more »