Olsavsky – Easy A?

Olsavsky – Easy A?

January 25, 2012

One campus cemetery documented, 3 unfound

Pat Gilles, Staff Writer

January 25, 2012

Filed under Features

Unbeknownst to many UPJ students, their college has a family cemetery in its woods. This is a final resting place for members of the Baumgardener family dating from 1863 to the early 1900s. UPJ historian and Business Office... Read more »

Wall belay works legs, arms and backs

Olivia Hutchinson, Sports Editor

January 25, 2012

Filed under Sports

Towering over elliptical machines, treadmills and weights, the 30-foot-high Wellness Center rock wall provides students with an adequate workout, according to Wellness Center employee Kaitlyne Krinock. “I always hear people... Read more »

Editorial – Fresh start to begin a masterpiece

January 17, 2012

Filed under Opinions

For most, college  is a melting pot of relationships, experiences and memories. The start of a new semester gives students a fresh start and a new canvas. Depending on the type of experience one wishes to paint, he or she... Read more »

Freshman average grades up to 2.57

Ryan Brown, Managing Editor

January 17, 2012

Filed under News

Freshmen are getting better at Pitt-Johnstown, at least according to the numbers. Freshmen concluding the fall 2011 semester had an average GPA around 2.57 -- nearly two-tenths of a point higher than fall 2010. Assistant... Read more »

College Democrats plan registration drive

Kelly Cernetich, Editor-in-Chief

January 17, 2012

Filed under News

National attention may be focused on upcoming Republican presidential primaries and caucuses, but Pitt-Johnstown’s College Democrats said they are hard at work, hoping to spark students’ interest in local politics. A “Get... Read more »

Despite reluctance, religion classes enlighten

Andy Hsiao Chung, Staff Writer

January 17, 2012

Filed under Features

Light materialized in a classroom once again along with strident sounds of papers and books being hastily put away as a class was dismissed. Students shuffled out, many overwhelmed by what they had just absorbed and astounded... Read more »

Enrollment does not identify winner

David Dunkleberger, Contributing Writer

January 17, 2012

Filed under Sports

The West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference was designed to keep small colleges and universities in the area away from competing unfairly against major universities. Each school’s enrollment number was gathered... Read more »