Golf simulator provides more swings

Trevor Monk, Staff Writer

March 28, 2012

Filed under Sports

Although the Wellness Center staff has faced problems with the golf simulator being “out of commission until further notice”, last week. UPJ’s golf team has been keeping the clubs swinging in their offseason in a New Age... Read more »

Editorial – UPJ throws lifeline to the burdened

March 28, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Some students received a scare last month in the form of demands from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency. The agency was asking more than 300 students to pay back portions of tuition grants. These additional... Read more »

Incumbents win in a Web-savvy Senate presidential campaign

Ryan Brown, Managing Editor

March 28, 2012

Filed under News

Student Senate incumbents Cliff Maloney and Marcus McGuire retained their seats Thursday in a 2-to-1 landslide presidential election that included unprecedented turnout. More than 900 students – over a third of eligible voters... Read more »

Engineers construct togetherness

Andy Hsiao Chung, Staff Writer

March 28, 2012

Filed under Features

Pitt-Johnstown civil engineers March 20 led off a week to celebrate engineering with a banquet hosted by the Altoona Section American Society of Highway Engineers. A society member had contacted Pitt-Johnstown’s civil engineering... Read more »

Pingpongers do battle

Luis Torres, Copy Editor

March 28, 2012

Filed under News

Student Government Association’s event “Pingpong for Puppies” attained some success March 22, thus fulfilling modest expectations for its debut. The event’s continuity is to be decided by Student Senate Recreation and... Read more »

End draws near, senioritis settles in

Brianne Fleming, Staff Writer

March 28, 2012

Filed under Features

With senioritis lurking on campus, some about to graduate seem to lack incentive during their last few weeks at UPJ. Some seniors have been modeling their regalia now that a deadline has passed to purchase mortarboard hats... Read more »

Coach’s “Jamal Clinics” build young athletes

Nate Bottiger, Staff Writer

March 28, 2012

Filed under Sports

When the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Jamal Palmer came to Pitt-Johnstown, he noticed one thing that was missing from the area’s basketball community: there were not enough camps for young athletes. Palmer, who has... Read more »

Weather cuts scuba scheduling

Keith Hartman, Copy Editor

March 28, 2012

Filed under Features

Pitt-Johnstown’s scuba class is now to be offered only in the fall semester. The change, aquatic coordinator James Hedrick said, is due to the scheduling of the “open-water dive.” The open dive is an exercise where... Read more »

Greeks battle in weeklong tradition

Trevor Monk, Staff Writer

March 28, 2012

Filed under Sports

Greek students have been geared up to compete in the annual UPJ Greek Week. This week marks a tradition of competition among fraternities and sororities. The week’s events highlight a number of events. Events include foosball,... Read more »

Letter: Senate election

March 28, 2012

Filed under Opinions

To the Editor, This is Christian Woo. As you probably already know, Alexis Prusick and I did not receive a majority of the popular vote, and will not be serving as the President and Vice President of the Student Government... Read more »

Cabin reboot gets boost

Vivian Chen Liyi, Staff Writer

March 28, 2012

Filed under News

Pitt Johnstown Student Affairs Vice President Jonathan Wescott has approved a Student Senate request to support a Log Cabin renovation with Student Activity Fee reserve funds. Cliff Maloney, Pitt Johnstown Student Government... Read more »

Internship or job? It’s time to prepare

Matt Harkins, Circulation Director

March 28, 2012

Filed under Features

With the last month of  spring semester here, UPJ students begin the process of finding a summer occupation,  whether the student is applying for a summer job or an internship. Internships, typically three to six months in... Read more »