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Pitt, UPJ react to order

Rachel Logan, Copy Editor

February 8

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President Donald Trump’s Jan. 27 executive order limiting travelers from seven countries resulted in an email from Pitt Chancellor Patrick Gallagher condemning the action. Gallagher said Pitt community members planning to t...

More crimes are listed

Tyler McNulty, News Editor

February 8

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Pitt-Johnstown police have charged 20-year-old James Cantwell of Churchville, Bucks County, with operation of vehicle without official certificate of inspection and driving upon a sidewalk Jan. 20. Officer Daniel Smith reported that Cant...

Health services have no director

Peijia Zhang, Editor-in-Chief

February 1

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Former Health and Wellness Services Director Theresa Horner said she left her Pitt-Johnstown position at the semester’s start. She did not offer a reason. A university news service indicated Horner was employed at Pitt-Joh...

Parking at Penn Highlands risks towing

Matt Churella, Contributing Writer

February 1

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Some of Pitt-Johnstown’s students have tested the mutual respect between Pitt-Johnstown and Penn Highlands communities, by parking in the community college’s lots. This intrusion has become such an issue that Penn Highlan...

Life support courses aim at niche market

Peijia Zhang, Editor-in-Chief

January 25

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Starting from its head and ending in its lower shoulder – a segment of young and blonde short-haired male-featured-like mannequin laid on a table beside a defibrillator Jan. 12 in each of the four small classrooms in the Living...

Sidewalks are for walking

Tyler McNulty, News Editor

January 25

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Pitt-Johnstown police charged Kiersten Warren, 20, of Johnstown, with  a traffic violation Dec. 11. Officer Edward Ostroski reported that Warren failed to stop at a stop sign. A $129 fine was listed for the charge. Campus po...

Democrats financed for Washington, D.C. march

Rachel Logan, Copy Editor

January 18

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Pitt-Johnstown College Democrats plan to attend the Million Women’s March Saturday in Washington, D.C. The club became active again late last semester through efforts of its president, Jacob Williamson-Rea. At a student g...

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