Bradford crisis causes curriculum adjustment

Salynda Hogsett, Contributing Writer

March 24, 2015

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On Feb. 23, a water main broke near the Pitt-Bradford entrance, releasing nearly 5 million gallons of water from the municipal water system and leading to loss of water service for approximately 18,000 people. Due to the loss of w... Read more »

Bank executives grant $1 million

Eden Cohen, Managing Editor

March 24, 2015

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Somerset Trust Co. executives have promised to donate $1 million in total consecutively in 10 years to Pitt-Johnstown’s entrepreneurship program. The program has been named the Somerset Trust Company Entrepreneurship Progra... Read more »

Special requests blow into police department

Kaitlin R. Greenockle, News Editor

March 4, 2015

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Pitt-Johnstown police officers had to add to their duties this winter. Due to wintery conditions, students, staff and faculty face obstacles and call for police officers’ help. Pitt-Johnstown Police Chief Eric Zangaglia said once the cold we... Read more »

Pet ban in campus buildings declared

Kaitlin R. Greenockle, News Editor

February 25, 2015

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University Environmental Heath and Safety Office employees have reiterated that personal pets are not permitted in academic buildings. They said that it is a safety and liability issue, according to Finance and Administration V... Read more »

General classes to be evaluated

Nick Zinovenko, Staff Writer

February 25, 2015

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In addition to classes necessary for one’s major, Pitt-Johnstown students must also take classes to fulfill general-education requirements. Under the current system, courses in the Humanities, Natural Sciences and Social Sci... Read more »