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Freshmen: over half are unsatisfactory

Peijia Zhang, Co-Features Editor

December 4, 2015

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More than half of the freshmen have received yellow or orange warning cards for one or more unsatisfactory mid-term grades this year, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs Paul Newman said. “That’s typical (of the number compared... Read more »

Education enhanced by programs

Rachel Logan, Copy Editor

December 4, 2015

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For students looking for variety in their education, certificate programs are available to add to majors and minors. Certificates are more specific or broader in scope than minors, though the two types of programs are comparabl... Read more »

Students seek out unusal study places

Peijia Zhang, Co-Features Editor

November 11, 2015

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Some study space at Pitt-Johnstown easily may escape students’ attention because they are not as easy to locate as the library. Next to the Office of Institutional Advancement, a well-lit room with windows on the second floo... Read more »

Costumes are determined

Costumes are determined

November 11, 2015

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