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The Advocate

Students and officials foster inclusion

Eden Cohen, Outgoing Managing Editor

April 20, 2016

Filed under Features, Top Stories

Since University of Pittsburgh officials have dedicated themselves to gender inclusion at all campuses, it may be fitting to re-evaluate another section of inclusion: race. Students seem to have a mixed impression about Pitt-Johnstown’s rac...

Professors reflect on past experiences

Victoria Grattan, Editor-In-Chief

April 20, 2016

Filed under Features

Before their time at Pitt-Johnstown, some professors acquired unique hobbies and interests while in college. Kristen Majocha, professor and communication department co-chair woman,   said during her time at Slippery Rock University, she was an office...

Students combat decreasing motivation

Bre Berkebile, Staff Writer

April 13, 2016

Filed under Features

As the spring semester comes to a close, students are finding ways to keep themselves motivated to finish the semester strong. Junior Natalie Rosborough said that the spring semester was harder than the fall semester for he...

Award-winning poet empowers audience

Bre Berkebile, Staff Writer

April 6, 2016

Filed under Features

“A poem is a process rather than a product,” performance poet Aja Monet said to a captivated audience March 30 in Whalley Chapel. Monet, who is of Cuban-Jamaican decent, is the youngest winner of the Nuyorican Poet’s ...

Students perform Agatha Christie play

March 30, 2016

Filed under Features

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Graduates reach out to current students

Victoria Grattan, Features Editor

March 30, 2016

Filed under Features

As the 2016 spring semester draws to a close and commencement approaches, Pitt-Johnstown graduates had some encouraging words for seniors who are finishing up their final year, as well as advice for students who will be contin...

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