The Advocate

Nation’s leaders to talk here

Angel Clarke-Paulakos, Contributing Writer

October 17, 2018

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney and former CIA Director Leon Panetta are to speak Nov. 12 at Pitt-Johnstown for two sessions: one for VIPs who pay admission and one free session for the nonpaying public. The VIP session,...

Academic leaders to take positions

Tyler McNulty, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2018

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Two Humanities Division professors have  taken on the responsibility of chairman positions.  Philosophy professor Derek Leben is now Academic Integrity Review Board chairman, while literature professor Catherine Cox is now the ...

Mold complaints advanced

Mold complaints advanced

October 2, 2018

Recycling changes described

Lucy Li, Copy Editor

October 2, 2018

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According to an email sent to Pitt-Johnstown students Sept. 11, the campus is to launch a reconstructed recycle program due to China’s decision to ban the import of some recyclable materials. Auxiliary services staff member...

Disorderly allegations filed against students

Tyler McNutly, Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2018

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Pitt-Johnstown campus police charged Haley Nicole James, 19, of Pittsburgh, and Karsen Elizabeth Koah, 19, of Pittsburgh with disorderly conduct Sept. 16. Campus Police Officer Edward Ostroski reported that James and Koah smoked...

Freshmen will serve others

Freshmen will serve others

September 26, 2018

Basketball coach has 3 roles

Basketball coach has 3 roles

September 26, 2018

Lower property values risk revenue

Alyssa Coleman, Opinions Editor

September 26, 2018

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The appraised values of two closed Richland Township restaurants have been reduced 50 to 60 percent, meaning less tax revenue for Richland School District, Richland Township and Cambria County. The buildings, former Ponderosa...

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