The Advocate

Students choose points over meals

Tyler McNulty, Editor-in-Chief

March 21, 2018

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Last week, Sodexo officials gave students a chance to convert meals to dining dollars. Students were able to exchange a meal-plan swipe for $5 in dining dollars, up to 25 meal- plan swipes. Students are then able to use the...

Humanities majors lose popularity

Tyler McNulty and Alyssa Coleman

March 21, 2018

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More Pitt-Johnstown students are engineering majors than any other major category. Humanities majors number the fewest of the seven academic divisions. According to Pitt-Johnstown Registrar Christian Stumpf, 720 are majors...

Commuter involvement rebooted

Matt Churella, News Editor

February 28, 2018

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Commuter students can now relax in between classes at a new campus lounge. The lounge area is the former student government office, situated in the hallway near Brioche Dorée Café. Campus Activities and Engagement Director...

New tool can aid class scheduling

Matt Churella, News Editor

February 28, 2018

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A new online tool was developed last year by PeopleSoft, Inc. of Pleasanton, California, to help students plan class schedules. The tool is called Schedule Planner, and it was first announced in a Feb. 1 campuswide email to...

Accused students have fines listed

Matt Churella, News Editor

February 28, 2018

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Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Robert Baumgarten, 19, of Pittsburgh, with purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of liquor,   malt or brewed beverages Feb. 13. Campus Police Officer Tabitha Leary alleged...

Third times the charm

Third times the charm

February 21, 2018

Student money going toward clubs

Tyler McNulty, Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2018

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Student government allocations committee members are getting ready to hand out $400,000 collected from students to club members. Student Government Treasurer Santana Lardo and Allocation co-chairman Sam Miller, who both have...

Johnstown input sought in search

Jane Stueckemann, Managing Editor

February 21, 2018

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Pitt-Oakland search committee members invited Pitt-Johnstown faculty and staff to attend a town hall meeting Feb. 14 to discuss their expectations for Pitt’s next provost. Patricia Beeson, who had started as a Pitt faculty...

Log Cabin to cost too much

Log Cabin to cost too much

February 14, 2018

Police charge three with marijuana

Matt Churella, News Editor

February 14, 2018

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Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Olando Sepata King Jr., 21, of DeSoto, Texas, with disorderly conduct Jan. 5. Campus Police Officer Dan Smith alleged in a citation filed Jan. 8 that King had smoked marijuana in an apartment...

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