The Advocate

Friendships blossom with game players

Allie Vassalotti, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2019

The Pitt-Johnstown Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center’s entrance, to passersby, Sept.22, is no different from what it normally was: a large building with a round roof and columns closest to the entrance. To a small group, ho...

State pageant queens are to be selected on campus

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor

September 18, 2019

A tale of two crowns is to turn heads in the Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center this November. Nicole Waligora of the Johnstown Visitors Bureau said the Miss Pennsylvania USA and Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA pageants are estimated...

King, Queen nominations due Sunday

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor

September 10, 2019

Clarification: Activities and Engagement Director Heather Hall said Student Affairs, along with Alumni Relations, is responsible for the Homecoming Court tradition. Program Board helps implement the tradition, but the club...

Get ready: The snowflakes are a’comin’

Robert Landis, Contributing Writer

September 10, 2019

 As leaves fall and crunch under students’ feet, signaling autumn, the Pitt-Johnstown community knows winter comes soon, and so will the snow. Richland Township gets quite a lot of snow, with a record of 125.5 inches in ...

Gym managers offer pizza as a reward

Lucy Li, Features Editor

April 9, 2019

Eyes shut, teeth clenched and body trembling a little while attempting to lift the weights one more time; let go, take a deep breath, expecting to inhale the usual stale air, but instead it’s the smell of peperoni and cheese. Pizza,...

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