The Advocate

Research projects explained tonight

Lucy Li, Copy Editor

October 2, 2018

Being involved in research projects can add some highlights to a student’s resume, but some students may not realize that these opportunities might be right down the stairs of the Student Union in the Cambria Room tonight. According...

Training available to teach English

Lucy Li, Copy Editor

September 26, 2018

A new English Language Learner course is offered this semester, said an Aug. 20 email from an English professor Brian Burke. The course is one of the four new courses that are part of a proposed English as a Second Language...

Co-ops make students industry-ready

Rachel Logan, Features Editor

September 12, 2018

Co-op opportunities allow some engineering students to earn degrees while working, which may beat out summer internships in long-term usefulness. Senior mechanical engineer technology student Dan Klein has completed three semester-long...

Block party is to top off Earth week

Alyssa Coleman, Opinions Editor

April 18, 2018

Students looking to de-stress before finals can participate in events this week. A donation drive and swap meet is to take place Wednesday through Friday in the Cambria Room to commemorate Earth Week, and students have been...

Mock interviews can help job-seekers

Lucy Li, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

The transition from a college campus to society can be intimidating, but, for Pitt-Johnstown students, the career services counselors have their backs. The Pitt-Johnstown careers services center offers assistance to better...

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