The Advocate

Job-placement rates sound good here

Lucy Li, Features Editor

December 5, 2018

One of the components that students and parents look at during college selection is the school’s job placement rate after graduation. According to Real World Career Services Director Sherri Rae, Pitt-Johnstown had an overall  96...

Meals possible for students staying

Lucy Li, Copy Editor

November 14, 2018

In one more week, many students can go home and celebrate Thanksgiving with families and friends. However, not all students have the privilege of hugging their families and friends after a three-month separation.  Some international students, student-athletes a...

High school robot nerds are inbound

Callie Burgan, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

On Dec. 8, high school robotics teams are to compete at a robotics tournament in the Wellness Center.  The tournament is free and open to the public, and guests are to experience a head-to-head competition in which 24 tea...

History interns praise the experience

Callie Burgan, Contributing Writer

November 7, 2018

History professor Paul Newman said internships are an excellent way to obtain real-world experience in an environment outside of the classroom.  Newman has been working with history majors to achieve internship credits over ...

Symphony offers free ‘phenomenal’ concerts

Callie Burgan, Contributing Writer

October 31, 2018

The Johnstown Symphony Orchestra is to participate in a second year of free student tickets.  On concert days, students can show up with their student IDs to gain entrance if the show has not sold out. Their opening ni...

Organizations to add spook to season

Rachel Logan, Features Editor

October 24, 2018

Sorority Phi Sigma Sigma’s Haunted Trail and Dance Team’s Halloween Bash may make a dark and spooky season a little brighter.   Most years, sorority members hold a haunted house inside their Larkspur lodge. This year, ho...

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