The Advocate

Junior Ryan Wasil poses with a Hachiko dog statue at Shibuya Train Station in Japan, where he studied abroad this summer.

Study abroad may be key for growth

Lucy Li, Copy Editor
October 17, 2018
Students work with geography professor Mitzy Schaney (right) to identify vegetation Oct. 4.

Students finding wetlands’ borders

Matt Churella, News Editor
October 10, 2018

Clubs’ fundraising becomes inventive

Alyssa Coleman, Opinions Editor
October 10, 2018

Reading series to offer apartheid view

Lucy Li, Copy Editor
October 10, 2018
(Left to right) Students Jordyn Ford, Kaila Yuazon and Muhammad Quraishy work on math problems at drop-in tutoring in the Academic Success Center last week.

Success center could save semester

Rachel Logan, Features Editor
October 2, 2018

Research projects explained tonight

Lucy Li, Copy Editor
October 2, 2018
Senior Erin Whyte and sophomores Muneer Al-Busaidi and Laken Burkhardt clear dehumidifiers and buckets from the studio theater before the fall play’s first rehaearsal.

Theater furniture is ruined by mold

Rachel Logan, Features Editor
September 26, 2018
Sophomore cummuter Jen Hilvko uses the commuter lounge’s microwave to warm speghetti from home.

Food is comfort, wherever it’s found

Lucy Li, Copy Editor
September 26, 2018

Training available to teach English

Lucy Li, Copy Editor
September 26, 2018
Sodexo Interim General Manager Hal McLaughlin isn’t 
certain how long he’ll stay at Pitt-Johnstown.

Sodexo manager position is in limbo

Lucy Li, Copy Editor
September 19, 2018
Health and Counseling Director Shelley Peruso explains counseling services at a Sept. 10 student government 
meeting.

More can be done for mental health

Alyssa Coleman, Opinions Editor
September 19, 2018

Co-ops make students industry-ready

Rachel Logan, Features Editor
September 12, 2018
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