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More aid announced

Lucy Li, Features Editor

March 6, 2019

Federal Pell Grant recipients across five Pitt campuses may be eligible for the Pitt Success Pell Match Program, which was launched Feb. 22, to begin Fall 2019. Communications and Public Relations Director Eric Sloss said he...

Pitt Day of Giving

March 6, 2019

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Senior John Knox walks past freshman dorms Feb. 22 on his way to Willow Hall.  Weather conditions are getting better after several people reported falling on icy sidewalks last week.

Ice creates more challenges

February 27, 2019

Donors sought to celebrate Feb. 28

Alyssa Coleman, News Editor

February 27, 2019

Pitt-Johnstown students, faculty and staff are participating in Pitt Day of Giving for the third year in a row. According to Alumni Relations and Annual Giving Coordinator Kristin Sewak, the purpose of Pitt Day of Giving is...

About 50 students attended a Feb. 11 student government meeting in the Student Union’s Cambria Room. Emergency allocation guidleines were amended during the meeting, despite concerns from those in attendance.

Dissent aired on new rules

February 20, 2019

Second track: helps or holds back?

Lucy Li, Features Editor

February 20, 2019

Everyone deserves a second chance; unless, apparently, you’re a Pitt-Johnstown international student. According to the Pitt-Johnstown website, which was updated in late January, all incoming international students who were...

Security part of smaller numbers

Lucy Li, Features Editor

February 20, 2019

Dorms are supposed to be safe; however, there could a safety issue in Pitt-Johnstown dorms. A sexual assault case was reported Jan. 28 by Pitt-Johnstown police. The report alleged that a female student was sexually assaulted...

New student government senators Ryan Clark (left), Kyle Quartes Jr. (center) and Brant Durham (right) get sworn in during a Feb. 4 meeting.

Two pairs are on the ballot

February 13, 2019

Police investigating sexual assault

Alyssa Coleman, News Editor

February 13, 2019

Finance and Administration Vice President Amy Buxbaum said Friday there is an ongoing investigation of a sexual assault last month on campus. According to a report by campus police, a female student reported Jan. 28 being sexually...

Emergency fund rules may tighten

Rachel Logan, Copy Editor

February 13, 2019

In September, the student government’s emergency allocation funds pool was $20,000. In January, it was about $10,000, and now, two weeks into February, it’s just $3,600.  Senators were working last week on being more selec...

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