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Callie Cassick, Editor-in-Chief

  • Graduated High School: 2018, Bishop McCort Catholic High School (Johnstown)
  • Year: Senior
  • Anticipated Graduation Date: April 2022
  • Major: Journalism
  • Minor: Spanish
  • Years with The Advocate: Four Years
  • Progression: Staff Writer, Opinion Editor, News Editor, Editor-In-Chief
  • Prefers: News, Features
  • Accomplishments: 2019 Journalism Award, Editor of the Year Mountain Cat Award, 2020 Journalism Award, 2020 John Fiske McHugh Memorial Award, 2020 Walter W. Krebs Award, Humanities Faculty Scholarship
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Having the right perspective

Having the right perspective

Callie Cassick, Editor in Chief
September 23, 2021
Owen Library closed due to water leak

Owen Library closed due to water leak

Callie Burgan, Editor-in-Chief
February 6, 2021
Student organization members attended a budgeting process meeting Jan. 26.

Club budgets to go online

Callie Burgan, News Editor
February 5, 2020
Campus Ministry members Mary Kromka, Hannah LaBar and Eileen Schmidt  (left to right) participated in the March for Life.

Some from Pitt-Johnstown march

Callie Burgan, News Editor
January 29, 2020
Student Government President Devin Seiger (left) and Vice President Tessa Fry (right) attend a Jan. 20 student government meeting.

Too few want to represent

Callie Burgan, News Editor
January 29, 2020
Peer tutors had a training day to prepare for the spring 2019 academic semester. Starting spring 2020, tutors will gain an opportunity to attend a training workshop series for a pay increase.

Tutor pay hike is approved

Callie Burgan, News Editor
January 22, 2020
Dont exclude commuters

Don’t exclude commuters

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor
November 6, 2019
Guests enhance education

Guests enhance education

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor
October 30, 2019
Differences make us better

Differences make us better

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor
October 16, 2019
Grades better, even athletes’

Grades better, even athletes’

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor
October 10, 2019
State Sen. Wayne Langerholc gave a lecture to professor William Kory’s Political Geography class.

Teachers develop engaging techniques

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor
October 10, 2019
Low enrollment is a challenge

Low enrollment is a challenge

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor
October 2, 2019
Be ready, confusion coming

Be ready, confusion coming

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
September 25, 2019

King, Queen nominations due Sunday

Callie Burgan, Opinion Editor
September 10, 2019

New chemical building is in bloom

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
April 2, 2019

IUPattys is growing

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
February 27, 2019
The Daily Grind employee Diane Venet said daytime staff member Debbie Casteel put Valentine’s Day stickers about three weeks ago on the food stop’s shpwcase glass.

Sweethearts’ plans differ over years

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
February 13, 2019
The Library of Things collection is growing, according to Highland Community Library staff Devin Malcolm, who said he helps most with toddlers.

Librarians set flower handouts, films

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
February 6, 2019

Icy leap to benefit local nonprofits

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
January 23, 2019

Symphony to offer night at the movies

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
January 23, 2019
Junior Mikayla Hagerty is preparing for the state Miss Agriculture competition after winning the title for Somerset County. | Photo courtesy of Mikayla Hagerty

County queen is agriculture promoter

Callie Burgan, Opinions Editor
January 16, 2019

History interns praise the experience

Callie Burgan, Contributing Writer
November 7, 2018

Library offers movies, graphic novels

Callie Burgan, Contributing Writer
October 24, 2018
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