Juniata Student's Movie Screening at Clifton 5
(Posted December 2, 2017)
Huntingdon, Pa. – Juniata College senior Matthew Gaynor wrote and directed a full-length film, “A Small, Unimportant, and Beautiful Life or: (The Explanation of an Unexplained Journey Through the Multiverse)” in 2016. The film, which discusses the impact of quantum mechanics on religion, spirituality and love, will be screened for the first time at the Clifton 5 Cinema, in downtown Huntingdon, on Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. The screening is open to the public, and tickets are available at the door for $3.
Local High School Students To Have Art Exhibited in German Campus Week Exhibition
(Posted December 1, 2017)
Huntingdon, Pa. – On Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, Juniata College will host an exhibition of local high school students’ artwork alongside artwork from the campus community in the College’s newest facility, Kepple Hall. The art being displayed includes entries into the German Campus Week photo contest.
Juniata College Professor, Program Earn Global Engagement Initiative Award
(Posted November 15, 2017)
Huntingdon, Pa. – Juniata College has been awarded the Global Engagement Initiative Award for their Spanish and Service Learning in Guatemala immersion program from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). The creator of the immersion program, Henry Thurston-Griswold, professor of Spanish at Juniata, will accept the award on behalf of Juniata College on Friday, Nov. 17 at ACTFL’s Annual Convention & World Languages Expo in Nashville, Tenn.
Juniata College Presents Rare Picasso Collection
(Posted November 13, 2017)
Huntingdon, Pa. -- Beginning Nov. 16, the Juniata College Museum of Art will present a rare collection of Pablo Picasso’s lithographs titled, “Picasso’s Imaginary Portraits” as part of “Mining the Museum: A Student-Driven Project.” The exhibition will continue until Mar. 3, 2018. The Museum is free and open to the public.
Juniata In The News
Locating Picasso's Lost Lithos
Dec. 1, 2017
Students and professors collaborate at the Juniata College Museum of Art, bringing to life an exhibition of 29 original lithographs that Pablo Picasso created late in his life.Read More
Keeping Cybercrime Locked Up
Oct. 24, 2017
Juniata graduate Ron Schlecht ’00 combines double major of criminal justice and computer science into successful digital security business. Read the Article Here
Oct. 23, 2017
The "Inside-Out" program, which brings students and inmates together for classroom discussion within correctional facilities, began 20 years ago in Philadelphia. Juniata College is among the institutions that have participated. Read the Article Here
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