William Kofmehl builds art program at Geneva

William Kofmehl builds art program at Geneva

Professional artist William Kofmehl III has had an extensive career teaching at universities scattered throughout Pittsburgh and internationally, such as at Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art in France. But last...
Geneva 2016-17 budget announced

Geneva 2016-17 budget announced

Interim President Bill Edgar announced to an all-campus faculty and staff meeting Monday afternoon the official 2016-17 budget, which includes some changes from past years in order to balance Geneva’s...
Cultures Collide in Skye

Cultures Collide in Skye

Geneva opened its door to the community last Friday, April 22, when cultures collided in Skye Lounge. Offering cultural foods and presenting speakers from various walks of life, the community came...
The SOMA Gathering changes locations

The SOMA Gathering changes locations

After over 100 years of serving Beaver Falls, First Christian Church has closed down and gifted the church building to local Beaver Falls church the SOMA Gathering. “[First Christian Church]...

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Living with Anxiety

Living with Anxiety

By LYDIA WARGO Every day, I walk through a world filled with people who don’t know what living with an anxiety disorder is like. Every day, someone around me says...
The nonexistent millennial vote

The nonexistent millennial vote

Why aren’t we voting?  We are the up-and-coming generation, ready to make a difference in the world when we graduate from college, yet we’ve either become fed up with our...
Out-of-control feminism

Out-of-control feminism

Feminism means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It used to mean that women should be valued — in the home and in the workplace...
A visit from The Donald

A visit from The Donald

A COLLABORATIVE ARTICLE BY ANDREW BUTTERWORTH, JEREMY SCHNEIDER AND WESLEY THOMPSON RESPONDING TO DONALD TRUMP‘S RECENT VISIT TO PITTSBURGH This journey began with a text, as many mindless decisions usually...
A world without backspaces

A world without backspaces

I just turned in my first typewritten paper. I don’t mean composed in Microsoft Word, I mean 24 pages punched out on a Smith-Corona manual typewriter. I must have been...
Missions: Are we missing the point?

Missions: Are we missing the point?

Back in 2009, I strutted my high school hallways wearing TOMS shoes and carrying my books in a FEED Projects burlap sack. I was all about that humanitarian look. That...