General


Photo Essay - The place I call home

Mon, 01 May 2017

Photo Essay by Olivia Reivas Photo Journalism with Mary Weber  On the corner of Vineyard Avenue and Conata Street, hidden in the hills of Duarte, lies a blue stucco house where I have lived the past nineteen years.  I have explored all the parts of the town, from the serenity of nature up in the hills to the bustling life below.  The mornings consist of brown bears and their c...

View Article

More Than Just Cuts

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

By Vincent Henry Kloubec Though not a particularly busy night, Top Designers is filled with a flurry of activity on a Wednesday. Stylists circle customers seated in chairs, considering what to trim, color or dye next. Top Designers is much more than a hair salon located in the Buffalo Mall, and a full list of their services would fill pages. Julie Stahlecker has worked there since its inception...

View Article

Photo Essay - Student Life

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

Photo essay by Morgan Borland  Photo Journalism with Professor Mary Weber The University of Jamestown is known for its excellence and success in the past. Founded in 1883, the university is a private, liberal art school. The university of Jamestown offers a variety of majors and minors you can choose from. They also offer many sports teams within the college. I would say that there are...

View Article

Phot0 Essay - Italy

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

Photo essay by Alexis Young Photo Journalism with Professor Mary Weber In the fall of 2016, the University of Jamestown leased an apartment building in Cagli, Italy. Their hope, to start a new study abroad program for their students to attend later that May and in the years to come. Over spring break, the university sent three professors and three students, along with the Dean of Academics,...

View Article

Welcome to Prentice

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

Photo essay by Echo Locken Photo Journalism with Professor Mary Weber Prentice Hall is a suite style, upperclassmen dorm built in 1994. It is the newest dorm on campus. The building itself houses a maximum of 152 students. Considering that this building is the most recently built dorm, holds less than 200 students, and is home to some of the oldest and most experienced students on campus, on...

View Article

UJ Students Offering Free Tax Preparation

Thu, 04 Feb 2016

University of Jamestown accounting students are again offering the IRS-sponsored Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program for low-income and elderly taxpayers for free. There are also volunteers who are trained to prepare tax returns for international students and handle any tax treaties that may benefit these students. The students will prepare and electronically file federal and stat...

View Article

Welcome to North Dakota! The Discoveries of a Warm Weather Emigrant

Thu, 03 Dec 2015

By Sarah Porter, Staff Writer I knew North Dakota would be cold, and I knew I would have to buy a real coat and wouldn’t be able to strut outside in sandals everyday. I knew I would need gloves, and I knew I wouldn’t see the sun nearly as often as I did back home in California. However, I never would have thought that chocolate candy bars would freeze in Karla’s car. My sen...

View Article