The Juniatian is the Juniata College student newspaper from 1924 to the present. It was preceded by The Echo (1890-1924).
Find the most recent content at Juniatian.org.
For issues by Academic year, visit the College Newspaper Archive.
Juniatians by Decade
|Fall 1940 - Spring 1949||Fall 1949 - Spring 1959||Fall 1959 - Spring 1969|
|Fall 1979 - Spring 1989||Fall 1989 - Spring 1999||Fall 1999 - Spring 2009||Fall 2009 - Spring 2016|
The Juniata Echo (1890-1924) was the campus newspaper for the Normal College of Huntingdon, PA. The Normal College would be renamed Juniata College in 1894.
Echos by decade for issues by year visit the College Newspaper Archive.
|1890 - 1899||1900 - 1909||1910 - 1919|
The Advance (1883-1890) was the first campus newspaper for the Normal College of Huntingdon, PA.
|1883 - 1890|
Is the official magazine of Juniata College and is distributed to College alumni, parents, and friends. The magazine was preceded by the Juniata College Bulletin (1904 - 1999).
For the most recent issues of the Juniata Magazine visit the official Juniata Magazine webpage.
For the Spring/Summer 2008 to Spring 2020 issues visit Juniata College's Issuu.
|Fall 1999 to Winter 2007 & 2008|
First established in January 1904, The Juniata College Bulletin was a quarterly publication. Its contents included the annual reports of the president and treasurer, the college catalog and faculty-authored articles on various academic topics.
As explained in the October 1905 issue:
"The bulletin was begun as a definite and dignified means by which to present information about the college and its work to the public, and it is the purpose to make the different members expressive of the varied interest and activities of the institution."
In May 1936, The Juniata College Bulletin became the The Alumni Bulletin, for an unknown amount of time before reverting to The Juniata College Bulletin until 1999 when it was renamed The Juniata Magazine.