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Take a look inside temporarily abandoned buildings at Juniata, throwback to the last semester, and meet my friend Nikunj! – Rohan
Yo what’s up JC, brohan here! Here’s a fun one about my first Fourth of July weekend in the States. Explore Raystown Lake with me, learn how to make the best grilled cheese in the world (you’ll be proud of me mom), and finally get a glimpse of the fireworks show in Huntingdon. Also, thank you Rob for inviting me to your boat!
Check out episode 2 of Rohan’s Vlog! This week, Rohan Bandekar shares what a typical day at Juniata looks like, talks about his favorite traditions, and visits the cliffs for some cool drone footage.
Introducing our brand new student vlog, Summer Special w/Brohan!
8,000 miles away from home in the middle of a global pandemic, Rohan Bandekar is experiencing his first American summer…right here in Huntingdon! Check out episode 1 of Rohan’s vlog as he begins his summer in Huntingdon and experiences his first cheeseburger fresh off the grill.
One of the things that I knew I wanted to do coming to Juniata was to get involved with the theatre department. Looking back on my freshman year, I am so happy to say that I was able to accomplish that goal, and was lucky enough to perform in several shows, the most recent one being The Water Bearer.
This show was student written by Juniata seniors Cosimo Sciortino, Lana Boyd, and Peter Rankin. It brings the zodiac signs to life and follows the story of a young Aquarius on their journey to discover themselves. [HMP1] In The Water Bearer, I got to play Gemini, and I must say it is one of my favorite roles I have ever done. It was so much fun to explore the depth of the character and interact with all the different zodiac signs throughout the show. Our seniors did an absolutely incredible job writing this show and directing us through it. It was a really unique experience to be part of a brand-new play that had never before been performed. It allowed us so much freedom and creativity, and it was an experience I will never forget.(more…)