By Brian Hunt
The following is a list of statistics of America's presidential elections, from the first election in 1789 to the election of 1896.
Most of the information regarding the popular vote count, number of candidates participating, and the percentage of the popular vote won come from these links...Read more →
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HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- Derrick Magnotta, a sophomore studying politics at Juniata College from Tafton, Pa., recently received a Finnegan Fellowship from the James A. Finnegan Foundation, which will offer Magnotta a paid, 10-week internship this summer at the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission.
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Magnotta attended the Governor's Luncheon in March at Gov. Tom Corbett's residence. Typically members of the governor's staff meet with each Finnegan Fellow to determine their interests.…
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HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- "Juniata Voices," an anthology of lectures, articles and presentations given by Juniata faculty and visiting speakers, has posted its 2010-2011 edition online.
The new "Juniata Voices" features lectures on the American chestnut tree by a Juniata environmental scientist, on Hollywood careers by a cinematographer, and on how a small country can affect the inner workings of the United Nations. Other lectures include talks on the financial health of colleges, on…
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HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- Jim McLay, New Zealand Ambassador and the nation's permanent representative to the United Nations, will receive an honorary degree from Juniata College and spend the week of Jan. 23 through Jan 27 as Juniata's first United Nations Visiting Scholar, an inaugural program that will…Read more →
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