Voting by the Numbers

Candidate surprised by voter turnout, party leanings

Despite possessing more registered Democrats than registered Republicans, Greene County, once again, showed overwhelming support for Republican candidates in the 2018 Midterm Elections.  “People are still trying to figure out where things went wrong,” said James Craig, the Democratic candidate for State Senate, who lost Tuesday’s election to incumbent Republican Camera Bartolotta.  Craig said that … Continue reading


After Harvestfest, Senate prepares for future events

With Harvestfest behind us, it’s time for the student senate to prepare for activities they have coming up for the rest of the semester.  There were many activities taking place during Harvestfest this year, but the big highlight was the annual pumpkin bowling tournament put on by the campus radio station WCYJ-FM.  Tyler McCoy, student … Continue reading


Women’s cross country falls short of national qualification

After having a weekend off, the Waynesburg University women’s cross country team participated in the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional Championship at DeSales University for a chance to send runners to nationals. The Yellow Jackets placed 15th out of the 47 regional teams present. Freshmen runners Aubrey Wingeart and Gloria Reed were the top two … Continue reading

Arts & Life


Small portion of student body change majors through registrar's office

Something that students often hear, throughout their freshman year especially, is that someone has changed their major.  “Some students come in with this idea,” said Registrar Vicki Wilson. “They want to do it cause of a good paying job but it is more intense than they realize. Some pursue a major mom and dad picked … Continue reading


Extensive WPIAL statistics now online

Ken “Stats” Wunderley has always immersed himself in his work. He has covered WPIAL athletics in some capacity for the last 35 years, mostly known for his work in wrestling, but his latest project might be his greatest yet. “You have to be dedicated and little bit crazy to do something like this,” Wunderley said. … Continue reading