Fostering Growth

Resident Directors work to maintain safety, health and create development on campus

Waynesburg University is home to 10 student dorms, five of which are underclassmen and the remaining being upperclassmen. Within those dorms, there are five Resident Directors overseeing activity and building connections with students. Lauren Bailey, Resident Director of South, East, West and Pollock, described her responsibilities as maintaining safety and comfort in the residences halls. … Continue reading

Campus

Education Department utilizes iPads

In an era surrounded by ever changing technology, colleges can struggle to keep up with advancements in order to best prepare their students. This can create a technology gap from college to real life, in turn reducing a student’s chances of employment. One department at Waynesburg University strives to make sure its students have the … Continue reading

Sports

Jackets to play 10 games in 5 days to start season

As the Waynesburg University baseball team prepares for its 2019 season, head coach Mike Humiston has high expectations for the team. “Our expectation for this year is to be in the top four teams in our conference which will put us in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Tournament,” said Humiston. “We have a numerous [amount] of … Continue reading

Arts & Life

SAB coffeehouses attract crowds of campus students

Every semester, students gather in the Beehive for the Student Activities Board run event coffee house. At this gathering, coffee is served along with other treats, while a musician of SAB’s choice performs. SAB hosts four coffee houses a semester with different artists at each one. Students can either stay, grab coffee and a ticket … Continue reading

Region

Greene County Sheriff dies at 35

Greene County Sheriff Brian Tennant died two days ago, Feb. 27, at age 35. Tennant was sworn into office for the first time in January 2014, and just recently began his second term. Early reports of Tennant’s death said he was battling a long illness and died while receiving treatment at UPMC Shadyside hospital in … Continue reading

Opinion

In the News: Five headlines you need to know this week

1. Robert Kraft video recorded with prostitutes in Floridian spa According to CNN, New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft is facing charges of soliciting prostitution as part of a large-scale sex trafficking crackdown in Florida that has led to hundreds of arrests, according to Florida police. The 77-year-old billionaire is among more than 100 people … Continue reading