“Won’t You Help Your Neighbor” Campaign

Alone, stranded, isolated and in solitude—these are what students in quarantine on-campus might be experiencing due to COVID-19 protocols, according to the “Won’t You Help Your Neighbor” campaign. Led by campaign director Adrian Barnhart, this campaign’s goal is to ease those feelings of loneliness. Students can either be quarantined for a week or a month, … Continue reading


COLUMN: March Madness Sports Staff Picks

Who we have winning each region and who cuts down the net.

“This is March.” The big dance is back and I couldn’t be happier about it. It doesn’t matter how you fill out your bracket,  what your method is, whether you know the teams very well or you’re one of those people who pick the better mascot of the two teams. Before I tell you how … Continue reading

Arts & Life

Parody accounts have ‘some impact’ on university, according to admissions counselor

While students may enjoy parody accounts, the university must protect its image, especially with the growing presence of social media. Ashley Wise, director of university relations, said the university does not have an official stance on parody accounts. “Waynesburg University does not have an official stance on parody Twitter accounts,” Wise said. “But [we] would … Continue reading


Commissioners’ Meetings (3-17 & 3-18)

On Thursday March 18, the Greene County commissioners approved the declaration of National Library Week to be set for April 4-10. The commissioners presented certificates to different local library directors as appreciation for their service. Commissioner McClure thanked the local librarians for all of their work.  “We really appreciate our libraries that we have,” McClure … Continue reading


A poem on racial injustice in the U.S.

How can I mourn when everyone around me is laughing? How can I mourn when I am the only black person and everyone else is white surrounding me? How can they understand? I wanted to cry, but the room I was in was laughing. I wanted my tears to flow down my face for the … Continue reading