Waynesburg University Twitter has a collection of parody accounts that students, and even staff, interact with on a normal basis. John F. Wiley Underwater, the Joel Zellem Fan Account and the Jared Wiker Burner are just a few examples of spoof accounts that have drawn attention in the Waynesburg virtual community. However, the debate on … Continue reading
Executive Editor Andrew Hreha works continuously to bring the newspaper to a new digital dimension
The Yellow Jacket could be coming to the App Store in the near future. Executive Editor of The Yellow Jacket, Andrew Hreha, started working on the Yellow Jacket App over winter break last year. Hreha had some previous experience making websites, but making an app was a whole new level of expertise. “I am very … Continue reading
Who's Hot and Who's Cold this week?
Start Them Taysom Hill, QB/TE, New Orleans Saints It’s Taysom time in New Orleans. Hill will be the starting quarterback for the Saints this week. The catch is that, according to ESPN, he is eligible to start as a tight end in most leagues. That means you can essentially start two quarterbacks this week. The … Continue reading
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
“Compared to last year, it [unemployment] is a lot higher. But it’s better than I thought it would be for the pandemic, for our county,” Terri Cooley-Taylor, Site Administrator of Greene County’s PA CareerLink, said. Over the last six months, the unemployment rates in Greene County have increased exponentially reaching heights greater than those recorded … Continue reading
Election Day 2020 has finally arrived. After over a year of anticipation, voters will have a final opportunity to cast their vote to determine the President of the United States for the next four years. This election is unlike any other in our nation’s history. The COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed the talking points … Continue reading