‘WU’s Voice’ is taking the stage

September means that Waynesburg University’s very own version of NBC’s “The Voice,” known as “WU’s Voice”, will be taking the stage of the Goodwin Performing Arts Center . Show dates will be Sept. 20, 27 and Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. in the GPAC. “It’s an opportunity to be able to encourage your fellow classmates … Continue reading

Campus

Cast prepares for ‘A Farce of Nature’ after auditions

The fall play, “A Farce of Nature,” is already getting started at Waynesburg University. Auditions took place last Wednesday and Thursday evening in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center, where Director Edward L. Powers observed his potential cast members as they read various scenes and displayed their acting abilities. “A Farce of Nature,” a comedy set … Continue reading

Sports

Soccer drops second straight at home

The Waynesburg University men’s soccer team suffered yet another late loss Saturday against Mount Aloysius.  After losing a tough 1-0 contest to Muskingum Wednesday night, Waynesburg had the 1-0 lead going into halftime Saturday on a goal scored by Nate Kummer off an assist from Daniel Hott.  The Jacket defense was under a lot of … Continue reading

Arts & Life

Mission trip to Guatemala serves kids

With summer quickly approaching, some students prepare for internships, work and relaxation back in their home towns.  However, Pat Bristor, associate dean of students, and Ryan Smith, assistant director of student activities and 16 students will be traveling internationally. They will head to Guatemala, Central America, where Waynesburg faculty and students have attended since 2002. … Continue reading

Region

Greene County to celebrate 49th Annual Covered Bridge Festival

“It’s not much different, we are just the smaller countryside bridges, compared to the steel bridges of Pittsburgh.” While Greene County is just a short distance from Pittsburgh, PA, the bridges are a little different, according to Joanne Marshall, director of the Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency. Marshall explained that this unique difference is the … Continue reading

Opinion

Climate change is too dire for politics

It’s predicted that the Great Barrier Reef will die completely in our lifetime.  Our children will never experience its magical beauty. We have ruined that beloved ecosystem. Let that sink in. Melting ice caps are forcing starving polar bears to look for food on terrestrial land. Ice is melting earlier in the spring and forming … Continue reading