Andrew Hreha

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

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

North and South Carolina are now officially on Hurricane Dorian watch after the storm has already made its way through the Bahamas and briefly brushed Florida. Dorian hit the Carolina’s Thursday as thousands of residents were asked to evacuate. North Carolina is not new to dealing with storms. The state’s Climate Office says that it … Continue reading

Men’s cross country turns in strong showing at Bethany

The Waynesburg University men’s cross country team traveled to Bethany, West Virginia this past weekend to take part in the Bethany Invitational. The Jackets finished sixth out of 22 schools, edging out Presidents’ Athletic Conference foes Washington & Jefferson College,who won the conference last year and Grove City College who finished in second place in … Continue reading

Waynesburg hosts Dr. Tim Clydesdale for Speaker Series

The Glenn A. and Jane L. Crosby Lecture Series began the 2019 fall semester on Sept. 5 with Dr. Tim Clydesdale visiting  Waynesburg University. Clydesdale, vice provost, dean of graduate studies, and professor of sociology at the College of New Jersey, led a lecture titled ““Holy Grit! Why Waynesburg needs Purposeful Graduates.” The title and … Continue reading

Julian Assange is a hero, not a villian

One issue that divides Americans is how much information is good and how much is dangerous.  This is what leads so many individuals to believe Julian Assange is an evil person. They see the loss and endangerment of lives as a result of him making information available. In reality, these same lives are put at … Continue reading

Voting held for SAB leaders

With many events still to be held this school year, Student Activities Board members recently made major decisions, including voting for president and vice president during their elections meeting March 28. Next year’s president will be junior nursing major Annalise Cardish. Cardish’s goal as president is to work more with organizations and students within the … Continue reading

Phishing scams infest student email accounts

“Watch this before Saturday.” Many were perplexed by this message or a similar one in their student email inboxes. For some, the email appeared to come from a close friend. For others, the message appeared to come from a complete stranger. William Dumire, vice president for Information Technology Services and chief information officer, identified the … Continue reading

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