Andrew Hreha

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

Sheriff’s office, community adapts after loss

Brian Tennant, Greene County sheriff, died Feb. 27 after a long battle with brain cancer. Just just 35 years old, Tennant left behind a legacy of service to his family and the Waynesburg area that residents and coworkers have felt the effects of. One of the many that have been affected by the loss of … Continue reading

Groups prepare to travel, serve for spring break

For many college students, spring break means vacation, trips to the beach and sunshine. For others, spring break is simply a time to spend back home with family, away from the busy noise of the school week. However, members of sports teams and other groups at Waynesburg University who will be using spring break as … Continue reading

Positivity more purposeful than fame

Why are you here? What is your purpose? This is a question that was posed to me last week during a discussion. More specifically, this is a question that has been posed to me more times than I have cared to keep track of. If this question is new to you, then you’ve simply been … Continue reading

Pittsburgh votes for controversial gun restrictions

Last Tuesday, Pittsburgh city lawmakers passed three pieces of legislation that restrict gun ownership in the city. The legislation has caused feuding among city officials, as Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala called out Mayor Bill Peduto and others for legislation Zappala claims is “unconstitutional.” In a letter issued to Pittsburgh City Councilman Corey … Continue reading

SAB hosts ‘Back to the 80’s’-themed dance

The Waynesburg University Student Activities Board, in a never-ending search for new, creative ideas to get students out of the dorms and interacting with one and other looked to the past last weekend. SAB hosted its first 1980s themed dance in the Beehive this past Saturday. Senior nursing major Julie Sipes,  credited the dance to … Continue reading

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