Antonio Pelullo

Ethnic Food Fair offers chance to learn

The Ethnic Food Fair was held Nov. 6 on the third floor of Stover. The different kinds of foods ra n ged f ro m R u s s i a n borscht to Chinese dumplings. From beginning to end the room was packed with students, faculty and staff to get a taste of culture … Continue reading

Wrestling takes down Black & Orange Wrestle Offs

The Waynesburg University wrestling team’s season started last weekend with the Orange/Black wrestle-offs. In the annual inter-squad battle, the black team emerged victorious 19-9. This year the Yellow Jackets are filled with the veteran wrestlers like senior Jake Evans, the returning Division III National Champion at 285-pounds, junior 197-pounder Ken Burrs, who also competed in … Continue reading

Financial Aid Office wants to keep students informed

The first thing Matt Stokan, director of financial aid, wants students to know is that the financial aid office is there to help students. Oct. 1 was the sign up day for financial aid for the 2019-20 school year.  “We are here to help students and you would be surprised with the amount of students … Continue reading

University reacts to Kavanaugh

Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed as the 114th U.S. Supreme Court justice after several weeks of debate over a sexual assault claim from more than 30 years ago. The claim came from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her during a high school party. Dr. Richard Waddel, professor of political science, … Continue reading

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