Colin McLaughlin

Volleyball avenges early season loss with comeback win

Jackets claw back from two sets down to top Pitt-Greensburg

At the beginning of this season, the Waynesburg University volleyball team lost in straight sets to Pitt Greensburg.  Waynesburg had its chance for revenge Tuesday night, but trailed 2 sets to 0. The team came back to pull out a 3-2 win that took all five sets.  “My thoughts in the first set were not … Continue reading

Latin American group, ‘Camerata 33,’ performs at university

Waynesburg University’s Fine Arts Department hosted the grand premiere of Latin-American chamber music ensemble Camerata 33. Hosted in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center for the Performing Arts Series, the performance was the group’s premiere. “It is our debut night as an ensemble,” said Alejandro Pinzon, co-founder of Camerata 33. “We all have our own personal … Continue reading

Volleyball fends off La Roche for first win of 2019

Jackets salvage victory in last game before conference opener

First home game, first victory. That’s was the story Wednesday night for the Waynesburg University volleyball team. The Yellow Jackets came back  from 13-10 to win the fifth and deciding set, , 15-10, sealing the match victory three sets to two against La Roche. “I knew we could do it the whole time,” head coach … Continue reading

Women’s soccer loses tough, 1-0 game to Marietta

The Waynesburg University women’s soccer team lost its third straight non-conference game this past Saturday to Marietta College, 1-0. All three of Waynesburg’s losses have been by 1 goal. Head coach Laura Heethuis, said the defense did it’s job to an extent. “I thought defensively we did ok,” Heethuis said. “There were a couple of … Continue reading

‘WU’s Line Is It Anyway’ to host performance

Waynesburg University’s spin-off of the show “Whose Line is it Anyway,” WU’s Line, will take place this Thursday, April 11 in the  Goodwin Performing Arts Center. The doors will open at 9:15 p.m. and the show will start 15 minutes later. Tickets are $1. This year, the show is directed by junior history major Tre’ Thomas, … Continue reading

Track & field challenge ‘largest’ competitive field

The Waynesburg University men and women’s outdoor track & field teams competed at the Bethany College Invitational last Saturday. There was a total of 14 teams competing, with some of the teams being Division II schools and the rest representing the NAIA. “It was probably the largest competitive field so far this season in outdoor,” … Continue reading

Stover lecture features chief judge of U.S. Court of Appeals

The Stover Constitutional Lecture took place April 4 at 7 p.m. inside Alumni Hall. The Honorable D. Brooks Smith, chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, spoke to attendees about the importance of upholding and protecting the rule of law, exploring its history and sociopolitical implications. “Chief Judge Smith will … Continue reading

First recipient of new Founders Scholarship chosen

Waynesburg University has created a scholarship for high school students to apply for which covers all tuition and fees. The Founders Scholarship is awarded to three students from Pennsylvania and is also considered to be a competitive scholarship along with the Bonner and Stover scholarships according to Dr. Shari Payne, vice president for enrollment. “This … Continue reading

Recent Photographs