Colin Rhodes

Waynesburg Football falls to Saint Vincent after strong start

Quarterback Trevor Miller makes first collegiate start

By: Colin Rhodes For The Yellow Jacket Third string quarterback Trevor Miller made his first collegiate start for the Waynesburg Yellow Jacket football team against the Saint Vincent Bearcats on Saturday, Oct. 23. This comes after sophomore quarterback Josh Gibbons quit the team after a tough performance against the Westminster Titans the previous week. Miller … Continue reading

Yellow Jackets Football falls short to Grove City on Homecoming weekend (From 10-2-21)

Quarterback Raines leaves game with injury

Colin C. Rhodes For The Yellow Jacket Homecoming is a special time for any school. It’s when alumni from previous classes come together to reminisce about their time as students, and when a new king and queen are crowned at halftime of the football game.  Unfortunately for Waynesburg, that crowning was the brightest spot of the … Continue reading

Waynesburg student aids in Ida clean-up efforts

At Waynesburg University, service is a big part of what students do in their time at the school. Early in the curriculum, it’s through what’s known as “Fiat Lux,” which is a course that freshmen go through to fulfill part of their service requirements. However, students are encouraged to do more in the community and … Continue reading

Too young to remember

Sept. 11, 2001. A woman drives down a Pennsylvania road to get to a Bible study at a friend’s church. Her baby boy, who turns one in just a few days, sleeps in the backseat of the car. She can’t believe it’s been almost a year since he came into this world. She arrives at … Continue reading

Transferring From Community College

Community colleges have gained a lot of attention recently. They’re a cheaper alternative to a typical four-year school, allowing students to graduate with little to no debt after college. According to the Community College Research Center, 8.2 million undergraduate students enrolled in public two-year schools in 2018-19, and I was one of them. Community colleges … Continue reading