Edward Boice

Edward Boice is a journalism major and a public relations minor. An inspiring music journalist, Boice is an intern with Rapzilla.com and a news release writer for indie artists. When he is not slaving over content, board and card games will hit the table while Christian Hip-Hop and Metalcore bump from speakers.

Senior Spotlights: McClellan preparing for ministry after graduation

One of Kevin McClellan’s favorite memories at Waynesburg University is a unique one: him cramping up.  “There’s always something holding back an athlete, so either there’s an athlete who is constantly pulling their hamstring every year, they have back problems or something. With me, I’ve been a person that has to drink a certain amount … Continue reading

Senior Spotlight: Shafer overcame school difficulties, graduates with new purpose

Ashlee Shafer went from dropping out of high school to graduating from college and planning for graduate school. Shafer, senior psychology major, said she is grateful for her experience at Waynesburg University. “Thanks for making the last few years of my undergrad life wonderful,” Shafer said.  Shafer described herself as “a non-traditional student.” Due to … Continue reading

Guide to the weekend, March 13-15

According to the national weather service, it is supposed to rain this weekend. So that leaves two options: stay in the residence halls or go out to find indoor activities. To aid in choosing, here is a guide to three indoor activities this weekend.   1. The Pennsylvania Game Commission is organizing a Spring Hunter … Continue reading

Frying for funds

Fish fries provide Greene churches and fire departments will essential income

Every Friday between Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, churches and fire departments across Greene County host fish fries. These fries are fundraisers to provide a source of income for these organizations. According to people affiliated with St. Marcellus Church, Jefferson Volunteer Fire Department, Richhill Township Volunteer Fire Department and the St. Ann’s Knights of Columbus … Continue reading

Becoming the family chef

I like food. So, when it came down to deciding whether my wife or I would have the cooking duties, I volunteered myself.  It’s been about seven months since I became the family chef. I have learned new recipes, ruined some meals (I can never seem to get cornstarch to thicken my sauces) and have … Continue reading

Guide to the weekend, Feb. 21-23

Tired of the school work and teachers? Greene County offers a variety of events each week. No group of weekend events look similar.  To aid in finding a good event to relax with, here is a guide to three events happening this weekend.    1. Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser If you like spaghetti, head over to … Continue reading

In the news: Three notable headlines

1. Over 100 Soldiers diagnosed with brain injuries from Iranian strike Due to the missile strike Jan. 8 on the al Asad military base in Iraq, it was reported Feb. 10 that over 100 American soldiers suffered mild traumatic brain injuries, according to a U.S. official. Originally, the Pentagon reported at the end of January … Continue reading

Guide to the weekend, Feb. 14-16

With spring approaching, so are more events within Greene County. Add Valentine’s Day on top of that, and the opportunities keep growing. There are a bunch, so read about three highlight events happening this weekend.    1. ENVY Escape Room Eva K. Bowlby Library is hosting their first escape room Valentine’s Day. From 5-8 p.m. … Continue reading

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