Emma Herrle

Bonner program prepares to select incoming students

Admitted students day this weekend occured Saturday, Feb. 22. It had campus a buzz with potential freshman becoming acquainted with campus life and competing for scholarships.  One of these scholarships, the Bonner Scholarship, brought in 35 applicants Saturday to interview for a chance to receive one of 15 spots. “This weekend provides such an exciting … Continue reading

WU Go Girl invites speakers for tomorrow’s event

A popular campus event of the past several years is making a bigger and better comeback. WU Go Girl is an event sponsored by Residence Life taking place Wednesday, Feb. 19 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the third floor of Stover. Last year, approximately 50-75 women attended the program.  “It has historically been … Continue reading

Cookies take over E. High Street

Your Rookie Cookie focuses on its customers and faith

Turns out Leigh Ann Shaner, owner of Your Cookie Rookie, is no rookie. Her business may be new to Waynesburg and Franklin Township, but it is a business she and her husband Andy Shaner have dabbled with for a decade.  In October 2019, they relocated to 1604 E. High St., directly behind the American Judo … Continue reading

Four Vira I. Heinz scholars selected to receive funding

“If you had a choice to go anywhere in the world where would it be? We are going to help you, and we will give you $5,000 to make that dream come true,” said Pat Bristor, coordinator of the Vira I. Heinz Women in Global Leadership Scholarship program at Waynesburg University. Four female sophomores, Rachel Pellegrino, Ciera Fitts, … Continue reading

Digital marketing class to be offered through PA CareerLink

A local educational opportunity from a practicing professional is available to those who wish to attend Soup’s Marketing’s Digital Marketing Essentials Seminar Series. Coordinating with PA CareerLink in Greene County, Petrina Supler, founder of Soup’s Marketing, will be hosting her event at the PA CareerLink office located in the Greene Plaza.  Supler stresses the value … Continue reading

Spring is here?

Warming temperatures Monday show Punxsutawney Phil might be right

While temperatures were soaring in the mid-fifties in Waynesburg on Sunday, winter winds and a generous layer of snow coated the weather capital of the world as a record breaking crowd gathered to witness in anticipation the prediction of the year. Just after 7:25 a.m., Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his stump at Gobbler’s Knob with … Continue reading

Student Senate to host Student Speak on environmental issues

The Student Senate Beautification Committee calls on students to gear their minds toward positive change for the future of Waynesburg University’s campus and community. They will be hosting a Student Speak on the third floor of Stover Friday, Jan. 24 at noon.  “Student Speaks are one of the best ways to get students talking about … Continue reading

Students to serve on trips over break

Faith, service and learning opportunities do not come to a halt when students leave Waynesburg University’s campus for winter break. Two service trips will be offered this January, before spring semester classes begin, to provide students a unique opportunity to serve communities overseas. The first, a trip to Bonaire, affiliated with the Department of Communication. … Continue reading

Local band “Soldiers and Sons” coming to Coffeehouse

Coffeehouse tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the BeeHive will provide students with an opportunity to sit down, socialize and caffeinate as the semester reaches its climax. Taking the stage in the BeeHive for the third time will be local band, Soldiers and Sons. They will be providing live music and entertainment while students sit back … Continue reading