Emma Herrle

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

Turkey Trot is a reliable fundraiser for Bowlby Library

To prepare the body for Thanksgiving dinner and the coming holiday season, the Eva K. Bowlby Library is holding its annual 5k Turkey Trot in Waynesburg Nov. 23. This is an event that draws participants of all ages. “We were looking for a fundraiser that would fulfill the library’s mission. We wanted something that would … Continue reading

Students discuss artificial intelligence

“They said multiple times that the robot will never replace the nurse, but who are they replacing,” said Inni Ngijoi-Yogo, a junior biology pre-med major and president of Waynesburg’s American Medical Student Association chapter. Students met to discuss the impact that artificial intelligence will have on the medical field Monday, Nov. 18. The event, held … Continue reading

WU staff prepare for Day of Giving

Waynesburg University calls upon alumni, friends, families and community partners to show their support in the annual Day of Giving, Thursday, Nov. 14. There will be a 24-hour period open this day for pledges of ten dollars or more made to a department or campus program of the donor’s choice. The Day of Giving is … Continue reading

Pumpkinfest to jumpstart fall season

The Waynesburg University Student Activities Board will be holding an upcoming event with “all the pumpkins your heart could desire,” said Annalise Cardish, senior nursing major and president of the Student Activities Board.  “Pumpkinfest” will be held Oct. 28 in Stover 301, 302 and 303. This event is free and all students at the university … Continue reading

Bowlby Library to host ‘Haunted Mansion Tour’ Oct. 26

“Back in its heyday, the library was called a mansion when the Bowlby’s first moved in and called it home,” said Cathy Douglas, public relations practitioner for the Eva K. Bowlby Library in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. The library will be hosting a Haunted Mansion Tour Oct. 26 beginning at 6:30 p.m. with professional storyteller Alan Irvine … Continue reading