Emma Herrle

Small local business reflects on half a century of success

With its trademark location and striped awning, Mickey’s Mens Store stands on the corner of N. Washington Street and E. High Street in Waynesburg. Within the walls of the roughly 3,000 square foot, two-story building is a family that has dedicated their lives to the business’ prosperity and history of serving the community for just … Continue reading

Golf tournament funds community impact projects

The Greene County United Way teed off their eighth annual golf tournament Sept. 6. This fundraising event took place at the Carmichael’s Golf Club with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. and went well into the afternoon.  All donations and funds raised from the event were directed to the United Way’s Community Impact Fund. This … Continue reading

Stover Scholars honor U.S. Constitution in upcoming play

It is a federal law that every institution receiving money, directly or indirectly, from the federal government must have an event to honor the constitution. Most institutions host a speaker, but Waynesburg University steps outside of the box. The annual Constitution Day Play, put on by students of the Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and … Continue reading

‘WU’s Voice’ is taking the stage

September means that Waynesburg University’s very own version of NBC’s “The Voice,” known as “WU’s Voice”, will be taking the stage of the Goodwin Performing Arts Center . Show dates will be Sept. 20, 27 and Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. in the GPAC. “It’s an opportunity to be able to encourage your fellow classmates … Continue reading

Art show to feature students’ drawings, sculptures

Student artwork featuring various media will be on display at the Student Art Show, opening the evening Monday, April 15. This is a two-week exhibit located in the gallery in the Fine Arts Center. It will showcase featured art from the variety of classes that were offered this past semester. “It’s a diverse collection, but … Continue reading

Student’s loyal faith ‘transformed’ by time at university

Rachel Friend defies common testimonial expectations, as coming to know the Lord didn’t require any tragic crisis or heart-wrenching moment of awakening. “A lot of people connect to people who’ve been through tragedies, but that’s just not my story,” Friend said. Friend, who divulged she isn’t necessarily fond of public speaking, shared her story in … Continue reading