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Ethnic Food Fair returns to campus

  The Ethnic Food Fair has become a traditional event at Waynesburg University. The third floor of the Stover Campus Center is always filled with students at the event, lined up to fill their plates with food from different countries and ethnicities. Hannah Kalemon, freshman nursing major, said this semester’s Ethnic Food Fair was the … Continue reading

Yearly recreation grant available to municipalities

For the last six years, the Greene County Department of Recreation has offered yearly grants for municipalities to update or create areas of recreation for youth in the county. In a document explaining the grant and the criteria for attaining one, officials in the department stated they believe the recreational areas improved by this grant … Continue reading

Find inspiration through creativity

There are many creative people in my family, and their family before them. Many of my relatives on my mom’s side of the family are writers and musicians. On my dad’s side, are screenwriters and teachers. There are many people who inspire and influence me creatively, but one stands out: my grandmother on my mother’s … Continue reading

Lecture series hosting Rich Condon

Since last year, the Greene County Historical Society has held a lecture series titled, “A Drop of History,” for people in and around the community. Since their first lecture in the series in April of last year, attendance has grown for the monthly events. Their next lecture in the series is at 7 p.m. on … Continue reading

Center for Coalfield Justice advocates for action in D.C.

For the past few months, actor and activist, Jane Fonda, has organized Fire Drill Friday rallies each week in front of the White House in order to advocate for action against climate change, with the final one taking place earlier this month. At their Jan. 3 meeting, team members of the Center for Coalfield Justice … Continue reading

REAL ID regulations to be enforced next year

This year’s holiday travels may not be different compared to past years for most people, but next year could be an entirely different Christmas story. The REAL ID Act, passed by the U.S. congress back in 2005, has an enforcement deadline of Oct. 1, 2020, which is approaching. According to the requirements of the act, … Continue reading

Focus 2 Career program to assist in student choices

It is not always easy to discover what career path is best to follow for each individual, especially for college-age students. The newly created Pathways Center at Waynesburg University, however, recently started utilizing a program to assist students in finding their vocation. Focus 2 Career is a program consisting of several assessments and tools students … Continue reading

Dream jobs are not unrealistic feats

I can’t say I have a lot of work experience. I’ve held different full-time jobs for the past four summers and a part-time job before that, but compared to almost anyone with more life experience than I, that’s nothing. However, I have come to understand facts about the workplace and myself through the experiences I … Continue reading

Redefining standards of objectivity

Most people who keep track of current news understand that articles are never truly objective by the contemporary understanding of the word. Keeping the content of an article factual and without opinion is only a small aspect of this understanding of objectivity. Even if a story doesn’t have the writer’s opinion represented in it, the … Continue reading

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