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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

Clery Act data shows small schools experience less crime

After every nationally reported violent incident on campuses across the United States, such as the recent University of North Carolina Charlotte shooting in April, where two students were killed and others injured, along with the rise of the #MeToo movement, there is an increased concern for safety on college campuses. Parents want to be sure … Continue reading

WU Voice finale crowns champion

  Students across campus gathered in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center 8 p.m. Friday to watch the finale of this year’s WU’s Voice competition. The final seven singers each put on a unique performance to wow the audience. Although there were many talented competitors, some returning to the competition and some new to it, only … Continue reading

Music program to host Chamber Works on Oct. 3

This semester’s first Chamber Works concert, hosted by the music program, will take place in the Marsh Center underneath Roberts Chapel Oct. 3 at noon to preface Homecoming weekend. Hors d’oeuvres will be available to eat while listening to the performances of the concert. Chamber Works concerts follow a trend practiced as far back as … Continue reading

Take the time to connect with family

Until recently, my permanent address was the same as my parents’, as well as my sister’s and brother’s. Despite the fact that I spent more time at college than home, after my 18th birthday, I still considered my home to be where I felt the most comfortable, and I enjoyed coming back on breaks and … Continue reading

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