Lachlan Loudon

Final preparations look different for each department

Waynesburg University is home to more than 70 academic concentrations.  As finals week is only days away, these various majors each require a different workload from this coming finals season, and thus unique study habits are being put into action.  Sophomore pre-medical major, Andrew Gordon, is a chemistry and anatomy tutor, and has the burden … Continue reading

‘The spirit of the season’

Fine Arts Department plans Christmas performances

The holidays are rapidly approaching, and the Fine Arts Department at Waynesburg University is taking advantage of the Christmas spirit. the department is hosting a series of Christmas concerts, including Tuba Christmas tomorrow, Dec. 6, and the Music Program’s Christmas Concert Saturday, Dec. 7. “For me, the spirit of the season speaks through the music,” … Continue reading

Waynesburg University and CMU partner to battle rural food insecurity

Carnegie Mellon University, located in the heart of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, recently started working with Waynesburg University on the foundation of a universal service accomplishment. Through the partnership, the two schools focus on conquering food insecurity in rural areas — more specifically, Greene County, Pennsylvania. “It’s the notion of looking at a large university that’s world … Continue reading

Jazz Ensemble concert hits the Marsh Center Nov. 12

It is the season of concerts and performances in the Fine Arts Department, and the Jazz Ensemble will bring the blues this Tuesday in the Marsh Center. Director of the Jazz Ensemble and instructor of music at Waynesburg University, Jeremy Olisar, is planning to tell a unique story with his music. With the help of … Continue reading

New WU staff member updates tutoring process

Waynesburg University’s newest faculty member, Alexa Baily, joins the effort for student support this year as the new Academic Events and Support Specialist. Her responsibilities include managing tutoring and helping plan academic events with academic affairs.  As the acting position, Baily said she looks to improve the tutoring services offered to students.  “I definitely want … Continue reading

‘Farce of Nature’ performance approaches

The fall play, “Farce of Nature,” will take the stage Nov. 6-9 in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Since the first week of September, cast members for the play have been rehearsing from 7-10 p.m. every weeknight. While this farce is a very different show from the university’s recent productions, the cast … Continue reading

County prepared for voters in commissioner election

As the 2019 general elections for Greene County are rapidly approaching, the voter registration deadline has passed. Tina Kiger, Greene County elections director, broke down the numbers for Greene County’s voter registration pool and how important it is for registered voters to perform their civic duty. “We need more voters to actually go to their … Continue reading

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