Micah Leith

Why do students like bingo so much?

From hammocks to treat baskets, prizes aren't the only thing bringing students to monthly bingo nights

Although Bingo is generally seen as a fun way for older adults to pass the time, Waynesburg University students prove that young adults can have just as much fun with a game that has been around since as early as the 16th century. Waynesburg University has hosted a number of different activities and events for … Continue reading

Sound solution or risky investment?

Belding and Coalfield Justice reports disagree on gas industry's impact

The Center for Coalfield Justice published a report questioning the economic future of natural gas in Greene County and the surrounding area and warns that the oil and gas industry is not as economically sound as it may seem. According to pa.gov, the oil and gas industry was Greene County’s third largest source of employment … Continue reading

Eva K. Bowlby Public Library offering CPR course

The Eva K. Bowlby Public Library will be hosting a First Aid CPR AED course on Saturday, March 14 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  The price for the course is $89 and covers the cost of the workbook and certification. Payment is due the day of the course and is open to ages 10 … Continue reading

A romantic escape

Local library holds Valentine's Day escape room for couples and friends

The Eva K. Bowlby Public Library is hosting an escape room on Friday, Feb. 14, with start times at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. The cost is $15 per person or $25 for a couple. The event is open to people ages 16 and up. The deadline for registration was Feb. 7. Although … Continue reading

Students encouraged to apply for RA positions in the future

The deadline to apply to be a  resident assistant (RA) for the fall 2020 semester closed Monday, Feb. 3. Although there are a lot of students moving on, Tyler Webb, the resident director of Martin Hall, doesn’t expect there to be a shortage of resident assistants.  “We do have a lot of students moving on,” … Continue reading

Dinner enables students to meet ministry leaders

Waynesburg University will be hosting its third annual Ministry Leader’s Appreciation Dinner  Feb. 10 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Joshua Sumpter, the university chaplain, said the event is intended to give students knowledge about ministry today.  “The ministry leaders appreciation dinner is geared towards giving our students an opportunity to interact with people in … 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