Mattie Winowitch

Executive Editor

Mattie Winowitch currently serves as the Executive Editor of the newspaper, where she oversees the production of the paper from week to week.

The Outliers: Residents raise concerns about county water supply

“Don’t drink the water here.” Ken Dufalla cracked open two small cans of off-brand tomato juice and poured them into a tall glass. Dufalla is a passionate 70-year-old man who serves as the president of Greene County’s Izaak Walton League of America [IWLA], an organization devoted to protecting the environment. He bit into his cheeseburger … Continue reading

A ‘voice to the voiceless’

After the Las Vegas shooting, alumna focuses on journalism

Bzz. Bzz. Bzz. Natalie Bruzda’s phone vibrated on her night stand. It was around 5 a.m. when she groggily flipped it over to see who was calling. It was an old friend from Waynesburg University, Associate Director of Alumni Relations Vikki Beppler, who she hadn’t talked to in a while. “I thought maybe it was … Continue reading

Pittsburgh CEO comes to campus

In alignment with the “Glenn A. and Jane L. Crosby Lecture Series,” Waynesburg University will be hosting Dr. Barbara Baker, President and CEO of the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center. Admission for the event is free, and students, faculty and members of the community … Continue reading

Stacey Brodak introduced as new VP of Institutional Advancement

Stacey Brodak is the definition of homegrown. A native of Greene County, Brodak was born and raised in the surrounding Waynesburg area. After graduating from Carmichaels High School, Brodak attended West Virginia University (WVU) for her undergrad in English, and ended up getting her Master of Business Administration back at Waynesburg University. She began her … Continue reading

University receives high-ranking award

Waynesburg University recently ranked in the top 7% of MONEY Magazine’s 2017-18 “Best Colleges for your Money” ranking list. Out of 2,400 colleges that were originally considered, 711 made it to the final ranking. Waynesburg came in at number 170, making it the tenth highest ranking university in Pennsylvania. “This award speaks volumes on the … Continue reading

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