Rachel Duncan

Waynesburg University Residence Life Staff Receives Two New Additions

During the 2023 summer break Waynesburg University announced multiple changes to their residence life staff, including the addition of two new staff members, Hunter Davis and Lydia Self.   Lydia Self, the new resident director of Burns Hall, joined the team when previous Resident Director of Burns Hall, Heidi Dziak, accepted the new position as Director … Continue reading

More than a Service Learning Trip: A Rocha Marine Conservation

Over winter break, eight Waynesburg University students as well as Dr. Christian Hayes, assistant professor of biology, and Dr. Marissa Mendoza, assistant professor of psychology, traveled to Titusville, Florida to work alongside A Rocha Marine Conservation. During this week-long trip, students and faculty did a number of projects along the beaches in Florida.  Located in … Continue reading

Dr. Richard Epstein speaks to students

On Jan. 24, Waynesburg University hosted the James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Law and Senior Lecturer, University of Chicago, Professor Richard A. Epstein.  Professor Epstein spent a day and a half with students and Dr. Lawrence Stratton discussing the areas of law, the constitution and the administrative state. Dr. Lawrence Stratton, Professor … Continue reading

“Building on Community,” A Group For Veteran and Military Affiliated Students

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Waynesburg University’s Veteran and Military Student Services and Initiatives program hosted a, “Building on Community,” group for Veteran and Military affiliated students. With this group, Charles Stoddard, assistant director of the veteran and military student services and initiatives, and Dr. Michelle Steimer, director of the veteran and military student services and … Continue reading

Blueprints Initiative for SNAP Benefits

Blueprints, a nonprofit organization which serves residents in Greene County, Washington County and West Virginia, has launched a new program to educate and assist its residents on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, benefits, which provides low-income families with nutrition benefits to claim at the store. “The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank reached out to … Continue reading

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