Rebekah Vaughan

New bookstore opens in Claysville

Looking for your next favorite book? A trip to Claysville might have you covered for your next go-to story. On Saturday, April 10, the Little House of Books opened its doors for business on Main Street in Claysville. The store, which is family-owned and operated, is roughly a 30-minute drive from the campus of Waynesburg … Continue reading

Greene County gets spooky

Ghouls, ghosts, goblins and more. What else could the guests at the third annual Southwestern Pennsylvania Haunted Conference want? On Saturday, March 19, fans of the paranormal came together at the EQT Rec Center in Waynesburg to attend the conference.  Organized by Greene County local and author Kevin Paul, the conference featured five presentations given … Continue reading

Thriving on the field

“Eve, is that your mom sleeping again?” This was a common phrase that Eve O’Sullivan would hear from her teammates in middle school during a break at a lacrosse game. “I didn’t see a lot of the games because I napped during those,” O’Sullivan’s mother, Linda O’Sullivan said. “It was outside and it was right … Continue reading

WU Music Program hosts lunchtime recitals

The Waynesburg University Fine Arts Department Music Program will be presenting Chamber Works I on Thursday, Feb. 24 at noon in Roberts Chapel.  The program will be presented as a lunchtime recital. Students from the Applied Music Classes have been practicing since the beginning of the semester to put on these noontime performances. According to … Continue reading

College does not equal real life

Don’t get me wrong—when I moved into college as a freshman I was beyond excited. I was out of my hometown high school. I could finally be my own person and do my own things. I could sleep whenever I wanted and eat whatever I wanted and I felt free. As I finish up my … Continue reading

Phil says six more weeks

The world-famous Punxsutawney Phil has officially seen his shadow and predicted that there are still six more weeks of winter to come. On Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 7:25 a.m. Phil cast his prediction to local, national and international visitors and television viewers alike. The tradition of Groundhog Day dates back over 100 years. “German settlers … Continue reading

A magical bingo night

Bingo night has always been a largely attended event for the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board. The same rang true for the first bingo event of the semester. On Wednesday, Jan. 19, the university’s SAB hosted the first bingo night of the spring 2022 semester. Students came together at 8 p.m. in the Benedum Dining … Continue reading

Annual Christmas parade set for Saturday

Santa Claus is coming to town this year in the style of a reverse parade. The Greene County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 83rd Christmas parade at the Greene County Fairground on Saturday, Dec. 4 from 2-4 p.m. The parade is underwritten by the First Energy Foundation and organized by the chamber of … Continue reading

Christmas bells are ringing in Waynesburg’s chapel

The sound of jingling bells and the smell of hot chocolate are about to fill the air on the campus of Waynesburg University. On Saturday, Dec. 4, the Lamplighter Concert Choir and the Symphonic Band will be joining forces to put on the Music Program’s Christmas Concert. The concert will feature holiday songs from movies … Continue reading

Harvest Fest rolled into Waynesburg

Video courtesy of WCTV, Rebekah Vaughan Pumpkins, music, and a friendly competition between university faculty and students. What more could be asked for from the annual Harvest Fest event put on by the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board? On Thursday, Oct. 28 from 4-6 P.M, the SAB teamed up WCYJ, the university radio station, to … Continue reading

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