Rebekah Vaughan

Students voice opinions on Wellness Days

Colleges and universities across the country have chosen to do away with spring break this semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. By keeping students on campus, the spread of COVID-19 could potentially be mitigated. In lieu of spring break, Waynesburg University has offered “Wellness Days” to give students some time off.  Near the middle of … Continue reading

PRSSA hosts membership drive

PRSSA is hosting PR Week April 5-9.Brady’s Roadhouse During the entire week of March 15-19, Waynesburg University’s PRSSA hosted the Give Me Five Membership Drive. Utilizing each weekday, the organization offered five reasons to join PRSSA in hopes to attract at least five new members to join by the end of the spring semester.  Due … Continue reading

Scavenger hunt hosted on campus Wellness Day

On March 9, the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board hosted a brand new event for students to participate in: a scavenger hunt. The event was held on the university’s Wellness Day to provide a relaxing activity for students to participate in on their day off. The event lasted from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. with … Continue reading

Local agency celebrates International Women’s Day

On March 8, the world celebrated International Women’s Day, which is, according to the International Women’s Day website, “a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.” While IWD celebrates the achievements of women worldwide, it also marks a call to action to push for women’s equality. The Domestic Violence Services … Continue reading

University hosts virtual event for Devito Lecture Series

On Thursday Feb. 25, from 7-8 p.m. Waynesburg University hosted another section of the Rosetta Kormuth Devito Lecture Series. This lecture was hosted as a fireside chat with Dr. Nicholas Pearce, author of “The Purpose Path: A Guide to Pursuing Your Authentic Life’s Work.” The lecture took place virtually on Microsoft Teams to discuss the … Continue reading

Local drive-in open in off-season

The full history of the Skyview Drive-In in Carmichaels, Pennsylvania is shrouded in a cloud of mystery. Supposedly, the drive-in was built in 1946 and opened in July of ‘46. The current owners, Charles (Chuck) and Elizabeth (Liz) Walker bought the drive-in in April of 2007 after a long, personal history there. “I had started … Continue reading

Campus speaker discusses black influence on music culture

On Fri., Feb. 12, the Waynesburg University Fine Arts Department hosted a virtual conversation as part of their Performing Artist Series, discussing the history and soul of American music and how it was influenced by Black culture. This virtual conversation comes with many more for Black History Month.  Speaking at the virtual event was Joshua … Continue reading

University SAB hosts first Flannel Fest

Video courtesy of WCTV On Saturday, Oct. 17, the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board hosted its first ever Flannel Fest for students. The event took place in the tent in the chapel parking and in the parking lot behind the GPAC on campus. In the tent in the chapel parking lot, students were greeted with … Continue reading

The world has changed and so have we

 I never imagined a world where mud masks wouldn’t be the first thing to pop up if you typed ‘face mask’ into the search bar on Amazon. Now, the page is full of the cloth masks with different fabric options and ones that claim to be more breathable. I’ve always been a go-with-the-flow kind of … Continue reading

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