Rebekah Vaughan

Holiday Food Drive coming to town Dec. 5

The Corner Cupboard Food Bank will be holding their fourth annual Holiday Food Drive on Dec. 5. The event is from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the steps of the Greene County courthouse. The food drive is being held in collaboration with CONSOL Energy, CNX Gas and CESO Inc. Refreshments and raffle baskets are … Continue reading

Recycling bins taken out of storage, placed on campus

New recycling bins have appeared throughout campus at Waynesburg University. These seemingly mysterious bins have popped up in various spots, including the Stover Campus Center and some of the dormitories. The new recycling bins were placed by senior John Pryzybylinski and his classmates, Austin Zurik and Nate Kummer, for their Leadership and Stewardship class project. … Continue reading

Auxiliary running craft and vendor show Saturday

The Waynesburg Auxiliary to the VFW is holding a craft and vendor show on Saturday. All proceeds will go to the auxiliary to put on events for the community and to help local veterans. Because of the event’s large turnout last year, a larger venue was necessary this year. The craft show will be held … Continue reading

Campus conserves 329,000 gallons of water in three-month span

Waynesburg University recently undertook a project to cut down on water and sewage waste throughout campus. Two different grants were awarded to the university to assist in these efforts, including the PepsiCo grant, awarded in March. The school received $8,109 to reduce water use and sewage through the purchasing of new water aerators, toilet handles … Continue reading

WU consecutively ranked by College Factual

For four consecutive years, Waynesburg University has been named a ‘Best College for the Money’ by College Factual. This is not a title that the university must apply for, but is rather earned through several factors.  College Factual ranks schools for this title based on the average cost for an undergraduate degree, the quality of … Continue reading

Greene mines surviving despite county closures

This past March, two large coal mines in Wyoming shut down after filing bankruptcy, Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr. They were the fourth and sixth largest coal mines in the country. While the ripple effect of their closures was felt by Wyoming taxpayers and vendors, how far has the ripple effect spread though, and how … Continue reading

Waynesburg U. recognized for student outcomes

For the fourth consecutive year, Waynesburg University has been named a College of Distinction. Colleges of Distinction awards this title to schools that excel in student engagement, teaching, community and outcomes.                                                                               According to the website, Colleges of Distinction was created in 2000 to make sure students and their parents are able to find the best … Continue reading