Tiffany Morgan

Hurricane relief project created after Florence

Last year, Hurricane Harvey hit landfall along the middle Texas coast on Aug. 25. Soon after, Kelly Hardie, assistant dean of students, organized a trip for students to travel and serve. With new devastation in the east coast from Hurricane Florence, another hurricane relief project will be set in place. Students will be travelling to … Continue reading

County roads flooded due to persisent rainfall

“Turn around, don’t drown.” Valerie Peterson, district press officer of PennDOT, said this motto is crucial when driving towards high waters. High waters were present on several roadways throughout Waynesburg Borough last week.   Peterson said, there was more than 80 road closures throughout the entire district. Some closures dealt with the water, while others … Continue reading

Hope for the homeless

City Mission aims to assist veterans fighting homelessness

“Hope for the Homeless.” This is the message City Mission uses to drive its organization. An organization for the homeless, City Mission was established in 1941. It has been continuously serving the southwestern Pennsylvania area for almost eight decades. According to Dr. and Lieutenant Colonel Sally Mounts, chief development officer for City Mission, there are currently homes being provided to men, women and children through three … Continue reading

WU Study Abroad program expands in new partnerships

Waynesburg University’s Study Abroad Program has sent students to several countries. For 2018, Waynesburg has expanded their program by adding partnerships with International Studies Abroad (ISA) and Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA)-Butler University. Each partnership was looked at by Sarah Bell, academic coordinator, and established after first brought to the table by students. Students must … Continue reading

Rule violation delays Student Senate election

“I misinterpreted one of the rules for better or for worse.” This thought went through junior political science major and current candidate for Student Senate President Olivia Schultz-Falandes’ mind when she realized her “creative campaign strategy” was, unknowingly, according to her, in direct violation of Senate rules regarding her campaign advertisements. Schultz-Falandes walked door-to-door and … Continue reading

Bonners add to church’s ‘welcoming atmosphere’

Faith, learning and service have been the main factors of educating students at Waynesburg University for 169 years. Bonner Scholars serve heavily in the community earning 140 hours each semester. The Bonner Scholars participate in benefitting their community by assisting in a coffeehouse held every Wednesday night from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the … Continue reading

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