Senior art major reflects on exhibit opening

For some, paintings and sculptures are a curiosity, making observers search for an artist’s meaning behind an artistic piece.  For the artist, these paintings and sculptures are a way to express and communicate emotions and ideas that would be difficult to express in other ways. For Waynesburg University senior Lydia Polarine, this is the case. … Continue reading

Why do students like bingo so much?

From hammocks to treat baskets, prizes aren't the only thing bringing students to monthly bingo nights

Although Bingo is generally seen as a fun way for older adults to pass the time, Waynesburg University students prove that young adults can have just as much fun with a game that has been around since as early as the 16th century. Waynesburg University has hosted a number of different activities and events for … Continue reading

Three lives

Core Ensemble to perform 'Tres Vidas' play Friday night

Waynesburg University’s Fine Arts Department is hosting “Tres Vidas,” performed by the Core Ensemble on Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The play is based on the lives of Frida Kahlo, Rufina Amaya and Alfonsia Storni, three legendary Latin-American women. Tres Vidas translates from Spanish to three lives. The premise of the show … Continue reading

University students take in Super Bowl LIV

Super Bowl LIV, the 54th edition of the National Football League’s culminating game, was played Sunday, Feb. 2, between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.  The game, held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, saw a 31-20 Kansas City victory. Patrick Mahomes took home his first Super Bowl Most Valuable Player … Continue reading

Two for the price of one

Freshman and sophomore double-cast for the lead role in spring musical 'Pippin'

With a cast of 18 students chosen and rehearsals underway, the countdown to this year’s spring musical has begun. According to Edward Powers, professor of theatre and director of the show, there are about two months, 40 rehearsals and 100 hours of practice until the Goodwin Performing Arts Center opens its doors for this year’s … Continue reading