Waynesburg University prepares for Day of Giving

Waynesburg University is in the midst of planning for its sixth annual Day of Giving on Thursday, Nov. 4. To complement donations made over the phone and via a mailed check,  the University is utilizing givebutter.com for this year’s online donation platform.  According to President Douglas Lee, the Day of Giving is important because it … Continue reading

Resident assistants reach the community in new ways 

With the start of the new semester, Waynesburg Resident Assistants are no longer required to hold programming events and are shifting their focus toward personalized community initiatives.  Matt Pioch, assistant dean of student services, initiated the shift of activities and gave some insight on the old programming events that he says have been around for … Continue reading

Homecoming King and Queen reflect on homecoming event

“I was actually preparing for somebody else’s name.” Senior Andrew Gordan, majoring in biochemistry, nervously anticipated the announcement of the 2021 Homecoming King, until he heard his own name called. “It was such an honor,” Gordan said. The early-October annual tradition at Waynesburg University brought together many familiar faces and lifelong friends on Oct. 2 … Continue reading

“Whodunnit” in Waynesburg’s theater program this fall?

The Waynesburg University fall play is right around the corner and the Waynesburg University  Players have been working hard preparing for a show that will impress the 2021 audiences.  “And Then There Were None,” is a play written by Agatha Christie, which first began as an award-winning novel. In 1955, Christie was the first recipient … Continue reading

Annual job fair connects students with opportunity

The annual Job Fair has been going on for four years at Waynesburg University. The event is organized by Adam Jack, chair of the Criminal Justice department.  The Job Fair gives students a chance to see and talk to different agencies and gives them a chance to learn about what each group does.  Many different … Continue reading

Fulfilling Fridays event designed to inform students

Fulfilling Fridays, a new event being held by the Center for Service Leadership Office, are a new addition to Waynesburg University’s focus on learning through service. Each week, the event will have a new activity for students to become more involved in the community as well as service through Waynesburg University. These events will happen … Continue reading

24-hour-printer to arrive on campus

The days of students waiting in the morning for the library to open to print a paper that took all night to write are soon going to be over at Waynesburg University. The Student Senate’s proposed idea of having a 24 hour printer available in the Stover Campus Center has been approved and will soon … Continue reading

COVID-19 mid-semester update

While students are counting down the days until the end of the fall semester, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise.  According to Waynesburg University’s website, since Aug. 8, the campus recorded 60 COVID-19 cases among students, faculty and staff. This number was last updated Oct. 8.  Compared to previous semesters, the number of … Continue reading