COVID-19 cases on campus continue to increase

A few weeks ago, The Yellow Jacket reported on the Keep Waynesburg Well Team’s efforts towards “pre-pandemic normalcy.” This “normalcy,” however, may have to wait. This past week, the amount of confirmed cases on campus recorded thus far for Spring semester surpassed that of Fall semester.  During the Fall semester, Aug. 9 to Dec. 5, … Continue reading

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

Students learn through Bible study groups

Bible study groups are in full swing this semester. Students have the opportunity to choose from five study groups, each with a unique lesson. Posters advertising each group can be found in each dorm building. SWEP resident life director and assistant director of campus ministry, Lauren White, leads one of the  study groups with campus … Continue reading

Virtual Charter Day deemed a success

Past the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Waynesburg University’s Charter Day was held entirely as an online event. It was pre recorded and shown on Tuesday, March 21. As mentioned previously in the Yellow Jacket, Charter Day chicken was still served and guest speaker Mark Harner made an appearance. Despite all the complications from … 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