Ethnic Food Fair brings eccentric dishes, music to campus

As the artist duo “First Klass Barbados” played soul and beatbox covers of pop songs, over 150 students lined up to sample dishes originating from various countries around the world at this semester’s Ethnic Food Fair. “The attendance is always very good,” Patricia Bristor, associate dean of students, said. “It’s nice to see students know … Continue reading

Honors Program, Bonners join for ‘Poverty, Inc.’ event

Waynesburg University is focused on serving with organizations like the Bonner Scholar Program serving with non-profits around the tri-county area. While willingly serving what the university wants to teach students, wariness also must be utilized to avoid irresponsible non-profits. To teach this wariness, the Bonner Scholar Program and the Honors Program are presenting a screening … Continue reading

Switching over

Dept. of Communication launches campaign to improve technology

Last Thursday, Feb. 14 the Department of Communication coupled with the Office of Institutional Advancement to launch its newest fundraising campaign, “COM 3:1,” in an hour-long event of communication-themed activities on the fourth floor of Buhl Hall. The fundraising campaign is an effort to raise an appropriate amount of funds to assist the department in … Continue reading

Gathering dreams

More than 300 individuals attend the university's first BIG Dream Gathering

After much preparation and advertising over the past year, the BIG Dream Gathering has come and gone in the span of two hours. Mitch Matthews and the BIG Dream Gathering came to speak at Waynesburg University’s Crosbie Lecture Series Feb. 12. The gathering is meant to stir the minds of people to dream and aid … Continue reading

Department of Education offers courses on mental health

Waynesburg University’s Department of Education has added mental health topics to the curriculum as a way to help support future teachers and to assist them in avoiding teacher burnout. Dr. Kelley Solomon, assistant professor of education recently shared some of the advancements and additions in the program in order to tackle the growing concern of … Continue reading

Administration, students react to canceled classes

“Waynesburg University rarely cancels classes.” These were the words of Stacey Brodak, vice president for Institutional Advancement and University Relations. The evening of Tuesday, Jan. 28, students hoped the sub-zero wind chill would lead to one of those rare class cancellations. At 7:36 p.m., however, they received an email from the Rev. James Tinnemeyer, dean … Continue reading