Waynesburg prepares for coronavirus outbreak

Waynesburg University is among numerous institutions preparing for the possible spread of the coronavirus, as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently advised all U.S. Institutions of Higher education to plan and prepare for the coronavirus immediately. “As the global outbreak evolves, Institutions of Higher Education should prepare for the possibility of community-level outbreaks. … Continue reading

Bonner program prepares to select incoming students

Admitted students day this weekend occured Saturday, Feb. 22. It had campus a buzz with potential freshman becoming acquainted with campus life and competing for scholarships.  One of these scholarships, the Bonner Scholarship, brought in 35 applicants Saturday to interview for a chance to receive one of 15 spots. “This weekend provides such an exciting … Continue reading

Waynesburg to add Chick-fil-A in fall 2020

24-hour convenience store, online ordering and flex dollar system in the works

Last Friday, Waynesburg University announced major changes to its dining services, including an on-campus Chick-fil-A, a 24/7 mini convenience store and renovations to the Beehive and its Starbucks. Waynesburg is currently in a contract with Aladdin Food Management Services, which is set to expire on June 30. With the expiration in mind, a committee was … Continue reading

WUSN is back in action with basketball coverage

“The feeling we all shared together at the end of the broadcast was pure excitement and accomplishment,” said Waynesburg University Sports Network co-producer, Paul Zalakar. “We have been preparing for that moment for our whole college career.” Zalakar was referring to WUSN’s first production in high definition. WUSN covered the women and men’s final regular … Continue reading

Ethnic Food Fair returns to campus

  The Ethnic Food Fair has become a traditional event at Waynesburg University. The third floor of the Stover Campus Center is always filled with students at the event, lined up to fill their plates with food from different countries and ethnicities. Hannah Kalemon, freshman nursing major, said this semester’s Ethnic Food Fair was the … Continue reading

Guide to the weekend, Feb. 21-23

Tired of the school work and teachers? Greene County offers a variety of events each week. No group of weekend events look similar.  To aid in finding a good event to relax with, here is a guide to three events happening this weekend.    1. Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser If you like spaghetti, head over to … Continue reading

WU Go Girl invites speakers for tomorrow’s event

A popular campus event of the past several years is making a bigger and better comeback. WU Go Girl is an event sponsored by Residence Life taking place Wednesday, Feb. 19 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the third floor of Stover. Last year, approximately 50-75 women attended the program.  “It has historically been … Continue reading

Seniors, get ready

Commencement a 'swirling vortex' of paperwork, according to 2019 graduate

With Waynesburg University’s 196 commencement approaching in less than three months, many soon-to-be graduates are cracking down on the requirements necessary to walk away with their degree. “It’s important to maintain an awareness of the swirling vortex of paperwork surrounding graduation,” Daniel Kephart, a 2019 alumnus said. “I didn’t realize how many different steps are … Continue reading