Upper Room Returns to Worship Nights in Style

Upon students’ return to campus, Upper Room started up their worship nights as usual; they had their first worship night of the semester outside. Normally, they would continue weekly worship nights in Roberts Chapel on Sunday nights, but due to COVID-19, their new normal will be outside for the rest of the semester. “I think … Continue reading

Campus

Student Senate Election Results

A closer look into the elections tent

The executive board elections results were announced last week on Friday Sept. 11 after student voting on Wednesday Sept. 9, and Thursday Sept. 10.  The 2020-2021 Student Senate executive board: -President Luke Diel -Executive Vice President Scott Rykala -Social Vice President Isaiah Skeete -Academic Vice President Elliott Kimball -Treasurer Tyler Wright -Secretary Andrew Hreha With … Continue reading

Sports

NFL Quarterback talks to Waynesburg Athletes

Soccer and Football teams listen and learn underdog QB's life experience

During these crazy times, it allows us to think of creative things to do. The Waynesburg University soccer teams and football team did just that one week before classes started. They were able to talk to an NFL quarterback. That quarterback was Kirk Cousins, who plays for the Minnesota Vikings. They were able to get … Continue reading

Arts & Life

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

Region

Local Drive-In Teaches Environmental Justice

With everything that has happened in the past couple months, lockdowns, shortages and a skyrocketing unemployment, safety and health of families is at the forefront of peoples’ minds. Unfortunately, COVID-19 is not the only threat to safety and well-being. There are terrifying environmental issues going on in today’s world. Climate change and fossil fuel extraction … Continue reading

Opinion

This Week’s Notable Headlines

  Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87 Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, Sept. 18, in her home in Washington, D.C. As quoted by NPR, Chief Justice John Roberts, said “our nation has lost a justice of historic stature.” Ginsburg played a leading role in the Women’s Right movement in the 1970s … Continue reading