College campuses are nuts about squirrels 

Waynesburg’s campus is home to two things: students and squirrels. This fall semester, Waynesburg University students participated in a national research study to learn more about their college counterpart.  The national study, conducted by Squirrel-Net, looks into the behavior of squirrels across North American college campuses. The study, which started in 2017, provides undergraduate students … Continue reading


Lady J’s Drop Third-Straight, Fall 75-64 to W&J

It was rivalry night at the Rudy Marisa Fieldhouse on Wednesday evening. The Washington and Jefferson College Presidents’ (8-3, 5-0), the No. 1 team in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC), faced off against the Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets (1-10, 1-4), who dropped their previous three matchups heading into the game. Three straight losses turned to … Continue reading


Winter weather preview

Snow removal crews in Greene County are preparing for the upcoming winter Snow removal crews around the area are preparing for the upcoming winter weather. According to a press release from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Greene County area will experience slightly more precipitation than average, along with slightly warmer temperatures than average.  … Continue reading


Finish strong at the finish line

“College is supposed to be tough.” I overheard this quote a few weeks ago from Lanny Frattare, my mentor and former voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates, when I walked past his classroom. He has a great point. College is supposed to be difficult.  Students aren’t entitled to a degree for just paying the price of … Continue reading