Un-ALPACA-ing the story of Lena Galing

Video courtesy of WCTV, Rachel Pellegrino Lena Galing is a proud mother of 15.  Fifteen alpacas, that is. But, what’s an alpaca? Commonly mistaken for llamas, alpacas are distinguishable by two characteristics: their pointy ears and slim bodies. In Galing’s case, they’re also distinguishable by their names.  Glitter Lilly and Social Light are just two … Continue reading

Campus

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

Sports

COLUMN: March Madness Sports Staff Picks

Who we have winning each region and who cuts down the net.

“This is March.” The big dance is back and I couldn’t be happier about it. It doesn’t matter how you fill out your bracket,  what your method is, whether you know the teams very well or you’re one of those people who pick the better mascot of the two teams. Before I tell you how … Continue reading

Arts & Life

Parody accounts have ‘some impact’ on university, according to admissions counselor

While students may enjoy parody accounts, the university must protect its image, especially with the growing presence of social media. Ashley Wise, director of university relations, said the university does not have an official stance on parody accounts. “Waynesburg University does not have an official stance on parody Twitter accounts,” Wise said. “But [we] would … Continue reading

Region

Greene County hosts first Veteran’s Exposition

Video courtesy of WCTV, Lindsey Stenger  On March 26th, the first Veteran’s Exposition was held at the Greene County Fairgrounds. Veterans and their families from all over Greene County were invited to attend. This event was held in order to show veterans the different types of benefits offered to them.  Mike Belding, Chairman of Greene … Continue reading

Opinion

It’s time to make time

Ever find yourself needing extra hours in the day? Begin the week already behind? Constantly feel overwhelmed? Then like me, you probably suffer from poor time-management skills and overachiever tendencies.  As Founding Father Benjamin Franklin stressed, “Do you love life? Then do not squander time; for that’s the stuff life is made of.” Every moment … Continue reading