Men’s basketball looking to break slump at Chatham.

Hall of Fame football coach Bill Parcells once said;  “You are what your record says you are.” Whether or not that’s a universal truth of sports is up for debate. For Waynesburg University men’s basketball coach Tim Fusina, however, this accurately sums up how the 2019-20 season has gone thus far.  Coming into its Presidents’ … Continue reading


Students to serve on trips over break

Faith, service and learning opportunities do not come to a halt when students leave Waynesburg University’s campus for winter break. Two service trips will be offered this January, before spring semester classes begin, to provide students a unique opportunity to serve communities overseas. The first, a trip to Bonaire, affiliated with the Department of Communication. … Continue reading


Waynesburg still looking for first win of Fusina era, now 0-8

Jackets drop to 0-2 in conference play with loss at Chatham

The Waynesburg University men’s basketball team continued its search for its first win of the season as it took on the Chatham Cougars Saturday. After 40 minutes, the Yellow Jackets [0-8, 0-2] are still searching. The game got off  to a rough start for Waynesburg. The Cougars [7-2, 2-0] began the game on a 13-2 … Continue reading

Arts & Life

Final preparations look different for each department

Waynesburg University is home to more than 70 academic concentrations.  As finals week is only days away, these various majors each require a different workload from this coming finals season, and thus unique study habits are being put into action.  Sophomore pre-medical major, Andrew Gordon, is a chemistry and anatomy tutor, and has the burden … Continue reading


Christmas events connect Waynesburg Community

The town of Waynesburg is preparing for the holidays, as local businesses decorate and participate in community festivities. The annual Light-Up Night will follow the WP&B Buy Local Buy Greene Holiday Challenge.  The goal of the WP&B Buy Local Buy Greene Holiday Challenge is to have people shop primarily with local retailers from Nov.1-Dec. 6. … Continue reading


In the news: Three notable headlines

1. Two children shot in elementary school parking lot Two kids were shot and killed while sitting inside of a van at Searles Elementary School in California early Saturday morning. The kids, ages 11 and 14, were inside of a parked van which is debated by police and school officials whether it was in or … Continue reading