Comeback effort results in day of firsts in Beaver Falls

Jackets rally from 14 points down at half, Fusina picks up first win

Seven times this season, the Waynesburg University men’s basketball team had trailed by ten points or more at halftime. They lost each one of those games.  All of those losses, however, were in 2019, and Saturday’s game was the first for the Jackets in 2020.  This time the result was different. Waynesburg [1-12, 1-3] picked … Continue reading


Bonner Scholars reflect on service through upcoming retreat

For the 27th year, the senior Waynesburg University Bonner scholars will leave campus this coming weekend to reflect on their time serving. The Bonner Program is a national scholarship that, according to its website, “affords students an access to education and opportunity to serve.” As a participating university, Waynesburg takes their Bonner seniors on an … 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