Abigail Phillips

Stover Scholars present Bill of Rights production

On Sept.17, Waynesburg University’s Stover program celebrated Constitution Day. A federal holiday celebrating the signing of the Constitution. “Two hundred and thirty four years ago today, the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia voted upon and signed the Constitution and sent it out for ratification,” said Dr. Lawrence Stratton, Director of Stover Center for Constitutional Studies.  All … Continue reading

Keep Waynesburg Well plan to continue in new school year

It is a new semester and with that comes a new approach to the familiar COVID-19 virus. Waynesburg University’s Keep Waynesburg Well plan has laid out exactly what Waynesburg is doing to stop the spread of COVID-19 and its variants on campus. Stacy Brodak, vice president for Institutional Advancement and University Relations, when interviewed wanted … Continue reading

Students rave over Food Truck Thursday

The announcement of Food Truck Thursdays was released almost two months ago today, and so far, students are expressing positive opinions about the new weekly event.  “I eat at the Chinese truck. It is my favorite and the food comes out very fast,” Meaghan VanSickle, a sophomore Forensic Science major, said.  “The food was really … Continue reading

Waynesburg University Chick-fil-A update

Chick-fil-A is on the way

The opening of Chick-fil-A has been the talk of campus since it was announced during the Spring 2020 semester. Though it was projected to be finished by the Spring 2021 semester, it has come to the attention of many that renovations are still underway. Luke Diel, President of the Student Senate, said that the University … Continue reading

Waynesburg University raises money through Day of Giving

Waynesburg University held its fifth annual Day of Giving on Thurs., Nov. 12, allowing alumni, students, faculty, staff and their families to support the school’s academic departments and athletic teams. According to the Waynesburg University website, the university exceeded their goal by $52,745 with a total of 905 donors and 38 states.  The university website … Continue reading

Greene County updates aerial imagery

The Greene County Commissioners Office has recently partnered with Eagleview Technologies and Pictometry International to provide all new LiDAR data and imagery of the entirety of Greene county. Chief Assessor Mary Ann (Lou) Lewis expressed the main reasons the county is moving forward with this project. “The Assessment Office uses the aerial program for many … Continue reading

Dining hall workers adapt to COVID-19 changes

With the wave of COVID-19, many changes have been made at Waynesburg University, the most noticeable being in Benedum Dining Hall. Christopher Zaccheus, a dining hall employee, explained the main changes to the food system. “Some of the changes that have been put in place are that workers have to serve all the food instead … Continue reading

COVID-19 update on campus

Waynesburg University remains open as administrators monitor the campus community and continue to stress the “Keep Waynesburg Well” plan. On Tuesday, Oct. 6, Waynesburg University President Douglas Lee provided students and staff with an update on COVID-19 cases on campus. Lee praised students and staff for their commitment to following guidelines set to prevent the … Continue reading

Eberly Library explores the past

Staff and students dive into Greene County's history

Eberly library is a hotspot for many. Whether it be for class, books or the computer lab, it has a little bit for everyone on campus. Recently the library’s staff and students have started new projects after discovering part of Greene County’s history. Senior and library staff member Brendon Stead explained what exactly was found. … Continue reading

Residents Assistants Adapt to New Guidelines

What it looks like to be a RA during the pandemic

In an effort to make Waynesburg as safe as possible the university has adjusted the way that resident assistants operate. Riley Holsinger, resident assistant for Willison Hall,  expressed how RAs coming into contact with more resident students than most has changed their door policy.  “As RAs we’re really not supposed to go door to door … Continue reading