Angelica Good

Mental health: An essential topic

With the concern of physical health drastically overwhelming the world for the past eight months due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, many seem to lack the ability to identify the mental needs of society members during this time. While experts and bystanders could go on about the seriousness of this virus, which they should, I want … Continue reading

Bringing Waynesburg University diversity and belonging

Rooted in Waynesburg’s mission statement, the new Diversity and Belonging Initiative which is run through the Pathways Center focuses on cultivating student growth through education and providing a support system for all.  With many components such as programming, a student advisory board and a leadership team composed of individuals from around campus, the program is … Continue reading

Campus Ministry adapts to online changes

Due to the sudden leave of students from campus, Waynesburg University’s Campus Ministry has developed an alternative form of worship that will take place each week virtually. “We have created space for students to gather online every Sunday from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Tuesday/Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,” said Josh Sumpter, … Continue reading

Homeless cats in community supported through cash bash

Catnip Acres/PetSmart Alternate Adoption Site in Washington, Pennsylvania, will be hosting a cash bash for the second consecutive year in the Waynesburg Armory, partnered with Save a Horse Stable on March 14. “We start selling tickets in January for a March event, and start reaching out to local businesses and shops as well in January, … Continue reading

Puzzle pandemonium

Eva K. Bowlby Library holding a puzzle contest this month

From 12:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, Eva K. Bowlby Library will be hosting a puzzle contest open to anyone in the community 15 years of age or older. With a three-hour time-constraint, competitors in teams of two will be expected to complete a 500-piece puzzle. If someone registers as an individual contestant, they will be … Continue reading

Hiring our heroes

Military Sergeant to assist veterans and military families

Waynesburg University welcomed Master Sergeant Jeffrey Ladisic, director of the Office of Military Families and Veteran Affairs, to a fellowship with the university Jan. 13 through the Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program, sponsored by the United States Chamber of Commerce. The professional development offered through the program prepares candidates for a smooth transition into … Continue reading

Masters in Criminal Investigation program ranks at top

In 2014, the Master of Arts in Criminal Investigation was developed by Adam Jack, chairperson for the Criminal Justice and Social Sciences Department, and James Tanda, instructor of Criminal Justice. After countless hours of hard work and commitment, the program was launched in 2015. This program was created by and is “run by law enforcement … Continue reading