Brendan Keany

University remembers freshman

Students share stories, laughs to commemorate their friend

When he wasn’t studying for classes, hanging out in his room or playing video games, Jared Weber was spending his time in the pottery classroom. Day after day he would spend time there. at was place to go when he needed to relax or relieve some stress. On Friday, April 14, Weber passed away in … Continue reading

Imagine a daily fight for life in Syria

When I realized that I was responsible for writing the Cheat Sheet this week, I was dead set on writing about the whole Neil Gorsuch debacle. It’s actually a pretty good thing that I procrastinated on doing the Cheat Sheet, because if I had written it by the deadline I’m supposed to follow, it would … Continue reading

Orientation Board prepares for new students’ weekend

As students arrive at Waynesburg University in August, the New Student Orientation Leaders are some of the most visible people on campus. They’re the students who help out with the games and numerous activities that take place during orientation the weekend before classes begin. However, the planning for that weekend starts well before the leaders … Continue reading

Admin. to recognize donors at president’s awards dinner

Ninety-nine of Waynesburg University’s supporters will be on campus April 1 for the President’s Donor and Scholarship Recognition Dinner that will take place in Alumni Hall. For the Waynesburg administration, it’s a way of saying ‘thank you’ to those who have heavily invested in the university, according to Heidi Szuminksy, vice president for Institutional Advancement … Continue reading

Students elected to Senate Exec. Board

The executive positions on the Waynesburg University Student Senate have been decided, and they were in fact decided before the actual elections took place. In what became more of a required formality, the students who ran for the exeutive positions ran unopposed, much to the chagrin of Executive Vice President Tyler McCoy, who was responsible … Continue reading

Transparency the focus of changes to dorm damage deposit system

By now, most seniors have likely forgotten about the $100 damage deposit they paid at the beginning of their freshman year. Perhaps the same could be said for sophomores and even some juniors. This fee helps cover any potential damage a student may incur while living on campus throughout their time at Waynesburg. “That $100 … Continue reading

Political correctness hate doesn’t make sense

According to the Pew Research Center, 59 percent of Americans believe that people are too easily offended about what others say. As a result, perhaps one of the most divisive terms in society right now is “political correctness.” The same study by Pew broke down some of the statistics even further. Sixty-seven percent of black … Continue reading