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Democrat club forms to support local liberals

New to the list of organizations this academic school year comes the Waynesburg University Democrats, a charter club set up through Student Services. Professor Kevin McClincy is the advisor to this new club. He says he has tried before to initiate its formation but couldn’t meet the minimum requirement of 10 active members. “In the … Continue reading

‘This is The Voice’

Auditions hosted for the revamped singing competition

For the past 13 years, vocally gifted students have competed for first place at WU Idol. As of Sept. 5, Student Services brought WU Voice to campus for a new twist on an old tradition. Ryan Smith, assistant director of student services, says he looks forward to the change and thinks it will be an … Continue reading

Event discusses modern dating

Three couples came to share their experiences and insights on relationships: Josh and Jess Sumpter who are both employed by Waynesburg University, former employees of Waynesburg Chuck and Shirley Bailey as well as recent Waynesburg alumni Josh Daines and Jessie Kiner. Each couple represented a different path of life. The Baileys have been together for … Continue reading

Relay for Life: Walking for the cure

Student leaders use personal experiences as motivation to organize campus-wide Relay event

Courage comes in all shapes, sizes and stories. For Waynesburg University’s Relay for Life student leaders, that courage stems from unique stories and struggles. Brittnay Faust, senior early childhood special education major, has been participating in Relay for Life since her freshman year. By her sophomore year, Faust was selected as team captain for the … Continue reading

‘You’re Not Alone’ discussion group to help ease anxiety

In the face of divisiveness that is tearing through the American people, freshman psychology major Angela Veltri decided to take a stand for Waynesburg University’s campus through her discussion group, You’re Not Alone. “Our main focus is for people with anxiety to know there are people right here on campus that know what you are … Continue reading

Noon Tunes event gives opportunity for entertainment

In-between sips of water and coffee, Steve Everett filled the Beehive with upbeat melodies during the Student Activities Board hosted Noon Tunes March 14. Everett combined jovial songs with casual banter and engaging jokes that often invoked a round of laughter from the audience. The Appalachian State University graduate describes himself as a family-friendly, clean … Continue reading

Student creates, self-directs one act play

Thomas' 'therapeutic' production to struggles with grief

Grief grips each person in unique ways, an idea that captivated Tre Thomas, sophomore history major, and inspired the creation of a one act play to be performed April 11 at 7 p.m. His self-written story revolves around a mother and daughter working to rekindle their relationship after losing connection after the death of a … Continue reading

BMS department classes are a ‘journey’

For one biblical and ministry major, discovering what he wanted to do with the rest of his life was not an easy task, but there is one description he would want people to know him as. “If I could be known as one thing, it would be a son who is loved by his Heavenly … Continue reading

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