Lachlan Loudon

Scott definitely ready to enter the field of psychology

Graduating this year, Brittany Scott, psychology major, exemplified everything a college student should be. Dr. Jenny Jellison, professor of psychology, had a multitude of words to describe her soon-to-be former student: mature, responsible, sincere, passionate, considerate, respectful, the list goes on. “Brittany is simply a joy to be around,” Jellison said. “She genuinely celebrates the … Continue reading

Mendes is the “relational glue” within her department

Waynesburg University’s mission revolves around faith, service and learning. The biblical and ministry studies major shows the fruits of this mission. Sarah Mendes, a children and youth ministry major, bears these fruits. “While Sarah has demonstrated a strong ability in the classroom, her commitment to seeking opportunities to gain practical experience outside of the classroom … Continue reading

“Won’t You Help Your Neighbor” Campaign

Alone, stranded, isolated and in solitude—these are what students in quarantine on-campus might be experiencing due to COVID-19 protocols, according to the “Won’t You Help Your Neighbor” campaign. Led by campaign director Adrian Barnhart, this campaign’s goal is to ease those feelings of loneliness. Students can either be quarantined for a week or a month, … Continue reading

The man behind the Greene curtain

In the late 18th century, Great Britain was at war with its own 13 colonies, soon to be known as the United States of America. The war found its way over to Greene County, Pennsylvania, where a noncommissioned officer’s sword was left behind in the rubble of battle. There was nobody around to know who … Continue reading

One year later

March 16, 2020. A day I will never forget.  I was on the phone with my parents that afternoon when Waynesburg University decided its best option was to send everyone home. I remember walking frantically around my friend’s kitchen holding back tears.   I was stunned.   I simply could not wrap my head around the two … Continue reading

Two Waynesburg University Alumni create documentary

The Greene County Historical Society attempts to preserve the deep, rich history of Greene County, PA. Filmmakers and Waynesburg University alumni Paul Hicks and Harry Oakes have put together a story, told in an 11-minute documentary, to showcase the history behind Greensboro’s early glass and pottery industry. “I think the Historical Society plays a key … Continue reading

Criminal Justice Speaker Series beings in place of job fair

Normally, around this time of year, the Department of Criminal Justice and Social Science would host their annual Criminal Justice Job/Internship Fair. This year, with the pandemic still raging, the Criminal Justice Speaker Series will begin in its place. From noon to 12:50 p.m. every Thursday throughout the spring 2021 semester, various criminal justice agencies … Continue reading

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