The 2022 election is only two days away. There are thousands of races nationwide: 435 house races, 34 senate races and thousands of state and local races that will define the country’s political landscape for the next two to six years. In Pennsylvania, there are a number of key races. There is an open seat … Continue reading
Pictured: An American flag hangs from two fire trucks during a funeral service for Larry Marshall. Marshall graduated from Waynesburg University in 1968 and worked at the university for ten years after retiring from a 39-year career in high school education. He was involved with the Waynesburg-Franklin Township Fire Company for over 57 years.
As students returned to Waynesburg University this Fall semester, they have noticed some of the changes the University put into play. One of the changes includes more local business that are offering student discounts. Pat Bristor, associate dean of students, has overseen the partnerships between Waynesburg and local business for about 7 years now. According … Continue reading
Returning home is a word that has come up numerous times. Alumni across all generations of Waynesburg University came together in order to return home. Of all the festivities surrounding Homecoming, one of the biggest on campus is the Homecoming football game. For Dr. Cornelius Coleman, a Waynesburg University alumni and current head football coach, … Continue reading
The Waynesburg University men’s soccer team will hold a free youth soccer day Saturday, Oct. 5. Local soccer players will have the chance to watch Waynesburg’s men’s and women’s teams play Westminister College. According to assistant coach Steven Haines, the event is a way to build community between collegiate teams and youth sports in the … Continue reading
Iron Senergy, a company that is based in Louisville, Kentucky, and operates longwall mines in Waynesburg, donated land that was previously being leased to Franklin Township. The park is located at 252 Jefferson Rd. “We had entered into a lease agreement on that park facility years ago with the other mining company that had owned … Continue reading
According to Google Maps, there are 20 churches in the 20 square miles surrounding Waynesburg University’s campus. Students are “encouraged to attend and get involved with local churches in the area” as a way to fulfill the faith element of Waynesburg’s mission, according to Waynesburg University’s website. Additionally, there are events on campus to connect … Continue reading
When I wrote the main, front-page story covering the Chancellor’s death, life and legacy, I strove to keep my personal opinions out of it. I wanted the facts and the sources to tell the story of his life, one that I am certainly not qualified to tell on my own. During the process of writing … Continue reading
It was an event far different than one you might expect at a water park. On a foggy Sept. 17 morning, Greene County residents gathered around the pool at the Greene County Water Park for the county’s parks and recreation department’s third annual Fishing Frenzy. According to Bret Moore, the director of Greene County’s parks … Continue reading
Waynesburg University honors the life of the late Chancellor Timothy R. Thyreen.