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
In recent years, the ways of consuming entertainment have changed drastically. We see more and more households cutting the cord on cable television to subscribe strictly to streaming services. Television news has taken an enormous hit, driving viewers to ask a ringing question… Is news still needed? You might think, “Well, I don’t watch television … Continue reading
Waynesburg University honors the life of the late Chancellor Timothy R. Thyreen.
Over the summer, Waynesburg University’s residence life staff rolled out a new door lock system for all seven of its residence life systems, changing from a swipe to a tap system. According to Heidi Dziak, assistant director of residence life and housing, the new system provides an added level of security. She said the new … Continue reading
Waynesburg University is once again buzzing with life as students settle into the fall semester and 2022-2023 academic year. According to President Douglas G. Lee, greeting returning students and welcoming new ones is one of the best parts of the new semester. “A wonderful spirit returns to campus when everyone comes back,” Lee said. “ … Continue reading