Marley Wolf

Waynesburg campus to host blood drive

In January of 2022, the American Red Cross declared the first ever blood crisis. The crisis stayed and the nation is still in a shortage of blood. As stated on the American Red Cross website, every two seconds someone in the country needs blood.  Jo Hart, MLT, director of the lab at Greene County Medical … Continue reading

Bowlby Library Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On March 4, the Eva K. Bowlby Public Library unveiled another service to the community with a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of their Exploration and Creativity Studio. Kathy McClure, the library’s executive director, welcomed all of the visitors to the ceremony by kicking it off with a little bit of history about the … Continue reading

Waynesburg University students attend The Washington Center internship

For the first time since the spring semester of 2020, two students from Waynesburg University are attending The Washington Center’s (TWC) semester-long academic internship program in Washington D.C.  Waynebsurg’s TWC liaison, Sarah Bell, who is the career development specialist and study abroad coordinator on campus, described a little about the program and what it consists … Continue reading

Local library launches children into STEM program

On Thursday, Feb. 10, the Eva K. Bowlby Public Library will hold its monthly STEM class at 5 p.m.  This will be the final monthly class held now that the library is transitioning the class time to  every Thursday evening at 5 p.m. The change will start in March and extend until early May. “We … Continue reading

University SAB selling candy grams

In the name of giving and spreading love for Valentine’s Day, Waynesburg University’s Student Activities Board is selling candy grams for students and faculty to send to one other. These grams consist of candy in a Waynesburg University mug with ribbon and a flower on top. SAB’s Graduate Assistant Megan McElligot expressed the benefits of … Continue reading

Q&A: IT alert system and phishing scams

Phishing scams are nothing new for students at Waynesburg University. The Information Technology Department on campus has an alert system that contacts students when they receive these scams. Phishing scams are common; yet, many students do not know what to do when they receive them or how to protect themselves against their effects.  Waynesburg’s Senior … Continue reading

Student Senate makes cutbacks in budget

It is that point in the semester when it is time for Waynesburg University’s Student Senate to propose their budget and allocations for the upcoming semester. This semester, the Senate has decided not to ask for any allocations from the university to operate. According to president Luke Diel, the Senate has enough money in their … Continue reading