Rachel Mangan

Campus clubs participate in Harvestfest

Waynesburg University hosted its annual Harvestfest Thursday, Oct. 26. The event, which was sponsored by Student Senate, has clubs and opportunity to fundraise donations for charitable causes. In years past, the money raised by each organization’s table went directly to that club or organization. This year, the money each organization raised was donated to a … Continue reading

WU to host fifth Merit Badge University

Waynesburg University’s fifth annual Merit Badge University will take place Nov. 4. The event gives local Boy Scouts the opportunity to earn one or two merit badges, depending on the class they take, while also gaining academic knowledge and experience from university instructors. The cost of the daylong event is $15, but that includes the … Continue reading

Service Saturdays allow opportunity for volunteering

Service Saturdays are a relatively new addition to the service opportunities that Waynesburg University students have to choose from. Now in their second year of operation, the service opportunity has seen significant growth in student involvement from students now having a consistent option to do their service on weekends. According to Assistant Dean of Students … Continue reading

Historic log cabin being relocated to Mingo Creek Park

The Sumney Log Cabin has begun process of relocation to Mingo Creek County Park. The historic cabin, aged at more than 200 years old, will be rebuilt in the boy scout camping area of the park. The structure’s new location will be only approximately five miles from where it originally stood, but the process of … Continue reading

Young mother continues to pursue degree

It is said that being a mom is the hardest job in the world. It is 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with no holidays or sick days. In blatant terms, being a mom is a full-time job and then some.  Being a college student is considered one of the most stressful points … Continue reading

SAB to host pumpkin palette painting with The Weekly Buzz

Despite the recent weather, with temperatures in the upper 80s, it is the start of the fall season. There are many different mile markers of the fall season at Waynesburg University including Jacket Fest, Homecoming, 5K’s and pumpkin spice-everything. But there is a new event that students could add to their fall and Homecoming season … Continue reading

From WU students to graduates to staff

Throughout college, students are often asked what their goals are, what they want to do after they graduate and where they want to be in the near future. Often times, students have their plans mapped out in their minds, but things don’t always go the way they are planned to go. But, that doesn’t mean … Continue reading

Beyond Fiat Lux: Program designed for faculty and staff

Faculty and staff were invited to attend an on-campus retreat sponsored by the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE) from Aug. 8 through 10. The retreat circled around enabling faculty and staff to help students realize and find their calling in life. On the first day of the event, attendees participated in a dinner … Continue reading

Musician Lakin performs at Coffeehouse

Southern California native, Lakin, performed at Waynesburg University’s first coffeehouse of the year as a one-woman show, with nothing more than a guitar and a looping station. Lakin was welcomed to the campus for her performance by a full house of students. In addition to students packing into the Beehive for Lakin’s performance, students were … Continue reading

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