Rebekah Vaughan

The world has changed and so have we

 I never imagined a world where mud masks wouldn’t be the first thing to pop up if you typed ‘face mask’ into the search bar on Amazon. Now, the page is full of the cloth masks with different fabric options and ones that claim to be more breathable. I’ve always been a go-with-the-flow kind of … Continue reading

Waynesburg University students get creative for Innovation Challenge

Video Courtesy of WCTV This month, Waynesburg University hosted its third annual Innovation Challenge, which is a competition designed to encourage creativity and innovation among students. Due to COVID-19, the format of the challenge has changed slightly.  “The first two years, we did things a little bit differently,” Melinda Walls, Stover Chair of Entrepreneurial Leadership, … Continue reading

RAs continue programming during pandemic

During a normal school year at Waynesburg University, students living in the residence halls could expect their resident assistants to plan events for them. This school year has been anything but normal, but the RAs are still hard at work to make the residents’ stay more fun.  RAs are still planning events and programs for … Continue reading

Dorm Room Rule Changes

What students should know about new policies in residence halls

Students at Waynesburg University may have already noticed some changes upon arrival on campus after an unexpectedly long summer break due to COVID-19.  One of the major changes affecting students pertains to the residence halls. New rules have been implemented by the University to keep students safe and limit the exposure on campus. Rule changes … Continue reading

Deadlines approaching for housing selections for 2020-2021 school year

With the end of the semester fast approaching, some students now need to complete the 2020-21 housing selection process remotely. Though students are no longer physically on Waynesburg University’s campus, things are business as usual with housing selection. “The process starts with on-campus houses, then suite-style doubles, then triples and quads and then finally traditional … Continue reading

Senior art major reflects on exhibit opening

For some, paintings and sculptures are a curiosity, making observers search for an artist’s meaning behind an artistic piece.  For the artist, these paintings and sculptures are a way to express and communicate emotions and ideas that would be difficult to express in other ways. For Waynesburg University senior Lydia Polarine, this is the case. … Continue reading

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