Rebekah Vaughan

Local drive-in open in off-season

The full history of the Skyview Drive-In in Carmichaels, Pennsylvania is shrouded in a cloud of mystery. Supposedly, the drive-in was built in 1946 and opened in July of ‘46. The current owners, Charles (Chuck) and Elizabeth (Liz) Walker bought the drive-in in April of 2007 after a long, personal history there. “I had started … Continue reading

Campus speaker discusses black influence on music culture

On Fri., Feb. 12, the Waynesburg University Fine Arts Department hosted a virtual conversation as part of their Performing Artist Series, discussing the history and soul of American music and how it was influenced by Black culture. This virtual conversation comes with many more for Black History Month.  Speaking at the virtual event was Joshua … Continue reading

University SAB hosts first Flannel Fest

Video courtesy of WCTV On Saturday, Oct. 17, the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board hosted its first ever Flannel Fest for students. The event took place in the tent in the chapel parking and in the parking lot behind the GPAC on campus. In the tent in the chapel parking lot, students were greeted with … Continue reading

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

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