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Students perform one-act show 

Waynesburg thespians take the stage once again this semester with the one-act performance “Courting 101,” directed by senior biblical ministries major and minor in theater, Heather Ratcliff.  In her course, directing for the stage, instructed by Professor Edward Powers, Ratcliff has received the opportunity to step into the new position of director. After two one-act … Continue reading

Insight into Emily Weidner

 Finding a niche does not always come naturally. For Emily Weidner, her niche was a surprise. Weidner is currently an adjunct instructor of the Fine Arts Department and the director of the Benedum Fine Arts Gallery.  Weidner graduated from Waynesburg University in 2017, studying visual arts and art administration. “Waynesburg is definitely something that God … Continue reading

“Whodunnit” in Waynesburg’s theater program this fall?

The Waynesburg University fall play is right around the corner and the Waynesburg University  Players have been working hard preparing for a show that will impress the 2021 audiences.  “And Then There Were None,” is a play written by Agatha Christie, which first began as an award-winning novel. In 1955, Christie was the first recipient … Continue reading

eHive hosts annual “Something from Nothing” challenge

The Waynesburg University eHive’s fourth annual “Something from Nothing” Innovation Challenge was underway last week as students participated in creating an object of value out of recycled plastic waste.   Like last year’s innovation challenge, this fall semester’s competition has come with its own challenges. The eHive’s Program Coordinator, Cassy Dorsch, described the difficult process in … Continue reading

Preventing teen dating violence

Domestic violence is not to be taken lightly. Domestic violence is a serious issue that deserves a serious attitude. Though it seems as if it could never happen to you, it’s crucial to be aware of the issue. Although it may be hard to see, there could be someone close to you that is experiencing … Continue reading

A walk for Mullen

On August 6th of 2019, Michael Mullen, a recent graduate of Jefferson-Morgan High School, took his own life. Michael lettered in football and band during his time in high school. He had a loving family and had many friends in school. The community was heart broken and shocked to hear about  the loss of Michael. … Continue reading

Selfie Scavenger Hunt

A new way to get up and active during the pandemic

After months of being in a stay at home order with little to do, the Greene County United Way felt that it was time to get the community involved again. “We wanted to figure out a way that we could safely … do something to get people out of the house and around the community, … Continue reading

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The Yellow Jacket Print Newspaper is back for a Special Fall 2021 Edition.

Pick up your copy around campus Friday, December 3! Copies will also be available at select locations around the community. Happy holidays and happy reading!