Timothy Durkin

Charlie Batch visits Waynesburg University

On Thursday, Sept. 28, former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch visited Waynesburg University to give a speech as part of the Rosetta Kormuth DeVito Lecture Series.  Batch shared his three rules for success: “Be Ready, Be Resilient, and Be the Pro.” Each point was accompanied by a relevant story from his own experiences, such as … Continue reading

Tips for New Students

Every new academic year at Waynesburg University brings new students. Whether the students come in as freshmen or transfer over from another school, they all share one trait: they are new to campus. That level of unfamiliarity often leads to those students feeling lost at the beginning of their time at Waynesburg. If that applies … Continue reading

Cook hosts grant seminar

Pennsylvania State Representative Donald “Bud” Cook hosted a grant seminar on Tuesday, March 14 in the EQT Rec Center. The purpose of the event was to secure funding from the commonwealth for several projects. “We can build the broadband, we can build the marketing, we can build the access to all that stuff,” Cook said. … Continue reading

Integrated marketing class at Waynesburg to hold “Dodge for a Difference” event

An integrated marketing class at Waynesburg University will be hosting the “Dodge for a Difference” charity event April 20 in conjunction with the Best of the Batch Foundation to help children in need. This event acts as a project in Dr. Alexander Regina’s integrated marketing class. Last year’s “Fisch for a Cure” charity event also … Continue reading

Local historical site featured in Travel Channel series

The Greene County Historical Society was recently featured in an episode of the paranormal show “Kindred Spirits” that aired on Jan. 20.  Kindred Spirits is a television show starring Amy Bruni and Adam Berry as they take on “emotional and terrifying cases” to help distraught families according to Travel Channel’s website, www.travelchannel.com. One of its … Continue reading