Donations surpass set goal on Day of Giving

On Thursday Nov. 4, Waynesburg University hosted their 6th annual WU Day of Giving. This event is a major campaign for donations to Waynebsurg. According to Waynesburg University’s official website, The money raised goes toward providing 90% of students their financial aid, enhancing educational programs, maintaining a safe and healthy campus and more. This year, … Continue reading

Q&A: Skeete ‘could not stop smiling’ to stay at WU

Six months ago, Isaiah Skeete was walking across the stage to grab his diploma. Skeete, a criminal justice graduate, was looking to land a career in his field of choice and found one in probations. In addition to his intended pursuits, Skeete also stumbled across a graduate assistant position with Waynesburg’s student activities. Fast forward … 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

Department of Communication to host internship presentations

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Waynesburg University’s Department of Communication will host the second round of COM 465 internship presentations Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 12 p.m. in the McCance Auditorium. Attendance is limited and will be restricted to invite only. The presenters will include Brooke Fuller, Rachel Pellegrino and Rachel Sanders. Fuller, senior communication major with a minor in public … Continue reading

Harvest Fest rolled into Waynesburg

Video courtesy of WCTV, Rebekah Vaughan Pumpkins, music, and a friendly competition between university faculty and students. What more could be asked for from the annual Harvest Fest event put on by the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board? On Thursday, Oct. 28 from 4-6 P.M, the SAB teamed up WCYJ, the university radio station, to … Continue reading

Powderpuff ends in a tie

Video courtesy of WCTV, Brock Owens   Saturday, October 30, John F. Wiley Stadium hosted a football game, but the football team was not on the field. Instead, it was women across campus competing in the Powderpuff football game. The game was planned to raise money for breast cancer awareness.  A minimum donation of $2 … Continue reading

B-I-N-G-O: the ‘classic’ college student game

Video courtesy of WCTV, Lachlan Loudon Every year, the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosts a Halloween-themed bingo night, meaning that students were invited to dress in costume to win special prizes. Those dressed up received special bingo cards that increased their chances of winning the big-ticket items. The cast of characters in attendance consisted of … Continue reading

Communication students share internship experiences

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On Tuesday, Nov. 9, the first presentations of the fall COM 465 internship course will take place in McCance Auditorium in Buhl Hall at 12 p.m. Attendance is limited. A personal invitation from the presenters is required for admission. The presentations will be made by three Department of Communication seniors, Keaton Moorhead, Jared Wiker and … Continue reading

Notes of history

Roberts Chapel is home to many hymnals available for students during Tuesday services, but Eberly Library is the home to an older kind of hymnal. These hymnals contain shape notes and date back to the Civil War. The hope for the hymnals is to digitize their pages to be made available online for public viewing. … Continue reading