Noon Tunes features two student musicians

Last week the Student Activities Board (SAB) held another Noon Tunes session, this time featuring two of Waynesburg University’s very own students, junior psychology major Tess Marlin and senior biochemistry major Andrew Gordon. “I had jokingly brought up the idea to a member of SAB and they discussed it with Pat Bristor, and she then … Continue reading

Patrolling Criminal Justice’s new simulator

Department of Criminal Justice stays up-to-date with new equipment The basement of the CSI Center recently received a new addition that provides students with a “very realistic” patrolling experience.  The Department of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences was gifted with a Patrol Simulator 7 created by L3Harris. According to department Chairperson Adam Jack, this magnitude … Continue reading

WU Music Program hosts lunchtime recitals

The Waynesburg University Fine Arts Department Music Program will be presenting Chamber Works I on Thursday, Feb. 24 at noon in Roberts Chapel.  The program will be presented as a lunchtime recital. Students from the Applied Music Classes have been practicing since the beginning of the semester to put on these noontime performances. According to … Continue reading

Diving into diversity

In honor of Black History Month, Waynesburg University’s Diversity and Belonging Student Advisory Board is embracing education on campus. The club said they strive to clear misconceptions and inform Waynesburg of struggles different groups face through a book club, movie nights, discussion groups and even sharing a meal. Some of their February events include a … Continue reading

Service as a pillar at WU 

Service has always been a pillar at Waynesburg University, letting students exercise their ability to serve for over 50,000 hours a year.  The Center of Student Leadership is looking to involve more students and find a way to combat busy schedules by having late-night service projects from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday and … Continue reading

Q&A: Seasonal Depression

Are you feeling under the weather? Well, these gray skies and cold temperatures might not be the only reason you’re feeling SAD. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as seasonal depression, affects 5% of adults in the U.S. every year, according to the American Psychiatric Association website. People who experience seasonal depression are commonly affected … Continue reading

Waynesburg University faculty member publishes new book

In November 2021, Dr. Robert Randolph, a professor of English at Waynesburg University, published a book of poetry titled “The Appalachian Archive.”  The story began in 2006 when Randolph entered the annual Fernando Rielo World Prize for Mystical Poetry competition. Although he did not win, he was one of  13 finalists out of the 300 … Continue reading

University SAB selling candy grams

In the name of giving and spreading love for Valentine’s Day, Waynesburg University’s Student Activities Board is selling candy grams for students and faculty to send to one other. These grams consist of candy in a Waynesburg University mug with ribbon and a flower on top. SAB’s Graduate Assistant Megan McElligot expressed the benefits of … Continue reading

Waynesburg University PRSSA Awarded with sixth consecutive Chapter of the Year award

For the sixth consecutive year, Waynesburg University’s Public Relations Student Society of America Chapter was awarded the Chapter of the Year Award by PRSA Pittsburgh.  Last week on Jan. 27, the Public Relations Society of America hosted their first in-person Renaissance Awards Ceremony in two years, where Waynesburg’s PRSSA Chapter was awarded this prestigious honor. … Continue reading

Waynesburg students learn money management in weekly seminar

Courtesy of the Department of Business Administration, Money Matters Workshop Series will be hosted on Thursdays in the Center for Research and Economic Development (CRED) Room 104. The next meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 10. Money Matters is a seminar series designed to inform juniors and seniors about managing their wallets, going into topics like … Continue reading