Waynesburg University welcomes new campus store

Video courtesy of WCTV, Riley Holsinger The Waynesburg University community is buzzing about the new campus store, The Nest.  Located at a previous on-campus house, 84 Wayne Street, the newly renovated store offers a variety of Waynesburg clothing and apparel as well as a place to hangout. So far, the store-which opened the first week … Continue reading

University SAB hosts first Coffee House of the semester

Video courtesy of WCTV, Rebekah Vaughan Coffee and caffeinated beverages are a staple in many college students’ daily routine. The Waynesburg University Student Activity Board hosted the first Coffee House of the fall 2021 semester, providing a relaxing environment for students to work on classwork while sipping coffee.  Free iced and hot coffee were provided … Continue reading

Waynesburg University to take part in National Suicide Prevention Week

To kick off the Wellness Initiative, the Waynesburg University Counseling Center, more specifically Nathan Altman and Chaley Knight, are taking charge of National Suicide Prevention Week with supportive events on campus. National Suicide Prevention Week is September 6-10 this year. Since the week starts with Labor Day, there will not be any events held on … Continue reading

A poem on racial injustice in the U.S.

How can I mourn when everyone around me is laughing? How can I mourn when I am the only black person and everyone else is white surrounding me? How can they understand? I wanted to cry, but the room I was in was laughing. I wanted my tears to flow down my face for the … Continue reading

Commencement 2021: What to expect in second year of ceremonies amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

During a school year that happened virtually for so many students across America, Waynesburg University graduates not only got to spend their last year learning in the classroom amidst the pandemic, but they also get to have an in-person commencement ceremony surrounded by their classmates and family members. According to the Waynesburg University official website, … Continue reading

“Won’t You Help Your Neighbor” Campaign

Alone, stranded, isolated and in solitude—these are what students in quarantine on-campus might be experiencing due to COVID-19 protocols, according to the “Won’t You Help Your Neighbor” campaign. Led by campaign director Adrian Barnhart, this campaign’s goal is to ease those feelings of loneliness. Students can either be quarantined for a week or a month, … Continue reading

Fans back in the stands

The sports season is up and running at Waynesburg University and the addition of family and students spectators returning to attendance brings a renewed sense of normalcy for the first time since the pandemic’s arrival. The Presidents Athletic Conference Council voted to leave the external policies for the fall and spring outdoor sports for the … Continue reading