Resident Director writes book about life and finding God

Anthony Jarrell always loved to be creative. Whether it was making videos in high school or expressing his musical talents, he loved being able to share his happiness with others. Most recently, the Resident Director (RD) from of Martin hall ventured into something he never thought he would ever do- write a book. While being an RD and helping create … Continue reading

The show must go on… all over again

The performance of the comedy “Dearly Beloved” is once again being performed by the Waynesburg University theatrical department as an encore. The weekend of Aug. 11 and Aug. 12, the first production of this show was performed and got such large crowds and wonderful feedback that a third performance has been scheduled for Sept. 30, … Continue reading

Wu Idol Round one: Students sing summer hits

The Goodwin Performing Arts Center was filled with students, family and competition on the evening of Sept. 15. Season thirteen of Waynesburg Idol, round one, started at 8 p.m. Four judges took their seats as each contestant followed them onto the stage for an introduction. A total of eleven students competed in round one, singing … Continue reading

From WU students to graduates to staff

Throughout college, students are often asked what their goals are, what they want to do after they graduate and where they want to be in the near future. Often times, students have their plans mapped out in their minds, but things don’t always go the way they are planned to go. But, that doesn’t mean … Continue reading

Campus surviving first semester without free coffee

For the first time in over seven years, Waynesburg University’s Eberly Library entered a Fall semester without a coffee bar. Last semester, to put more funding towards other endeavors, Student Senate decided to no longer fund the coffee bar. The coffee bar was estimated to have taken up over half the Senate’s budget. Student Senate … Continue reading

Beyond Fiat Lux: Program designed for faculty and staff

Faculty and staff were invited to attend an on-campus retreat sponsored by the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE) from Aug. 8 through 10. The retreat circled around enabling faculty and staff to help students realize and find their calling in life. On the first day of the event, attendees participated in a dinner … Continue reading

Student former contender for Penguins National Anthem

Her passion for singing started at three-years-old. She picked up the hymnbook in church one Sunday and from there her love for singing took off. She performed in church groups and chorus through her schooling. Even here at Waynesburg, she partakes in the various musical groups on campus. Taking advantage of every opportunity that came … Continue reading