Beehive employee finds solace in work

Interacting with students makes fast-paced job worthwhile

As the lunch hour begins, the line grows longer and hungry students form a line like dominoes being stacked behind one another. A smiling face is seen behind the counter. The face, greeting students with a dose of humor and a side of fries is longtime Beehive employee, Tracie Campbell. Campbell has been with the … Continue reading

Students to host ‘Take Back the Night’

Event to raise awareness of sexual assault

On April 11, in Alumni Hall, Peer Education will be hosting the event “Take Back the Night.” The event has been going on for more than 10 years now and is designed to bring awareness of sexual assault to young adults. “Sexual assault is a really big issue and people often overlook just how prevalent … Continue reading

Senate votes to remove Eberly coffee bar

At their weekly meeting on Tuesday, the Waynesburg University Student Senate passed a bill that will remove the coffee bar in Eberly Library at the close of the Spring 2017 Semester. After years of attempts to make the coffee bar more cost-effective, Student Senate will no longer fund the bar effective after finals week concludes. … Continue reading

Academic Affairs adjusts exit strategies for senior students

Changes made to surveys, interviews

With the end of the year approaching, seniors are wrapping up their college careers. This year, changes have been made to the exit interview process in order to make a simpler and faster method of closing out their time in college. The changes were originally implemented for the December graduates as well to give the … Continue reading

Orientation Board prepares for new students’ weekend

As students arrive at Waynesburg University in August, the New Student Orientation Leaders are some of the most visible people on campus. They’re the students who help out with the games and numerous activities that take place during orientation the weekend before classes begin. However, the planning for that weekend starts well before the leaders … Continue reading

Students find calling with Ed. Dept.

According to a national statistic, two out of every three college students change their major at least once. State statistics say that at least 50 percent of incoming college students are undecided about their majors. Waynesburg University senior Olivia Latimer realized she was in that same position when she decided she wanted switch her major … Continue reading

Award-winning career path leads adjunct to WU

Melinda Roeder was home at her apartment when she got the phone call. She needed to get her photographer because an F4 tornado had struck the small town of Spencer, South Dakota, about an hour away from the news station that recently hired her. The first thing she saw was lights. Blinding, disorienting lights accompanied … Continue reading

Peer Ed. conveys value of time in nature

On Thursday, March 23, on the second floor of Stover Center in the Student Organization Room, Waynesburg University’s Peer Educators (Peer Ed) hosted “Lost Within The Trees,” an event designed to promote the benefits of spending time outdoors. Some features of the event included a tent, a hammock, a list of hiking destinations in Waynesburg … Continue reading