Band, choir students perform final music concert of the year

Waynesburg University hosted its annual spring concert, Saturday, April 8, showcasing the concert choir and the symphonic band. The choir portion of the show came first, and it featured a worship-themed set list, including “Psalm 23, “ He watching over Isreal” and “Give me Jesus”, as well as two pieces were featuring soloists. Those pieces … Continue reading

Houghton proud of ability to balance multiple commitments

With classroom observation hours, science labs, tutoring, work, class and clubs to juggle, organization and time management were key for Jessica Houghton during her time at Waynesburg University. Staying on top of it all and doing well is, Houghton said, one of her biggest accomplishments. Houghton spent her college career tutoring students in multiple science … Continue reading

New security officer holds passion for helping students

Two weeks ago, Robert Aberegg, a campus security officer, officially began work with Waynesburg University.Roughly a year ago, Aberegg was working as a Critical Incident Manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. After retiring, he spent time to himself to get back to what was meaningful to him in the workforce. “I took 10 months … Continue reading

SAB starts planning events to take place during 2017-18 year

The Waynesburg University Student Activities Board (SAB) met to begin planning events for the upcoming school year Sunday March 26.These events include the ever-popular Bingo, Bisque and Brews and trips to professional sporting matches, along with a few new events to promote more student involvement for SAB programs. “This year we are looking to add … Continue reading

Pgh. Business Times recognizes Lee as Outstanding CEO

Waynesburg University President Douglas Less was recently honored as one of the Pittsburgh Business Times’ 2017 Outstanding CEOs and Top Executives.   Lee was nominated for the recognition by Heidi Szuminsky, vice president of Institutional Advancement and University Relations at the university.  “I am on their email list, and when I saw that they were looking for … Continue reading

Student’s service translates into career

Amy Smith had her sights set on Waynesburg University since she was a young teenager. Years later, just when her college search was turning up empty, Waynesburg sent her a letter – “God is calling you to Waynesburg.” That sealed the deal. She left Copley, Ohio, to pursue a degree in forensic science at Waynesburg. … Continue reading