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

Pandemic preps nursing students for future career

The Waynesburg University nursing program is ready to send the class of 2021 into the workforce as the medical community continues to battle the COVID-19 Pandemic. The program has been honored many times for their excellence, ranking number one overall in value in the state of Pennsylvania and top 5% in value nationwide by College … Continue reading

Scott definitely ready to enter the field of psychology

Graduating this year, Brittany Scott, psychology major, exemplified everything a college student should be. Dr. Jenny Jellison, professor of psychology, had a multitude of words to describe her soon-to-be former student: mature, responsible, sincere, passionate, considerate, respectful, the list goes on. “Brittany is simply a joy to be around,” Jellison said. “She genuinely celebrates the … Continue reading

Business seniors sharing their grace and flexibility

Chairperson for the Business Administration Department and Professor of Marketing Gordon McClung believes that the senior class has taught the department, specifically the faculty, grace and flexibility.  “In my experience, the senior class was open to changes in delivery methods,” McClung said. “They were also understanding that their professors were also having to adapt to … Continue reading

Criminal Justice seniors adjust to pandemic challenges

“This group of seniors has really impressed me with their evolution over the past four years,” said Adam Jack, chairperson for the Criminal Justice and Social Sciences Department at Waynesburg University.  Jack teaches a course that all criminal justice majors take as freshmen, as well as their senior capstone course. “It is really rewarding to … Continue reading

Hillgrove: “Each one of us can be very successful”

The end of another school year means something to everyone whether it is happiness or sadness. For the seniors at Waynesburg University it means graduation has come and it is their time to turn the page over to their next endeavours. “It is absolutely a bitter-sweet feeling,” senior electronic media major Lindsey Stenger said about … Continue reading

Mendes is the “relational glue” within her department

Waynesburg University’s mission revolves around faith, service and learning. The biblical and ministry studies major shows the fruits of this mission. Sarah Mendes, a children and youth ministry major, bears these fruits. “While Sarah has demonstrated a strong ability in the classroom, her commitment to seeking opportunities to gain practical experience outside of the classroom … Continue reading