New bookstore opens in Claysville

Looking for your next favorite book? A trip to Claysville might have you covered for your next go-to story. On Saturday, April 10, the Little House of Books opened its doors for business on Main Street in Claysville. The store, which is family-owned and operated, is roughly a 30-minute drive from the campus of Waynesburg … Continue reading

WU collects teddy bears for Ukraine

Waynesburg University is participating in a bear-y special collection, “Operation Teddy Friend.” The stuffed bear collection drive, which aims to bring comfort to those in Ukraine will last until April 22.  “I think all of us want to do something, but it’s like how and where can you help. And then, you know, there’s always … Continue reading

Support for Fischer taking place

The Yellow Jackets community has swarmed to support senior Corey Fischer amidst his battle against Ewing’s Sarcoma. Multiple fundraisers and events have been set into place to aid Fischer’s fight.  A 3v3 basketball tournament will be held on April 8 and will be followed up by a dodgeball tournament on April 21.  Existing with the … Continue reading

Waynesburg University celebrates 173 years

Even after 173 years, Waynesburg University is still coming together to celebrate. The university held its annual Charter Day celebration Tuesday, March 22. According to President Douglas Lee, events like this help build the Waynesburg community.  “Community is the essential part of this university experience,” Lee said. “Coming here and being a community and sharing … Continue reading

eHIVE to relocate

Ever since the campus store transitioned into The Nest on Wayne Street, its old location has been vacant. That vacancy is now being filled by the entrepreneurial hub for innovative ventures and endeavors (eHIVE). The eHIVE, which is currently located on the second floor of the Stover Campus Center, has already begun plans to relocate … Continue reading

Internship presentations are out of this galaxy

In a galaxy far far away … internship presentations are back this spring! Join the Department of Communication for its kickoff event on Tuesday, March 29 where four students will present their summer internships. Jedi Masters Lachlan Loudon, Scott Miller, Paige Livingston and Riley Holsinger will be bringing peace to McCance Auditorium at 12 p.m. … Continue reading

New group takes flight at Greene County Airport

Airport Restaurant set to reopen soon  The Greene County Airport is home to several aviation opportunities, and it just welcomed one more this spring. According to a press release issued by the Greene County Commissioners, the Pittsburgh Soaring Association recently became the newest tenant at the Greene County Airport. Mike Belding, Greene County Commissioner, expressed … Continue reading