Trapped: Students stuck in elevator for over 3 hours

It was a typical Sunday evening on Sept. 13 for this group of students. Football, last-minute homework and a soon-to-be McDonald’s run was cut short when Isaiah Skeete, Luke Diel, Leesha Wagner and Chris Agnew realized that the Willison Hall elevator door wouldn’t open upon arrival to the first floor. “We had Isaiah call Tyler … Continue reading

Dining hall restrictions change during pandemic

Students got a first glimpse of the new campus life that they would be living in July, when Shari Payne, Vice President of Enrollment, sent out a campus-wide email informing students on the new restrictions in the Beehive and Benedum Dining Hall.  The email outlined the first steps of Waynesburg’s Wellness Plan for the dining … Continue reading

Dining hall workers adapt to COVID-19 changes

With the wave of COVID-19, many changes have been made at Waynesburg University, the most noticeable being in Benedum Dining Hall. Christopher Zaccheus, a dining hall employee, explained the main changes to the food system. “Some of the changes that have been put in place are that workers have to serve all the food instead … Continue reading

Bringing Waynesburg University diversity and belonging

Rooted in Waynesburg’s mission statement, the new Diversity and Belonging Initiative which is run through the Pathways Center focuses on cultivating student growth through education and providing a support system for all.  With many components such as programming, a student advisory board and a leadership team composed of individuals from around campus, the program is … Continue reading

COVID-19 update on campus

Waynesburg University remains open as administrators monitor the campus community and continue to stress the “Keep Waynesburg Well” plan. On Tuesday, Oct. 6, Waynesburg University President Douglas Lee provided students and staff with an update on COVID-19 cases on campus. Lee praised students and staff for their commitment to following guidelines set to prevent the … Continue reading

3D printers introduced to Waynesburg University

Andrew Heisey, chair of the fine arts department is turning visions into reality with his new 3D printers and prototyping class. After two years of experimenting with ideas and finding materials for affordable prices, Heisey was able to place the 3D printer into the hands of students this semester. “The idea of 3D printing is … Continue reading

Eberly Library explores the past

Staff and students dive into Greene County's history

Eberly library is a hotspot for many. Whether it be for class, books or the computer lab, it has a little bit for everyone on campus. Recently the library’s staff and students have started new projects after discovering part of Greene County’s history. Senior and library staff member Brendon Stead explained what exactly was found. … Continue reading

Waynesburg University students get creative for Innovation Challenge

Video Courtesy of WCTV This month, Waynesburg University hosted its third annual Innovation Challenge, which is a competition designed to encourage creativity and innovation among students. Due to COVID-19, the format of the challenge has changed slightly.  “The first two years, we did things a little bit differently,” Melinda Walls, Stover Chair of Entrepreneurial Leadership, … Continue reading