What makes the right to vote so important?

The right to vote in America has been complicated since its inception. When voting was first established, it was typically white, male, land owners who voted. From there, it shifted to solely white males. As time has gone by, the majority of America is given the right to vote once you are 18 years old. … Continue reading

Why choose education

“Why did you choose education?” Seven Waynesburg University students were asked this question to gauge the reasons why higher education is appealing.  Ethan Mata “Because the career I want requires further education than high school,” Ethan Mata, a freshman nursing major, answered. Mata spoke about how he knew he wanted to work in the healthcare … Continue reading

Writers’ Strike is Over!

On May 2, 2023, Hollywood froze as the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) unanimously voted to go on strike against the major film and television companies for the first time since 2007. Some may recall the 2007-2008 writers’ strike which affected major film franchises like Transformers, James Bond, and other stand alone films that decided … Continue reading

Pass me the turkey

Thanksgiving break, only the best time of the year. Great home cooked meals, time with your family, football, and not a single worry in the world. I believe it is the most peaceful, and relaxing break of the entire school year.  Peaceful is the best word to describe what is the single best holiday of … Continue reading

The Help We Give

School is back in session here at Waynesburg University. With all the students back on campus and classes in full swing, there is a lot of hustle and bustle on campus. But what does that look like off campus?  There are about 1,700 students that attend Waynesburg University. Each one of them not only brings … Continue reading