SAB adapts to COVID-19 guidelines, hosts movie night outside

The Student Activities Board presented "The Hunger Games" on the big screen in Johnson Commons last weekend

Video courtesy of Rebekah Vaughan, WCTV Fri., Sept. 11, the Waynesburg University Student’s Activity Board hosted an outdoor movie night showcasing the film The Hunger Games. Students were encouraged to bring something to sit on and to enjoy the complimentary glow sticks, popcorn, and candy that were provided by SAB. The movie night was held … Continue reading

Hagler floors Hearns in short but vicious bout

Marvelous Marvin Hagler assumed the worst. Maybe that’s what brought out the best in him. His face was a mess. Bright red blood dripping off his shiny bald head. These were the consequences of a battle that, through two rounds, was already one of the most intense, exhilarating and, overall, violent in the history of … Continue reading

COLUMN: NBA Finals Review

Against all odds, the Lakers win one for Kobe

No NBA champion has ever faced the amount of adversity the Los Angeles Lakers have this season. It’s impossible to put into words what this title means, but the story of how we got here isn’t one I, or any other Lakers fan, will ever forget. This season tipped off under normal circumstances. With a … Continue reading

Losers no more

The Washington Capitals finally won the Stanley Cup

They finally did it. The Washington Capitals will be remembered as winners. The wait is over. A 44-year drought was snapped by a team of destiny. Capitals radio play by play announcer John Walton had the perfect words to start the celebration after the Capitals won the last faceoff in their defensive zone. “It’s not … Continue reading

Jackets pull away in second half, take care of Bethany

Two teams will meet again Monday night

Senior day at the Rudy Marisa Fieldhouse Saturday afternoon, as always was, laced with sentimentality. Alli DeLaney and Erin Joyce both took the hardwood with their families before the game, as the public address announcer listed their accomplishments and plans for life in the real world. It was a fitting tribute, but if the Yellow … Continue reading

PREVIEW: Men’s basketball looks to complete season sweep against St. Vincent

Jackets aiming to snap six-game skid

It was a hard-fought battle when Waynesburg (4-9, 4-18) and St. Vincent (6-7, 11-11) played in Latrobe. The Jackets came out on top 73-68 in overtime, ending their six-game losing streak against the Bearcats. Waynesburg looks to end a six-game losing streak on the season on Saturday. Coach Tim Fusina said that St. Vincent can … Continue reading

No Evans, no problem

Not the next Jake Evans, but the first Rocky McGeary

Heading into the 2019-2020 season, there were a lot of concerns if the Waynesburg University wrestling team would be able to replace former Division III National Champion Jake Evans. The Yellow Jackets wrestling team would’ve been happy to just make up for half of Evans’ production. Knowing whose boots he was filling, freshman heavyweight Rocky … Continue reading