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

Waynesburg’s Spring Semi-Formal 

Waynesburg University’s Student Activities Board has prepared its Spring Semi Formal for students to enjoy on Friday, April 8, from 7-11 p.m. at the Lakeside Venues in  McClellandtown, Pennsylvania. Tickets cost $20 for each person attending the event.  Pat Bristor, Waynesburg’s associate dean of students, was in charge of the Spring Semi Formal. However, according … Continue reading

Thiel stings Waynesburg for fourth-straight loss

The Waynesburg University men’s basketball team (12-11, 8-8 PAC) hosted Thiel College (6-15, 5-10) this past Monday Feb. 14 for a Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) matchup at the Rudy Marisa Fieldhouse. The Valentines Day showdown would not end well for Waynesburg, as Thiel would escape with a 55-50 overtime victory. Waynesburg’s head coach Tim Fusina … Continue reading

A magical bingo night

Bingo night has always been a largely attended event for the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board. The same rang true for the first bingo event of the semester. On Wednesday, Jan. 19, the university’s SAB hosted the first bingo night of the spring 2022 semester. Students came together at 8 p.m. in the Benedum Dining … Continue reading

College campuses are nuts about squirrels 

Waynesburg’s campus is home to two things: students and squirrels. This fall semester, Waynesburg University students participated in a national research study to learn more about their college counterpart.  The national study, conducted by Squirrel-Net, looks into the behavior of squirrels across North American college campuses. The study, which started in 2017, provides undergraduate students … Continue reading

University seeking proposals for BWHET conference

The window to submit a proposal for presentation at the upcoming Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Conference hosted by the Waynesburg University graduate counseling program is currently open.  The conference will be held near Pittsburgh, Pa in April of next year. The program is looking for proposals about “advocacy in action” within the field … Continue reading

Spring planning

There is one week left of the semester and we’re already springing into the next. The 2022 spring academic calendar is officially completed and posted on Waynesburg University’s website. After the 2021 fall semester ends next week, the University’s undergraduate programs will begin a month-long winter recess period. Undergraduate students will be back on campus … Continue reading

Winter weather preview

Snow removal crews in Greene County are preparing for the upcoming winter Snow removal crews around the area are preparing for the upcoming winter weather. According to a press release from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Greene County area will experience slightly more precipitation than average, along with slightly warmer temperatures than average.  … Continue reading

Waynesburg to host PRSSA conference

Every year, the Public Relations Student Society of America hosts a national conference. These conferences are highly regarded for improving a school’s popularity and attendance ratings.   PRSSA usually is held at bigger schools such as California State University, Michigan State University. and Point Park University, but this year one of the conferences will be held … Continue reading

Finish strong at the finish line

“College is supposed to be tough.” I overheard this quote a few weeks ago from Lanny Frattare, my mentor and former voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates, when I walked past his classroom. He has a great point. College is supposed to be difficult.  Students aren’t entitled to a degree for just paying the price of … Continue reading

College campuses are nuts about squirrels

Waynesburg’s campus is home to two things: students and squirrels. This fall semester, Waynesburg University students participated in a national research study to learn more about their college counterpart.  The national study, conducted by Squirrel-Net, looks into the behavior of squirrels across North American college campuses. The study, which started in 2017, provides undergraduate students … Continue reading