DETAILS OF MAY 7 COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES RELEASED

West Liberty University will hold its spring Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 7, at 11:00 a.m. in the Academic, Sports and Recreation Complex (ASRC).  Doors will open for seating at 9:30 a.m. Tickets are not required.  Parking will be available for guests behind the ASRC. Dr. John P. McCullough, retiring Executive VP/Provost/Chief Administrative Officer, will … Read More

2011 MAD FESTIVAL SET FOR APRIL 29

On April 29th, over 200 students from 17 area high schools will descend on West Liberty University’s Media Arts Center to take part in an all day MAD event. The 2011 Media Arts and Design festival will provide a wide array of sessions and workshops in the media arts. Guest speakers will provide expertise on … Read More

FREE CONCERT AT CAPITOL THEATRE THURSDAY EVENING

The West Liberty University Wind Ensemble will perform a free concert at the Capitol Theatre, 1015 Main Street in Wheeling, this Thursday evening April 28 at 7:30.  The performance is open to the public. The featured performer is Matt Harder, chair of West Liberty’s Department of Music and Theatre.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

OVERWHELMING RESPONSE TO GREAT GALA LEAVES EVENT SOLD OUT

West Liberty University’s first Great Gala event is sold out after an overwhelming response from the community. The Great Gala is set for April 30 in the Glessner Auditorium at Oglebay Park. Festivities begin with a cocktail reception at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and entertainment at 7 p.m. Music will be provided by the … Read More

GREAT GALA PROMISES TO BE TOP SOCIAL EVENT OF THE YEAR

Evening Formal at Oglebay To Relive 1920′s; Benefit for University’s New Health Care Sciences Building One of the Wheeling area’ s biggest celebrations ever is fast approaching, West Liberty University’s first ever Great Gala, a formal evening event with a 1920’ s-period theme. The Great Gala is set for April 30 in the Glessner Auditorium … Read More

SURVIVOR OF RWANDAN GENOCIDE TO SPEAK ON WEST LIBERTY CAMPUS

An eight months pregnant ethnic Tutsi whose husband was slaughtered by machete-bearing Hutu extremists in April 1994 will be on West Liberty’s campus to describe how she survived the Rwandan genocide of 800,000. Eugenie Mukeshimana will relate how she and her newborn daughter escaped the bloodshed when she visits on Monday, April 18 at 7:30 … Read More