Monthly Archives: November 2014

Elbin Library hosts party to celebrate new technology

By Hannah Mason, Assistant Editor

 On Monday, Dec. 1, the Elbin Library will be hosting a Library Open House event called “Merry Tech-Mas,” from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to enjoy cake, punch, and the chance to win door prizes, in celebration of the Elbin Library’s new technological advances this semester.

Audition Notice for Under Milk Wood

Calling all West Liberty students that have an interest in acting and or singing! Kelly Theater will be holding auditions for Under Milk Wood next month. More than 35 roles are currently available and the need for actors and actresses is increasing quite rapidly. All students are encouraged to audition.

More Student Poems

Student poems continued.

Student Poems

Here is a compilation of poems written by some of the students here at West Liberty.

Nutting Gallery showcases printmaking

By Emily Dawson, Contributing Writer

The Nutting Gallery is now showcasing “Paper View,” collections of art by Randy Yoho and Maria Mangano.

Make a game plan to tackle course pre-registration

By Jessica Broverman, Editor

Pre-registration is always a battle.

Whether you want to take classes that your advisor says you can’t or you simply don’t know how to prepare your schedule, we all have to go through the struggle that is registering for classes.

West Virginia Research set to host STEM event

By Jessica Broverman, Editor

Photo Credit: Carlos Suarez

The Division of Science and Research in Charleston, W.Va. will be holding a presentation entitled, “How to be a Lifelong Explorer: Leadership through the Lens of Exploration and Invention.”

WLU-TV 14 video footage featured on CNBC

By Hannah Mason, Assistant Editor

On Monday, Oct. 27, a video produced by WLU-TV 14 was featured on the Tech Crowd segment of CNBC’s technology news destination, Squawk Alley.

The video profiled a project called SecureSelfies. SecureSelfies is a new brand of protection technology for smartphones and other devices, developed by West Virginia-based start-up Confirmix, a company that develops enterprise and consumer identity authentication products. The CBNC Squawk Alley Tech Crowd segment pitted SecureSelfies against another up-and-coming brand of security technology called Cyber Ghost for the title of Tech Crowd leader of the week. CNBC announced on Friday, Oct. 31 that SecureSelfies won, with 68.22% of the vote from the online poll.

“The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” Preview

By Tara Adamczyk, Advertising Manager

After dealing with a major set back due to renovations in the Kelly Theatre, The Hilltop Players are ready to open the 2014-2015 theater season with the dramatic comedy “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot”.

Don’t Judge an Actor by his Movie: The Many Faces of Celebs

By Ben Rogers, Contributing Writer

Celebrities with nationally recognizable faces do not experience average lives.