WLU celebrates International Education Month

By Dakota Knotts, Contributing Writer   During the first few weeks of November, West Liberty University will be celebrating International Education Month. The event is hosted by SPICES, the campus international club.  More »

MBA adds healthcare management concentration

By Emily Salvatori, Editor   The Master of Business Administration added a new concentration in healthcare management. It was approved in September, and will be available for students in the fall of More »

Printmaking class exchanges art with Muhlenberg College

By Macy Santicola, Advertising Manager   West Liberty University students of Printmaking I, taught by Assistant Professor of Art Martyna Matusiak, participated in a portfolio exchange with students from Muhlenberg College’s Printmaking More »

WLU, WVNCC sign guaranteed admission agreement 

By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor   West Liberty University and West Virginia Northern Community College signed an admission agreement on Monday, Oct. 22. With the new agreement, WVNCC students are guaranteed admission More »

‘Courting Wonder’ encourages thought, imagination

By Dakota Knotts, Contributing Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 30, the Nutting Gallery hosted “Courting Wonder,” an exhibition featuring the works of Thomas Wharton. The gallery displayed astounding works of art that could More »

 

WLU celebrates International Education Month

By Dakota Knotts, Contributing Writer
 
During the first few weeks of November, West Liberty University will be celebrating International Education Month. The event is hosted by SPICES, the campus international club

MBA adds healthcare management concentration

By Emily Salvatori, Editor
 
The Master of Business Administration added a new concentration in healthcare management. It was approved in September, and will be available for students in the fall of 2019.

Printmaking class exchanges art with Muhlenberg College

By Macy Santicola, Advertising Manager
 
West Liberty University students of Printmaking I, taught by Assistant Professor of Art Martyna Matusiak, participated in a portfolio exchange with students from Muhlenberg College’s Printmaking I class taught by Professor Emily Orzech

WLU, WVNCC sign guaranteed admission agreement 

By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor
 
West Liberty University and West Virginia Northern Community College signed an admission agreement on Monday, Oct. 22. With the new agreement, WVNCC students are guaranteed admission to WLU after they complete their associate degree. 

‘Courting Wonder’ encourages thought, imagination

By Dakota Knotts, Contributing Writer

On Tuesday, Oct. 30, the Nutting Gallery hosted “Courting Wonder,” an exhibition featuring the works of Thomas Wharton. The gallery displayed astounding works of art that could have only been achieved through years of hard work and passion towards his craft.

Students should remember to take time to unwind

By Gabrielle Blanchard, Assistant Editor
 
It’s no secret or surprise that college students seem to be under endless amounts of stress. A paper for this class, a project for another, going to games, participating in club and group activities, and for some, the addition of homesickness: it’s a lot to deal with for months on end, with the pressure only growing from month to month. Sometimes, it feels like college students are just trying to survive and get through the day, more than they are enjoying their lives.

Trumpet Solo: Alexis Montes

Compiled by Mimi Albon, Contributing Writer
 
Alexis Montes, the Athletic Advancement Coordinator, is a West Liberty University alumna. She received her bachelor’s in education with a concentration in athletic administration, and went to Marshall University for a master’s degree in sports administration.

Lady Toppers begin season in MEC/PSAC Challenge

By Kendrick Jackson, Contributing Writer
 
Hilltopper women’s basketball begins their regular season this weekend in the annual MEC/PSAC Challenge. However, fans will have to wait until next week for their first home game. 

Men’s basketball set to tip-off 2018-19 season

By Cody Shook, Sports Editor
 
The West Liberty University Hilltoppers men’s basketball team will start their season at home tonight, Nov. 9, as they take on the Kutztown University Golden Bears. Game time is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. in the ASRC. 

WLU volleyball travels down the hill for MEC tournament

By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor
 
West Liberty University’s volleyball team will head down the hill to Wheeling Jesuit University’s McDonough Center today, Thursday, Nov. 8, to play in the Mountain East Conference Volleyball Tournament, starting play at 5 p.m.