By Walker Polivka, Contributing Writer West Liberty State College Alumnus Andy Coulter recently made the trip to Super Bowl LII as a News Photographer for WPXI-TV out of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Archives for February 2018
By Gabrielle Blanchard, Contributing Writer To say that I’ve been waiting for “Black Panther” would be an absolute understatement. I read comics and I’ve closely followed the Marvel Cinematic Universe (most commonly referred to as the MCU), and for the past few months, anxiously counted down the days until The King of Wakanda made his cinematic debut. As a…
By Sammie Stewart, Contributing Writer On Wednesday, Feb. 14, the Nutting Gallery opened a new exhibit called “Fragmentation.” The exhibit features art by three Polish artists— Michalina Wawrzyczek- Klasik, Michal Klasik and Artur Masternak.
By Yijing Shen, Contributing Writer The Gary E. West College of Business at West Liberty University will offer a new Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting in August 2018.
By Kendrick Jackson, Advertising Manager The Paul N. Elbin Library of West Liberty University recently upgraded several classrooms with new technology. This was made possible by the funding of the West Liberty University Foundation.
By Kendrick Jackson, Advertising Manager Senior guard Jordan Watson has been a vital part of the Hilltopper team this season. A transfer from Lincoln University (Pa.), Watson is shooting over 45 percent from behind the arc, the highest percentage on the team. However, there is so much more that lies beyond the player sporting the No. 1 jersey.
By Kendrick Jackson, Advertising Manager In Kyle Cooper’s first season as head coach of the West Liberty women’s basketball team, Coach Cooper returned the Lady Toppers to winning form. With the Mountain East Conference Tournament fast-approaching, WLU will look to end the season with a win.
By Chad Richards, Contributing Writer After three months and 25 games, the West Liberty men’s basketball team will end the regular season this week with a game on the road and a regular season finale this Saturday at home against a long-time rival.
By Cody Shook, Sports Editor The Hilltopper baseball team will play their first games of the season this weekend against St. Augustine’s, Slippery Rock and Seton Hill University. The team was supposed to have their first games two weeks ago against St. Augustine’s, but due to weather, the series was postponed to today and their regularly scheduled games against…