By Daniel Morgan, Contributing Writer Senior right side/outside hitter Raimey Benson is making the most of her final season on West Liberty University’s volleyball team. She recently surpassed 1,000 kills in her collegiate career, and she plans to continue spiking through her goals on and off the court with ambition.
Archives for September 2018
Compiled by Tyler Huggins, Contributing Writer The first annual Chi Nu Pooch Pals 5k took place last Saturday, Sept. 23 at West Liberty University. Proceeds from the event went to support Ohio County, Brooke County, Belmont County animal shelters and Angel Ridge Rescue.
By Kendrick Jackson, Contributing Writer West Liberty soccer teams will host a doubleheader this weekend in a matchup against the University of Charleston. The Lady Toppers will look to add another tally in the win column, as the men’s team will seek to knock off the defending National Champions.
By Macy Santicola, Advertising Manager On Saturday, Sept. 29, the College of Liberal Arts will host “Hogwarts on the Hilltop,” an event open to the public to celebrate the world of Harry Potter.
By Macy Santicola, Advertising Manager Dr. Rickard Briggs, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, has developed and will run the first business incubator at West Liberty University.
By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor West Liberty University’s Student Government Association (SGA) will be holding elections to elect new Senators on Wednesday, Sept. 26. Voting will take place online this semester. On election day, an email will be sent to all students with a voting link. For secure voting, students must vote using their student ID.
By Emily Salvatori, Editor Two new master’s programs will be available at West Liberty University. A Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science in Dental Hygiene are now taking applications for fall of 2019. The two programs have been approved by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). With the addition of these two programs, West Liberty…
By Ashley Cole, Contributing Writer West Liberty University’s E. Kent & Barbara Culler Robinson Writing Center is once again open to aid students this semester.
By Rebecca Friend, Contributing Writer After a two year hiatus due to state budget cuts, the West Liberty University’s Marching Hilltoppers return to campus. A press conference made the initial announcement of the anticipated marching band’s return on Sept. 21, 2017. This season marks the first time since the fall of 2015 that the marching band will play during…