By Walker Polivka, Contributing Writer Avid readers now have a new club on campus where they can share their passion for reading with each other. The Library Book Club plans to spread the love of reading throughout campus and promote the impacts that reading can have for the mind.
By Hanna Perry, Contributing Writer What is Toastmasters International? Have you ever been nervous when you were presenting something for a class or giving a speech? If your answer to this question is yes then I think that there is an organization that may help you.
By Ashley Cole, Contributing Writer The Beta Beta Chapter of Kappa Phi, the National Christian Sisterhood, will be holding their annual Pink Party event tonight, Monday, Oct. 22, from 6-8 p.m. in the College Union Ballroom.
By Dakota Knotts, Contributing Writer The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) returned to West Liberty University after a two years hiatus. AIGA is a professional organization for graphic designers, media designers and other fields of visual communication that offers individuals the opportunity to network and participate in other events.
By Corey Riner, Contributing Writer A new club is starting up at WLU this fall semester. The Poetry Club welcomes all students to its warm and creative atmosphere.
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 Lex Buell, Contributing Writer In the basement of Main Hall lies a fun-filled room full of board games, video games, comfy chairs, and a group of game-loving individuals. This cozy little room is home to WLU’s Gaming Club. On Tuesday nights, the club of around 15 members meet in room B8 at 7 p.m. for an enchanting night…
By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor On Wednesday, May 2, the Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting SGA Day on the quad. This event is free for students and will be jam-packed with activities from not only SGA, but other campus organizations as well.
By Gabrielle Blanchard, Contributing Writer When walking around campus, students find it difficult to escape the posters and flyers that decorate the walls of most buildings, promoting various clubs, their activities, and perhaps most importantly, the fundraisers occurring on campus that are meant to raise money as well as awareness for their causes.