As high school students, many of us would’ve dreaded the idea of attending summer school. It takes away the free time you gain during the summer and you must spend another three months doing schoolwork. However, once high school students enter the “college world,” most students develop a new perspective and appreciation for summer classes. We all want to graduate…
With midterms quickly approaching students are scrambling to turn in assignments and get ready for their exams. One of the ways in which students can prep for their exams is to visit the Learning and Student Development Center on campus.
By Media Relations West Liberty University has a new online master’s degree that is just what the doctored ordered for healthcare professionals.
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.
By Daniel Morgan, Contributing Writer Taking 15 credit hours a semester with a blend of general studies and major-specific classes is the formula to graduate in four years’ time. 120 credit hours are required for graduation, and it is understandable for students to want to meet that criterion, get a degree and move on. But, taking extra courses in…
By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer What are the things you don’t think about in summer? Scholarly papers, homework and everything else that brings you stress when school is in session. Among those things is also Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Amidst family cookouts and loud bonfire parties, it is easy to forget about your plans to prepare for GRE.
By Daniel Morgan, Staff Writer Students in the Community Education program’s Fundraising and Grant Writing course are holding another “awesome” contest where individuals or groups can apply for a $1,000 mini-grant to fund a project that will benefit the West Liberty University campus community.
By Emily Salvatori, Assistant Editor West Liberty University became a part of the global initiative Exercise is Medicine this January. According to exerciseismedicine.org, “Exercise is Medicine® on Campus (EIM-OC) is a program calling upon universities and colleges to engage in the promotion of physical activity as a vital sign of health.”
By Daniel Morgan, Editor West Liberty University is furthering its outreach by forging a new partnership with Julius-Maximilians University in Würzburg, Germany.