Step aside Valentine’s Day, we’re spending February hitting the books and celebrating National Library Lovers Month. I don’t mean literally, please don’t damage books.
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 Emily Salvatori, Editor Priceless might not be the word you think of when you picture the Elbin library, but maybe it should be. When the library was built in 1970, West Liberty gained much more than just a new building. On the top floor of the of the library tucked away, hidden in plain sight, are precious artifacts…
By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor West Liberty University has secured funding to repair or replace elevators across campus. The upgrades were first announced in a Hilltopper Headlines email sent out on Oct. 24.
By Jalyn Bolyard, Online Editor West Liberty University’s College of Liberal Arts will be hosting events all month long to celebrate 200 years of the literary classic “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.”
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 Sean Kranske, Contributing Writer The last week of September is considered “Banned Books Week,” which aims to celebrate books that have been challenged or banned and celebrate freedom of speech while bringing awareness to the negative impacts of censorship. From Sept. 24 to the 30, West Liberty University participated in the event.
By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer One of the most common dissatisfactions for students when it comes to going to the campus bookstore is its work hours. WLU’s Barnes and Noble is normally open only Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. However, many students do not know that the bookstore is also open during many special…
By Sean Kranske, CW From Oct. 31 to Nov. 12, the Upper Ohio Valley Festival of Books was held with various events taking place in the Ohio County Public Library, the Wheeling Heritage Artisan Center, the Marshall County Public Library, Oglebay Institute’s Towngate Cinema, and West Virginia Northern Community College.