By Corey Riner, Contributing Writer As people begin to embrace the new year, there are most likely many thoughts running through their heads, such as resolutions that they have made or the general hope that this year will be better than the last, but others may have more frightening concerns to deal with.
By Corey Riner, Contributing Writer The trials and difficulties that college students face on a daily basis, which can range anywhere from hardly noticeable to absolutely frightening, make up a long list of examples including: financial troubles, relationship problems, and academic performance.
By Corey Riner, Contributing Writer Dr. Felipe Rojas, assistant professor of Spanish at West Liberty University, has just been named the study abroad coordinator. This position has many duties, including providing students with the support, information, and encouragement needed to go further into the field of international studies.
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.
By Corey Riner, Contributing Writer As primary elections within West Virginia and the rest of the country begin, one can be led to question the importance of voting, especially during the primaries, which are often perceived as inferior or useless in comparison to the general elections. This view, however, can’t be any further from the truth.
By Corey Riner, Contributing Writer When people think of the word “play,” chances are that one name stands out above all others: Shakespeare. His works, while hundreds of years old, still manage to influence the modern world. One work in particular seems to have stood the test of time, and the Hilltop Players are proudly presenting their own performance of…
By Corey Riner, Contributing Writer Today, March 22, West Liberty University’s Hughes Lecture Series will proudly welcome its newest guest: New York Times bestselling author, Jeannette Walls. Throughout the lecture, Walls will discuss the many messages and teachings that came out of her own personal life story, chronicled in the bestselling 2005 memoir, “The Glass Castle.”
Compiled by Corey Riner, Contributing Writer Assistant Professor of Athletic Training Dr. Meleesa Wohleber recently shared her study on physical characteristics in Special Operations Forces in Melbourne, Australia at the 4th International Congress on Soldiers’ Physical Performance.