Visiting zoos like The Good Zoo at Oglebay, Pittsburgh Zoo, and The Wilds is one of my favorite activities to do once the weather gets warmer, and it has been that way ever since I was a kid. Being able to see animals that I would never be able to see in the wild inspired me to learn more about…
Each new year brings about new projects here on campus, but the two noticeable acquisitions to the hilltop are the new West Family Athletic Complex and the Belmont Savings Bank Indoor Practice Facility. Following a delayed schedule due to the weather, WLU maintenace is putting the final touches on the new complex.
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.
On Jan. 30, the Pittsburgh Playful Collaborative (PPC) announced that West Liberty University was among the 8 applicants that had been awarded the $7,500 Play for Change Grant.
By Macy Santicola, Editor In 2017, China passed a policy banning the import of plastic waste. The ban began at the start of 2018, and its effect was felt all over the United States.
By Macy Santicola, Editor During the fall 2018 semester, the Internationalization Committee held the first contest to showcase students’ travels abroad.
By Macy Santicola, Editor According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, twenty-one percent of vehicle crashes between 2007-2016 were attributed to adverse weather conditions. A vehicle’s condition can affect its performance in bad weather, so drivers should take the time to make sure their vehicles are prepped and inspected before winter hits.
By Macy Santicola, Advertising Manager The West Liberty University Literacy Council is a new group on campus, started just last year by Assistant Professor of Teacher Education Angela Curfman.
By Macy Santicola, Advertising Manager West Liberty University students of Printmaking I, taught by Assistant Professor of Art Martyna Matusiak, participated in a portfolio exchange with students from Muhlenberg College’s Printmaking I class taught by Professor Emily Orzech.