By Walker Polivka, Contributing Writer Walking around campus, you see buildings named after Shaw, Krise, Campbell and several other important West Liberty benefactors. Every building has a unique story. One building can be generally overlooked. Located behind the ASRC, the Myers Maintenance Building is filled with history. Just who was Myers and why did we name a building after him?
By Sean Kranske, Contributing Writer Over the past year, West Liberty University has finished multiple projects that improved campus. Last semester, students saw the renovation and reopening of Boyd and Rogers Hall, as well as the construction of a new firepit on the quad. This semester, West Liberty has begun constructing a new soccer and track facility and has…
By Josh Smith, Contributing Writer After years of sitting vacant, the once prime location dormitory of Boyd Hall is again up and running. Boyd Hall was a very popular dorm in the past. With its convenient location, next to the cafeteria and Main Hall, Boyd Hall is located near every hotspot area on West Liberty University’s campus.
By Josh Smith, Contributing Writer Nearly three years ago, West Liberty University and the Office of Housing and Residence Life decided to close a popular student dormitory, Boyd Hall. This summer, however, the Maintenance Department has been vigorously working to renovate the vacant dorm, as it will be reopening in the fall. Those renovations will soon be finished.
By Sean Kranske, Contributing Writer Since the spring semester of 2015, West Liberty University has gone to great lengths to encourage recycling. Blue bins can be found in every building scattered throughout hallways and classrooms. This semester, WLU is taking this a step further by introducing a new program that involves placing recycling bins in each student dorm room as…
By Sean Kranske, Contributing Writer Summer break gives the housing and maintenance department time to make various improvements and plans to campus, and this summer has been no exception. Many improvements have already been made, but some projects are still in the planning phase that all West Liberty University students will appreciate.
By Sean Kranske, Contributing Writer With the absence of students on campus during the summer, the West Liberty University maintenance department now has time to complete projects not possible during the academic year. This month, maintenance workers are improving Curtis Hall.