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 Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer Are you a music major who plays a bass instrument? Or are you a rising senior studying dental hygiene? There are various scholarships available for multiple majors. You might be eligible for additional scholarships from West Liberty University Foundation.
By Josh Smith, Contributing Writer During the semester, finding time to balance school work, friendship and time to relax can be somewhat difficult. It is easier said than done, but trying to work alongside that makes it even harder. West Liberty University, however, offers many jobs to students that are flexible with schedules.
By Josh Smith, Contributing Writer On Oct. 1, an enormous change happened for the students who receive federal financial aid; the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) was made available for all students. However, this great news has seemed to be overshadowed by other things on campus. This is a big change that deserves more attention.
By Maria Kimble, Contributing Writer Many things in today’s society revolve around credit scores, whether it is leasing a car or renting a house, most places require a credit check. Building your credit before you graduate college is a smart move, so you can be prepared for adult life. March 21 is National Credit Card Reduction Day. This day not…