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WLU celebrates 200 years of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer

Once a risky story of a young scientist and his monster, Frankenstein celebrates its 200th birthday as a literary legend. It seems time only helped Mary Shelley’s masterpiece.

For such a meaningful anniversary for the literary community, WLU organized an interdisciplinary symposium on Frankenstein which will take place from from 10 a.m. – noon, Tuesday, April 3 in the ASRC Boyle Room. The symposium will feature lectures from associate professor of biology Matthew Zdilla, assistant professor of philosophy Aaron Harper and associate professor of English Angela Rehbein.

Mark your calendars for the symposium and read on to find out little-known facts about Frankenstein.   

WLU-TV14 airs new weekly cooking competition

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer
 
You might like cooking, but do you like it enough to compete on live television? WLU broadcasting students started a new competition for those who like cooking. The show, College Cooking  Challenge, is a Channel 14 spring special that airs at 3:30 p.m. every Wednesday. It aired its first episode produced by junior broadcasting major, Chad Richards, on March 7. 

Planned Parenthood club chapter begins at WLU

By Natasha Muhamtezyanova, Contributing Writer
 
At the time of the political and financial uncertainty in regards to women’s health and reproductive rights, there are students across the country are mobilizing to support Planned Parenthood and debunk the myths surrounding the organization. One such student, Adam Croasmun, brought Planned Parenthood Generation Action to West Liberty University.

Trumpet Solo: Dr. Angela Rehbein

Compiled by Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer 
 
Associate professor of English Dr. Angela Rehbein recently edited a book titled Women’s Literary Networks and Romanticism: “A Tribe of Authoresses.”  Rehbein’s research focuses on British women writers of the Romantic period. 

SGA fills empty senate seats, discusses student input

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer
 
The spring semester might have started only a few weeks ago, but WLU’s Student Government Association (SGA) has already created a plan to increase student involvement.

Research, performance competition accepting entries

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer
 
If you ever wrote a research paper thinking the sole purpose of it was to get a passing grade, think again because now that research can win you money. West Liberty University recently announced a call for submissions for the RECAP (Research, Creative Activity, Performance) symposium and competition.

Campus offers slew of events for varying tastes

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer 

Before tests and research papers make you a permanent resident in a remote corner of the Elbin Library, mark some time in your calendar for campus events. After all, socializing is the key to a healthy lifestyle. This semester, activities on the Hilltop range from artistic to intellectual to athletic and everything in between, letting all students find a fun way to spend their free time.

Top 5 things to look forward to in 2018

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer

December holidays might have made you a little nostalgic for everything that has happened in 2017. But get excited, because there is a lot to look forward to in the new year. Just in case Christmas shopping made you forget about everything else, here is the list of top five things to wait for in 2018.

Sounding Off on winter break

Compiled by Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer

LSDC tutors provide free help for WLU students

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing Writer
 
The end of the semester is always stressful, but there is a place that can prepare you for those scary finals you are dreading. The Learning and Student Development Center (LSDC) provides WLU students with a comfortable study space, student-tutors, free printing services and snacks. Located on the first floor of Main Hall, LSDC is a hub of students who want to learn and help others master different academic skills.