Earth Day was yesterday and hopefully everyone was able to get out and do something for our planet. Whether or not you did, you can still celebrate earth day the other 364 days of the year in many small and easy ways.

Calling all environmentalists, beer aficionados and weekend warriors: The West Virginia Land Trust’s first annual Earth Day Tasting Tour is coming through Morgantown on Saturday, April 21. Whether you are passionate about protecting clean water, local brews or simply looking for something to…

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Are you a catcher, a sniper, a shagger, an arm, a distraction or defense? These words may sound like a hodgepodge of positions from different sports and games, but these are actually all positions in the recreational sport of dodgeball.

Four exams in one week, a double shift at work, a club meeting and one pile of laundry that’s reaching treacherous heights; as the semester is kicking into full gear we can all relate to this kind of week.

The Justice Administration and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) are attempting to tarnish our public land with the proposal of Senate Bill 270. Or are they attempting to set up a new plan for sustainable management of our state park land?

As the new year rolls in and students attempt to get back in the swing of classes, it may be challenging to get outdoors and be active. Although the weather isn’t inviting and the sun isn’t energizing you to get outside, there are still many ways to have a good time and stay fit in the new year.

"Express gratitude for making it to your mat today; you came here for you and that’s impressive," Ben Wexler, an instructor of yoga at the Student Rec Center, said at the conclusion of an hour-long Power Yoga class.

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