This weekend is Easter, and a classic holiday candy has people divided: Peeps.
“Avengers Endgame” comes out in two weeks, bringing the Marvel Cinematic Universe full circle. After 11 years and the establishment of a cinematic universe, Marvel is on top of the world. With 11 years’ worth of Marvel movie watching experience, here are my top five MCU films you should watch.
Just this Monday, WVU made a change to the PRT that affects everyone that rides it. For most of this year, to get on the PRT, all students and other PRT riders needed to do was select their destination prior to going through the turnstile. Now hopeful riders will have to either swipe their W…
The "red road" is a path one must take to respect culture and tradition while simultaneously balancing life's hardships and difficulties.
Spring Break for many students means a time to relax away from the stresses of school and maybe even a chance to travel somewhere they’ve never been before.
U92, WVU’s college radio station, is looking to make moves in order to further spread awareness of their mission.
Following the selection of Sodexo, a French food services and facilities management company, to run WVU Dining Services at the beginning of 2018, the Mountainlair has been home to new restaurants such as Blue Tomato, BurgerShop, and Tres Habaneros. With a goal of renewing university control …
Quidditch teams from all around the area gathered at the Recreation Center Fields on Saturday to participate in WVU’s Almost Heaven Quidditch Tournament. All proceeds from the tournament went to benefit Fairness West Virginia.
After cruising through the first three rounds of Barstool’s Best College Bar bracket, Morgantown’s Joe Mama’s is now in the fight of its life in the elite eight.
The WVU Big Band, which plays jazz music took to Black Bear Burritos’ stage this past Tuesday to perform a menagerie of jazz music, ranging from modern arrangements to the swinging 1930s sounds that you may be familiar with.
Movies always tend to increase in release with the coming of summer. Students are getting out of school and people generally find themselves with more free time to do things. There’s a reason why the term “summer blockbuster” exists. It seems this year’s products were early bloomers because …
April Fools’ Day has come and gone, and that means you can now trust what companies post on social media. As always, some companies get crafty in their pranks. Here’s a few of them.
The famous rapper 2 Chainz once said “24/7 like a Waffle House” in his feature on the TeeFlii song “24 Hours.” Unfortunately, Morgantown residents are unfamiliar with this phrase- the closest Waffle House location is 45.3 miles away in Washington, Pennsylvania.
Ever since August of 2017, Audrey Stefenson has been instructing yoga sessions every Monday night, providing Mountaineers a chance to come in, stretch and relax.
Climate change is one of the most complicated problems facing our society today.
It is officially survive and advance season in Morgantown.
When you want Chinese, you get Chinese. When you want Italian, you get Italian. Egyptian food, however, has not yet reached that level of fame where a hungry crowd will think to themselves, “I want Egyptian.” The owners of Cairo 2 Go are working to change that.
Both WVU basketball teams missed the NCAA tournament, but Mountaineers can still participate in some March Madness fun
Mountie Bounty is a pretty convenient function of our student IDs here at WVU. There are a number of places both on campus and around town that accept it as payment, and not having to carry cash or worry about using one’s debit card can be a real weight off of students’ shoulders.
Let’s face it—after a while, the food options found in the Mountainlair and Evansdale Crossing begin to get less and less exciting with every visit. After all, we begin to get tired of the same food options every single day. Will it be Taziki’s for the second time this week? Will it be anoth…
As any college town should be, Morgantown is the land of the passionate sports fans, rowdy partying and unfathomable amounts of restaurants serving up pizza they claim to be the best.
The Mountianlair ballroom turned into a lively, competitive dance floor for WVU’s annual Dancing with our Mountaineer Stars this Saturday night.
In the middle of the WVU men’s basketball team’s triple-overtime victory over TCU Tuesday, Timmy Eads, a sophomore public relations student from Buffalo, West Virginia, and the current alternate to the Mountaineer was named WVU’s new mascot.
Questions of who and what defines the region of Appalachia got heated during a discussion panel on the new book “Appalachian Reckoning: A Region Responds to Hillbilly Elegy” held at WVU’s College of Law on Monday evening.
The Mountaineer Mascot is an icon at WVU.
Most gamers love gaming as a getaway from their normal lives. Games provide a new life and a chance to be a hero. They can also be a great way to relieve stress in your everyday life. But for some people, gaming is more than that.
Seeking Morgantown’s hidden treasures has been a difficult job, but every once in a while, I discover exactly what I’m looking for.
- Changes to band entrance video lead to petition
- QB Jarret Doege granted transfer waiver
- WVU student receives minor injuries in pedestrian-vehicle accident
- Major renovation projects coming to WVU
- FallFest 2019 performers to receive combined $350,000
- Men’s basketball team adds 6-foot-7-inch Arkansas transfer to roster
- Kendall’s the man, but other QBs draw praise during competition
- Morgantown residents rally against ICE presence
- WVU leading scorer Tynice Martin facing domestic battery charge
- Austin Kendall named WVU starting quarterback