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The 2021 Homecoming court looks a little different this year. Instead of having an even amount of men and women on the court as in previous years, this year’s homecoming court did not take gender into account when selecting finalists.

The 4th annual Hops on the Mon Craft Beer and Food Festival is set to take place on Oct. 16 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on High Street between Pleasant and Walnut as students return back from fall break.

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Fall is a special time of year in wild and wonderful West Virginia. Stunning foliage and moderate temperatures attract natives, students and tourists alike to the great outdoors of the state. The Morgantown area has a nice variety of hiking trails that are accessible to anyone looking to spe…

A brand new clothing store named “Modern Throwback” held its grand opening this past Sunday in Morgantown, and so far has been met with great reviews as it continues to gather lots of attention on social media.

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Ryan Bilger, West Virginia University alumnus, starred as a semi-finalist on this year's "Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions," just two years after his initial appearance on the show. Bilger ended his exhilarating run Tuesday night with $10,000, allowing contestant Veronica Vichit-Vadakan to …

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Porter Stiles’ fascination goes back to an antique store near Richmond in 1963, just one year after the Cuban Missile Crisis. Like that period of uncertainty taught the nation an important lesson about the fragility of our present world order, his father imparted upon his son a different les…

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As of late, Johnson & Johnson was recommended to suspend the use of the vaccine to allow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention time to investigate a possible connection between its vaccine and a rare blood clotting disorder. Some students at WVU were administered the vaccine bef…

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It’s an unassuming brick and mortar building on Mileground Road in Morgantown located just before passing motorists hit the traffic roundabout and sandwiched between an auto body shop and an abandoned shack.

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WVU’s LGBTQ+ Center is currently taking applications for its annual Lavender Graduation ceremony. The eighth rendition of the event actually predates the creation of the LGBTQ+ Center itself, with the first-ever graduation being held in 2014 and the center not being created until 2016.

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