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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Adam Yokum, a music industry student at West Virginia University, is set to release a new hip-hop and rap album titled “The Love Story,” which showcases the ebb and flow of a young couple’s relationship.

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By now, having to get tested for COVID-19 is a normal part of people’s lives. It’s a required part of participating in any formal aspect of public life, from sports and clubs, to merely attending class.

Courtney Weaver is joined by Patricia Chan from Adventure WV to discuss the importance of feedback and why we’re all so darn scared of it. Come along for the ride as they discuss their personal experiences (both good and bad) with receiving feedback and hear some recommendations on how to de…

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For years, Mountaineer Week has brought Appalachian culture and art to the diverse audience of students hosted at WVU, with engagement in culture as its focus. This year, though, its staff was forced to find inventiveness.

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Mon Hills Music Group, a student-run organization under The College of Creative Arts and Music Industry Program at WVU, recently created its second record label: Go 1st Records. The label was started over the summer of 2020 and is based in Morgantown.

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Retired journalist and WVU graduate Charlie Ryan recently co-authored his sixth book, "Murder on Staunton Road," a true crime novel exploring the 1953 murder of former Charleston Daily Mail owner Juliet Staunton Clark.

Courtney Weaver sits down with Jasmine Gonlin from the Mountaineer Hub (https://mountaineerhub.wvu.edu/) to talk about financial wellbeing, and most importantly – the FAFSA! They chat about why all students should fill it out, where they can complete it, and who they can ask for help if they…

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Imagine yourself in fourth or fifth grade and having a Halloween trick or treat taken from you. For Morgantown’s youngsters, this concern was eliminated by a city council vote this month.

Courtney Weaver sits down with Dr. Sarah Milam and Ife Sinclair from the Carruth Center to talk about social wellbeing, it’s importance for overall wellness and how students can build it here on campus. Courtney also shares a brief message from the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (ww…

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This semester more than most, the great outdoors has called our name. From distant rocky mountains to nearby parks, we’ve gone to places where the social distancing is easy and the views are undefeated.

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