Courtney is joined by Heidi Muller, a Residence Hall Coordinator, artist, and a member of the Council for Women’s Concerns. Heidi tells us about the work done by the council and shares her experience as an artist!
The transition from beautiful, green courtyards and large lecture halls to bedrooms, basements and home offices has been difficult for not only students, but professors as well.
College students are all too familiar with are ramen noodles.
Courtney is joined by CJ Belknap from Adventure WV’s Outdoor Education Center. He explains the wellbeing benefits of challenge and facilitation and walks us through some of the activities that folks can expect from a visit to the OEC.
COVID-19 has had an effect all our lives in some way. That is especially true for many of the student employees working at the Daily Athenaeum, many of whom have now been relocated off campus and/or away from Morgantown.
The podcast that's all about YOU! We'll chat with students, professors, and professionals from West Virginia University about how COVID-19 has affected their studies, their jobs, and their future. This podcast is a place where all Mountaineers can share how they're handling our current situa…
Courtney is joined by Frankie Tack, Clinical Assistant Professor, and Coordinator of the Addiction Studies Minor in the Department of Counseling. Frankie shares some basics of vaping and talks about the health risks specifically for young people.
WVU fraternities and sororities will continue their tradition of service virtually as a part of the Greek Week of Engagement.
Courtney is joined by Sam from Title IX and Maggie from RDVIC to talk about the most important of subjects: CONSENT.
With all Mountaineers now forced indoors, WVU has been relying upon its IT services more than ever in the last few weeks.
It may seem counterintuitive, but this period of social distancing may be the best time to travel the world.
Even though WVU’s campus is closed, some Morgantown student religious organizations are still continuing their missions and services online.
Have you ever wondered how media outlets can report on an event minutes after it occurred, or even as it’s still happening? Covering breaking news takes a lot of planning and precision.
Phil Mauser said his child’s pediatrician called him and asked if he knew anyone that could make masks.
Courtney sits down with Andrew Caryl from Collegiate Recovery where he details the programs and services available at Serenity Place. They also discuss the definition of recovery and talk a little bit about how everyone can support folks who are in recovery.
Although country roads did not lead many students home from their spring break travels, WVU still wants to engage its students in as many Mountaineer experiences as possible.
All in-person classes and activities may be canceled for the remainder of the semester, but that didn’t stop the School of Medicine from celebrating its students and their future residencies. It was just a little different than usual.
The WVU Creative Arts Center has officially been renamed following a leadership gift made by the Valerie Canady Charitable Foundation, the University announced Wednesday.
Courtney is joined by Jessica Johnston-York from the Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services to talk about what self-care might look like in the time of coronavirus and social isolation.
Being locked down isn't easy. We want to see how Mountaineer nation is braving the boredom of being quarantined. Share your photos of how you're handling quarantine by filling out the form below or post on your social accounts using #WVUinthistogether. Your photo could end up in a future DA …
Within 48 hours of actors Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson announcing they tested positive for the novel coronavirus, one West Virginia University expert launched into research mode.
U92 the Moose is taking the coronavirus threat day-by-day.
The DA wants to know an accurate understanding from students on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting your spring break plans. Fill out the form below and let us know and we may use your information in an upcoming DA article.
The Daily Athenaeum will temporarily go online-only for the rest of Spring 2020.
Five historic trees on the downtown campus will soon be removed.
In honor of National Girl Scout Day on Thursday, I decided to partake in the American staple’s new line of cookies: Lemon-ups.
Courtney sits down with Cami Haught, the Registered Dietitian (RD) here on WVU’s campus. Cami provides some quick information about balanced eating on campus – where the best spots in the dining halls are, how to tell the difference between an RD and a nutritionist, and her favorite snack to…
While Brooke Ashby was still in high school, it was a conversation with former Mountaineer mascot Michael Garcia that truly sparked her interest in the position.
This week Geoff talks to Dr. Rosemary Hathaway about her new book, "Mountaineers Are Always Free: Heritage, Dissent, and a West Virginia Icon" (WVU Press).Thanks to our producer Nick Kratsas, and to Sean Graham for the music you heard at the beginning and end of the episode.
For West Virginia native Colson Glover, the WVU Mountaineer has been a source of inspiration since childhood.
Donuts are an American staple and something that college students find themselves craving from time to time.
Many WVU students are looking forward to the approaching St. Patrick’s Day weekend and spring break to celebrate their survival of midterms.
Join Courtney as she flies solo and talks STIs – specifically chlamydia and gonorrhea. It’s a more technical dive as she reviews transmission, symptoms, testing, treatment, and prevention.
- Maryland transfer Bryce Brand commits to West Virginia
- Gee believes 'we will play football in the fall'
- West Virginia football adds safety transfer Scottie Young Jr.
- Mountaineer wrestling adds Killian Cardinale from Old Dominion
- Big 12 announces plan for returning student-athletes to campus
- Wellbeing Wednesdays Podcast: What is resilience?
- NCAA announces voluntary activities for DI athletics can begin on June 1
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