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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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The production of WVU Theatre’s show “King Lear” is in full swing, but this year it will look a little different. Instead of performing for a live audience, the theatre department is working with West Virginia Public Broadcasting to create a film.

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Music is meant to be heard by many ears, but with COVID-19 becoming an increasing issue, the WVU Wind Symphony had to say goodbye to in-person crowds. Now, they’re letting limited audiences return.

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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.

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