In this episode, Geoff wraps up the fall semester and looks ahead to the future. WVU Reads will take a brief hiatus for the holidays. See you in January!

Before Timmy Eads was selected as the 2019-20 Mountaineer, students were contacting then-Mountaineer Trevor Kiess with questions about the position and asking how they could apply.

While students often look beyond WVU and Sodexo to satisfy their hunger or thirst, sometimes compromising for some less-than-desirable food is necessary; dining halls still remain an important part of student life.

The Daily Athenaeum, WVU’s independent student newspaper, is getting you ready for Finals Week with our new 5-part podcast, Finals Survival. Starting Monday, December 9, you can listen to a daily dose of great finals advice from experts from across WVU’s campus, like how to reduce finals anx…

In this episode, Geoff talks with Melissa Sherfinski, associate professor of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, about Tara Westover's experiences as a home school student. They discuss what's lost and gained in that experience, not just for Tara but for her brothers. The conversation …

While everyone begins to get excited for the grand opening of the Chipotle on High Street, I couldn’t help but look at the local businesses we already had here in Morgantown.

In this episode, Geoff talks with Dr. Christina Fattore from the political science department about the ways her experience as a first gen student were and were not like Tara Westover’s. Topics covered include student loans, imposter syndrome, work-study and work/study, power and wealth, and…

It’s easy to slip into a routine as a college student, especially with a set schedule of classes we all follow for an entire semester. Sometimes, we all feel stuck or overwhelmed because of these routines, and it’s difficult to find a way to destress.

It’s easy to slip into a routine when being a college student, especially with a set schedule of classes we all follow for an entire semester. Sometimes, we all feel stuck or overwhelmed because of these routines, and it’s difficult to try and find a way to destress during your time at WVU. …

The series of “Haunted Halls of WVU” is coming to a close, but the hundreds of stories of Morgantown’s history will live on forever. In this week’s episode, SeVohn Hunter sits down with the voice of “Haunted Halls of WVU, ”Jason Burns, to learn more about the behind the scenes work he does f…

In this episode, Geoff talks with Delia Trickett about reading Educated with a group of incarcerated men at the federal prison in Hazelton, WV. They read from the men's responses to the book and discuss the sometimes surprising points of contact the men found with Tara Westover's story.

As things start getting colder and everyone starts getting into the holiday spirit, I always love big breakfasts. In Morgantown, there are a lot of good places to go to get a good dinner, but places that make a good, American breakfast are a little bit harder to find. 

When walking around WVU’s campus, there is more to notice than just the beauty of Woodburn Hall or the breathtaking colors of fall. While observing the student population, it is easy to see the emerging trends that spread like wildfire due to pop culture and social media.

In this episode, Geoff talks with Lena Cerbone, Director of Midwifery Services in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at WVU. Geoff and Lena talk about midwifery as it's depicted in Educated and as it is practiced here in West Virginia and elsewhere. They also talk about what it mean…

Have you ever heard the faint sound of a cow mooing near Woodburn Hall? Well, you aren’t the only one. Soon after the birth of West Virginia University, a prank that went wrong left behind one of the strangest ghosts on the WVU downtown campus. Listen to the newest episode of The Haunted Hal…

In this episode, Geoff talks with Dr. Crystal Smith from the Equine Studies program at WVU. Dr. Smith is a Teaching Associate Professor in the Division of Animal and Nutritional Sciences with the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Design. She leads the Equine Studies minor …

WVU certainly has a historic campus, with many of its buildings being built in the 1800s. This makes the University a hotspot for ghosts throughout its many buildings.

The story of the little girl in the yellow dress has been shared by many on the WVU campus. She spends her time on the second floor of the Mountainlair as a way to remember her happiest days. Though her floating figure may frighten a few, her youthful spirit is full of joy. Listen to the new…

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