With the University in a seemingly constant state of renovation, WVU Dining has been no different recently.
Empty Bowls in Monongalia County has been providing funds to agencies that help combat food insecurity since 2007.
Just like pizza, burgers and tacos, wings are not rare commodities in Morgantown. A place really has to set itself apart from the pack when it comes to flavor or price if it wants to make a name selling wings.
Morgantown holds a variety of international restaurants that offer cuisines from countries, such as India, Thailand, and Syria. Many of which have wide-ranging food options for vegans and vegetarians. According to WVU, students at the Morgantown campus come from 118 nations around the world,…
When meal plans are purchased, students and their parents most likely intend it to be their only investment in food for the year. Chaang Thai, along with some other key establishments on High Street, seems to be firmly opposed to this. My credit card history would be an indicator.
It’s a bold step to ignore the classic strategy of hanging up paper lanterns, putting down wooden dividers and calling your eatery an authentic Japanese restaurant. Even bolder still is creating a menu that isn’t solely focused on sushi. Yama, a hole-in-the-wall establishment on High Street,…
Following the selection of Sodexo, a French food services and facilities management company, to run WVU Dining Services at the beginning of 2018, the Mountainlair has been home to new restaurants such as Blue Tomato, BurgerShop, and Tres Habaneros. With a goal of renewing university control …
The WVU Big Band, which plays jazz music took to Black Bear Burritos’ stage this past Tuesday to perform a menagerie of jazz music, ranging from modern arrangements to the swinging 1930s sounds that you may be familiar with.
The famous rapper 2 Chainz once said “24/7 like a Waffle House” in his feature on the TeeFlii song “24 Hours.” Unfortunately, Morgantown residents are unfamiliar with this phrase- the closest Waffle House location is 45.3 miles away in Washington, Pennsylvania.
When you want Chinese, you get Chinese. When you want Italian, you get Italian. Egyptian food, however, has not yet reached that level of fame where a hungry crowd will think to themselves, “I want Egyptian.” The owners of Cairo 2 Go are working to change that.
Mountie Bounty is a pretty convenient function of our student IDs here at WVU. There are a number of places both on campus and around town that accept it as payment, and not having to carry cash or worry about using one’s debit card can be a real weight off of students’ shoulders.
Let’s face it—after a while, the food options found in the Mountainlair and Evansdale Crossing begin to get less and less exciting with every visit. After all, we begin to get tired of the same food options every single day. Will it be Taziki’s for the second time this week? Will it be anoth…
As any college town should be, Morgantown is the land of the passionate sports fans, rowdy partying and unfathomable amounts of restaurants serving up pizza they claim to be the best.
Seeking Morgantown’s hidden treasures has been a difficult job, but every once in a while, I discover exactly what I’m looking for.
The booze bill passed the state Senate on Monday and is now headed to Gov. Jim Justice’s desk for approval.
Friday and Saturday nights in Morgantown are nights when students like to unwind and relax after a week full of exams, studying, projects and work. To unwind, students venture to downtown Morgantown, specifically High Street, where music, dancing, food and fun call their names. High Street i…
Morgantown’s High Street is home to some delicious places to eat. There’s pizza, burgers, wings and subs to sate the hunger of each empty stomach on campus.
Food, glorious food.
When food in the dining halls becomes boring, WVU students have to look no further than their own campus to find fresh produce and flavorful local foods.
Students who are either too busy or too tired to venture out in search of food now have a new option to turn to in the quest for sustenance.
If you have not looked at the full list of businesses that accept Mountie Bounty you might be surprised at just how many places you can get a meal with just a swipe of your Mountaineer Card. Many of the places are your typical fast food or chain restaurants, however, there are a few locally …
On April 12, two men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks. The two men, both of whom happened to be African-American, arrived early for a business meeting with a friend. Shortly thereafter, the men were met by police, promptly arrested and taken away in handcuffs. It was later revealed …
Cheese Louise on Willey Street in Morgantown is a restaurant that specializes in grilled cheese sandwiches. Using only the freshest ingredients for its sandwiches, soups and desserts, Cheese Louise is the perfect place to celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day on April 12.
There’s only one more day until spring break, Mountaineers. Only one more day until you have a whole week off.
This Saturday, Feb. 24, Empty Bowls Monongalia will hold its 2018 Soup and Bread Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mylan Park Community Center.
Amazon launched a new delivery service in select locations last week, and those able to use it will be excited to know it is seeing good results.
Before June 2013, finding fresh seafood in Morgantown was a near impossible task. Being no less than 300 miles from the ocean, Morgantown faces the same inherent problem that many inland states have faced for years; how can residents enjoy fresh seafood without traveling out of the state?
Morgantown City Council created a public discussion about whether downtown bars should be closed early.
Morgantown City Council discussed on Tuesday the possibility of closing downtown bars early.
A good burger is only as good as the sides it comes with. Most people go with fries, but some opt for something a little different.
With National Sandwich Day quickly approaching, many of us are still unsure as to how we plan to celebrate this year. Some will return home to spend it with family, while others will take the day off and enjoy some much needed rest and relaxation.
The history behind the popular Vietnamese dish "Pho" is highly debatable in much of Southeast Asia.
- WVU seeking student volunteers for return to campus COVID-19 testing
- Men's basketball workouts postponed after players, staff member test positive for COVID-19
- Four more positive coronavirus tests for WVU football team
- WVU: At least 10 students have tested positive for coronavirus
- Mon County Health Department reports 61.7% increase in COVID-19 cases
- Gov. Justice to sign mandatory face covering order
- Three High Street bars connected to COVID-19 cases
- Provost Maryanne Reed reliant on past experiences in maneuvering pandemic, the future
- DHHR announces free COVID-19 testing on July 10 and 11 in Monongalia County
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