Politics have dominated conversation lately. Whether it be in the classroom or on social media, we are surrounded by controversial topics and often faced with tough decisions on how to discuss them, especially when we disagree.
President Donald Trump has promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and has already made steps to do so. Under the ACA, Medicaid Expansion means health insurance for more than 174,000 West Virginians, and now, the future is unclear for them. Professor …
From his office at WVU, Duncan Lorimer can control the Green Bank Telescope, the world’s largest fully steerable radio telescope located in Pocahontas County, a rural area of southern West Virginia.
Most dental hygiene programs are only two years. However, Amy Funk says WVU program holds their students to a much higher level. The program is the only one in the country which is a four-year integrated program, meaning students start in the program as a freshman and finish as a senior.
While growing up, David Smith never worried about his family’s access to fresh, healthy food. Now, one of his classes is working on what he calls an "eye-opening" project about food insecurity. The class has partnered with students and faculty at Morgan State University and to examine food d…
Assistant Professor Ajay Aluri says we live in an “experience economy,” and businesses must constantly adapt new technologies being used by consumers, such as augmented reality, to market themselves. When the Hospitality and Tourism Management launched WVU in 2011, Aluri was hired and helped…
Though she was born a Buckeye, Rosemary Hathaway has always considered herself somewhat of a Mountaineer at heart. When she moved to Morgantown, she realized being a Mountaineer was about more than being a football fan, it was about something closer to people’s core identity in the sense of …
According to Professor Brad Humphreys, if college football players were paid according to what they generate for their university each year, some may make hundreds of thousands of dollars. However, the NCAA has made it impossible for college athletes to see the money.
When West Virginia native, Mary McClung, is creating a new puppet, she feels a special connection to them. She gets into their head, and tries to imagine what got them out of bed in the morning and helped make their decisions that day. Technically, as designer, she isn’t supposed to build th…
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