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.
This photo story covers multiple places located on campus grounds and places outside of the University that likely aren't part of a student's routine. With these places, students can learn, explore and grow while discovering something new about Morgantown and the University.
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Research on different types of plant species is always happening by WVU Biology students at the greenhouse. The greenhouse can be found at the penthouse level of the Life Sciences building.
Sky Rock at Dorsey’s Knob Park is located about 10 minutes from WVU’s Downtown Campus. With amazing views and some nature trails, it makes for a perfect spot to get a 360 view of the Morgantown area.
The WVU Art Museum is a perfect place for students to explore their creative side during their busy schedules. With free admission, it makes a great place to escape the daily stresses of college.
The West Virginia and Regional History Museum is home to multiple exhibits including photos of the Morgantown area through the decades.
Sky Rock at Dorsey’s Knob Park is covered in all sorts of graffiti gathered throughout the years. From greek letters to names, Sky Rock has its own artistic approach to it.