Rabbi Zalman Gurevitz of the Rohr Chabad Jewish Center said the WVU Police Department officers who are sometimes present for Jewish events provide more than just physical security.

WVU is monitoring coronavirus, urging students traveling to China and other areas affected by the outbreak to take extra precautions and keep informed of the health situations of their destinations.

This year, fraternity and sorority life at WVU turns 130 years old. With the founding of the West Virginia Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity on May 23, 1890, our Greek community became recognized for the first time in our institution’s history. 

For the first time on WVU’s campus, in a collaborative effort between WVU and the state of West Virginia, live polling stations will be available on the downtown campus.

WVU is “carefully watching” some efforts by West Virginia legislators to repeal or redirect money from the state’s soda tax, said Rob Alsop, the University’s vice president for strategic initiatives.

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