WVU Police issued a warning on Wednesday about reported fraud and sextortion scams targeting students on campus.
When WVU social work professor and director of the Women’s Resource Center Leslie Tower returned to work after having her second child in 2006, she struggled to find a place to pump breast milk on campus.
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State residents and members of the campus community gathered at the State Capitol on Tuesday to celebrate the 2023 WVU Day at the Legislature.
WVU’s engineering programs are being recognized on a national level.
The former owner of Sandwich University, a defunct Morgantown restaurant, was sentenced Friday for his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack.
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West Virginia lawmakers are once again considering a bill that would permit educators to conceal carry as select School Protection Officers in K-12 buildings.
A local animal clinic is helping pet owners access spay and neuter surgeries at a reduced cost.
The Monongalia County Canine Adoption Center experienced a significant increase in pet returns and strays last year, making it one of the first years that director Dana Johnson saw animals euthanized in order to make room in the shelter.
WVU’s Asian Association will be celebrating the Lunar New Year on Thursday evening, as part of an event hosted by the University’s Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Morgantown Police are investigating a shooting that left one person injured on Monday night.
Jazz singer Landau Murphy Jr., a West Virginia native and former winner of “America’s Got Talent, is set to perform the national anthem before Saturday’s matchup between WVU and Auburn.
The West Virginia Senate voted Monday to pass a bill that would make changes to the state’s unemployment benefits system, sending it to the House floor.
Last week, WVU’s Faculty Senate held an assembly to allow all faculty to vote on the revised procedures for appointment, annual evaluation, promotion and tenure.
Student press freedom is back on the agenda for state lawmakers.
As part of Sodexo’s mission to expand dining options for students on campus, company officials and WVU Athletics have developed plans for a new dining club in the Coliseum.
The WVU Student Government Association passed a proclamation Wednesday night opposing the “campus carry” bill moving through the state Legislature.
West Virginia University and Marshall University, the state’s largest institutions of higher education, have publicly opposed a “campus carry” bill moving through the state Senate.
More than 70% of graduate and professional students, who responded to a survey last semester, reported they feel unfairly compensated to meet the cost of living in Morgantown.
The WVU LGBTQ+ Center kicked off the spring semester with a student mixer last week, welcoming new and existing students to the campus organization.
State lawmakers have introduced a series of bills that would permit concealed firearms on college or university campuses, more commonly known as “campus carry.”
Morgantown Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred early Sunday morning outside a bar in downtown Morgantown.
Gov. Jim Justice’s personal income tax plan, as laid out in the State of the State Address last week, will be up for House passage during Wednesday's session.
West Virginia University Police are investigating a report of arson on the downtown campus, according to a press release Friday night.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice delivered the State of the State Address on Wednesday evening, outlining his legislative priorities for the 2023 regular session.
Dozens of students lined up to meet celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez on Tuesday during his visit to campus to promote a new culinary partnership with WVU’s Dining Services.
As state lawmakers enter their regular 60-day session, leaders of higher education in West Virginia look to Charleston for support amid ongoing financial challenges and declining student enrollment.
A vehicle caught fire in the parking lot of the WVU Coliseum on Tuesday morning.
A former member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, who was accused of sexual assault and battery in a civil complaint last month, is now facing a felony charge of second-degree sexual assault.
As West Virginia University kicked off its spring semester on Monday, students returned to campus facing chilly weather conditions.
WVU President Gordon Gee will be heading out west later this month to give a guest lecture on higher education at Kansas State University.
Cold weather and high winds have caused a series of water leaks on WVU’s Morgantown campus, school officials said Tuesday.
Gov. Jim Justice has declared a State of Emergency for all of West Virginia ahead of a winter storm that will continue into the holiday weekend.
Senate Majority Whip Ryan Weld (R-Brooke) has sent a letter to Gov. Jim Justice asking him to ban the social media apps TikTok and WeChat on state government devices.
Haley Roth, a junior biochemistry major at WVU, said she feels unsafe living alone near campus in light of recent violent crimes in downtown Morgantown.
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Gov. Jim Justice announced Monday the retirement of Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) Secretary Bill Crouch.
A student group at Morgantown High School is hosting a fundraising event for their nonprofit organization, the Sex and Gender Acceptance (SAGA) Initiative on Saturday at the Morgantown Art Bar.