A bill proposed in the state Senate would increase regulations on needle exchange programs.
Steve Kite, a WVU geology professor, said he used to try to inventory rocks of all sizes that fell onto Monongahela Boulevard.
The West Virginia Senate recently passed a bill to legalize plant-based marijuana for medicinal purposes.
Half of all new sexually transmitted diseases are found in people aged 15-24 in the United States, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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Several bills that could impact the University are on the WVU Government Relation Team’s radar, many of which carried over from the 2019 session.
On Friday, a bell ringing ceremony will be held in remembrance of former WVU students Chloe Robertson, Sierra Mattson and Noah Shaffer.
The WVU Wind Symphony is the first program to be impacted as the University continues to monitor the Novel Coronavirus outbreak in China.
The PRT is getting an upgrade that will have it sailing down the tracks faster than ever before.
Six people in West Virginia, including four in Monongalia County, are in a self-imposed quarantine to monitor for symptoms of coronavirus, according to WBOY.
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.
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice said that he supports Virginia counties unsatisfied with Richmond’s Democratic government joining West Virginia.
Someone destroyed the doors at the back of the Maple House, which holds the WVU LGBTQ+ Center, over the weekend, said Center Director Cris Mayo.
Morgantown City Council will vote next month on an ordinance that says that any person who possesses cases of less than 15 grams of marijuana will be presented with a $15 fine and will not be penalized by imprisonment.
On Monday evening, a crowd gathered in Woodburn Circle to light candles in memory of a WVU student who died over the weekend.
When Linda Jacknowitz’s step-uncle came to visit her in New York, she heard his story of survival for the first time.
Making the penalty for marijuana possession of less than 15 grams no more than $15 with no imprisonment is on the agenda for the Morgantown Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday.
The WVU Board of Governors amended its contract with Morgantown Energy Associates, a company that provides steam to WVU’s campus.
Children with mobility impairments can now move more freely and independently thanks to a new WVU program.
Everyday, students at West Virginia University are doing amazing things to reach their potential. During the month of January, The DA will spotlight the achievements of these hard working students during National Reach Your Potential Month.
Students in WVU fraternities and sororities have higher GPAs than undergraduate WVU students overall.
The Hazel Ruby McQuain Charitable Trust gifted $10 million to WVU Athletics to build an Athletics Performance Center at the WVU Coliseum Sports Complex.
Fort Gay, West Virginia, became the first city in West Virginia to declare itself as a Second Amendment sanctuary.
Almost $2,500 has been donated to a GoFundMe page created by Matt Alton, a WVU graduate living in Florida, titled “Let’s Match Coach Hugg’s Big 12 Fine”.
The sisterhoods of WVU’s Panhellenic sororities will soon grow as recruitment begins Friday.
Over the span of the last decade, many programs that were put in place to improve energy efficiency in West Virginia have been scaled back.
WVU Medicine and Health Sciences are starting a new tobacco cessation initiative this year and Adventure WV plans to begin its pilot of the initiative in spring.
Planning for the first solar panel installation project at WVU is still underway and is estimated to be completed in the spring or summer.
The WVU Student Government Association proposed several amendments to its constitution in a meeting held on Dec. 11.
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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