Courtney is joined by Heidi Muller, a Residence Hall Coordinator, artist, and a member of the Council for Women’s Concerns. Heidi tells us about the work done by the council and shares her experience as an artist!
West Virginia University expects to have on-campus instruction for the Fall 2020 semester, the University announced Friday.
Base tuition and fees for West Virginia University students will remain unchanged for the 2020-21 academic year, the WVU Board of Governors announced on Friday.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced Thursday the plan for lifting the state’s "stay at home" order and its replacement with a new "safer at home" executive order.
Courtney is joined by CJ Belknap from Adventure WV’s Outdoor Education Center. He explains the wellbeing benefits of challenge and facilitation and walks us through some of the activities that folks can expect from a visit to the OEC.
A week after cash grant applications became available for students, WVU has announced changes to how it distributes the federal stimulus package money.
The WVU Graduate and Professional Student Senate is requesting action toward the protection and support of University graduate students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WVU is estimated to receive $20.2 million through a federal stimulus package to aid students in need.
Another resident of Towers has tested positive for COVID-19.
Former WVU student body vice president Madi Matheny officially inducted student body president Chase Riggs and vice president Jaron Bragg during the final Student Government Association meeting of the year conducted via Zoom.
WVU has announced all of its Morgantown courses will have a revised final exams schedule for Spring 2020.
Like many students, Abdulla Al Kaabi, a senior strategic communications student, moved back home after classes moved online.
Darrell Donahue will serve as dean of the WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design for the upcoming academic year.
Through the Gray Student Emergency Fund, the WVU Foundation will soon be offering need-based financial support “to help students meet basic needs and proceed with their studies amid these unprecedented circumstances.”
With election season around the corner, the WVU Center for Service and Learning is working to find ways for students to be civically engaged despite being off-campus.
The Monongalia County Health Department and WVU were notified Wednesday that more than a dozen WVU students have tested positive for novel coronavirus COVID-19.
All WVU summer-term courses will be held virtually, and all courses scheduled for May 11-29 have been canceled.
With establishments making workforce cuts across the nation, national unemployment has jumped to 4.4%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Monongalia County Health Department is recommending that all citizens wear a mask or face covering while out in public.
Gov. Jim Justice's new executive order requires all essential businesses' employees and contractors to work from home to the fullest extent possible.
Joseph Moser, owner of Ashebrooke Liquor Outlet, said he had to deal with customers yelling at his employees after a rule banning out-of-state residents from buying liquor went into place in Monongalia County.
WVU students who lived in residence halls and paid for meal plans during the Spring 2020 semester will be refunded about 40% of their housing and dining costs.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice added Monongalia County into a list of counties that were given stricter COVID-19 protocols through an executive order.
People without a West Virginia-issued driver’s license or other state identification will be unable to buy liquor in Monongalia County.
As courses move online, students are being provided the opportunity to register for high pass/pass/fail courses until April 24.
Morgantown City Council made a unanimous decision to discuss a nuisance ordinance that would regulate properties used for criminal activities to a future agenda.
Courtney sits down with Andrew Caryl from Collegiate Recovery where he details the programs and services available at Serenity Place. They also discuss the definition of recovery and talk a little bit about how everyone can support folks who are in recovery.
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