As the Student Rec Center remains closed for the spring semester, one student decided to take action in order to challenge the decision.
The Morgantown Police Department has increased patrols in the vicinity of local mosques and synagogues following a reported interaction at an apartment complex in Granville on Wednesday, according to an MPD officer.
For the second time, U.S. House Rep. David McKinley has voted not to impeach President Donald Trump.
In the aftermath of Wednesday’s storming of the United States Capitol, four West Virginia University professors have signed a letter calling for the removal of Donald Trump as President of the United States.
As students went home and classes moved online at the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, West Virginia University administrators faced a grim budgetary picture.
The annual WVU Clery Report shows an increase in rape and fondling offenses from 2018 to 2019.
WVU has decided it will be unable to implement a high pass/pass/fail grading system for fall 2020 or spring 2021 semester following a resolution from the WVU SGA.
West Virginia University administrators announced at Friday’s Board of Governors meeting that they will conduct a data-driven review of academic programs for the long-term financial stability of the school.
In a WVU MIX email, new information regarding testing dates, requirements and spring move-in was provided.
The WVU spring 2021 academic calendar has been updated to include two additional days of no classroom instruction or exams, according to a WVU MIX email.
This week, host Lindsey McNamee takes a look at the evolving situation at Diamond Village, the University’s decision to move classes online for the 2 days before break, voluntary COVID testing for students and another look at the Spring semester. For more on these stories and more, visit the…
Due to a spike in COVID-19 cases and WVU students heading home for the end of the semester, WVU is offering free, voluntary testing for students.
President-elect Joe Biden has announced plans to make higher education more affordable to low-income students.
West Virginia University’s Office of Health Promotion and Wellness will host two medication disposal events prior to students’ departure from campus for the holidays.
As the 2020 fall semester comes to an end, WVU has begun to look ahead to the spring and decide on any major changes it plans to make.
All undergraduate instruction will be moved online Nov. 23-24 due to an increased number of COVID-19 cases on campus and in the state.
The end of the WVU fall semester is nearing, but student organizations won't be able to see it in person.
This week, podcast host Sydney Wentz discusses the new Black Lives Matter crosswalk, another closure of an on-campus eatery, WVU’s football win and the current state of the pandemic in Morgantown. For more on these stories and more, visit thedaonline.com. You can listen to Monday in Morganto…
Waldo’s Chicken at the Evansdale Crossing has been closed temporarily following a COVID-19 exposure report at the location. The restaurant is to remain closed for the rest of the 2020 Fall semester, but is expected to reopen in Spring 2021.
Over the fall semester, the campus community of West Virginia University has seen a dance between the school’s public health messaging, the actions of the student population and the spread of COVID-19. This week has been the latest chapter of this saga as coronavirus cases multiply nationwid…
In a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice shared that he does net yet acknowledge former Vice President Joe Biden as the President-elect of the United States.
To promote diversity throughout Morgantown’s Greenmont neighborhood, a Black Lives Matter crosswalk has been installed on Arch Street at the intersection of Green Street.
Due to pandemic restrictions, some local nursing homes have had to postpone holiday events, but administrators and staff have been working to make the holidays less lonely by hosting on-site celebrations for Thanksgiving and the winter holiday season.
This week, Podcast Editor Abby Smith discusses the election, football, a new program offering on-campus and WVU’s announcement about Spring 2021 move-in. For more on these stories and more, visit thedaonline.com. You can listen to Monday in Morgantown at thedaonline.com/monday_in_morgantown …
On Election Day 2020, messages in support of a variety of causes were drawn on the front steps of the Mountainlair.
Several Republican nominees in West Virginia received a majority of the vote in their respective races statewide, but in Monongalia County, votes often trended in a different direction.
With classes primarily held online and many students required to share their screen, there are some things that you wouldn’t think needed to be reminded to college students. But here we are, almost at the end of the semester, and it seems like students are forgetting basic manners.
According to Dayna Charbonneau, the director of clinical and sport psychology with WVU Athletics, this season is a grieving process for many student-athletes.
Halloween weekend and the past month in Morgantown have been relatively uneventful in terms of gatherings, according to both the University Police Department and the Morgantown Police Department.
The Appalachian Gerontology Experiences: Advancing Diversity in Aging Research (AGE-ADAR) Scholar’s Program is starting to recruit students for a new two-year research program at WVU.
WVU announced it will be having scheduled slots for students moving into residence halls and free COVID-19 tests for all students, faculty and staff in the spring 2021 semester.
In a statewide race between two Monongalia County residents, incumbent Republican Kent Leonhardt has defeated Democrat Bob Beach for the office of West Virginia Agriculture Commissioner.
Democratic candidate Mike Caputo has been elected to represent West Virginia’s 13th State Senate district.
For the second election in a row, incumbent Republican Mac Warner has defeated Democratic opponent Natalie Tennant in the Secretary of State race.
Patrick Morrisey has won a third term as West Virginia’s attorney general.
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