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On Tuesday, the University announced it would pause administration of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine based on a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 

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This week, podcast host Lindsey McNamee discusses campus COVID updates, art installations in downtown Morgantown, and a campus die-in. For more on these stories and more, visit thedaonline.com. You can listen to Monday in Morgantown at thedaonline.com/monday_in_morgantown or subscribe wherev…

In response to a bill that would effectively ban transgender athletes from participating in secondary school sports, the LGBTQ+ Center at West Virginia University is urging those in opposition to contact their representatives.

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As announced by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on March 22, all West Virginia University students, faculty and staff who are above the age of 18 are now able to apply for and receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 

This week, Photo Editor Duncan Slade covers the arrest of a local business owner in relation to the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, a new waitlist system for class registration and a mix-up with a vaccine link. For more on these stories and more, visit thedaonline.com. You can lis…

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This week, Podcast Editor Abby Smith a historic SGA election, hate group flyers distributed in Morgantown and the WVU Day of Giving. For more on these stories and more, visit thedaonline.com. You can listen to Monday in Morgantown at thedaonline.com/monday_in_morgantown or subscribe wherever…

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UPDATE, 9:33 p.m.: According to the WVUAlert system, the suspect threatened others with a knife. He remains at large, but the area has been cleared. The University Police Department urges people to remain vigilant and contact WVUPD with information.

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On March 3, West Virginia University received more than 5,000 gifts and donations totaling $11.9 million during the University’s fourth annual Day of Giving, setting new records for the 24-hour online fundraising event held across the University system.

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Amaya Jernigan and Hunter Moore, both current West Virginia University juniors, have been elected to serve as the University’s SGA President and Vice President for the 2021-22 academic year.

This week, Podcast Contributor Lindsey McNamee discusses in-person commencement and club sport activities, as well as a new wave of emergency COVID-19 relief funding. For more on these stories and more, visit thedaonline.com. You can listen to Monday in Morgantown at thedaonline.com/monday_i…

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This past Wednesday, the Student Government Association Student Assembly passed AP-2021-01, an assembly proclamation stating support for West Virginia Senate Bill 108 and House Bill 2698.

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In partnership with Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, the Morgantown Menstrual Equity Coalition and the Women’s Resource Center, more locations on campus are soon likely to offer free menstrual products to students.

This week, Podcast Host Sydney Went discusses the UK Variant of COVID-19 in Morgantown, an update on the petition for opening the WVU Rec Center, Black History Month on-campus and a grant for researching antibiotic-resistant infections. For more on these stories and more, visit thedaonline.c…

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Despite reaching more than 3,000 signatures, a petition crafted by junior journalism student Jakob Janoski in hopes of reopening the Rec Center for student use has yet to result in any change from WVU.

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Wearing a mask is one of the most common recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help slow the spread of COVID-19 but, at WVU, not all are abiding by the regulations.

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