West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee has apologized following the release of photos depicting him shopping in a local business without a mask on.
Social gatherings at residential units in certain areas of the city will be prohibited to prevent spread of infection beginning at midnight Friday morning and will remain until repealed or modified.
Active Minds at WVU President Delaney Geib fears that the lack of in-person connection during the pandemic is deteriorating mental health on campus.
WVU has temporarily cancelled in-person undergraduate courses from Sept. 9 through Sept. 25. following several reports of parties over the holiday weekend.
WVU is adding additional data to its public dashboard, including self-reported cases outside of its testing system, isolation and quarantine information.
Three WVU students may face expulsion or suspension after being found to have a history of COVID-19-related violations.
While some universities have set guidelines as to what would trigger a campus-wide shutdown, West Virginia University is focusing on state and local statistics to determine whether on-campus courses are safe to continue.
Less than 48 hours after Monongalia County bars re-opened and following photos and commentary circulating social media of overcrowding and a lack of masks outside of Morgantown bars, Gov. Jim Justice announced all county bars are closed indefinitely as of 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Gov. Jim Justice announced all Monongalia County bars are closed indefinitely as of 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
In a letter to the West Virginia University community, WVU President E. Gordon Gee said students visiting bars and clubs without following safety protocol will face sanctions if identified.
Courtney Weaver is joined this week by Dr. Claire Barbetti of the Carruth Center to talk about relationships during a pandemic. They chat about some common issues that couples may face during this time, and also provide some quick tips to help your relation-“ship” sail smoothly. Don’t forget…
After being tested for COVID-19, Curtis Ward waited 21 days to receive his results.
After an early morning bus ride from his dorm room, Joey Duckhorn sat on a bench outside the Life Sciences Building, wearing a light gray New England Patriots hoodie and carrying a pencil, notebook and water bottle in his backpack. He was excited like never before.
Despite COVID-19 guidances against them, reports of several large parties and gatherings were investigated by the University Police Department between Aug. 17 and Aug. 25, according to the UPD crime log.
Seventeen students have been placed on probation due to COVID-19 related Student Code of Conduct violations, as of Aug. 26.
Since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, effective protection has been on the minds of many in West Virginia and all around the country.
There is nothing quite like arriving at WVU as an incoming freshman.
Six students are facing sanctions from student conduct following several social gatherings held downtown and near campus, according to a letter from Corey Farris, WVU's dean of students.
WVU students and faculty will be asked a series of daily questions throughout the fall semester to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
Courtney Weaver is joined by new Adventure psychologist Sarah Milam and Outdoor Education Center facilitator Jake Burgess to talk about how nature can help enhance every dimension of wellbeing – physical, purpose, community, financial, social, and emotional. For more information on outdoor p…
On Monday, West Virginia University announced the creation of a COVID-19 online dashboard, allowing students, faculty and community members to view daily test results across the University system.
Every week last semester, Jennifer Stueckle and her class of immunology students gathered just before noon for "Coronavirus Wednesday," a weekly informal discussion on the latest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Courtney Weaver is joined this week by Matthew Richardson, director for the Center for Fraternal Values and Leadership to talk a little bit about Greek Life here at WVU and the importance of peer accountability and community responsibility in the age of COVID-19.
Former WVU residential complex Arnold Apartments is being prepared to reopen as a quarantine space for students during the upcoming semester.
With widespread concern still prevalent among the Morgantown community, West Virginia University has announced continued adjustments on campus for the fall semester.
Free COVID-19 testing continues in Monongalia County as cases are on the rise.
Courtney Weaver is joined by Angela Delfine and Patrick O’Donnell from Housing and Residence Life to talk about the experience of living in the residence halls on campus. While things may change with the pandemic, living in the halls, close to the action, is still an advantage and can build …
The Morgantown City Council approved an emergency ordinance Tuesday, voting unanimously to pass a statute in hopes of reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Jim Justice has ordered the closure of all bars in Monongalia County for 10 days as COVID-19 cases continue to spike.
Eyeing a return to campus amid the coronavirus pandemic, West Virginia University administrators addressed safety and protocol for the upcoming fall semester during a Return to Campus Conversations webinar on Thursday.
For many WVU students, the possibility of fall courses being moved online might not be ideal. However, for more than 1,500 international students, it would mean deportation.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced Monday that he is signing an executive order making it mandatory to wear face coverings in buildings across the state.
Monongalia County has had a 61.7% increase in COVID-19 cases since July 1, with 100 new positive cases being reported.
Four additional members of the West Virginia University football team have tested positive for the coronavirus, the WVU athletic department announced Sunday.
Summer workouts for the West Virginia University men's basketball team, which were scheduled to begin on Monday, have been postponed.
At least 10 West Virginia University students have tested positive for the coronavirus, the University announced Thursday.
The Monongalia County Health Department announced Wednesday that three individuals who tested positive for the coronavirus had been at Baby Squirrels Saloon on June 24.
The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources announced Wednesday that two locations in Monongalia County will provide free coronavirus testing on July 10 and 11.
On a frigid Utah morning, runners stretched before beginning a half marathon just outside of Salt Lake City. Just before the walls of Big Cottonwood Canyon became illuminated by crisp sunlight, Maryanne Reed toed the starting line in a bumblebee costume.
One member of the West Virginia men's basketball team has tested positive for COVID-19, the WVU athletic department announced Monday.