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…
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.
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.
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.
The Carruth Center, WVU’s mental health center, has not seen much fluctuation in the number of students using its services despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
When classes began for the fall 2020 semester, some WVU students opted to spend the semester at home with their families while attending classes virtually.
Student-workers at West Virginia University have continued to persevere through COVID-19 challenges. For many Mountaineers, working on campus is more than just a side gig.
Due to the pandemic, West Virginia University’s mental health clinic made the switch to virtual counseling on March 25.
With the closure of many on-campus dining options, as well as the lack of students, WVU Dining Services continues to find better options for students with dietary restrictions.
The Charleston Gazette-Mail filed a lawsuit against the WVU Board of Governors on Oct. 19, alleging the Board violated state open meetings laws, according to an article from the newspaper.
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Half of the course sections offered for the upcoming spring semester at WVU will be conducted in-person or in a hybrid format with an in-person component, according to a University email.
Adapting to virtual platforms, lack of communication and inadequate training and preparation has caused some graduate teaching assistants to cope with additional burdens during the fall 2020 semester.
Despite the increased risk for students to contract COVID-19 on-campus, requirements for students living on-campus and attending in-person courses remain unchanged.
Despite remote learning and numerous socially distanced measures in place, there are many ways students can still pursue dating safely.
Along with concerns of an increase in COVID-19 cases, WVU Medicine is preparing flu vaccine procedures that will be made available to all students, faculty and staff on campus.
Move-in day and dorm life is something every freshman anxiously awaits for, but many freshmen said COVID-19 changed this fresh start for them.
Thousands of international students study at WVU every year, but COVID-19 has left many unable to return to campus and unsure of their future plans.
Many WVU students are still adapting to lectures online through Zoom, something many have never had to do before COVID-19 caused campus to move completely online in the spring semester.
Just hours before the WVU Marching Band members would attend their first football game of the season on Oct. 3, the Pride of West Virginia announced it would no longer be able to perform.
The West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute (WVCTSI) at WVU has received $1.5 million from the National Institute of Health to work with eight other states in collecting COVID-19-related data.
After students returned to campus on Sept. 28, many have had mixed reactions regarding the decision.
Out-of-state students have always faced the question of how to vote if they're not registered in West Virginia. With the cancelation of live polling locations on campus, in-state students now face the same dilemma.
For the first time in the 2020 football season, Milan Puskar Stadium will allow fans for the West Virginia football game scheduled for Oct. 17 against Kansas.
Students gathered at the Mountainlair on Friday to gain support for their "Save WVU March" to protest against the University’s restrictions, but few participants arrived.
Aidan Emanuel received notice from MedExpress Urgent Care he had tested positive for COVID-19 on Sept. 7. It was not until the next day that he was relocated to Arnold Hall and Apartments for isolation.
Due to restrictions put in place by the Monongalia County Clerk's Office, West Virginia University has canceled its plan to have live polling locations on this coming Election Day, instead launching a campaign to register students to vote.
Multiple Morgantown bar owners have filed a lawsuit alleging their rights to due process have been violated.
For the second time since opening Aug. 24, the Starbucks in The Market @ UPlace has temporarily closed due to COVID-19 exposure.
Remote learning is new for the majority of WVU students. With the constantly changing expectations and learning models, The DA wants to know if students feel they are able to focus better during in-person or online lectures. Please answer the questions below and let us know what you're thinking.
A third WVU eatery has been temporarily shut down due to a COVID-19 exposure.
The Student Rec Center has decided to continue daily group exercise classes outside despite many in-person courses and activities being moved to a virtual platform.
Monongalia County remains in the red for COVID-19 cases, leaving high school athletics on hold.
For the second time this month, a West Virginia University eatery is temporarily closed due to COVID-19.
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.
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