A WVU student is in critical condition after suffering serious injuries from a two-story fall from the Sigma Nu fraternity house on Thursday night.
The machines the WVU Cancer Institute uses to deliver radiation therapy has cut treatment time in half, and Hannah Hazard said this is just one of the advancements in breast cancer care.
The LGBTQ+ Center puts an emphasis on acceptance through safe zone trainings with the goal of encouraging positive conversations about problems students face.
The father of a WVU student who suffered brain injuries after falling down the WVU Sigma Alpha Epsilon house in November is suing the fraternity and others.
WVU’s fraternities and sororities are a source of pride on campus and are often viewed as a pillar of many students’ daily lives in Morgantown. Greek life comes with its fair share of baggage, however, and one thing that has been receiving increased attention throughout the past few years is…
A WVU geography professor discussed her role at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, as well as the rigorous special report process at the University’s planetarium on Friday.
Freshman retention rates are on the rise at WVU, meaning more students are on track to earning their degree.
Students of the International English Program shared their culture with guests through music, snacks and activities at the International Game Day event in the Mountainlair on Tuesday.
Mia Moody-Ramirez spoke about the image repair theory and how to restore self-image once it’s damaged at a Stereotypes, Humor and Black Twitter Narratives in the 21 Century presentation on Wednesday.
Four panelists discussed the turning point for women’s equality in sports and media, along with the progression that still needs to be made. As a part of Diversity Week, the “Play Like a Girl: A Discussion of Women in Sports and Media,” was moderated by Emily Corio, a WVU journalism professo…
As a federal-recognized member of the Mohawk nation, Dylan Adams, a senior psychology student, identifies ethnically with less than 1% of students on campus.
With the help of a $1 million U.S. Department of Health and Human Services award, the WVU Institute for Community and Rural Health will continue fighting opioid crisis in West Virginia.
WVU has undergone quite a few changes this year, including the LGBTQ+ Centers’ move from Hodges Hall to Maple House back in February.
The WVU Young Americans for Freedom organization and the WVU College Republicans held the “9/11 Never Forget Project” at Woodburn Circle on Tuesday night, where members planted American flags to honor the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
WVU President E. Gordon Gee visited the Daily Athenaeum newsroom on Thursday to take questions from the staff. Below are some of the topics discussed.
Students, faculty, staff and visitors are now prohibited from using electronic cigarettes or any other tobacco products on all WVU campuses under the new tobacco- and smoke-free campus rule that went into effect Aug. 1.
WVU is paying FallFest 2019 performers a combined $350,000, a $45,000 increase from the 2018 performance.
WVU students weren’t the only ones having fun on the night of FallFest 2018.
A WVU student has been arrested and charged with making terroristic threats, according to a WVU news release.
Cheyenne Luzynski is the faculty advisor of the new WVU women’s hockey club and so much more.
While Jake Evans was the 2014-15 WVU Student Government Association vice president, he was addicted to opioids.
On Monday morning, around 1,300 WVU employees received an email offering them a potential voluntary separation from the University in exchange for a year or half a year’s pay.
Starting July 1, Maryanne Reed will become WVU’s provost, where she plans to use her 26 years of experience at the University to begin the next chapter of academic affairs at the institution she’s been a part of since 1993.
Five WVU women have been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to teach English abroad next year. The Fulbright Program is a U.S. government international exchange program where recipients are given a stipend to study, teach or conduct research while increasing mutual understanding b…
Morgantown native, WVU alumnus and political columnist Michael Tomasky came back home to the University on Monday to answer questions about his new book “If We Can Keep it: How the Republic Collapsed and How It Might Be Saved.”
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