WVU President E. Gordon Gee, 75, will miss the Dec. 21 commencement due to his hip replacement surgery on Thursday at J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital.
A small, green, plastic alien hides among a pile of rocks on the corner of Kathleen Benison’s desk. Its tiny hand is raised, waving. In a few months, she may know if aliens are real.
West Virginia University Reed College of Media Alumnus, Bob Kittle, and his wife Luanne continued their support for the college by pledging the largest donation in the school’s history.
For WVU junior Melissa Stone, finding the right path in college was difficult.
For the first time, incarcerated students at the State Correctional Institution in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, will receive three college credits through WVU’s Inside-Out prison literature course.
Diana McIntosh realized she was different at a young age.
The Martin Hall Agency held a daylong “Don’t Box Me In” event to inform students about the importance of the First Amendment. The event featured a reading of the Amendment, library exhibits, a panel discussion and trivia night.
WVU raised more than $11 million to help fund programs, provide opportunities for students and improve the University during its third annual Day of Giving.
Joshua Dower, internal medicine and pediatrics specialist at WVU Medicine, said Nolan Burch should not be dead.
With substance abuse continuing to plague West Virginia, WVU provides a number of resources to support student recovery and well-being.
A bell ringing ceremony was held to remember Mountaineers Ryan Diviney and Rylee Burnette at Olgebay Plaza on Friday.
In 2016, Vanessa Bishop, a multidisciplinary studies student at WVU, underwent a major surgery to remove a brain tumor.
The West Virginia University School of Dentistry student clinic provided free oral healthcare screenings and exams to veterans and active National Guard and reserve members on Friday.
Next weekend, WVU’s Mountaineer will be more than 30,000 feet in the air. He’ll probably have some headphones in or will be asking for some water with his thick West Virginian drawl, trying not to nod off as he flies to Kansas for the football game.
WVU’s Student Government Association plans to get students more involved throughout campus improve safety on campus, and provide more education on sexual assault prevention and mental health, according to the Dye-Matheny Administration Mid-Term Report.
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WVU hosted its annual Mountaineer Arts and Crafts fair during Mountaineer Week, where a variety of shop and business owners from all over the state showcased their unique work.
WVU Medicine is the first to have a fully-functional multi-organ transplant center in West Virginia.
Christian Help is a non-profit organization located in Morgantown that serves anyone in need by providing financial support and professional guidance.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and compared to other Big 12 schools with similar, or even larger, enrollment numbers, WVU has among the highest reported domestic violence offenses.
Alcohol sales in Milan Puskar Stadium are on the rise.
Every year, students from all over the state compete in the annual pumpkin drop to see whose pumpkin can survive the 11-story fall from the WVU Engineering Sciences Building, but this year, fewer teams’ pumpkins survived.
For more than five years, WVU’s first-time freshman retention rates have fluctuated between the upper 70% and lower 80%.
Several engineers from the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources are working together to create a robotic system that will make mines safer.
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Electronic cigarettes have been marketed as a safe alternative to cigarettes for years, but new findings of lung damage, chemical burns and stiffened blood vessels in e-cigarette users suggest that vaping may be equally as harmful.
WVU’s Provost Academic Policy Committee has changed the dates of when students can withdraw from classes and the University.
WVU President E. Gordon Gee spoke about the future of the University, transforming higher education and helping every student at WVU thrive during his annual State of the University address on Monday.
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.
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