A new culinary experience came to campus this month through a partnership between WVU Dining Services and celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez.
Outside of the academic world, a majority of your time in college is spent at your own leisure. Nightlife takes up a good portion of your time as a college student, as the nights become longer in the winter months and students spend more time going out.
With plenty of shops, entertainment and, best of all, so many great food options, High St. is one of the main attractions near WVU’s campus for students to enjoy. Some of the most popular options downtown offer sandwiches, ice cream, fries and cookies, but there is one restaurant that sells …
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Craving a burger from right here in the heart of Morgantown? Looking for an environment to hang out with friends and be greeted by an amazing staff? Prefer to order at your own pace and close your tab whenever you please? If so, Morgantown Brewing is the place for you.
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The dining halls on West Virginia University’s campus where students are able to use their meal swipes are just not open long enough. There are two options for meal swipes. You’ve got your Downtown dining halls and your Evansdale dining halls. If you live in the dorms or just off-campus and …
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