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We’re nearing the time of the semester where those group projects that are a significant portion of your grade are due.
Textbooks cost a lot of money - an amount of money that is not really justifiable using even an inkling of common sense.
This is an editorial, published on Sept. 12, 2001, written by the Daily Athenaeum. Most of our current newsroom cannot remember 9/11 – some working here were even born after the horrific events. Yet, reading this editorial shows the fear and uncertainty of those times, while also showing the…
Warner Theatre should be knocked down
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Alpha Gamma Rho’s annual Hog Roast is not an event for the weak. It is an all day endeavor that you must mentally prepare yourself for, or you will find yourself sinking into the oblivion of country music and heaping masses of roasted pork.
Graduating from high school and then going back one year later to prom with your significant other is one thing, but being a 21 year old and going to a high school prom is just weird.
WVU has conveniently placed phone charging stations around campus.
In Morgantown, there are many intersections where drivers must pull across the crosswalk to look both ways before turning.
Your knees shouldn’t be visible when it’s colder than a freezer outside.
College is a time to explore your passions and figure out what you want to do with your life. The University does what it can to help you get started in the professional world, including career fairs, which are great opportunities to network, connect with people in your desired profession an…
The West Virginia Senate unanimously passed a free community and technical college bill on Thursday. While the bill would still need to pass the House and get signed by the governor, it’s a big step for the state’s youth.
- Monongalia County added to list of WV counties under stricter COVID-19 guidelines
- Sunnyside gains new restaurant despite COVID-19
- Morgantown City Council pushes nuisance ordinance to future agenda
- Sewing continues at Daniel’s of Morgantown to help community
- Mon County liquor sales banned for non-WV residents
- WVU postpones housing, meal plan refund decision
- WV sees third confirmed coronavirus death
- High pass/pass/fail grading system available to WVU students
- WVU Greek Life rebrands to be more inclusive
- WVU seeking to extend men’s basketball series with Pitt