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…

For students and townies alike, creating a pedestrian zone in Morgantown’s High Street would create a safer, more fun environment that is more encouraging of commerce and community engagement. 

Confusion strikes. Someone please tell me whose idea it was to group the design students in with the agriculture students. All good majors, nonetheless, but why are these associated and grouped under one college “roof?”

During lunch on weekdays, students try the Mountainlair Cram challenge, where they try to find out how many bodies can fit in the student union building at one time. 

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…

I’m sorry for driving here on sorority Bid Day. Wait, no I’m not. This is a road, made for cars, one of which I am currently in. 

Despite only being a couple of weeks into the semester, many students are longing for a break. Thankfully for them, Martin Luther King Jr. Day  is right around the corner. While it easy to just be grateful for this much-needed day off, it is important to remember the reason behind Martin Lut…

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