Student newspapers are responsible for two basic things: being a voice for students on campus and holding our University accountable.
In almost every large lecture hall, there is THAT person.
Whenever a student needs to check up on a due date, eCampus conveniently offers access for syllabi of each class.
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.
You shouldn’t be on your phone at all when you’re driving – even while waiting on a traffic light to turn green.
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.
Last month, the DA published a Staff Short titled “Don’t mix crosswalks and sex.”
The Daily Athenaeum will publish its April Fools’ Day Edition on Monday.
We’ve all been there.
Don’t reverse the wrong way up a one-way street.
I get it. Maybe I should have taken the extra minute to search between my seat cushions for a few more coins. Maybe I could have run back to the car faster. Regardless: the time in the meter ran out.
Anyone who has gone out has probably seen THAT kind of drunk person.
Morgantown infrastructure already doesn’t support bicyclists very well.
WVU has conveniently placed phone charging stations around campus.
There are already too many distractions for advertisements to be placed beside crosswalks.
In the past, the Daily Athenaeum has endorsed candidates in the WVU Student Government Association election.
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?”
We all know that having a roommate walk in on you can kill the mood when you and your significant other are trying to get it on.
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.
As students should diligently do their assignments, professors should diligently update grades on eCampus.
A 17-year-old high schooler interested in journalism wanted to tour the Daily Athenaeum building.
As the ice melts, Morgantown potholes pop up like acne on a teen’s face.
You have a huge project due tomorrow.
It’s nothing personal.
Downtown Morgantown needs a bookstore.
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.
There aren’t assigned seats in college.
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…
A lot of WVU freshmen can’t wait to turn 21.
We are in the year 2019. In July, it will have been 50 years since the United States was able to put a man on the moon for the first time.
To get a lid and straw at the Mountainlair and Evansdale Crossing Taziki’s, customers now have to specifically ask for them.
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.
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.
Take a walk in Morgantown after an alcohol-infused Friday night. You’ll see a lot.
Well, this is worrying.