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Students to serve The Pittsburgh Project
Seven Waynesburg University students will serve The Pittsburgh Project (TPP) Saturday, Oct. 11. Laurie Steere, resident director at Waynesburg University, will serve as trip leader. Located on the no...
Students to serve in Greene County during fall break
Seven Waynesburg University students, led by Kelley Hardie, assistant dean of Student Services at Waynesburg University, and Chris Hardie, assistant dean of Student Services, head men’s and women’s cr...
Graduate counseling student and professors to present at national conferences
A Waynesburg University Graduate Counseling Program faculty member, as well as a faculty-and-student team, recently had scholarly papers accepted for presentation at national conferences. Dr. Devon M...
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There’s no business like show business: CLOsing in on my summer
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My journey with the Pittsburgh CLO began in May as I picked out my best work attire and paired it with all things pink, because after all, a girl oozes confidence in pink. Before I knew it, I was stan...
Top 5 reasons to consider a small, liberal arts university
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Big school, or small school? That’s the question a lot of individuals face when choosing a college. And in the long list of factors that goes into choosing a college, size and type often find them...
Sting Swing turns heads at annual Michigan Classic West Coast Swing Dance Competition
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Eight Waynesburg University students accompanied Faith Musko, instructor of forensic science and adviser to the West Coast Swing (WCS) Club on campus known as “Sting Swing,” to Dearborn, Mich., in Jun...
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