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The Yellow Jacket men’s basketball team is enjoying its most successful season in nearly a decade, and if you’re trying to pinpoint how they’ve been able to pull that off, you may want to start in Willison Hall—Room 605 to be exact. That’s the current home of Jacob Fleegle and Thomas Ellis, the team’s second and third leading scorers, respectively. The two started as roommates freshman year after a recommendation from their head coach Mark Christner, and they’ve been living together ever since. Recently, they shared a glimpse into their experience as roommates and even offered a word of advice for incoming students…
Christian environment, small class size, family member’s positive experience, ability to play basketball
Basketball is the main reason I came to WU. Once I came for my visit and tour, I...
One thing that most people expect when traveling is the experiencing “culture shock.” I don’t know exactly what I was expecting, but Northern Ireland has been quite an interesting study in that respect. Now, maybe there are parts of Ireland that are astonishingly “other” from what I’m used to- I believe, for instance, there are certain towns and islands that, according to various travel sights’ claims, are “a step into the past;” so far, however, in Northern Ireland, Ireland in general, really, there isn’t so much of a “shock” as much as there is a feeling of “I had never realized that was how it was there,” that hits you in the midst of going about your days.
There are some obvious differences that are noticeable right off, like the wonderful accent of the Irish, using “wee” where Americans would use “small,” and parking lots are referred to as car parks;...
Douglas G. Lee, President of Waynesburg University, has been named to The Pennsylvania Business Central’s Top 100 People list of 2013.
According to the Pennsylvania Business Central, the Top 100 People list includes top executives from some of the most successful companies, along with business people from all levels who have made a major impact in their community and business-to-business world throughout the past year.
“I am honored to be recognized by The Pennsylvania Business Central in this way,” Lee said. “In accordance with our mission, Waynesburg University has always placed high significance on serving the local community as well as contributing to the growth and development of the region.”
Lee was elected President of Waynesburg University by the Board of Trustees in September 2012 and took office July 1, 2013. He joined Waynesburg University as Executive Vice President in October 2009.
Prior to joining Waynesburg, Lee was a partner in...
Friday, Jan. 3, 2014
Today, snow drapes from the bare cover of oak tree branches that line the sidewalk behind Miller Hall. Christmas decorations still adorn the frosted brick buildings as I make my way to the office. Yet again, I am reminded of the settling fact that this will be my last winter break as a student worker at Waynesburg University.
Each year it seems this view becomes more beautiful than before, almost whimsical, even. The once rolling green hills that move through campus are now smooth snow caps chasing the sun as it rises above grey clouds. Only frenzied squirrel trails can be found within the white, powdery mix, but in a couple of weeks they will be joined by the dips and divots made by routine ambles to class and the occasional snowball fight.
I don’t feel lonely by the bareness of campus as I continue walking...
A guest art exhibition featuring the work of artist Matthew Stemler will be held in the Benedum Fine Arts Gallery on the campus of Waynesburg University Monday, Jan. 20, through Friday, Feb. 14. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by appointment. An opening reception will take place Monday, Jan. 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. Admission is free, and the public is cordially invited to attend.
Stemler’s art joins kinetic maneuverability with an interest in forms derived from nature and its processes. Installations designed by Stemler use engineered structures and delicate effects to create contemplative spaces.
Stemler resides in Philadelphia, Pa., and serves as the Fine Arts Department coordinator and high school art teacher at Philadelphia Montgomery Christian Academy. He is also on the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Fine Arts Festival Visual Arts Team where he oversees the adjudication process and category...