Monthly Archives: February 2012

One WVU Gymnast Overcomes the Worst

By Amy Wallace, Josh Marshall, Autumn Lonon and Bevin Fletcher Twenty-five hours of practice a week, years of dedication, blood, sweat, tears, and injury, all for three and a half minutes of glory. Gymnast and West Virginia University junior Kaylyn … Continue reading

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The Bread Lady

By: Erica Mokay, Mackenzie Mays and Ashley Piomelli Karen Guse started creating her own recipes when she was only 12 years old – that’s when the Mountain Cookie was born. “People beg me for the recipe to the Mountain Cookie, … Continue reading

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Warhammer – A game of friends and strategy

By Erin Fitzwilliams, Sebouh Majarian, Andrew McDonald and Ryan Ross In a world unseen by most, the gamers who play at Four Horsemen comics shop at the Morgantown Mall spend their time creating their own armies and fight strategic battles similar … Continue reading

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On my way back home…

By: Eva Buchman, Brooke Cassidy and Matt Krauza Marine veteran Bobby Davis is a junior at West Virginia University and working hard toward his degree in International Studies. For Davis, achieving a college degree is the culmination of years of … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life of a DJ

By Jacob Peirce, Alex Trafecante and Caitlin Graziani In the 1990’s grunge, garage bands and “jock jams” ruled the Billboard charts.  In the 2000’s boy bands, girl bands and rap music took over “Total Request Live.”  For the 2010’s a new … Continue reading

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The Modern Renaissance Man

By: Dave Carl and Wayne Haviland Henry Gould’s life has led him on a journey unlike most. Gould was born in Portsmouth, Va. Early on, he knew that his passion lied with radio. “I wanted to be a radio announcer,” … Continue reading

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The Man Behind the Camera

By Lauragrace Allen, Derek Denneny and Lee Ammer Some journalists go an entire career without being recognized for their accomplishments. But West Virginia University Visual Journalism Professor Joel Beeson was fortunate enough to receive recognition for his documentary work with … Continue reading

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