Monthly Archives: April 2012

Travel the world with Amizade Global Service-Learning programs

By Erin Fitzwilliams, Wayne Haviland and Dave Carl Imagine spending the summer in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. It could be the reality for several West Virginia University students this summer who join a service-learning trip with Amizade. Amizade Global Service-Learning is … Continue reading

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On Eagles Wings

By Amy Wallace, Autumn Lonon, and Josh Marshall Jacob Allen has severe autism.  For the past three years, Jacob has been going to On Eagles Wings, a non-profit organization that does therapeutic horse riding for those with disabilities. Karen Allen, … Continue reading

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The WVU results…

The WVU results for the Student Government Association’s election for the 2012-2013 school year were announced last night in the Mountainlair. The announcement resulted in mixed emotions all around, and the Golden Ticket won only one seat on the SGA … Continue reading

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Rock the House

By Caitlin Graziani, Alex Trafecante and Jacob Peirce When it comes to live music, more and more people are choosing to stay in rather than go out. Whether it be the recession, or people not wanting to figure out how … Continue reading

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Haunted WVU

By: Ashley Piomelli, Mackenzie Mays and Erica Mokay Janitors at West Virginia University have seen a little girl in a yellow party dress dancing around the Mountainlair at night. Legend has it, she was buried years ago in a cemetery … Continue reading

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WVU Men’s Soccer: The Home Field Advantage

Produced by: Eva Buchman, Brooke Cassidy, and Matthew Krauza With the slow break up of the Big East Athletic Conference over the last year, WestVirginia University was on the hunt for a new conference. After months of uncertainty, WVU found … Continue reading

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Cooking With Chris

By: Sebouh Majarian, Ryan Ross and Andrew McDonald Chris Hall’s retirement dreams became reality as he looked over the blueprints for his future retirement home. Hall loved to help others improve their cooking skills while teaching them how to prepare … Continue reading

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