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Crutchfield’s impact on Men’s Basketball Program

Crutchfield's impact on Men's Basketball Program

Thomas Cole and Thomas Cole

January 6, 2020

          The men’s basketball team here at West Liberty has become a dominating force both regionally and nationally.  With a 147-7(.953) record at home in the last ten years, they have the highest home winning percentage across all levels of collegiate basketball during that time.  In compar...

Celebrating Women’s History Month

March 15, 2017

By Megan Jones, Advertising Manager The month of March brings multiple holidays along with it, from Ash Wednesday to St. Patrick's Day; so, I'm sure you'll find yourself celebrating at some point. One of the most important holidays being celebrated is Women's History Month. Read More »...

Recognizing the Founders of Alpha Xi Delta

April 17, 2015

By Zoe Poindexter, Contributing Writer More than 100 years ago, on April 17, 1893 at Lombard College Galesburg, IL  Alpha Xi Delta was founded by ten young woman who shared the vision of a national organization dedicated to the personal growth of women. Today it is known as one of the oldest women’s f...

Stay Aware of Campus Sexual Assault

April 15, 2015

By Lauren O'Connor, Contributing WriterIt's time West Liberty University and its students have a serious conversation about sexual assault. Reports have shown that one in every five college-aged women are victims of campus sexual assault. Up to 10 percent of campus sexual assault victims are men, but those...

Looking back on 9/11

September 11, 2014

By Nicole Henry, Contributing Writer September 11, 2001 is the date that changed America forever. People all around the United States woke up to what they thought would be a regular day; a regular day of getting their kids ready for school, making their coffee, and heading off to work. There was no t...

Iconic Comedian Joan Rivers Dies at 81

September 5, 2014

By Jessica Broverman Editor Many are in shock and dismay over the death of Joan Rivers. Rivers was a very well-known comedian and the first of her kind. Her life was cut short due to problems occurring during a vocal chord surgery at an endoscopy clinic. She was then rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital located in NYC...

IRS Scams Sweeping the Nation

August 27, 2014

By Katie Ralbusky Staff Writer The Internal Revenue Service warns of a new phone scam going on across the nation. It has hit taxpayers, and notably recent immigrants, in the last several months. Potential victims of this scam are threatened with warrants for their arrest, having their utilities shut off, o...

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