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‘Memories of Memories’ opens in Nutting Gallery

‘Memories of Memories’ opens in Nutting Gallery

October 12, 2017

By Maria Kimble, Contributing Writer   On Sept. 27, West Liberty University’s Nutting Gallery opened its newest showcase of artwork from Pittsburgh artist, Nicole Renee Ryan.    The show exhibition...

Students should keep updated with SGA elections and events

April 5, 2017

By Maria Kimble, Contributing Writer Student Government Association (SGA) elections are happening today, April 5, and it is important for students to participate in the election. The Student Government...

West Liberty embraces diversity, safe zone training 

March 25, 2017

By Maria Kimble, Contributing Writer   The West Liberty University community had the opportunity to learn about diversity through Safe Zone Training in late February. WLU Highlands Campus Manager Sara...

Zoo Science major succeeds, grows in Arnett Hall 

Zoo Science major succeeds, grows in Arnett Hall 

February 10, 2017

By Maria Kimble, Contributing Writer   West Liberty University’s Zoo Science major offers new opportunities for students interested in caring for wildlife. This new major started as a discussion in...

Students are happy with new Sakai navigation

February 8, 2017

By Maria Kimble, Contributing Writer   Sakai is a useful program used by WLU professors and students. This program allows open communication between the professor and the student.    Professors can...

November kicks off National Novel Writing Month 

November 9, 2016

By Maria Kimble, Contributing Writer Have you ever wanted to write a novel? Well, this will be the time to do so. November is National Novel Writing Month. This is an annual creative writing project that...

SGA sides with safety by hosting Homecoming in ASRC

September 20, 2016

By Maria Kimble, Contributing WriterWLU is expecting big changes for homecoming this fall semester. After scheduling conflicts with the Wesbanco arena, SGA left it to the student body decide the location...

Campus community remains active over summer

September 6, 2016

By Maria Kimble, Contributing WriterWest Liberty University is a busy campus during the summer months; here is a recap of some of the events on the Hilltop that you might have missed this summer.In our...

Helen Gurley Brown’s stilettos click to her own beat

July 9, 2016

By Maria Kimble, Contributing WriterHelen Gurley Brown was a successful business woman during a time when women struggled to find their place in the workforce. Not only did she fight against her odds but,...

Small changes lead to a more eco-friendly summer

June 7, 2016

By Maria Kimble, Contributing WriterThe summer months offer a great time to make small changes to lead a more eco-friendly life. With having the extra free time and taking baby steps, going greener is...

Students gain publishing opportunities with ‘The Odyssey’

April 28, 2016

By Natasha Muhametzyanova, Contributing WriterHave you heard of The Odyssey? Chances are you shared few articles from this online publication on social media. The good news is that now you can also write...

“Cantamus: A Celebration of Women in Music” showcases female voices at WLU

March 30, 2016

By Maria Kimble, Contributing WriterWest Liberty University houses plenty of talent here on the hilltop. Friday, April 1 at 7 p.m., WLU’s advance women’s chorus will present a concert in the Interfaith...

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