The 10th annual Waynesburg Idol was held Friday, September 26 in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center.
For senior Laken Hart, a computer science major with a math minor, one of the more interesting experiences during her time at Waynesburg was having the opportunity to study abroad in New Zealand in the spring of her junior year.
Relationships between professors and students are generally thought of as a work relationship and one that commands respect on both ends; but if you are senior pre-law major Brandon VanTine, not only do you pick fights with your professor – your professor encourages it.
Four years is enough time for a president to complete a term, an infant to grow into a young child, a new Olympics to be held and for Renée Belisky to completely reinvent herself.
Michael Merten, having graduated from North Warren Regional High School in Blairstown, New Jersey, wanted the college of his choice to either have a big name or be Christian-based.
David O’Donoghue can remember passing it as a child on his way to church in Eastview – it was one of those things that, for whatever reason, found its way into the back of his head.
Before she came to Waynesburg University, Wiedner made the decision to do what she loved as opposed to what will likely get her the most money. Four years later, it appears that she made the correct decision.
Even with two scientific majors and a minor, no matter how difficult academics got for Morgan Newbauer, she continued to push forward and take advantage of every opportunity she could during her time at Waynesburg University.
How she got to Waynesburg University is a bit different than the way most people take when they choose to attend Waynesburg University, but a postcard in the mail with promises of a free t-shirt was enough to draw her first interest.
When it comes to starting out in college, one of the hardest challenges for some students is making friends. However, that wasnít the issue for senior environmental science major Devin Dunmire.
The first time Taylor Garrett visited Waynesburg, she sat in a Dr. James Bush class. Unlike most high school seniors, Garrett answered a question. At that moment, she knew Waynesburg was where she belonged.
From her home in Denver, Colorado, senior English literature major Jodie Alexander grew up on cassette tapes, watching films with her father, who was a film editor.
When it comes to Amy Hawley, senior criminal justice major and psychology minor, they word that comes to mind is “well-rounded.” At least that’s how it is for Adam Jack, chairperson for the Criminal Justice and Social Sciences Department.
Lindsay Orzechowski was always known as "the triplet." Her sisters, Rachel and Lauren, have always been a big part of her life, and Orzechowski having grown up with them, wanted to attend higher education with them. However, that wouldn't be the result, as she found Waynesburg University and realized she had to branch away from her sisters to make her own dreams come true.
Kristen Wilson, a senior secondary education chemistry major, always knew that she wanted to be a teacher. After her first day of kindergarten, she returned home and expressed to her parents that she wanted to be a teacher. Although she wasn't sure what she wanted to teach yet, she knew that teaching was what she wanted to do.
Casey Riker couldn't decide if she wanted to be a biblical ministry studies major or a psychology major. All she knew was that she wanted a career where she could help people.
Waynesburg University found its way on Victoria Robinson’s college search through her father, a 1997 history graduate of Waynesburg College. During her junior and senior year in high school, Robinson, a Coudersport, Pennsylvania, native, toured a great deal of schools in order to find the perfect college that fit what she imagined college and the college atmosphere would look like.