Arts and Life

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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.

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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.   

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On Monday, April 10, and Wednesday, April 12, five students at Waynesburg University will be putting their directing skills on display at the Goodwin Performing Arts Center with five separate one-act plays. The performances, which will be graded as part of a “Directing for the Stage” course taught by Edward Powers, are scheduled to run from 8 to 9:30 p.m. 

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The Stover Scholars took their annual trip to Washington, D.C., from March 23-24, meeting with prominent figures in government, business, politics and other professions. After arriving back on campus, many of the Stover Scholars impacted Waynesburg University by talking to their friends and others at the university about what they learned, the interesting places they saw and the people they met with on this year’s trip.

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The week’s work by Waynesburg University’s drama club, the Waynesburg Players, has finally come to fruition as they put on a series of performances of the well-known musical, “The Addams Family.” The cast members, other students and staff involved have been hard at work for weeks perfecting the finishing touches for their five performances.