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The diplomas are in place and the caps and gowns have all been distributed. On April 30, 527 graduates will walk across the stage during Waynesburg University’s 166th commencement ceremony.  Of those 527, there are 368 main campus undergraduates, 155 graduate program students and four studen…

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At a baccalaureate service, usually held around the same time as a graduation, a sermon is given to honor the graduating class. This year, Waynesburg’s Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises will be held April 30, and the Baccalaureate service will center around the Rev. Dr. Daniel Migliore, the Charles Hodge professor emeritus at Princeton Theological Seminary, in Princeton, New Jersey.

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The diplomas are in place and the caps and gowns have all been distributed. On April 30, 527 graduates will walk across the stage during Waynesburg University’s 166th commencement ceremony.  Of those 527, there are 368 main campus undergraduates, 155 graduate program students and four students earning their Ph.D.s.  

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On Sunday, April 9, 145 students gathered within their Relay for Life teams in Johnson Commons to fundraise $11,495.01 for different causes to help fight cancer. The day, which was largely organized by faculty advisor for Colleges Against Cancer Kelley Hardie, was attended by faculty, students who didn’t participate on teams and community members.

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Waynesburg University is still in the process of trying to install campus-wide Wi-Fi, which is expected to be completed by the beginning of the Fall 2017 semester. However, the process has been multi-faceted and extensive, and for a few days, students living in Willison Hall were asked to turn off their personal wireless internet devices while the testing was going on in that residence hall. 

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The Rosetta Kormuth DeVito Lecture series returned to Waynesburg University March 29. The speaker for the lecture was Dennis Yablonsky, CEO of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and its affiliated organizations, which include the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, the Pennsylvania Economy League of Southwestern Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance.

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WAYNESBURG, PA—Waynesburg University often takes advantage of its proximity to Pittsburgh and all of the city’s resources. This was evident last week, March 31, when several Waynesburg accounting students traveled to Carnegie Mellon University to network and learn from multiple prestigious professionals in their field.

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WAYNESBURG, PA— Waynesburg University will host the Gross National Product’s (GNP) 47th Anniversary Concert Saturday, April 22. The event will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Goodwin Performing Arts Center on the campus of Waynesburg University. Admission is free, and doors open at 7 p.m. Reservations are not necessary.

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As the lunch hour begins, the line grows longer and hungry students form a line like dominoes being stacked behind one another. A smiling face is seen behind the counter. The face, greeting students with a dose of humor and a side of fries is longtime Beehive employee, Tracie Campbell. 

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Waynesburg University will be holding its 11th annual Mini Relay For Life on April 9 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Johnson Commons. This year’s theme, “Kicking Cancer off the Board,” involves student-led clubs and organizations incorporating a gaming aspect into their displays or booths. 

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According to a national statistic, two out of every three college students change their major at least once. State statistics say that at least 50 percent of incoming college students are undecided about their majors. Waynesburg University senior Olivia Latimer realized she was in that same position when she decided she wanted switch her major to education going into the fall of her junior year.