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Gospel Music vs. Modern Times


By Nathan Johnson, Staff Writer We have all heard the top forty on the radio and have had something in common with lyrics we hear on a daily basis. Whether it be on the radio, at work or at school. However, how many of us take time to listen to other genres of music, such […]

New Eatery in Wheeling is a Home Run

Pizza, burgers, subs... Oh my!

By Jessica Broverman, Online Editor A new restaurant has been added to the Wheeling area, just 20 minutes from the West Liberty campus. Stadiums is a new establishment located at 95 Edgington Lane in Wheeling and serves up gourmet pizza, burgers and subs. Lesley Antonik of Ruttenbucks Grill created Stadiums so everyone could have all […]

“The Fault in Our Stars” is a Must-See and Must-Read


By Hannah Mason, Staff Writer The book by John Green has topped the Young Adult section of the New York Times bestseller list for 82 weeks. The movie had “one of the biggest opening days of the year” in terms of sales, according to Ray Subers for Box Office Mojo, as it beat out other […]

Don’t Let an Injury slow your summer down

By Katie  Ralbusky, Contributing Writer When the weather warms up more people tend to be physically active. This also means injuries are far more common if people do not properly prepare themselves. According to the article Don’t Let Common Summer Sports Injuries Keep You From Giving 110%, “Back pain, muscle tears, sprains, tendon injuries, cramps, […]

Wheeling Commemorates Independence Day

By Jessica Broverman, Online Editor  It is once again the time of year to break out the sparklers and throw the hot dogs on the grill. Independence Day, more popularly called the fourth of the July, is one of the few days out of the year that families and communities have a chance to be […]

Stifel Art’s Center Summer Exhibition

By Jessica Broverman, Online Editor The opening reception of the Art for Mobility: A Gathering of Artists and Activists at the Stifel Arts Center of the Oglebay Institute will feature Haitian artist Francillon Chery. Chery will be presenting a collection of metallic and canvas art along with CHAOTICA Art creator, Don Bristow. The exhibit is […]

Viewing The Trumpet from past to present

By Kim Rippeth, Contributing Writer It is Monday, the longest day of The Trumpet editor Anna Patrick’s week. After a full day of classes, she will spend hours looking over each headline, article, and photo to make sure that West Liberty University’s newspaper, The Trumpet, can be printed and distributed in its best form possible […]

What’s in a poll?

What’s in a poll?

By Tony Viola, Sports Editor ­­­­­­The following is a sports column for The Trumpet.  Let us know what you think at thetrumpet! It’s been said never put too much stock into a preseason poll. That they’re all just based on what looks good on paper. But still, being ranked the No. 1 team in […]

First Trumpet edition will hit stands Wednesday

The final preparations have been made to publish the first print edition of The Trumpet for the 2012-2013 school year. Look for copies of The Trumpet located in newsstands across buildings on campus including the Student Union, the cafeteria, Main Hall, the library, Arnett Hall, the ASRC, Blatnik gym, the Fine Arts building, the Interfaith […]

Welcome back!

Welcome back to WLU from all of us at The Trumpet. A reminder to all students with a car that park on campus, don’t forget to stop by the Residence Life office in Rogers or the Campus Police office in Shaw to get your parking permit. We want to know what your favorite class is […]