By Jessica Broverman Editor Throwing a party is difficult considering all of the different challenges that they come with. Food, drinks, music, atmosphere and so on. Many believe that parties are even more difficult to plan when they are centered around a theme or holiday. On the contrary, Labor Day is one of the best […]
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Katie Ralbusky Staff Writer The Internal Revenue Service warns of a new phone scam going on across the nation. It has hit taxpayers, and notably recent immigrants, in the last several months. Potential victims of this scam are threatened with warrants for their arrest, having their utilities shut off, or deportation if they are immigrants. […]
By Olivia Morgan, Editor West Liberty University has been preparing for the incoming freshman class, and move-in day will be here before students know it. Whether they’re ready or not, the class of 2018 is going to be starting a new chapter of life; within this chapter, students will get the full college experience. Being […]
By Nathan Johnson, Staff Writer It is August, so that means school will be starting in a couple of weeks for West Liberty students. It’s the time for all the preparation students need to do to get back into the swing of school. Here are some tips on what students can do to come out of […]
By Tara Adamczyk, Staff Writer On August 11, 2014, one of America’s most beloved actors, Robin Williams, passed away at the age of 63. Williams got his start in acting through his high school drama department, and in 1973 was one of 20 students accepted into Julliard; one of two selected for the Advanced Program. Williams […]
By Jessica Broverman, Online Editor Many of us grew up with Miley Cyrus from when she rocked a blonde wig and was secretly a pop star in high school. From then to now, the transition she has made has been drastic and though some people question her morality, it has not diminished her fan base.
By Hannah Mason, Assistant Editor It’s a pretty safe bet that if you pick up a book that’s landed on the New York Times bestseller list that it’s going to be a pretty good read. Today that list only makes up a small fraction of the books that are out on the market on any […]
By Jessica Broverman, Online Editor Every year all people of different walks of life come together to celebrate at the Grecian Festival. Though this event is in recognition of the Greek people, it is open to everyone of all ages, religions and denominations. During this celebration, you can learn about Grecian history, play games and […]
By Katie Ralbusky, Staff Writer The Apes Are Here. Ten years after the events of the first movie, the virus has decimated humanity and caused a global economic collapse. Caesar rules over his own ape community and soon welcomes the birth of a new son.