Archive for October 10th, 2010

SGA President’s Corner: Whitehead sounds off

Richard Whitehead, SGA President On behalf of the entire Student Government Association, I would like to personally thank all of the students that have attended the events that this organization has sponsored so far this year. I do not think anyone can argue what a success this year has been and we could not have […]

Phonathon discontinued for fall semester

By James Shaver, Contributing Writer West Liberty’s phonathon program has been discontinued for the 2010 fall semester. According to Executive Director of Development Jason Koegler, WLU’s phonathon program will not be held this fall semester due to financial difficulties, lack of leadership, and advances in mobile technology. In the past West Liberty, along with many […]

WL XCers compete at Slippery Rock

By Kyle Lutz, Contributing Writer The West Liberty Cross Country teams traveled back to Slippery Rock, Pa. Saturday for the 10-team Slippery Rock Invitational. The women ran the first race of the day, welcoming two new runners, Desiree Dennis and Brandy Barton.  The two have been practicing with the teams for the past couple of […]

Student offers solutions for WL parking dilemma

Adam Leonard, Contributing Writer No matter how hard you try, you can’t please everyone. This sentiment is all too true on the campus of West Liberty University. If you are a member of the campus community you have undoubtedly had to deal with the “supposed” problem of parking. Most of the complaints would come from […]

Americorps VISTA provides way to serve

By Ashley Zago, Contributing Writer West Liberty University students now have the opportunity to benefit personally by serving in local and neighboring communities through the National Organization of AmeriCorps VISTA. AmeriCorps VISTA is a national community service program designed to bring volunteers to organizations for the purpose of creating and expanding capacity building programs to […]

WL lady netters fare well at Fairmont

Story provided by HIlltopper Sports The West Liberty University women’s tennis team rolled to a dominating 7-3 victory against Fairmont State on Oct. 1 in a West Virginia Conference match at the Edgar Martin Tennis Complex. Coach Heather Gallagher’s Hilltoppers (2-3, 2-1) grabbed an early lead by winning two of the three doubles matches before […]