When West Virginia University fans went to sleep that night, they felt like heroes. When they awoke, they were seen as the most recent culprits in the national rioting scene on college campuses.View Story
E. Gordon Gee found himself back at the place that afforded him his first opportunity to shine as a leader West Virginia University.
It’s been almost a year and the self-professed “born-again, born-again West Virginian” wants to move the University and the state forward, but it’s going to take more than him to do it: “It is my calling. It is your calling,” he said.View Story
The universe is sending us 10,000 messages every day. You can’t see them. You can’t understand them. But then again, neither can anybody else.View Story
In this Q&A Sen. Jay Rockefeller remembers the time he was booed on Mountaineer field and other tales.Read the Interview
From the new art museum to acupuncture to shoe research, there’s a lot happening at WVU.View Facts
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Oliver Luck examines the changes ahead for the NCAA as college athletes work to form unions and become recognized as employees.View Story
Physicist Alan Bristow answers our pressing questions on the future of technology and tells why we shouldn’t be scared of physics.
We’re crowd-sourcing favorite things to share with you in our ultimate insider’s guide to West Virginia University. First up, we’ve asked our friends at WVU Press to tell us about the titles they love. From art to sports to politics to history, they’ve found a book published by the Press for everyone.
The Young Alums spotlight this issue is on Arvind Dixit and Jason Zuccari, the creators of the Bubblews social network that is getting attention across the tech and business worlds.View Story
See how Sunnyside has transformed over decades, and read the story of one of Mountaineer basketball’s most treasured supporters.View Stories
In this season of giving, share a gift that matches your love for WVU. Visit us on Pinterest for more details on purchasing these items and more.
Here’s what our readers have to say about their University and WVU Magazine.View Submissions
See what your fellow alumni are up to, from honoring the oldest living survivor of the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor to celebrating the pepperoni roll.View Diaries
Mountaineer spirit runs deep, and you’re invited behind-the-scenes to celebrate the heart of WVU athletics in moments large and small.Mountaineer Spirit
Catch up with sneak peeks and snapshots of some of the creative research, ideas and products incubating 24/7 across WVU.See Innovators
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