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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.

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Fungi

There's a fungus among us. Arbuscular endomycorrhizal fungi help 80 percent of plants on earth stay alive. The largest collection on Earth of these lifesavers is at WVU.

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Herbarium

The herbarium in the Life Sciences Building is like an encyclopedia of plants that were once alive.

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Mark Twain

Take a look into Mark Twain's life in WVU's Rare Book Room. His pre-glued scrapbooks were a huge hit. His hard-to-understand memory builder game? Not so much.

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Pharmacy Museum

What do a pickled leech, bleeding instruments and quinine have in common? The WVU Cook-Hayman Pharmacy Museum.

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Political Cartoons

In this presidential election season, explore this collection of witty and biting cartoons from days gone by.

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WVU Press

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.

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Zipline

WVU started the nation’s first zip canopy tour operated by a university. Get to know the canopy tour from two of our tour guides.

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