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Fall 2015

People placing artwork

Nourishing the Soul

Take a virtual tour of the new Art Museum of WVU before you visit in person.

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New Robot on the Block

New Robot on the Block

He's lean. He's not mean. And this metal WVU machine just won a NASA competition.

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Laboratory

Attacking Stroke on all Fronts

WVU is changing the outcome for patient Jimmy Boehler and the 795,000 people who have a stroke in the U.S. every year.

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Joshua Hall

'The Simpsons' and Economics

Economics professor Joshua Hall uses one of TV's most recognizable shows to teach economics. Who is this band of helpers? The Simpsons.

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James Van Nostrand

Clean Power

Law professor James Van Nostrand is director of the WVU Center for Energy and Sustainable Development. He's worked on a report to help the state of West Virginia handle the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's new Clean Power Plan.

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Ciara Chic

Ciara Chic Kimbrough Continues to Win

Guess the alum with the most championships, and you're probably wrong. It's former professional women's football player Ciara Chic Kimbrough.

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Girl cheering

Fall 2015

Many WVU Magazine readers had plenty to say about our cover story "A Future on the Side of Equality."

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Monticola

Fall 2015

Discover The Monticola yearbook online and send in your union announcements, along with the rest of your news.

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Alum with flag

Fall 2015

Meet the new Alumni Association Executive Director Sean M. Frisbee, honor longtime alumni leader Stephen L. Douglas and see how Mountaineers flew the WVU flag around the world this year.

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John Russo

Night of the Living Dead

Alumnus John Russo co-authored the 1968 cult classic "Night of the Living Dead," a film that still makes us nervous in cellars.

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WVU Golfer

Fall 2015

Golf is back, WVU women's soccer players wowed at the World Cup and a new tradition at Mountaineer Field was a hit.

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Dan Carder

Fall 2015

This year international headlines proclaimed the news that a WVU report led to the discovery that Volkswagen had installed defeat devices in potentially millions of diesel vehicles. Catch that developing story and more here.

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Boba Fett and Storm Trooper

Fall 2015

The WVU Beckley campus opened, an alumna took a case to the U.S. Supreme Court and new students prepared for zombie wars. Catch these and so much more in Matter of Fact.

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Books

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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