We're talking trash, saluting scholars and bidding farewell to the chief.
Much is happening at WVU. We have a new Mountaineer, raised $1.2 billion and are adding a 10-story tower for Medicine Children's.
One alumna beat the pros in the Food Network show "Cooks vs. Cons" and another alumnus was on flights measuring Hurricane Irma. See what else is cookin' among WVU faculty, staff, students and alumni.
An ice drilling team took home top honors in a NASA competition, the sports management graduate program is ranked 10th in the U.S., and an alumna wrote the book on pepperoni rolls.
We bid farewell to Arnold Hall, "meet the press" and applaud WVU's online grad program in software engineering.
WVU surpassed $1 billion in its State of Minds campaign and the robotics team was again the only team to win NASA's competition.
Mountaineers went first in assisting with flood relief efforts in West Virginia this summer.
This issue, the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute prepares to open, a professor takes cameras into classrooms and Morgantown breaks ground on a new $30-million swimming, diving and track complex.
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.
A 94-year-old grad. An artificial hand that works like a real one. A tree from Isaac Newton’s backyard. Learn about these and more.
From the new art museum to acupuncture to shoe research, there’s a lot happening at WVU.