You gave us feedback on WVU at 150 and shared us more fond memories of Arnold Hall.
You responded to our stories on new industry in Appalachia, Mother Jones and breast cancer breakthroughs. And you had a lot to share about Arnold Hall.
We love hearing from you. Readers in this edition shared touching notes about "Guarding the Nation's Tomb" and the Mountaineer Marching Band.
You shared your memories of the Mountaineer Marching Band and were touched by the story of Margie Mason, a journalist who helped to free more than 2,000 people from slavery.
Readers were delighted with the research issue's coverage of art and science, and had some pointed comments on the Volkswagen emissions scandal story.
You had touching stories about your own health after our cover story on stroke and you had lots of fond memories about the Evansdale campus in response to the Flashback photo from the late 1960s.
Many WVU Magazine readers had plenty to say about our cover story "A Future on the Side of Equality."
Everyone had a lot to say, from insights about last issue’s cover story “Where We Go From Here” to thoughts on our new design.
Here’s what our readers have to say about their University and WVU Magazine.