Read how lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are finding a home at WVU.
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, alumnus Rustin Moore led the largest horse rescue in the nation’s history.
Want to know why we wear caps and gowns at commencement? We’ve got you covered.
Compare the Evansdale campus of the 1960s with today's. There's been lots of exciting changes.
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.
Criminology professor James Nolan was a cop in “Murder Town USA” and has researched crime with the FBI. He’s got some ideas on how to create policing that works.
We laughed. We cried. We remembered. Now you can, too, with this collection of sweet and laugh-out-loud funny graduation memories.
Meet Masters swim champion Janet Bieno McDonough and composer Steven Traugh among many other fellow alums.
Where in the world are WVU alumni? Check out our map and discover other facts you didn’t know about your fellow alumni.
Mildred Fizer is the first woman in the nation to lead a state 4-H program. The organization was in the midst of an exciting time then and still is today.
From securing your selfies, to creating mobile PET scanners, WVU is making inventions that affect your life.
When people say that West Virginians don’t often succeed, Emily Renzelli says they’re wrong. She’s just been named to Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 list for Law and Policy.
This season we welcomed 5-year-old basketball player Nicholas Wince, said goodbye to legend Hot Rod Hundley and bagged a few championships.
Cheryl Ball says people panned the move of book publishing from monasteries just like they’re challenging digital media. Read how she’s making information more open to the public.
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.
What do a pickled leech, bleeding instruments and quinine have in common? The WVU Cook-Hayman Pharmacy Museum.