April Greek Events

April Events in Greek Life Alpha Xi Delta Bake Sale for Autism Speaks – April 9th in the Union Ballroom at 11am Beta Theta Gamma Soup Kitchen Community Service Event – April 12th at the Wheeling Soup Kitchen Greek Week – April 27th through May 1st   If you have a Greek Life event you […]

International Students Offer Campus a Taste of 14 Different Countries

West Liberty University’s International Food Festival is a perfect way to get a taste of different cultures and countries, their food and dietary habits. It will take place from 4-7 p.m., Monday, April 7 in the College Union Ballroom and is open to the public. There will be 24 different dishes served representing 14 different […]

International Students Offer Campus Taste of Global Culture

West Liberty University’s International Food Festival is a perfect way to get a taste of different cultures and countries, their food and dietary habits. It will take place from 4-7 p.m., Monday, April 7 in the College Union Ballroom and is open to the public. There will be 24 different dishes served representing 14 different […]

NCAA DII Championship Results in Unparalleled Support for University

Though the West Liberty University men’s basketball team came up a few minutes shy of hoisting its first national championship trophy this past Saturday at the NCAA DII Championship Game, the Hilltop enjoyed an entire season of winning support from fans, alumni, students and staff. Beginning with the first game back on Nov. 11, 2013 and […]

Pitch Contest Draws Full House, Winner is COB Student

There was standing room only for the third Pitch Contest, sponsored by West Liberty University’s Gary E. West College of Business and its Center for Entrepreneurship. It took place March 26, 2014 at WLU’s downtown incubator, the Intellectual Capitol, located at 1413 Eoff Street, in the historic First State Capitol Building. Speaker Liz Elam began the […]

Recording Studio Updated

The Recording Studio in the Media Arts Center recently received a very generous donation for the purchase of a significant hardware and software upgrade. The studio is now running an Avid HDX system with the latest ProTools software. Along with … Continue reading

Recording Studio Updated

The Recording Studio in the Media Arts Center recently received a very generous donation for the purchase of a significant hardware and software upgrade. The studio is now running an Avid HDX system with the latest ProTools software. Along with … Continue reading

WV Broadcasters Foundation Gives Check to College of Arts & Communication

West Virginia Broadcasters Educational Foundation presented a $2,500 check to West Liberty University’s College of Arts and Communication recently. “We are very grateful for the support of the broadcasters of West Virginia. This gift will be used for purchasing equipment to create audio content, providing more opportunities for media students to become better storytellers,” said […]

Author Kelcey Parker Shares Creative Writing Skills in Hughes Lecture

The following press release was written by Media Relations Intern Kacie Murray, a junior public relations major from Lumberport, W.Va.  The Hughes Lecture Series welcomes author Kelcey Parker, for two public events this March on the Hilltop campus.  Hughes Lecture, 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 27, “Haunted Houses: The Architecture of Stories” in R. Emmett Boyle Conference […]

Annual Civics Challenge Draws Eight Area High Schools

The following press release was written by Media Relations Intern Richard Tyler, a junior broadcast journalism/public relations major from St. Clairsville, Ohio. West Liberty University is hosting the fifth annual High School Civics Challenge, an original quiz-based, televised competition between area high schools. The civics challenge showcases talented students from local schools, gives them a […]