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Exam Week Activities

Monday, December 9 – late night breakfast from 9-11p.m. in the cafeteria Tuesday, December 10 – taco night and board games from 7-9p.m. in the Musket Wednesday, December 11 – spa day from 10a.m.-2p.m. on the second floor of the Mollahan Center Wednesday, December 11- ice cream bar from 7-9p.m. in the Musket  



Final Exam Schedule

Final Exam Schedule


Senior Art Exhibition

Senior Art Exhibition

The Fine Arts Center Gallery will be showing the art work of seniors Elora Shock and Sarah Normant. The exhibit will be open November 18 to December 6 from 10am to 2pm Monday through Friday. It will also be open for one hour before any Fine Arts Auditorium events. Elora Shock’s art series is entitled “A Sea of Faces”. Her work represents how people might be different physically, but internally they all feel the same. She uses different media and colors in her work in [...]



Literature Reading

Literature Reading

Today, Thursday, November 14, there will be a literature reading by Marjorie Stewart and Jeff Condram at 4p.m. in room 315 of the MCCC. Jeffrey Condram, an Assistant English Professor at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, has published a story collection entitled A Fingerprint Repeated. His first novel, Prague Summer, will be released in the Spring of 2014. Condram has also had some of his fiction published in The Kenyon Review and The Missouri Review. Condram was awarded the 2010 William Peden Prize and nominated for the Pushcart [...]



Plans for Break

Plans for Break

With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, students are already planning what they want to do with their week away from school. Amber Bragg said that she will be spending time with her family while eating ten different Thanksgiving dinners with ten different groups of family members. Megan Pratter said that she will spend her break sleeping and working. Robert Hensley said that his plans are to do nothing but play video games, sleep, and plan a Dungeons and Dragons campaign. Except for the Sunday [...]



Registration Advice for Freshmen

With registration upon us, today is the day for freshmen registration, and as it’s their first time registering, the upper classmen have some advice. Allen Gregory recommended checking with your advisor, looking at the classes that you need, and trying to take the classes that fall only on certain semesters. Dorothy Daughtry said to plan ahead, talk to your advisor, have a back-up schedule, and to try to take general education classes first. Nichole Horty warns not to expect to take the classes you planned [...]



Literature Reading Cancelled

The literature reading by Scott McClanahan and William Boyle scheduled for Thursday, November 7 has been canceled due to illness. It will be rescheduled, but the new date is unknown as of right now. Scott McClanahan is the author of Hill William, Stories V!, and the Collected Works of Scott McClanahan. William Boyle has had his writings published in The Rumpus, L.A. Review of Books, Salon, Hobart, and many other magazines. William Boyle’s also has a novel, Gravesend, coming out soon.



Journalism 322

Journalism 322

Journalism 322, Advanced Reporting and Editing, is being taught by Dr. Stewart for the 2013 Spring Session.  It is a class for all levels of writers and is open to all students. Students who have taken class 205 (Writing for the College Newspaper) are recommended to return and will be expected to take a larger position in the more in-depth stories, while beginner students will learn much of the same as class 205. This class counts as an elective credit and is a good class [...]



The Yellow Jacket Battalion

The Yellow Jacket Battalion

Five Glenville State College Army ROTC students were part of the Yellow Jacket Battalion’s twelve-man Ranger Challenge Team, which placed 3rd of 19 teams. The Ranger Challenge is a varsity sport in Army ROTC, and the competitors earn a Ranger Challenge Tab and a service ribbon after completing the challenge. The challenge is a series of tests, such as the Army Physical Fitness Tests, timed road marches, patrolling, rifle marksmanship, and many others. The competition takes place every fall, and all cadets reaching the academic [...]



Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia opened in 1864. At the time of creation, it was designed to house 250 patients. In the 1950’s the number of patients soared to 2,400. The patients were overcrowded and were in unhealthy conditions. The asylum began to deteriorate and the patients weren’t being given very good treatments. In 1994, the facility was closed. The facility now hosts historic tours, a Civil War tour, a Cemetery/Farm tour, a photography tour, and ghost tours. The historic Tours prices [...]