West Virginia University
With some help from the Pride of West Virginia, about 3,500 new students posed for a class photo at the inaugural Saturday Night Lights event. It was one of many new activities unveiled for WVU’s re-imagined Welcome Week. Watch the video.
WVU Nursery School students displayed their own masterpieces at the official opening of the Art Museum of WVU. The new museum houses more than 3,000 works of art. Read more and watch the video.
About 1,000 students spent their first moments on campus giving back to their new community. The Days of Service introduced a culture of civic engagement and showed how students can put knowledge into action. Read More
What do zombies, first-year students and WVU faculty have in common? They're all part of WVU's first Common Read. It focuses on 'World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War' by Max Brooks. Read More
Students and their families arriving for move-in day got a little surprise from WVU President E. Gordon Gee. Armed with a megaphone he dubbed his 'Meh-Gee Phone,' Gee welcomed new residents of Braxton and Lincoln halls. Watch the video.