West Virginia University
WVU hosted 17 Commencement ceremonies May 14-17, where proud families and graduates united to sing, smile and shed happy tears. Pictured: Kaitlyn Shields, a communication studies graduate from Clarksburg. Read More
Five of West Virginia's top high school seniors — Abby Gellner, Lindsey Keplinger, Noah LeGrand, Cristin Dolan and Kaitlyn Akers — are WVU's newest Foundation Scholars. Read More
President E. Gordon Gee gave a special gift to WVU graduates attending the inaugural Mountaineer Send-off – a copy of 'Oh, the Places You'll Go!' Pictured: Sarah Douros, Michelle Kerzic and Macey Malusis. Watch the Commencement video.
Nina Orteza, one of four Fulbright Scholars in the Class of 2015, will start her post-college life making an imprint across the globe teaching English in Russia. Read More
Anthony Brutto started college in the 40s and is finishing up some 70 years later. The 94-year-old Morgantown native became one of the oldest graduates in WVU history when he received his Regents Bachelor of Arts degree on May 17. Read More