Online ticketing for the WVU-Oklahoma State football game opens Friday, October 20, at 4:01 p.m. Students may request tickets until Monday, October 23, at 11:59 p.m.
The following is a Public Service Announcement regarding the use of Fraudulent Identification and penalties associated with their use and possession. This week, Law Enforcement Agencies in Monongalia County working in conjunction with the ABC Administration and local bar owners will begin cooperative and targeted enforcement of this issue.
The Law Enforcement Agencies serving Monongalia County would like to remind everyone of the dangers of using fraudulent identifications, identification cards and underage alcohol abuse. Many underage individuals purchase or attempt to purchase alcoholic beverages while under 21 years of age. This practice could have significant consequences to your health, the health of others, and key privileges.
The Falling Run Greenspace will host a scavenger hunt contest beginning at the Mountainlair Vandalia Lounge October 25 at 3 p.m. as part of Mountaineer Week.
Students will pre-register in teams of four online before the day of the event. At the conclusion of the scavenger hunt, the top three teams will be awarded prizes. First prize will receive $400 in Amazon gift cards.
Have questions about sex, relationships, dating, STI's, protection and more? Get all your questions answered at the Spook the Sexperts educational panel on October 25 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Gluck Theater in the Mountainlair.
Join us for Autism Speaks U at WVU's Annual Spaghetti Dinner on Wednesday, October 25, at 6 p.m. at the Wesley United Methodist Church.
Visit the Cheat Narrows or the Lower Youghiogheny River to learn the basics of inflatable kayaking or rafting on October 29! This trip is open to all skill levels and moderately physically demanding. The cost of the trip is $70.
On November 5, in the Gold Room in Lyon Tower, the Student Academy of Audiology is hosting our annual Vera Bradley Bingo to raise funds for student travel to the 2018 American Academy of Audiology Conference.
Tickets are $25 for 20 rounds of bingo (including door prizes).
Backpack Quebec Run Wilderness Area Oct. 21-22 with Adventure WV! The Quebec Run Wilderness Area is a heavily forested and protected area located in Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
This trip is open to all skill levels and moderately physically demanding. The cost of the trip is $55.
The Omicron Upsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will be hosting their annual Soul Food Dinner on October 30.
A meal includes 2 pieces of fried chicken, 2 sides, 1 drink and 1 piece of corn bread for $10. If you would like extras it will be $1 for an extra side and $3 for extra meat
Are you interested in playing Intramural sports with some of your friends this fall? The following is a list of some of our upcoming sports opportunities and their entry deadlines for October.
WELLWVU October event dates:
Visit Coopers Rock with Adventure WV on October 13 or November 10! Hop aboard the Boulder Bus to learn belay skills and rope climbing techniques. Located just 13 miles from campus and encompassing boulders and tall rock walls, Coopers Rock is a great place to improve outdoor climbing skills.
The Boulder Bus will depart at 4 p.m and return around 7 p.m. The cost of the trip is $10. No experience necessary.
The WVU equestrian team is still open to new members. You don't have to have any prior riding experience to join. Our meetings are on Mondays at 7 p.m. at Woodburn Hall. If you have any more questions or would like to join the second semester feel free to email us at email@example.com. Feel free to follow our Instagram: wvuenglishequestrian, like our Facebook page and check out our website!
Atlanta based hip-hop trio
Migos is coming to the WVU Coliseum Friday, Dec. 1. Tickets go on sale this
Friday, Sept. 29, at 10 a.m. at the Mountainlair and CAC box offices, online at
Ticketmaster.com, and by phone at 304-293-7469 and 800-745-3000.
WVU students receive $20 off select tickets. Get all the details on the show at www.events.wvu.edu/concerts/migos.
It is the Office of Multicultural Programs' goal to serve diverse students on campus in every way possible, and to educate the University community about multiculturalism, diversity and tolerance to cultivate a spirit of respect toward the world and its cultures.
September 8 - “Mandela - Long Walk to Freedom: Nelson Mandela Remembered,” 6-8 p.m, Rhododendron Room, Mountainlair, African Student Association
All WVU students are invited to shop at the weekly West Virginia University farmers market, Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. across from the Mountainlair.
Each Thursday, local vendors will sell seasonal produce including apples, peaches, corn, peppers and much more. In addition to the local farm vendors, some of the participants in this year’s market include Mountain People’s Co-Op, Garcia’s Latin Market, Mockingbird Hill, Quantum and Bean Coffee.