They served our country. Now their journeys beyond the military have stretched to the campus of WVU.
On empty fields across the Mid-Atlantic, forests of skinny stalks are rising to revolutionize industries.
WVU researchers ventured into the sewers, developed software for robots and tapped into renewable wood, all in the name of science and fighting COVID-19.
Following COVID-19, these Mountaineers went above and beyond.
A woman wanted to play her favorite sport, ice hockey, at WVU. But there wasn't a team. So she and a bold group of women made a team out of hard work and hard knocks.
One family, an alumnus and the University are working together to make sure a hazing tragedy never happens again.
A pop-up publication after the 2016 election meant to set the record straight on Appalachia is still going strong nearly four years later.
WVU Press is churning out a series of beautiful, thoughtful and provocative books in its recently published works.
The University had just days to decide how to close campuses of thousands while still offering education and healthcare and continuing vital research.
In 1995, Fred Rogers gave the commencement address at West Virginia University. He believed that we make life more beautiful in the pursuit of our dreams.
John Chambers shook up the Internet as CEO of Cisco, now he has his sights set on home.
The WVU and Boy Scouts of America partnership leads to richer experiences for youth.
Recovering from an injury can be a challenge. A WVU professor explores the psychology of sports injuries.
How do you access water on Mars? This engineering team is finding out.
Water researchers are pushing for a network of weather monitoring stations.
Nearly 2,700 U.S. soldiers mobilized for World War I, which ended 100 years ago, had ties to WVU. Here's a look at some of those soldiers and letters from the war that are preserved at WVU Libraries.
This graduate student is the WVU Chess Club's first known female president.
WVU athletes made it to the U.S. Swimming National Championships for the first time in several years.
Welcome Week 2018 was full of friends, film, food, FallFest...and more.
Justin Bieber. Five Finger Death Punch. Alabama. These are the eclectic sounds of WVU baseball's walk-up songs.
Come in and join the circle. Here's a look at summer camps offered through WVU.
Will Grier is as much a superstar family man than a superstar quarterback (though he doesn't like changing diapers).
These patriotic photos of campus will have you eating apple pie and chanting "U-S-A! U-S-A!"
The WVU women's soccer team has a few secret weapons in their arsenal -- smart tech.
Delve into the core of this picturesque 91-acre tree sanctuary in Morgantown.
WVU professors are on the frontlines of combatting the opioid crisis.
Some look at where we've been. We look at what's ahead. Here's what drives West Virginia forward.
At WVU, dog days aren't just in the summer.