If you're a fan of "Stranger Things," you've seen some of William Davis' work.
After more than 400 combat missions and four deployments, Ed Olesh ended up merging an outdoor hobby with an education at WVU.
WVU Libraries is home to one of the rarest and most important book collections in the history of the English language – William Shakespeare’s Folios.
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.
Jevon Carter leaps to the pros after his storied career at WVU. Check out a list of other Mountaineers who've suited up for the NBA.
Loneliness is a pervasive health problem. This nursing researcher has a way to stop it.
Dr. Patrice Harris' West Virginia University story begins as so many do – at a football game.
He almost lost his life racing. Then the journey began.
We’re training the next generation of forensic scientists and grappling with a growing field.
When Anthony Bourdain wanted to know more about West Virginia cuisine, he visited alumnus Mike Costello’s kitchen.
The Food Justice Lab and a network of farmers are working to bring local food to local tables.