WVU Extension experts offer considerations before adding bunnies and chicks to Easter baskets

Spring is here and the Easter holiday is around the corner, which means farm and feed stores everywhere have cute baby animals, such as bunnies and chicks, available for purchase. While you may be tempted to bring home a bunny or some chicks as a holiday gift for your children, West Virginia University Extension Service Agents Natasha Harris and Jesica Streets have shared a few considerations before making the investment.

WVU to host ‘Spring State of the University for Students’ virtual event

West Virginia University President Gordon Gee will be joined by other University leaders for a virtual Spring State of the University for Students Tuesday, March 30 from 7-8 p.m. This live conversation via Zoom is being presented in collaboration with The Daily Athenaeum and U92 and will cover a variety of campus topics and address questions posed by students from across the WVU community.

WVU students build community, advance learning outside the classroom, offset cost of higher education

Opportunities to serve faculty, staff and fellow students abound for student employees at West Virginia University who also advance their learning outside the classroom and offset the cost of earning their degrees. Two students, employed by the Division of Student Life creates programs that advance the University’s mission, develop and build community on campus and help campus offices operate more efficiently, have been recognized for their leadership and service through the Herman L. Moses Scholarship.