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WVU to host visiting lawmakers for Reynolds Hall tour

To showcase a new experiential and educational hub for future West Virginia University graduates who will help drive the state’s economy, WVU will open the doors of Reynolds Hall to state lawmakers visiting Morgantown during May legislative interim meetings.

WVU Army ROTC set to commission 18 new 2nd Lts.

West Virginia University Army ROTC Mountaineer Battalion Annual Spring Commissioning Ceremony will take place Friday, May 13, at 7 p.m., in the WVU Mountainlair Ballroom, 1550 University Ave., Morgantown.

Full pomp and circumstance back for WVU Commencement ceremonies, EU ambassador, celebrated author and leader in athletic training field among scheduled speakers

West Virginia University’s Commencement Weekend returns to the Morgantown campus in full force after two years of pandemic-restructured ceremonies with 16 ceremonies over three days Friday through Sunday, May 13-15 with as many as 4,500 spring graduates, President Gordon Gee, Provost Maryanne Reed, Chancellor Clay Marsh and other University officials, as well as honorary degree recipients including Stavros Lambrinidis, Ambassador of the European Union to the U.S.

WVU law professor says leak of draft opinion from U.S. Supreme Court on abortion rights will have ‘significant impact’ on people’s trust in High Court

"Shocking” is how a law professor at West Virginia University describes the alleged leak of a draft majority opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court, first reported by Politico, which appears to strike down the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision guaranteeing federal constitutional protections for abortion rights along with 1992’s Planned Parenthood v. Casey case which maintained those rights.