WVU doctors and nurses work together to get tonsillectomy patients home faster

After having their tonsils removed, patients often can't leave the hospital for six hours, even if they bounce back from surgery sooner. Hospital policy commonly mandates a six-hour recovery time. But research led by Habib Zalzal, a resident in the West Virginia University School of Medicine, suggests that not all tonsillectomy patients have to wait that long.

WVU students selected for legislative internships

Eleven students from the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia University have been selected to intern at the West Virginia State Legislature this semester. The interns were selected through a competitive application process and will assist legislators in their daily activities. Participants will gain first-hand knowledge from the 60-day legislative session, which runs from Jan. 10 through March 10.

2018 Annual Gold-Blue Game set

West Virginia University will hold its annual Gold-Blue Spring Game presented by U.S. Cellular on Saturday, April 7, at 1 p.m., at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium.

WVU Day at the Legislature canceled

After monitoring events in Charleston and anticipating large crowds at the Capitol next week, West Virginia University and WVU Extension Service have made the decision to cancel the WVU Day at the Legislature event scheduled for Feb. 20, 2018.

Recent graduate named WVU's first Gates Cambridge scholar

When Dillon Muhly-Alexander became the first student from Doddridge County High School to be named a West Virginia University Foundation Scholar, it was because of the leadership and compassion he showed for others by creating a backpack program to supply food to at-risk children. Now he has another first for his already impressive resume—the first WVU student to be named a Gates-Cambridge Scholar.