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West Virginia Innocence Project receives $100,000

The law firm Wilson, Frame & Metheney, PLLC has made a $100,000 gift to the Innocence Project at the West Virginia University College of Law. The funds, paid over five years, will provide operational support for the West Virginia Innocence Project, a law clinic that serves the wrongfully convicted free of charge while providing work experience for student attorneys.

PRT to be down Saturday for testing

The West Virginia University Personal Rapid Transit system will be closed to passenger service Saturday (Dec. 2) to accommodate phase II modernization testing.

Volleyball earns postseason berth

The volleyball team will make its first appearance in the postseason since 1991 after earning an automatic bid to the National Invitational Volleyball Championship. The Mountaineers play host to Maryland Eastern Shore in the second of two matches on Tuesday (Nov. 28), with first serve set for 7 p.m. ET inside the WVU Coliseum.

Aquatic Center a ‘Game Changer’ for WVU swimming & diving

The West Virginia University swimming and diving program is about to get the biggest boost in its 63-year existence when the new Aquatic and Track Complex at Mylan Park is expected to be completed sometime no later than the spring of 2019.

West Virginia Innocence Project client granted parole

Joseph Lavigne, a client of the West Virginia Innocence Project at the West Virginia University College of Law, has been granted parole. He was released from Huttonsville Correctional Center on November 15 after serving 20 years in prison.